Bucharest’s Old Town is a mix of history, local culture, and lifestyle, a trendy entertainment district for the tourists and the locals.
Many of the buildings located in Bucharest Old Town have on the ground floor terraces, cafes, restaurants, and shops are usually full of foreign tourists, but also locals, most of the year. Also, like many other European cities, the old town of Bucharest has quite a few churches.
The Bucharest Fountains, recently re-designed, made of 44 independent fountains are located on the 1.4-km distance between Alba Iulia Square and Constitution Square, in front of the Parliament Palace. Bucharest holds the Guinness Record for the longest choreographed fountain system in the world.
Cărturești Carousel Bookstore
This once derelict building is now one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful bookstores in Romania, and even in the world.
Bucharest has around 60 museums and memorial houses, but only a few of them have been renovated and modernized by the techniques used in the top museums of Europe. Of course, the recently renovated museums are those that are in the preferences of the general public, being visited by a quite large number of people every year.
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