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The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant Fair
The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant organizes from Friday, November 8 to Sunday, November 10, a fair dedicated to craftsmen and antique dealers from all over Romania. The Peasant Museum marks the end of autumn and the last days before entering the Christmas fast, inviting its public to the Fair with craftsmen and antique
Either you prefer modern palaces with innovative design, well-preserved military fortresses with impressive towers, or grand royal residences, Romania has it all. But why should you choose Romania? The answer is simple. The Carpathian country is one of the best value-for-money destinations we have ever visited and castles in Romania are among the most impressive
Rasnov Fortress
There are many places in Romania worth visiting this season, such as the high-altitude roads that offer spectacular views or the old Dacian capital surrounded by a dense forest dressed in vivid colors in this period. Take your pick from our selection of the best Romanian destinations to visit in October! Summer is over, it’s
Old town Bucharest
Bucharest has a lot to offer. From beautiful historic buildings, to hidden ‘secret alleys’, beautifully designed shops, quirky museums, street festivals and the craziest nightlife in this part of Europe, Bucharest has got it all. Are you ready to explore Bucharest like a local? Let’s see together the top things to do while visiting Bucharest!
The Romanian capital continues to redefine itself, merging its history with a modern identity. Get ready to explore Bucharest – Romania’s capital and largest city, this time not only through our website, but also through our travel mobile app. Known in the past as “The Little Paris,” Bucharest has changed a lot lately, and today
Cec Palace - one of the most important historical building in Bucharest
Bucharest has a lot to offer. From beautiful historic buildings to hidden ‘secret alleys’, beautifully designed shops, quirky museums, an emerging coffee, and foodie scene during a street festival, and the craziest nightlife in this part of Europe, Bucharest has got it all. Be sure you’ll find plenty of Instagrammable places in Bucharest just waiting
The Patriarchate Palace
Bucharest’s churches are part of the local history, tradition and spirituality. The churches are not impressive in terms of size, but in terms of the atmosphere full of spirituality and for their astonishing beauty. They don’t overwhelm the tourists by their sheer size, but by the spirituality they are embraced with. Here is our top
Dumitru Comanescu - the oldest man in the world
UPDATE: Dumitru Comanescu died in Bucharest, Romania on 27 June 2020 at the age of 111 years. Romanian Dumitru Comănescu, aged 111 years and 7 months, has become the oldest man on the planet, acknowledged by the World Guinness Book after British Bob Weighton had died a few days ago. He is a Bucharest city
The Palace of Parliament
It is time to find out our Top 9 curiosities about the Romanian Palace of Parliament! Most people are impressed by its size, as it is the world’s largest administrative building (for civilian use) and the second-largest building in the world after the Pentagon in the US. Bucharest Palace of Parliament is one of the
the fascinating deserted streets of Bucharest
A call for social distancing and restrictions on travel have left some of Europe’s cities looking deserted. The famous #stayhome has become more than a simple hashtag for Romanians, a fact that can be seen from the silence that seems to have spread even on the streets of Bucharest in recent days as measures to
Theatre Bucharest
As social isolation measures imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic have gotten more serious, an increasing number of cultural institutions in Romania have decided to stay in touch with their audiences with performances available online. Several theaters in Romania provide us with online plays for children and adults for a longer period of time, which we
Cantacuzino Palace in Bucharest
Cities and entire countries from around the world are announcing quarantine, which means that many of us are forced to stay home. But staying at home doesn’t have to be boring! Since we’re all in this together, many institutions and organizations are offering the opportunity to visit them without leaving the comfort of your own
Revolution Square
Some of the tourists which visit Romania’s capital city each year, and their annual number already exceeded 1 million, ask about top communist landmarks in Bucharest. Romania was known for its communist past, which ended in 1989 in a bloody Revolution. Despite that, communism left behind many landmarks of that period, spread between 1947 and
Bucharest Christmas Market
Bucharest Christmas Market is one of the best Christmas markets in Europe, is great if you are looking for unique, locally made gifts, and also if you want to eat and drink some Romanian specialties.
These are our recommendations for the best tea houses in Bucharest – the places where you want to cool down after a hot summer day or warm up during a cold winter evening. Madame B – Tea and Pancake House Madame B is the best place in Bucharest where you can find the most delicious
Explore the haunted places in Bucharest where you can discover many interesting stories: The haunted orphanage, House of the Devil, Cismigiu Hotel, Chiajna Monastery, Vernescu House
National Museum of History in Bucharest
Bucharest has around 60 museums and memorial houses, but only a few of them have been renovated and modernized using the techniques they use in the top museums of Europe.
Herastrau Park
You will be surprised to find that there are many beautiful places în Bucharest that is really worth visiting.
Bucharest Fountains Nightview
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