Hotel Michelangelo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No.25, Henri Coanda Str., Sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, Romania
Hotel Michelangelo
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Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo75
  • Business70

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Forum Posts


by bogomil

Hi All,
What is the fastest public transportation between this two points?


Re: Transportation

by yvr

If I get the answer right do I win a prize?

Re: Transportation

by davidlayba

the fast est way as I understand is to use the metro, magnetic ticket of 2 ride cost 2.5 lei .
take the line nr' M1 , you have 7 station till
GARA DE NORD station and from there your destanation is
not far few minute walk.

as you look on your map that you post , jast walk to BULEVARDUL DINICU GOLECU
till the sighn of the first train.
jast befor gara de nord you will see a park at right side.

bucharest metro map:

p.s. be carafol at same line that you will wait to the metro train that go to GARA DE NORD pass another line so ask befor you up to the train to be sure (-:

Re: Transportation

by bogomil

Thanks a lot.


Travel Tips for Bucharest

The Peasents Museum the...

by DeirdreM

The Peasents Museum the photographs and exhibits are facinating People stopping us in the street to see if we needed help finding anything or if we needed anything explained! That would never happen in Dublin!!!

Twin Gloriette buildings

by Fam_Stoica

Unique twin (in terms of crowned upper terraces) buildings

Erected : 1926; architects : Paul Smarandescu, Petre Antonescu
Formerly known as "Agricola Fonciera" and "Palatul Adriatica-Trieste"

These unique buildings are situated in the northern side of Piata Natiunilor Unite (UN Square).

Mogosoaia Palace

by Andraf

Mogosoaia Palace is located in the village with the same name about 14 km northwest of Bucharest's center. The palace is one of the most beautiful 18C buildings in Romania, a fine example of the Brancovenesc style. It was built by the Wallachian prince Constatin Brancoveanu between 1698 and 1702 as a summer residence for his family and as a present for his son Stefan. The palace is located in a beautiful setting, surrounded by a park and sitting by the shore of the Mogosoaia lake which mirrors its profile. When Brancoveanu and all his sons found their death in Istanbul in 1714 the palace turned into an inn and was afterwards damaged during the Russian-Turkish war of 1769-1774. Towards the end of the 19C the palace passed to the Bibescu family, who were distantly related to the Brancoveanus. Under the care of Marthe Bibescu, a cultured person devoted to Romania and its people, the palace was restored by two architects, the Venetian Domenico Rupolo and the Romanian G.M. Cantacuzino. In 1956 the palace was handed over to the state and turned into a museum and later it was closed when Ceausescu took the furniture for his own use. During the 1977 earthquake the building is damaged but repairs in 1990s made the palace fit to visit again. The palace as it looks today, has a beautiful Venetian-style loggia on the facade facing the lake, while overlooking the main courtyard is a balcony with carvings showing the characteristic phytomorphic motifs of Brancoveanu style. Mogosoaia museum exhibits embroideries, icons, wooden sculptures and oil paintings, most from private donations. On the left as you enter the complex sits the little church dedicated to St. George of the Meadow. It was built in 1688 and decorated by a team of Greek painters. You can still see the original paintings inside the church including a painting showing Constantin Brancoveanu with his wife, Maris, his four sons and seven daughters, all wearing royal dress. We got to Mogosoaia by taking the Maxi Taxi (small van) #508 from Bucharest North Station.

Les Galeries Lafayette

by Romanian_Bat about Victoria Store

This building used to host the Galeries Lafayette; it was built in Parisian Art Nouveau style and it tried to imitate the great store with the same name in the French capital. It was built in the place of the former Socec Bookstore, by the latter's owner, a certain Mr. Schwartz. This used to be the first large department store in Bucharest before WW2. Even though the Bucharest version is far from complying with its Paris counterpart slogan ("il se passe toujours quelque chose aux Galeries Lafayette!"), it is an interesting place to visit, especially given its good location, at the crossing of Lipscani with Calea Victoriei.

Tarom via Timisiara

by obcbreeze

We flew from JFK in New York to Bucharest on Tarom Airlines. The flight, food and service were u nremarkable. But arriving and departing we had to stopover in Timisiara and could not leave the plane. Flying over the layover was about 1 hour, but flying back we were on the ground for almost 3 hours. If we return to Bucharest I would probably avoid this route


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