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The shop is one of the most famous ones in Bucharest. All products are hand painted by Beba, and it has become quite the attraction in the city center. With famous clients like Bill Paxton, the place is welcoming to everyone who is looking for something one-of-a-kind.
The place is petite, but the gems you can find in it will be priceless. Plus you can often find Beba working in the the shop, and she will be very happy to offer autographs, and offer you different gifts.
What to buy: If you have the money you can buy paintings from the world renowned artist Beba, or for those on a budget, they can find hand painted cups, vases, glasses and many more.
What to pay: Around $50 for 2-3 objects, or $3500 for a painting.
Written Sep 20, 2012
Address: 20 Nicolae Golescu Street, Sector 1
I just discovered yesterday... I couldn't believe it how I always passed by it and never entered at least to see what is in...
There are a lot of beautiful brand clothes at small prices. I couldn’t resist and not buy anything… I left from the shop with some awesome jeans from Pepe Jeans… and it coasted only 22 E.
Just go and see it… maybe you will find something that you like at a great price.
What to buy: women's clothes
What to pay: not much
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Piata Romana near Pizza Hut and the Grand Hotel
I could offr you a tour of most interesting artgalleries of Bucharest. I fell good & relaxed when I visit this kind of shop .
If I buy something what I really like I feel perfect :)
In Bucharest there are more museums per inhabitant then in any other capital city.In this tour you wil admire the romanian paiting exposed in Museum of Art Collections located in the Romanit Palace. It was heavily decorated with stucco and bas relief. Furniture was made of mahogany and ebony laced with mother of pearl; the chairs covered with Cordoba leather and the chandeliers were made of Venetian crystal
What to buy: porcelans, clocks, lamps , sculptures, oil-paintings, aqarellas, bijous, jewels, silver coins, stamps, statues, crystals,furniture phones, etc
What to pay: depends on vale and negociations:)
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: downtown, victoria street, magheru,23A Nicolae Bal
Shoping in : Bucharest Mall, Mario Plaza Mall, Unirea Shoping Center, Metro, Sellgros
Carfour.. Gima Supermarket, Vegetables Markets, and in many other places by request
By request you will have the opportunity to buy kosher or hallal meal.
What to buy: everything you need or want
What to pay: In Metro is a good price and you could get back
VAT, but its not allowed to buy only one pices . In all these 3 places its required for a special Id but no worry, our guides will arrange for that.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: just ask me
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Razvan Voiculescu left Romania during the communist era and studied graphic design in Denmark. After 1989 he returned to meet fame in his country.
You can visit his gallery here:
Where from: Carturesti or any major book shop,
What to buy: Razvan Voiculescu is the best known Romanian photographers and his albums are breath-taking to say the least.
Updated Dec 2, 2010
Strada Covaci in the old town of Bucharest offers you some nice shops, bars and restaurants.
If you like steaks Tibo's steak house is the place to be. For the wine lovers there is Bruno wine bar. On the first floor of Covaci 6 you find Absintherie Sixtina where you enjoy an nice served glass of absinthe. In the same building on the ground floor is Dinette restaurant located , a great place to have a lunch or dinner.
What to buy: Antiques, books, wine or just a coffee
What to pay: from €10 till €5.000,-
Updated Aug 21, 2010
Address: Strada Covaci
In a renovated building in the old center of Bucharest you find this great antique shop. In the classic style rooms you can enjoy a coffee or wine and from the balcony you have a great view on the Hanul lui Manuc hotel. During the winter you can take place in front of the fireplace is the special hunting room.
What to buy: Antiques, books
What to pay: from € 5 till € 5.000,-
Updated Aug 14, 2010
Address: Strada Covaci 19 (zona Lipscani)
Phone: +40 752 44 08 18
What to buy: Romania – O perspectiva aeriana by Stefan Petrescu. Publisher: Uranus
A book with almost 200 pages of beautiful aerial pictures of Romania, plus another 35 pages of short explanations of what the pictures are about. The text is in three languages: Romanian, English and German. It can be a nice reminder of places you have seen, and also an inspiration for another future trip to Romania, because many of those pictures will make you think ‘I want to go there’.
Stefan Petrescu, the author of the pictures, has a long career as photo-reporter for Romanian and German newspapers and magazines and has been also a TV image operator in Romania and Germany.
What to pay: It costs the equivalent of about 30 US dollars.
Updated Apr 30, 2010
Verii Botez (translation: Baptise Cousins) is a family business. I came across Ruxandra and Monica while organizing an advertising event and admired their idea ever since.
They collect local craft objects and take them around to all the fairs across Romania. That's quite impressive given the fact that traditional costumes or patterns for decorating vary from one side of a country to another.
I bought some bookmarks , women jewelery and pottery and my friends abroad were all very pleased with them
What to buy: Pottery and shoulder bags
What to pay: 25 RON (8 Euro) for shoulder bags
15 RON (4 Euro) for bookmarks
Updated May 17, 2009
Phone: +40.723.788.701- Ruxandra
If you are looking for traditional Romanian stuff to buy as souvineirs or gifts there is one good shop i have found.
It's on Blvd Unirii as you walk towards Causescus house its on the left hand side. Its called RomArt and has a wide variety of embroidery, dolls and carvings etc.
If you are looking to buy some of the woven rugs, wait until you visit Sucaeva they are much cheaper at the monastery called Veronet.
If you are in the piatra neampt area, take the journey out to the red lake 'lacu rosu' - along the way is a market set up in the shelter of the cliff wall with great woolens, embroidery etc.
Written Apr 28, 2008
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