Bucharest Things to Do

  • Senate (Former Comunist Party Building)
    Senate (Former Comunist Party Building)
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  • Parliament Palace at night
    Parliament Palace at night
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  • Parliament Palace, Bucharest
    Parliament Palace, Bucharest
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  • 26. Palace of Justice

    The Palace of Justice was built between 1890-1895 in French Renaissance style. It was designed by the French architect Albert Ballu and the interiors were finished by Ion Mincu. The main facade has...

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  • 27. Royal Palace - Palatul Regal

    The Romanian Palatul Regal is by no means an old structure: it was first built by prince Dinicu Golescu only in 1815 and then underwent several changes including those in the 1930's after a damage...

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  • 28. National Bank of Romania

    The old National Bank of Romania,on Lipscani street is emblematic of the neo-classical style with rationalist influences that prevailed in the interwar period. Right in front of this building,you...

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  • 29. Antim Monastery

    The church is was built around 1714-1715 by Antim Ivreanul. It has a three-conic plan with a porch opened on columns. The stone foundation is a unique piece of Romanian art. The round decoration...

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  • 30. Cantacuzino Palace

    Residence of a wealth citizen, former prime minister of Romania - Mr. Grigore Cantacuzino, the building constructed between 1898 and 1900 is now the George Enescu Museum. George Enescu was a Romanian...

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  • 31. Central University Library

    The Central University Library is a beautifully ornated building located opposite the Royal Palace in the Revolution Square. The building was designed by the French architect Paul Gottereau who also...

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  • 32. Zoo

    Bucharest Zoo was founded in 1955 as a "zoological corner" but became a real Zoo with a big number of animals just in 1962. Entry fee: Adults - 13 RON (EUR 3); Children 6.5 RON (1.5 EUR) Opening...

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  • 33. Coltea Church

    Upon returning from Jerusalem, Mihai Cantacuzino built Sinaia Monastery (around which Sinaia resort developed later on), Ramnicu Sarat Monastery (in Eastern Romania) and Coltea Church in Bucharest. In...

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  • 34. Old Court Church

    Biserica Curtea Veche, the Old Court Church was built between 1546 and 1559 in Wallachian style. Alternating brick and plaster stripes give its exterior a distinctive appearance. The carved wooden...

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  • 35. National Museum of History

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Romanian National History Museum comprises in an total area of 8,000 square meters and 60 rooms of exibits showing romanian history, from Paleolitic (600.000 - 6.000 b.c.), followed by Dacian...

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  • 36. Bulevardul Unirii

    So this is the main road leading to / from the palace of parliament, its busy with traffic but still an enjoyable walk, there is plenty of room between the road and footpath. the centre of the road is...

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  • 37. Botanical Garden

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    A very nice place, quiet and relaxing. If you have time, don't miss it! Near is the Cotroceni Palace, a must see of the city. You can visit it only with a previous call. More info on...

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  • 38. Comedy Theatre - Teatrul Odeon

    The comedy theatre in Bucharest is my favourite because my favourite movies and of course plays are comedies. From all theatres in Bucharest this is the one I have attended to the most plays. I guess...

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  • 39. Russian Church

    If the onion dome architecture of the church in the photo makes you think of Russian Orthodox churches than you are on the right path. This is Bucharest’s Russian Church, or St. Nicholas Church after...

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  • 40. Odeon Theatre

    The Odeon Theatre, one of Bucharest’s leading theatre companies, was founded in 1946 as Giulesti Theatre. It moved to its current location, the Sala Majestic, in 1974. It is a repertory theatre with a...

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  • 41. Cretulescu Church

    The beautiful red brick Creţulescu Church is one of the oldest in Bucharest still surviving in its original form. It was commissioned in 1722 by Iordache Creţulescu and his wife Safta, a...

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  • 42. University Square

    One of the typical wide squares in Bucharest with a lot of traffic and monumental buildings. The old main building of the University is located here. What is more important than the buildings is the...

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  • 43. Senate

    The Senate building on Piaţa Revolutiei was until 1989 the Communist Party Headquarters. It was from here that Ceausescu made his final speech on December 21, 1989 and then fled from the roof by...

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  • 44. Magheru Boulevard

    One of the greatest streets in Bucharest, it links the Roman Square with the University Square. The buildings here were built mainly between the two world wars. Its an area full of shops, restaurants...

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  • 45. City Hall

    Bucharest City Hall is housed in a beautiful building lying across from Cismigiu Park on Regina Elisabeta boulevard. This is where the good and bad decisions regarding Bucharest are taken. The edifice...

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  • 46. Metropolitan Church - Biserica Patriarhiei

    Consecrated to Saint Emperors Constantine and Helen, the church is situated on the Metropolitan Church Hill, and is a construction of impressive proportions (28 m long in the interior, with a 14.60 m...

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