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Dress Code: Depends, but how long you are feeling naturaly is just perfect
Grand Cafe Galleron is somewhere I keep returning to when in Bucharest. Quiet but not too quiet, this is a peaceful place to relax over a coffee or a G&T and people watch. Later on the music gets louder - but not too loud, enough to make you tap your toes and think about going out but low enough to chat.
Specialist teas and smoothies made freshly are a speciality. The staff are friendly and get to know you quickly. The surroundings are lovely and there are areas where you can hideaway for more private chats.
Dress Code: No dress code apparent
Best clubs in Bucharest
All time favorit oldst clud in Bucharest Club A, the student place, cheap beer and great people.
Twize very close to Club A, disko in 3 floors.
Planters have change from a hooker bar into a nice place, but they are still there, but out numbers by local girls there want to party.
More to come
Dress Code: Club A come as you are.
Twize dress nice, but most tourist will come in, but if you look like a vagabind then they local will stay away from you.
Planters same as Twize.
The girls from the staff at Elvis Villa recommended this place. It was a saturday night. We arrived around midnight and the place was crowded. Not many tourists/foreigners in the house. It looked like a regular club but...
Many girls were dancing on the balconies and tables. The DJ started saying something in romanian and the girls took off their shirts during the song. Those who didn't... had to get down from the balconies/tables. On the next song, the DJ says something else and the girls took off their pants/skirts!!! We couldn't believe that!!! But the show was only starting... on the next song, the girls took off their bras!!! After all these preliminary stages, only 2 girls remained dancing on the main balcony. A few more words from the DJ and during the next song... we couldn't believe... the girls were completely naked on the balcony!!!
I don't know how often does this happen there, but that was something...
After telling you the story above, I don't know if this still matters, but the drinks are cheap and the place is really nice... hahaha
Nightlife....Usually clubs,bars & discos.In Bucharest are some really good clubs with super live music.You can dance & party all night ,more if you are at seaside.For example in Neptun is a club called "Alcatraz" and you can sware it's a jail...it look cool and it has real good music.
In the suburb of Racadav, bears come to the rubbish tip to rummage for food in the bins during the late evening and night. Totally unperturbed by passing humans, car headlights and cameral flashes, they go about the daily rituals.
The best place for nightlife I visited in Mamaia was a place called La Cucaracha. The place itself is next to the beach, and during the weekends when this place is really crowded you can dance on the beach.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
As far as Bucuresti is concerned, most of the young party crowd hangs out in the old part of the city, in the center near the University.
Just walk down the small cobblestone streets and you'll hear music coming out of many buildings. Sometimes there's crowds of kids hanging outside a club.
A book guide might also help because I've been to a few really cool bars that were in the basement of an old building and I would have never found it if I wasn't with friends that already knew.
Basically most dress codes are casual, in general Romanian people don't get too dressed up to go out like people would in Vegas or NY. It's a lot more basic here and it's lots of fun.
Nightlife in Bucharest? Well, if you make it past the eager ladies lying in wait in the hotel lobby, you can walk the streets looking for somewhere for a latenight beer. Keep looking, bud! Old Cliffie ended up at a kiosk selling local beer by the bottle. A dusty glass was wiped with a murky towel and offered, but old Cliffie preferred to drink Australian-style and drank the tepid brew straight from the bottle. Hm, yes, interesting taste. What do they put in it, apart from the Unidentified Floating Objects? And then old Cliffie saw the two cats. At least he thought they were cats until two massive rats scuttled across the road and disappeared near the gutter. Old Cliffie glanced over his shoulder, half expecting Dracula to join him for a drink. Well, he might have been safer company than the ladies in the lobby.
Okay, for the ones not so faint at heart. I got a tip to check out this place. It is a complex with three major dance clubs all next to one another. Euro beats, most of the night and top 40 rap/r n' b. Most of the clientele are late teens and early twenties. Tough kids out for a good time. seems like the commercial hang out and its decore looked as if this was a former strip club, i.e mirrors and poles everywhere. All three clubs empty out at the same time which leads to about a couple thousand young people, getting into cars or trying desperatly to attract the handful of taxis. Recommended If you want to see what the majority of young mainstream Bucharest do on a Friday night.Ttry not to attract to much attention. Although my asian (japanese) buddy got more attention from the women then one could wish to imagine. People seemed to love him everywhere he went in the place. He was alot of fun to hang out with.
Dress Code: Regular dance club dress.
Great night out. Tucked in the back of what looks like an entrance to a condo or recreation centre is Salsa, where ofcourse its namesake dance is quite popular among certain eastern Europeans. For the fella's, if you can dance even a trace of Salsa, there are an overabundence of lovely partners to choose from. Great energy, Two levels, allows you to look down upon main dance floor from above. An above ground swimming pool in the middle of the dance floor seems curious at first. At about mid-nite, an emcee gets on stage and yells something and belly flops into the pool. Everyone follows in queue. Soaking wet, bare foot dancing the rest of the night. Even a Latin type line dance breaks out upstairs, pretty funny. a great laugh and even better time. 2 bucks to get in.
Dress Code: Not much of a dress code, There are alot of people inside who are dancing all night long so dont wear a sweater, It gets hot in here, da da da da da da. er um.
Do you enjoy gambling? Here is a short list of possible choices.(you find all of these places in Bucharest)
It's for you. It's your choice !
Casino Palace / Vernescu House
Calea Victoriei 133-135
Calea Victoriei 174
Str. Poenaru Bordea 2
B-dul Regina Elisabeta 9, tel 311 28 26
Casino Bucharest - Hotel InterContinental
B-dul Nicolae Balcescu
B-dul Expozitiei 2
At night? Hm...it can happen sooooo any things...dancing in disco - clubs, walking hand in hand under the moon, you can go fishing and stuff...in Romania, nothing is practically impossible!
Dress Code: There are some places where you would have to ware class clothes, but almost everywhere you can go in your clothes because romanians are middle classed so nothing is too extravagant or too cheap for them! Of course you can not go danceing naked...:))
Some of the places you can go:
Disco Rosu&Negru-Iasi, Disco VoxMaris-Constanta, Disco XXL - Piatra Neamt, Bacau, Iasi, Disco Inter Club - Roman,
Nigthlife in Bucharest was not that exciting, but if you are into cultural events, try to visit the Teatrul National and ask for performances schedule. I went to see an ensemble called Romanian Rhapsody - amazingly talented group.
Different bars you can choose from. All unique in their own way. The most popular spot this past summer was 'M*A*S*H', crazy crazy place going on until late hours of the night... even until morning when you can have breakfast next door. But if you dont like the crowd there you simply move on to the next bar or simply just bar hop all night.
Everything about it is unique. People dancing on the tables, everyone singing just plain crazy.
Dress Code: Absolutely none. Topless? Ok.
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