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Private One-Way Bucharest OTP Airport Transfer
Enjoy a fast safe private airport transfer from Otopeni Airport to any address in Bucharest or vice versa. Professional guides and driver will be escorting you on your journey and will make sure that you reach your desired destination safe and in time."""This is a fast transfer from/to the Bucharest Otopeni Airport to/from any address in Bucharest or vice-versa our offer is the perfect sollution. An English speaking driver will be waiting with signboards at the airport or in front of the hotel."title=Highlights&1=Airport+transfer"""Bucharest
From EUR25.00
 
Jewish Heritage of Bucharest Tour
"This tour starting daily at 10:30 a.m includes the most important sights in the former Jewish Quarter of Bucharest that have survived from the period when the city was home to the biggest and most prosperous Jewish community in Romania. The Jewish Herita the wonderfully preserved Great Polish Synagogue the Jewish State Theatre still hosting plays and productions the Holocaust Monument and outside visit of the Choral Temple dating back to the 1850’s. A walking tour in the Historical Center is also included - Lipscani Street the area where beginning with the 1400’s Jewish merchants and craftsmen established their shops and stores."""
From EUR39.00
 
Day Trip to Bulgaria from Bucharest
"This day trip departs daily at 8am and will pick you up from your hotel in Bucharest and take you to the foothills of the Balkan Mountains where you will spend a great day discovering the impressive medieval settlement of Veliko Tarnovo. Veliko Tarnovo i the strongest Bulgarian fortification of the Middle Ages. The day trip includes visits to the St. Dimitrie Basarabov Monastery the only monastery in Bulgaria carved into a cliff that is still inhabited today and Arbanasi Village that will take you a few centuries back in time through its medieval architecture.""""In only a few hours this tour takes you from Bucharest to the foothills of the Balkan Mountains where the impressive medieval settlement of Veliko Tarnovo is located. The tour will start with a visit to St. Dimitrie Basarabov Monastery the only monastery in Bulgaria carved into rock and inhabited since its establishment and will continue with a visit to the remarkable medieval capital of Veliko Tarnovo built high on the surrounding hilltops and Arbanasi Village with its full of medievatitle=Highlights&1=Cross+the+border+into+Bulgaria+on+a+full-day+tour+from+Bucharest&2=Explore+the+medieval+city+of+Veliko+Tarnovo%2C+nestled+in+the+foothills+of+the+Balkan+Mountains&3=Learn+about+Bulgaria%27s+medieval+history+from+a+knowledgeable+guide&4=
From EUR95.00

More Local Customs in Bucharest

Romanian money

The romanian money notes that i came across were always crisp and clean.--The Leu is divided into 100 ban ==. Leu means "lion" --This is the 4th series of the Romanian currency the Leu....
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alectrevor
Sep 25, 2015

1st of March is Martisor Day

"Mărţisor" is a traditional celebration taking place every year on March 1st and marking the arrival of spring. Its name comes from the name of the month of March (martie in Romanian) and literally it...
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Andraf
Sep 24, 2010

Greetings

People here shake hands when they first meet, and after that a kiss on each cheek is acceptable.always greet a stranger formally, and use the polite form of you 'vu'.if you are familiar with the...
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lchelle
Apr 28, 2008

Christmas lights in Piaţa Unirii

Bucharest's Christmas lights are switched on on December 1st, Romania's National Day and are switched off on January 6th. The opening ceremony in Piaţa Unirii is accompanied by a firework display. The...
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iwys
Dec 08, 2007

Ceausecu's final public moment

I'd highly encourage visitors to Romania to read up on Nicolae Ceausescu, the leader of Romania from 1965 until December 1989, as it will give you an idea of some of the history of the country and...
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Dabs
Dec 03, 2007

George Enescu

Until you have visited Romania, it is hard to imagine how important a figure George Enescu is to Romanian culture. He was the country's greatest composer and probably the most famous Romanian ever in...
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iwys
Nov 26, 2007
 
 
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Romanians Religious People!

I did not realize that Romanians were so religious. In fact, when on Bucharest buses, I noticed that every time we were passing by a church, local people were doing "the cross sign", really everyone...
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draguza
Aug 22, 2006

Cinemas

Cinemas broadcast films in their original language with sub-titles. While most stick to Hollywood drivel, some honourable exceptions show an impressive range of classic, challenging and foreign films,...
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josephescu
Aug 13, 2006

Particular traffic system

Drivers have assumed right of way on both road and pavement and routinely park right across the latter, forcing pedestrians into the street where they will then be hooted at by passing cars.Bucharest...
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josephescu
Aug 13, 2006

WHY questions.....

Questions that start with "why" are not very often worth asking in Bucharest. However, I’m asking them here, to share them with you.Why don't you let the passengers off the bus or tram first, before...
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josephescu
Aug 13, 2006

Customer Service

Forget all notions that you have of customer service. Otherwise, after 90 per cent of your dealings with waiters, shopkeepers and members of the public you will be left wondering what you had done to...
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josephescu
Aug 13, 2006

Martisor!

The old name of March, ”martisor”, reminds the traditional custom of celebrating the spring by wearing red and white colored braids. The Romanian word “martisor” comes from “matisor” (the buds which...
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draguza
Apr 03, 2006

Easter Painted eggs

One of the most beautiful Romanian Easter traditions is painted eggs. The shells of hard-boiled eggs are dyed in colourful patterns, with a rich red the prevailing colour. They are often decorated...
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draguza
Apr 03, 2006

Doughnut store "Gogoasa infuriata"

"Gogoasa infuriata" means "The angry doughnut" :)) Seems like people are still eating doughnuts and preffer local brands than the bigger internationsl chain "Dunkin' Doughnuts", maybe because the...
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codrutz
Jan 23, 2006

Top Hotels in Bucharest

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Calea 13 Septembrie No. 90, 5th District, Bucharest, 050726, Romania
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4 Boulevard Nicolae Balcescu, Bucharest, 010051, Romania
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29 Calea Victoriei, Sector 1, Bucharest, 701012, Romania
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1-3 Episcopiei, Sector 1, Bucharest, 010292, Romania
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11 Smardan St, Sector 3, Bucharest, 030071, Romania
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Poligrafiei 1, Sector 1, Bucharest, 71556, Romania
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Top Things to Do in Bucharest

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Parliament Palace - Casa Poporului

There are several claims about the size of this building, some say it's the second largest, some the third. It doesn't change the fact that this is a monster of a building - and surely one of the...
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Revolution Square - Piata Revolutiei

Today's senate building was once the building of the Central Committee of the Communist party. The first uprisings against the communist regime have started in Timisoara in mid-December...
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Cismigiu Park

Cismigiu Park is a lovely park - the oldest public park in Bucharest - which was very close to our hotel for the first night. We walked there after walking the main street to see the Romanian...
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Triumphal Arch - Arcul de Triumf

Bucharest's nickname is “Little Paris” and the admiration for the French capital reached its climax in the late 19th and early 20th century. It is therefore no surprise to find a copy of Paris' Arc de...
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Village Museum

The Village Museum borders Herastrau Park, but its entrance is on Soseaua Kiseleff. You cannot enter it from the park. Entrance is 6Ron. It is open on Mon 9-5, Tues to Sun 9-7. The museum contains...
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Romanian Athenaeum

Romanian Athenaeum is a beautiful concert hall in the center of Bucharest, and a landmark of the capital city. Opened in 1888, the ornate, domed, circular building is the city's main concert hall and...
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Top 5 Bucharest Writers

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"A Thrill, a Challenge, a Laughter"
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codrutz

"About my homecity - Bucharest"
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Andraf

"Bucharest, Romania"
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josephescu

"I learned to love it"
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"Bucharest / Bucureşti"
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