Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the economic, social and cultural centre of Romania, being, in the meantime, an important tourist attraction. Located in the southern area of the country, Bucharest lies halfway between the Danube River and the South Carpathian mountains, on the banks of the Dambovita and Colentina rivers. The city dates from the fourteenth century. It has been the capital of Romania since 1862. Bucharest has always prided itself in being a very hospitable city. We strive not only to accomplish a pleasant visit to this metropolis, but also to make it an experience worth remembering. For a visitor who is going to stay only a few days it is important to be able to find his way around current cultural programs, tourists attractions, shops and restaurants quickly and easily. There are a rich and satisfying variety of things to be seen and done by visitors – museums, theatre, exhibitions, concert halls, parks and monuments that still talk about its history. With some major exceptions, Bucharest has managed to maintain the architectural symbols of the past in the midst of its transformations. Try to discover and understand its many aspects and you will surely find its charm. Our desire is to make sure that you will always remember your stay in Bucharest with pleasure.


The Dambovita River crosses the city from the north-west to the south-east. In the northern side of the city there is a chain of lakes created on Colentina River, and areas of open green space which are also areas for amusement : Baneasa, Herastrau, Tei and Lebada. Also in the central areas of Bucharest there are several old parks, all of them having special decorative and historical value: Cismigiu Garden, arranged in 1850 in the heart of the town, preserves special ornamental trees; The Liberty Park (1906) and the Botanical Garden (1884), where you can find samples of trees and flowers from most corners of the world.
    • The Curtea Veche Church
    • The Antim Monastery (1715)
    • The Stavropoleus Church (1724)
    • The Spiridon Church (1747)
    • National Art Museum
    • Museum of Art Collections
    • Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa
    • Cotroceni National Museum
    • The Village Museum
    • George Enescu Museum
    • Goethe Institute
    • French Institute
    • British Council Library
    • American Cultural Centre
    • Cervantes Institute
    • European Cultural Centre
    • National Theatre ‘I L Caragiale
    • Nottara Theatre
    • Bulandra Theatre
    • Odeon Theatre
    • Romanian Athenaeum
    • Romanian National Opera
    • Radio Concert Hall
    • Cinemas
    • Blue Art Gallery
    • Craii de la Curtea Veche Gallery
    • Dalles Gallery
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