Info turistic

  • Palatul Parlamentului

    The Palace of the Parliament (Romanian: Palatul Parlamentului) in Bucharest, Romania is a multi-purpose building containing both chambers of the Romanian Parliament. According to the World Records Academy, the Palace is the world's largest civilian building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building.
  • Arcul de triumf

    Initially built of wood in 1922 to honor the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, Bucharest's very own Arc de Triomphe was finished in Deva granite in 1936. Designed by the architect, Petre Antonescu, the Arc stands 85 feet high. An interior staircase allows visitors to climb to the top for a panoramic view of the city. The sculptures decorating the structure were created by leading Romanian artists, including Ion Jalea, Constantin Medrea and Constantin Baraschi.
  • Ateneul Roman

    The Romanian Athenaeum building is considered to be a symbol of Romanian culture and since 2007 is on the list of the Label of European Heritage sights.
  • Piata Revolutiei

    This is the most important square on Calea Victoriei Boulevard. It is the place where you can find the old royal palace (now the museum of art), the Atheneum, a new statue made afeter an old statue of Carol the First King of Romania, a strange looking monument dedicated to the revolution from 1989 and other things. It was also the scene of many events, like the revolution from 1989 and clashes between the liberals and the comunists in the late '40s.
  • Biblioteca Nationala a Romaniei

    The National Library is a cultural institution under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture. Its goal is to administer the national patrimony of publications, by purchasing and preserving documents and making them available to the public, for research or personal study.
  • Cladirea CEC

    The CEC Building, with a special glass dome, now houses a bank.
  • Muzeul National de Istorie Naturala – Grigore Antipa

    Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History is one of the most fascinating places worth visiting in Bucharest. A ticket at the museum sends the visitor into a beautiful journey through time, starting with the birth of the universe and ending with the present times, journey that shows our planet formation, the birth and development of living creatures.
  • Muzeul National de Arta Contemporana

    Contemporary art gallery located within the Palace of Parliament. Entrance is on the opposite side of the building to the entrance of the Palace of Parliament, it is long walk round this enormous building if you go to the wrong side.
  • Muzeul Satului

    This outdoor museum includes more than 300 buildings representing the history of Romania's rural architecture.
  • Strada Lipscani

    The Lipscani zone, with the main street with the same name is the oldest remaining part of Bucharest. This area is known as the "historical center". This district was Bucharest's most important commercial center from the middle ages to late 20th century.
  • Hanul lui Manuc

    The inn was built in 1808, and originally owned by a wealthy and flamboyant Armenian entrepreneur, Emanuel Marzaian, better known under his Turkish name Manuc-bei. By the middle of the 19th century, it was Bucharest's most important commercial complex, with 15 wholesalers, 23 retail stores, 107 rooms for offices or living, two receiving rooms and a pub.
  • Caru’ Cu Bere

    Caru' cu Bere, a true living legend and also one of the oldest beerhouse in Bucharest, was opened for the first time in 1879 in the old Zlatari inn and, after 20 years it moved to Stavropoleos Street, where it can be found even today. Nicolae Mircea along with his family, originary from Medias, had a major role in Caru' cu Bere history. He managed along the years to make of Caru' cu Bere one of the most appreciated divertisment places from Bucharest.
  • Parcul Cismigiu

    The Cismigiu Garden in Bucharest center is the oldest park in the city. It was the first laid out in 1845. The current configuration of the park IS THE WORK OF German Landscape gardeners Karl Wilhelm Meyer and Fr. Rebhuhn. For inhabitants of Bucharest, it is a favorite place for walks. The floral arrangement, the rare trees and shrubs, the lake, which offers boating, the fountains and sculptures all make up the charm of Cismigiu.
  • Parcul Herastrau

    Herastrau Park is a large park on the northern side of Bucharest, Romania, around Lake Herastrau. The park has an area of about 1.1 square km, of which 0.7 square km is the lake. The park is divided into two zones: a rustic or natural zone (the Village Museum), which is left more or less undisturbed, and a public 'active' domain with open areas for recreation activities. Small boats are allowed on the lake.
  • Parcul Tineretului

    Tineretului Park (Romanian: Parcul Tineretului, "Youths' Park") is a large public park in southern Bucharest. The park, which was created in 1965 and planned by the architect Valentin Donose, was designed as the main recreational space for southern Bucharest, an area which was heavily developed during the 1960s and 1970s.