Are you planning a city break in Romania? Which city may be more appropriate than the capital of our country and the largest metropolis? If you are not part of the more than 1.9 million inhabitants of the city, then we can call you a tourist of the capital and further we will give you some reasons why a visit to Bucharest is the perfect city break.
Attractions in Bucharest
The capital boasts some exceptional historical buildings. The Palace of Parliament is the symbolic building of Bucharest and is now in the record book as the largest administrative building for civil use in the world, the most expensive administrative building and the world’s toughest building.
Herastrau Park is one of the beautiful parks of Bucharest. Situated on the shores of Lake Herastrau, this is a recreation and recreation area in the heart of the city, where you can enjoy nature, being also a historic monument.
The historical center of Bucharest is a tourist destination in its own right. Here there is an unprecedented combination of modern, lively cafes and historic buildings with a city-specific architecture. This is where all the action happens and where the streets keep the busy passers-by.
The Romanian Athenaeum is considered perhaps the most beautiful building in Bucharest due to its history, neoclassical architecture and impressive interior. Currently, there is a concert hall and the George Enescu Philharmonic.
The Romanian Peasant Museum owns the largest collection of traditional objects in Romania. Its collections are made up of 100,000 objects of ceramics, popular port, fabrics, furniture, hardware, bark.
The National Museum of the Village “Dimitrie Gusti” is one of the biggest attractions of Bucharest. It is an open-air museum where peasant households, community buildings and other elements reflecting the rural culture of Romania from the 18th and 20th centuries are exhibited.
The National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa consists of over 2 million pieces, from zoological, paleontological collections, minerals plus rocks and ethnographic. Its precious patrimony documents biodiversity in the country and abroad, cultural diversity, understanding of evolution and any changes in the climate or earth crust.
The Arc de Triomphe is a symbol of Bucharest, a monument built to commemorate Romania’s victory in the First World War. The Arch of Triumph also shelters a small museum open to the public at certain times.
Tour through Rentcarwithdriver.ro
People who travel with business are often frugal, because although they see many cities, they can hardly ever discover their beauties and their peculiarities. The reasons are varied: lack of time, not having these activities included in their program, lack of a person to take care of them, etc.
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