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  • Where to eat in Bucharest

    Where to eat in Bucharest? Here is my ranking of the best restaurants in Bucharest: 1) The best restaurant in Bucharest is certainly the famous "Caru' cu bere". It is one of the oldest inns of the city, and it is considered a historical and architectural...

    0 by Ever changing, in Where to eat Bucharest, 3 months ago
  • Public Transport

    Of course, like in every capital city, to make the traffic more manageable, we have access to different types of public transport: the bus, ('autobuz'), the metro ('metrou'), the trolley (a mix between a tram and a bus). The view from the wonderful trolly, on which we...

    0 by Emma, in What to see Bucharest, one year ago
  • Excalibur

    Excalibur is a typical medieval restaurant and not typically Romanian. Before entering the restaurant, you go down a corridor with vintage draperies on the walls. Then you will find a small stone at the bottom where there's unfortunately no more sword to attempt to...

    0 by Mirabelle, in Where to eat Bucharest, one year ago
  • AFI Palace mall

    AFI Palace, it's a HUGE mall that includes clothing shops, shoe stores, one hyper market, perfumeries, restaurants and snack shops, but also everything that regards leisure: laser game, cinema, bowling, ice rink, a little roller-coaster (because if I said a ladybug, you...

    0 by Leclerc, in What to see Bucharest, one year ago
  • Excalibur

    Hello Marc! So it had to be out of stock, because for us it was directly included in the dish (as in the picture). Glad to know that the metal sword was put back in place on the rock at the entrance! :) If I go back, I will try this little cocktail! Source

    0 by Cintia, in Where to eat Bucharest, one year ago
  • Romanian Village Museum

    Interested in history and architecture? Want to know how people used to live in Romania? To find these answers visit Village Museum in Bucharest, where you will have a chance to walk in the village of Romanian history. Village Museum is one of the oldest open-air...

    0 by Janja, in What to see Bucharest, 3 years ago
  • Herăstrău Park

    Herăstrău Park is the biggest park in Bucharest, Romania. I'd recommend renting a bike for two hours to get round it, I believe the yellow ones are cheaper than the green ones. You can cycle around the huge lake which is in the centre of the park and whilst cycling...

    0 by Hannah, in What to see Bucharest, 3 years ago
  • Victory Square

    Hi everyone! I am looking for two flatmates in an apartment with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies, a big hallway and a great view. The landlord bought me new furniture when I moved in and said he will do the same for you. The location is great, in the center of the...

    0 by Cristiana, in What to see Bucharest, 3 years ago
  • El Grande Comandante

    Great place for the best parties! One of the best places in Bucharest if you wanna have a great party with your friends or you wanna meet someone new. Most of the places in Bucharest's old town are the best, better than in other countries. I'm sure that who will come...

    0 by Bianca, in Erasmus party Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • K. H. Zambaccian Museum

    Outside of the program that you see in the photo, on the first Wednesday of every month, admission is free. (otherwise a ticket costs 7 Euro)  ' I gave people my collection of art, because the talents that I have met are of the people; they are his pride, otherwise I...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Palace of the Romanian Parliament

    1 May 2010: "doors open Day at the European Parliament. A free day for all Romanians and a tempting opportunity to know and this landmark in the history of our past and present! We hit the road on a sunny morning, which seems to announce a perfect day. We arrive in...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Mucin Mountains

    If I tell you I don't think I can build the real image, but you can imagine that these mountains were some towering volcanoes that have left behind an enormous granitic massif, on which water (rainfall, Frost, etc.) and the wind systematically crushed it. And how this...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Orlando Circus

    Well, who does not like having a good time with their friends at a circus. There where you can eat popconr, laught, dance, take photos or see something extremely out of ordinary. I am talking about a circus.  Oralndo Circus! In december it is in Roumania, so if you...

    0 by Patricia, in What to do Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Cișmigiu Gardens

    There is a beautiful park in the heart of Bucharest. A perfect place to relax, go for a walk and enjoy the sun and the vicinity of nature. If you live in a big city like Bucharest, sometimes it can be hard to find a place for running but this park with its exquisite...

    0 by Barbara, in What to see Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Bucuresti

    How is the life In Bucharest, Romania? I always used to mention just the positive parts of every destination I travelled to. I make my point based on the interaction with the locals, my random wandering around, neighbourhood and life-style. I’ve been living in...

    0 by Patricia, in What to do Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Surubelnita Club

    If you are looking for a place to hang out with the gang, come to Screwdriver Club. Here, you will find the best music, nice people, hammocks, sand and fun until the sun sunrise. There are many events with live music, folk or rock that make you feel like on the beach in...

    0 by Andreea, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • Que Pasa

    I like the place because it has the music I listen to. Mostly rock - especially heavy and thrash metal. For me, in Que Pasa I heard a song my Megadeth playing in a bar. And I also been to other places that play rock music, so I guess the other ones didn't like Megadeth...

    0 by Iulian, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, 4 years ago
  • X Hostel Bucharest

    FREE SAUNA & JACUZZI every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to break the ice! Our private rooms are hotel-standard with tv, air-con and private bathrooms; all rooms have access to free wi-fi and are air-conditioned. We have a female only dorm as an option. With a total of...

    0 by Daniele, in Where to sleep Bucharest, 6 years ago
  • Bucharest

    International Piano competition in Bucharest (Competitiors discovering the city : ) I played Lions International piano competition In 2007.After the competition me and other competitiors discovered the city. Sometimes we lost but it was very nice experience.Italian ,...

    0 by Tuna, in What to see Bucharest, 7 years ago

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