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  • People's House (Parliament Palace)

    Starting from an older idea, the building of the Parliament Palace was built in the time of Nicolae Ceausescu in a period of great economic deprivation. The dictator's tendency was, on the one hand, to concentrate in a single building all the central organs of the...

    0 by Ionel, in What to see Bucharest, 28 days ago
  • Lipscani - Old town

    What is called here the "Old Town", as its name suggests in English, the old city of Bucharest. There are 4 to 5 streets full of cafes, bars and clubs! Until 5 years ago, this part of the city did not have any coffee! (So I can't tell you where the students were going...

    0 by Shavana, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, 11 months ago
  • Lipscani - Old town

    What is called here the "Old Town", as its name suggests in English, the old city of Bucharest. There are 4 to 5 streets full of cafes, bars and clubs! Until 5 years ago, this part of the city did not have any coffee! (So I can't tell you where the students were going...

    0 by Shavana, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, 11 months ago
  • The thermal springs of Bucharest

    If you're going to visit Romania, more specifically Bucharest, you have to make an obligatory stop at the thermal springs. They say that in Bucharest one has one of the best Erasmus experiences and this makes sense due to the the fact that the thermal pools are there....

    0 by Anya, in What to do Bucharest, 11 months ago
  • The pub Bucharest

    Celebrating my birthday at “The pub” Last week was my 24th anniversary and I had, of course, to celebrated with my friends in an entertaining, but also simple way. Thus, we decided to go out on Friday night in a pub or club to have some drinks and dance for a...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, 11 months ago
  • A day at the Bucharest "Therme"...

    The Bucharest Therme deserves a visit. They are easily reachable, from the center of the city, thanks to a special shuttle that leaves from Plaza Roman every day, except Saturday and Sunday. I was a bit unlucky, however, because searching on the internet, I had found a...

    0 by maria stella, in What to do Bucharest, one year ago
  • The Museum of Recent Art

    Probably one of my favorite art museums that I have visited a few times in Bucharest is The Museum of Recent Art, known shortly in Romanian as Mare. The museum is very young being opened very recently to the public in 2018 as the first private museum of art in Romania...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Bucharest, one year ago
  • Fabrica de bere bună

    Let’s go for a beer. Where? In Bucharest, Romania. Today I am going with a few of my friends to a brewery that serves local craft beer called “Fabrica de bere bună”. Why we choose “Fabrica de bere bună” instead of any other brewery? The beautiful story...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, one year ago
  • Manufaktura

    Manufaktura  I am a coffee lover so let’s go for a such drink again. Where? In Bucharest, the capital city of cafes. It is evening and I wanna hang out with two friends in a beautiful cozy place where I haven’t been before. My friend is looking on the Internet for...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Where to eat Bucharest, one year ago
  • Pengyou

    Back in Bucharest: Where to eat?  The new university year has already started meaning that I am back in Bucharest for finishing my studies. Since I live in the uni’s dormitory, I don’t have a great kitchen or enough time to cook for myself as I usually do, so I...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Where to eat Bucharest, one year ago
  • The Peleș Castle

    If you are an Erasmus student in Bucharest and maybe you got tired of seeing only cars and buildings thus want to breath some fresher awakening air, I am here to propose you a one day journey in a beautiful place located at the bottom of the mountain. So, let’s hop on...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Bucharest, one year ago
  • So!Coffee

    A coffee for the traveller  Bucharest, the european capital for cafes  There is an important aspect that you should know about Bucharest especially if you are a coffee lover and drinker: the city is the center of specialised coffee shop, after London ( UK ), according...

    0 by Șchiopu, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Bucharest, one year 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, 2 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 4 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, 5 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, 5 years ago
  • El Grande Comandante

    Source 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...

    0 by Bianca, in Erasmus party Bucharest, 5 years ago

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