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Macca-Vilacrosse Passage

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The passage has mainly restaurants

Going down Carada street, parallel to Calea Victoriei, then up to the National History Museum of Romania, we found on the right a bohemian passage, like the ancient covered passages of traders of Paris in the Belle Epoque. Several streets have been covered by a large glass roof, allowing the small shops and restaurants to have a terrace in all seasons, or to leave their goods out. Built in 1891 the passage has a strong French influence, there is even a "bistro", nothing but national dishes are served though, from goulash to bean soups. Today the passage has mainly restaurants, there is a curious Moroccan style restaurant with water pipes and large comfy seats outside that students frequent, another serves Romanian food with transalpine chalet decor, and a third more neutral looks really old, and has a fine selection of products.

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