I'm from Bucharest and it's a pleasure to see that foreigners have come to visit our Arch, as it's one of the most beautiful monuments in the Romanian capital. If you're in Bucharest, you can't miss it!
The Romanian Athenaeum is well-known for the quality of its acoustics. This near-mythical concert hall has hosted all the big names from the world of classical music like Ravel, Strauss, and Enescu. It's located near Franklin Street
The Romanian Senate is in the Revolution Square in front of the National Museum of Art of Romania. It is a neoclassical building that finished construction in 1948, after the Second World War, when the country went through a
The Place Charles de Gaulle, or Piata Charles de Gaulle in Romanian, is a square in northern Bucharest, on the intersection of Aviatorilor and Prezan Constantin Avenues. As you walk through the gardens, you'll come to a lake. In the
Curtea Veche is an old royal palace that was apparently built by Vlad Tepes around the fifteenth century. Vlad the Impaler, as he is commonly known, was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. He ascended the throne during a war
The name Presei Libere means "free press". It is a huge building next to the Herastrau lake and public park. From its construction in 1956, until 2007, it was the tallest building in Bucharest. Before then, it was a horse racing