We choose some of the best places Universitatii area has to offer, were the locals like to go out, more important, places you shouldn’t miss.
Calea Victoriei was Bucharest’s showpiece street in the Interbelic years. After roughly half a century of decline, it has recently been returning to its role.
Piata Universitatii is a symbol for Bucharest. It is the place were Romanian revolution left its martyrs, the point 0 of the capital city. Piata Universitatii is the most dynamic area of Bucharest, with its large number of cafes, restaurants and shopping area.
Kisseleff Boulevard, built in 1832, also called the Champs Elysees of Eastern Europe, it’s a boulevard lined with old trees, amazing palaces, museums full of life witch turn into open doors events .
Piata Unirii is a vibrant area, full of life due to its position in the center of the city. Very busy by day, with a lot of tourist attractions, close to Centrul Vech, home of tons cafes, clubs and restaurants.
Dorobanti is one of the most beautiful spots of the city in terms of architecture, buildings and surroundings. Dorobanti area is in the same time renowned for its shopping boutiques. For the posh and upper as in money wise-class, you can find luxury stores.
Piata Romana is situated in the center Bucharest, closer to major interest points, Its very convenient during your stay since you are in walking distance from all the touristic interest points.
Bucharest or Bucuresti is the capital municipality, cultural, industrial, and financial center of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania. Bucharest has the same administrative level as that of a national county, being further subdivided into six sectors.
One of the best things that Romanians are well known for is that they know how to party! The city hosts some of the best music clubs in Europe.
Bucharest’s crime rate is rather low in comparison to other European capital cities. Petty crime, however, is more common, particularly in the form of pickpocketing.