Floreasca

FLOREASCA NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE

 FLOREASCA

Safety Factor, Day: 10                                 Tourism: 7.5
Safety Factor, Night: 9                                Traffic: 8
Average Price: 5                                              Nightlife: 10

Measured on a scale of 1-10 (1 = bad,  10 = good)

Restaurant japonez Yoshi Piata Floreasca Bucuresti

Restaurant in Floreasca

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Tip: When in Floreasca, you are very close to Dorobanti Area, Primaverii and Herastrau. If you have enought time, walk around to see the beautiful houses of the area and the people living there.

Transportation: Buses: 135  Cal. Floreasca,Cal. Dorobanţilor, Str. Av. Radu Beller, Bd. Romana.
Subway: M1-line: Stefan Cel Mare to Gara de Nord or change to Piata Victoriei M2 line for the city center (Piata Romana, Piata Universitatii, Piata Unirii.

bucharest subway map

Bucharest Subway Map

 

The Vibe: Floreasca is a bit flashier than other parts of town like Kisseleff, Primaverii or Dorobanti if you think in terms of architecture but it compensates with some of the best restaurants in town.

Full list of the best restaurants, bars and clubs:The best restaurants, bars and cafes in Floreasca.

Highlights and tips:

On the left and on the right side of Barbu Vacarescu, next to Floreasca Lake it’s sll about nightlife. Most famous clubs are here, Gaia, Fratelli and Bamboo.
The area of Piata Floreasca is the heart of the bar and restaurants scene.

Attractions: Calea Floreasca is the newer part, build near Dorobanti areea. Mostly build in the sixties, it is mainly composed of apartment blocks, The Floreasca emergency hospital and many parks.
Starting year 2000, the developers transformed the north part of Floreasca into bussiness center were the big companies have their offices. To name a few Euro Tower, Floreasca Business Park, Nusco Tower, Sky Tower and  Floreasca Tower.
Many of Floreasca  trendier restaurants, bars and clubs reside in this neighborhood.  The skyscrapers that were build here have also helped give birth to many fancier restaurants, higher-end ethnic food and some more upscale bars. These places can really fill up Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, so plan ahead.
Strolling about in search of a restaurant or bar will yield many results here.
The area of Piata Floreasca is a must-visit. It may not have a lot of attractions, but you will more than likely end up having drinks or a meal in this neighborhood at some point during your time in Bucharest.

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