The Best cafes, bars and restaurants in Bucharest neighborhood Floreasca brought to you by one of the pickiest person alive! Floreasca was built as an old workers neighborhood, now one of the trendiest.
If you feel like going out at night for a drink and a small chat but you don’t feel like going in one of the big clubs, try one of the cool bars in Romana area. From hip and cool to underground, here’s where you should go to. Fratelli Espresso Bar is very close to the Romanian Athene or Hilton Athene Palace. The bar is funky and eclectic in music, design and people. The perfect place to go for a drink, great cocktails, good tapas…
Piata Romana has many shopping stores to choose from. Around Ase and Magheru Boulevard you can see many shops bu I made a selection with the special and hidden ones.
Primaverii neighborhood is known as neighborhood of the nomenclature of the Ceausescu regime between 1950 until 1989. It is elegant, elitist, eclectic, discussed, disputed, controversial and shaken by scandals part of the city.
Cotroceni is one of the greenest neighborhoods of the city. It’s a neighborhood with nice houses with big gardens, where you do not find the blocks. The neighborhood is stretched around the Cotroceni Presidential Palace. It is located in the western part of Bucharest, but very close to the center.
Romana area is a vibrant part of the city center. We selected a list of our favorite restaurants in the area, from exclusive and expensive ones to the hip but not so expensive ones.
Centrul Vechi has a few very nice shopping boutique that you shouldn’t miss. From cutting edge shops, to designer jeweler, niche perfumery or vintage shops, here’s a list of my favorite spots.
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.