Upon your arrival in Bucharest, you may be hoping to take advantage of this European city and the offers brings. And, indeed, you can! But it’s not that simple. Finding something that fits can be a challenge, even to the bravest shopper.
When talking about going out, Bucharest has two completely faces. One is very fancy and posh and the other one is artistic, eclectic, lets say an underground face. So, if you want to spend your time in creative, alternative places, here’s where you should be
If your into electronic music, Bucharest has a few official clubs were to go but most electronic music nights are in unconventional places, rented just for that one night. There are two big clubs, the oldest in Bucharest, were all the international DJ’s that you can think of, played.
In your travels through Romania, you’re definitely meet some very attractive people. Romania is famous for the beauty of the feminine sex! So you, the horny traveler or business person is likely to see someone you find very attractive.
Whether you just want to drink tea or want to go deeper into the stories of Bucharest, will offer you a list of tea houses with personalities, beautiful gardens and nice initiative like workshops, donations and charities.
Bucharest is a big city that can be very hot in the summer. Most of the people run to a swimming pool during the day so if you don’t see too many people on the street during the day, here’s were you can find them.
Bucharest or Little Paris is dotted with palaces. Lots of them are very well conserved because they host important institutions. There are some spectacular palaces in Bucharest that are less widely publicized, well preserved buildings, but hidden from view.
Bucharest is a city of contrast when it comes to architecture. You can find palaces build over 200 years ago, buildings that are now historical architectural jewelry, small houses or communist buildings. You have to walk with your eyes wide open to feel the spirit of this old city.
Romania is an Orthodox Christian country. Many Romanian's place a high value on religion. The Romanians were open to accept the other religions of people living in Bucharest, therefore, the Italian Church or the England Church were build, to name a few.