At first glance, you wouldn’t think of Bucharest as an artistic city but actually, this is one of the things we have to be proud. The art scene is growing year after year. There are classical art galleries, unconventional ones, contemporary…you name it! Here are my favorite art spots in town.
As any other European city with a long history, Bucharest has many museums. You can be busy for a week, but if you just want to have the big picture here’s a list of museums that are worth visiting.
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.
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 .