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Discover Bucharest, discover Romania
Bucharest is one of the most important and populated cities in Romania, located in the southeast of the country and full of history to offer several attractions to our guests.


It was built after the 1980s, a 84 m high building, 12 floors on a surface of 330.000 sqm. Guinness Book of Records lists it on the second place in the world after The Pentagon, with a folded surface of 330.000 sqm and on the third place as volume with 2.550.000 m3.
People's house has huge lobbies, long corridors, numerous vast halls which of the largest one is called Unirii hall, a 16 m high room in a surface of 2200 sqm, here one can see the biggest chandelier in the palace weighing three tones and bearing 7000 bulbs.
After 1997, Casa Poporului becomes the Parliament Palace.
The Parliament Palace can be visited every day by organized groups
Address: Izvor street, no.2-4, district 5, Bucharest

Cotroceni Palace was designed to represent the residence of the princess successors to the Romania Kingdom, Ferdinand and Maria. Here took place very important political events for Romania's destiny Cotroceni Palace was built during 1893 - 1895 by the French architect Paul Gottreau, and subsequently it was extended and restored more than once along years.
The Palace uncovers its sumptuousness just from its entrance. The monumental stair surrounded by large corridors in French neo-baroque style reminds you of the Grand Opera House in Paris. The most representative configured areas are the Honor Hall, Grand Reception Salon, the suite in German Neo-Renaissance style. Since 1991, the building is the official residence of the President of Romania.
On certain occasions, "days of open doors", the palace can be visited by public.
Address: Geniului Avenue, no. 1, district 6, Bucharest

It is a monument dedicated to the unification of all Romanian territories.
The Triumph Arch is a classic style after the model of the great Triumph Arch of Paris. The monument is 11m high and 9,5m wide. The pillars bearing the monument have indoor stairs leading to its terrace. The facades are decorated with stone sculptures, protuberances, medallions, royal crowns and the figures of Queen Maria and of King Ferdinand, who contributed to the unification of the Romanian principalities in 1918. Renowned Romanian and foreign sculptors brought contribution to decorating this monument.
Address: The Triumph Arch lies at the junction of Kiseleff Avenue with Maresal Prezan and Maresal Averescu Avenues not far from one of the Southern ways of access to Herastrau Park.

It is one of the representative buildings of the capital and of the most important ones as it is the concert hall of Bucharest.
The funds for its construction were collected by public subscription upon the appeal, subsequently famous ''give one leu for the athenaeum''.
The building was raised during 1886-1888, and its outdoor architecture represents a combination of various styles: neoclassic, baroque, ionic.
The Romanian Athenaeum lies in Victoriei Avenue, in George Enescu Square.
Here is also located George Enescu Philharmonic".
Address: Franklin street, no. 3, district 1, Bucharest.

In Romania events of lyric music go back to the 19th century and, however, the Romanian Opera is a relative new building (1953). The building with a special architecture seats 2200 persons and its upper floor there is the Opera Museum exhibiting documents, photos and artists cloths.
In front of the building you can admire the bronze statue of the great musician George Enescu.
Address: Mihail Kogalniceanu Avenue, no.70-72, district 5, Bucuresti


The imposing building of the National Theatre was built in the years 1967-1970, after a design drawn by a group of architects.
From its beginnings the National Theatre represents a cultural environment where a national drama have been developed, where the public have got in touch with the newest and most interesting universal drama plays, where the first school of Romanian direction asserted itself and where generations of great drama and comedy artists have been formed.
Address: Nicolae Balcescu Avenue, No.2, district 1, 010051 Bucuresti


A visit to the National Museum of Natural History "Grigore Antipa" means a fascinating travel in time back to the Universe genesis and up today while one may learn about the creation of the planet we live on, how beings appeared and evolved how the diversity of life forms we see today at every step have been reached. The patrimony of the museum is made up over 2million items, grouped in various zoological, paleontological, minerals and rocks, and ethnographic collections. Address: Kiseleff Avenue no. 1, district 1, Bucharest

It is the most significant museum of art in our country and it was set up in 1950 in the former royal palace of the capital.
The National Museum of Art hosts three art galleries: Gallery a of European Art, Gallery of Old Romanian Art, Modern Romanian Art Gallery.
Address: Victoriei Avenue, no.49-53, district 3, Bucharest


It represents the most important museum of the Romanian state. It exhibits objects with historical value, discovered on the current territory of Romania and dated from prehistoric times to the contemporary period. The museum was established in 1970, with a view to illustrate the cultural performances recorded along all the historical ages in the geographical space of Romania.
Here famous treasures, old objects made of precious metals and a lot of other priceless archeological and historical pieces.
Adsress: Victoriei Avenue, no.12, district 3, Bucharest

Inaugurated in 1936, The Village Museum represents one the most attractive tourist destination.
It is a museum in open air surrounded by large green areas and lakes and it surfaces 30 ha.
The museum offer the large public the possibility of getting knowledge about the life, customs and traditions of the rural environment as over 70 traditional farm premises equipped with traditional tools, a water mill, a wind mill, an oil press etc., collected from all the country provinces.
Address: Kiseleff Avenue no. 28-30, district 1, Bucharest

The museum is opened in a neo-Romanian style building, inspired from the Brancovenesc tradition and that was finished in 1941.
This one the most diversified museums of such kind in Europe, being well known for the variety of its collections.
Address: Kiseleff Avenue no. 3, district 1, Bucharest


This garden, an important center for scientific research, maintains a large variety of plants. The museum of this garden is located close to the entrance gate in a beautiful Brancoveanu style building.
The Botanical Garden spreads on 17 ha, the first greenhouses dating from 1891.
Address: CotrocenI Avenue, No. 32, Bucharest

This is the largest park in Bucharest, arranged in 1936 on the banks of Herastrau Lake. At present the Herastrau Park surfaces about 110 ha and hosts both entertainment places and cultural sites such as Elisabeta Palace and the Village Museum.
Address: Aviatorilor Avenue, Bucharest

This is the oldest public garden of Bucharest and arranged in the style of British parks.
In summer time boating and in winter time skating are the main attraction.
Address : Mihail Kogalniceanu Avenue, Bucharest


Mediterranean holiday style on gorgeous beaches
Beautiful weather from spring to autumn and huge stretches of golden sand make Romanian seaside resorts on the Black Sea an ideal destination for sea holidays. You can find here everything you want: hotels equipped with all modern facilities, a lively nightlife, a wide variety of fields and gyms and many tourist attractions on the coast, from castles to vineyards.

From flora and fauna to water sports, in its all totality, the Romanian Black Sea coast stretches over a distance of 245 km (153 miles), from intact fascinating natural reserves of the Danube Delta in many modern holiday centers. While the Delta area is strictly protected, the southern area, with a length of 72 km (45 miles) was transformed into a chain of seaside resorts and SPAs that meet the most demanding tastes, from children to the grandparents. In addition, virtually there are no tides in the Black Sea, so swimming can be safely practiced much better than other parts of the world.

Danube Delta - natural reserve
A natural paradise lies at the mouth of the Danube to the Black Sea, where the river ends its long journey of 2860 km (1,788 miles) from its source in the Black Forest in Germany. For centuries, the delta area has enlarged because the bank brought down by the river, forming a network of channels, lakes, reed isles, tropical woods, pastures and sand dunes that now cover almost 5640 km2 (2200 square miles). This amazing wetland shelters over three hundred species of birds and many species of fish, the sturgeon to carp and perch, while the range of 1,150 species of plants range from lianas entwined tree trunks in oak forests water lilies. There is therefore no wonder that UNESCO designated the Danube Delta as a "Biosphere Reserve”. As a visitor, you can explore by boat this amazing natural haven of tranquility and full calm, this experience making you to imagine that you are really entering in one of the pages of National Geographic magazine.

Hospitable Mountains in all seasons
Alpine entertainment in winter and during the summer you can join with Romanian traditions. Anyone has access in the Romanian mountains so you can take a walk and climbing wherever you want to, both in summer and winter. Carpathian Mountains is a relaxing space where you will experience unforgettable. Poiana Brasov is the most famous resort (there is a group of small resorts) and is located 13 kilometers (eight miles) from the city of Brasov.
In Poiana Brasov well-groomed Ski slopes with lengths up to 4500 meters. Their degree of difficulty ranges from easy to difficult. Most ski monitors speak English, German or French. Nightlife is intense; there are numerous bars, discos, folklore shows and cabarets.
In the same area of the southern Carpathian there is Sinaia, a mountain resort dating back to 1870 and having a ski slope and bobsledding, Predeal, which has 15 slopes and Busteni where you can practice climbing in summer. There are numerous smaller resorts: Paltinis, near Sibiu, Secu, Valiug, Three Waters and Crivaia in Banat in the Semenic Mountains, Durau, near legendary Ceahlau, in the Eastern Carpathians and Borsa in Maramures.

Natural reserves and wildlife
There are numerous nature reserves that protect an area of 75,000 hectares. Some of them, like the Retezat Mountains, were designed as national parks whose fauna include the bald eagle, a very rare species, chamois, marmots, wild boar, lynx and bear.

Balnear / Termal resorts/areas
Herculane: The oldest resort in Romania and one of the oldest in the world. Water sources have between 38 and 53 temperature degrees Celsius, and some between 46 and 56 degrees Celsius. The resort is situated in Caras-Severin, Cerna Valley, 5 km from the main route linking western Romania Bucharest. The resort is part of Domogled-Cerna Valley National Park.

Calimanesti – Caciulata: It is considered the most beautiful thermal resort from Olt Valley being famous for its therapeutic effects of the mineral waters, for bio climate and multitude or touristic attractions in the area. Calimenesti mineral waters were used by French emperor Napoleon III himself.

Sovata – is situated about 15 km from Targu Mures and has been mentioned as a cure place since 1597. The fame of the resort is due to lakes Ursu, Alunis, Green, Black, Red, Blackbird and Snakes all of them having chlorinated and sodium waters. In Red Lake, which is formed by a massive salt is the phenomenon helio thermic (summer water temperature varies depending on solar heat accumulation in salt water, warm water being protected by a layer of fresh water from the rivulets, not mix with the salt water but remains on the surface, acting as a thermal insulator). In the summer, this process creates at Bear Lake a temperature between 10-20 ° C at the surface, at a depth of 30-40 ° C and 40-60 ° Cat a depth of 1, 5 m.
Covasna – Covasna resort, located 31 km from Saint George and 60 km from Brasov is often called the 1000 mineral springs resort or resort of the heart.

Baile Govora: The resort is situated in the northeastern county of Valcea and can be reached by walking on DN67, Ramnicu Valcea-Horezu-Targu Jiu. Govora name is said to come from the Thracian-Dacian dialect and means dent, valley springs.
Govora is one of the wealthiest resorts in iodine and bromine water in Europe, iodine and bromine having organic origin.

Baile Felix – Felix SPAs are in Bihor County, 9 km from Oradea and the main attraction are the thermal waters that reach high temperatures, which allows even conducting open-air baths in the winter.

Apuseni Mountains
One of the most attractive tourist destinations in Romania is the Apuseni Mountains. Flora. The landscape and traditions that are still preserved in Stone Land completes the series of reasons that describe it as a place that no tourist should miss it. Scărişoara Glacier, Ionele Gate, Glacier Vartop Cave Bear, Rosia Montana, waterfall "Bride's Veil" or Tarniţa Lake are among the most popular tourist attractions in the area.
Monasteries form Bucovina are part of UNESCO being recorded in 1993 in the catalog of great monuments of the world. They are unique in the world through their architecture that characterizes the glory age of Moldova and by their exterior painting: Arbore, Sucevita, Moldova , Humor, Voronet, Probota, Patrauti, Metropolitan Cathedral in Suceava.