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Best Tourist Attractions Next to Victoriei Square in Bucharest

Right in the center of the city you will find the Victoriei Square, a place which hides numerous cultural, historical and very beautiful treasures. The Victoriei Square is connected with other important areas of the city, which makes it a place of interest for the tourists and also for the locals who still want to let themselves be amazed by the buildings’ architecture and history. The museums next to...

Cotroceni Palace

Bucharest is not only a modern city, but it is also filled with history. On every street and in every neighborhood you can find a building that tells stories, and one of them is the Cotroceni Palace. While you are in Bucharest, make sure you take a day to visit it; you will not regret. The Cotroceni Palace is the home of the President of Romania, but even so a part of it is open for visitation since 27 of...

Romanian Military Museum King Ferdinand I

The National Military Museum King Ferdinand I is one of the largest historical institution from Romania. The museum has a surface of 22,150 square meters, being one of the most important and visited cultural attractions in the country. The exhibition area is composed of buildings with a total number of nine floors and an exterior park dedicated to military technique where there are displayed artillery...

The Old Princely Court

The Old Princely Court was the first Royal Court built in Bucharest. Initially, it included a Palace, a church, spaces meant for servants and the royal gardens. We know only a few details about the Court’s founder, but according to historical researchers who have studied the history of Bucharest, it was built by Mircea cel Batran. Today, the Old Princely Court is an outdoor museum which hosts quite often...

House Melik

The Museum Theodor Pallady, hosted by House Melik, is one of the oldest buildings in Bucharest, which hides behind its walls a rich and troubled history. Even though it was abandoned in 1857 and damaged by a fire in 1913, it still impresses its visitors with an amazing architecture and unique charm. Among the narrow streets and the rich architectural stories next to the Armeneasca, on Spatarului Street...

Dimitrie Gusti Village Museum

On the shore of Herastrau lake, right in the heart of Romanian’s Capital, visitors have the joy of discovering a real village, one with monuments and artifacts from the XVII century, unique constructions originating from the most important ethnographic areas that had the chance to reborn within the Dimitrie Gusti National Museum. Creating the Village Museum wasn’t a sudden decision. It was the result...

MNAC

MNAC is actually an acronym for the Contemporary Art Museum in Bucharest, a place that offers a lot of interesting cultural events as well as various exhibits from numerous interesting Romanian artists. You can easily access it as it is part of the Palace of the Parliament on Calea 13 Septembrie, by getting off at the Izvor metro station. If you want to take a break from your stroll through Bucharest this...

Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History

Among the numerous cultural institutions and tourist attractions that are available in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, the Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History stands out as one of the most interesting, modern and eye-catching museums in the city and perhaps in the entire South Eastern European region. Located in the northern part of Bucharest, a stone’s throw from the culturally...

Bucharest’s National Peasant Museum

Bucharest, the capital of Romania boasts some of the most impressive and diverse tourist attractions the country has to offer. From historical churches to beautiful parks or scars from the country’s dictatorial past you will find it all in Bucharest. The capital city also offers some stunning museum that tourists can visit while spending time there. One of the most interesting and authentic is the...

Lvmen est omen at Romanian Peasant’s Museum

Throughout the months of July and August, you can visit at the Romanian Peasant’s Museum in Bucharest an interesting exhibition intriguingly called “Lvmen est omen”. The opening event took place on July 3rd and the exhibition is organized in close collaboration by a number of cultural Romanian and international institutions like Transylvania's Ethnographic Museum from Cluj, Romanian Peasant’s...

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