Bucharest is the capital municipality, cultural, industrial, and financial centre of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania, located in the southeast of the country. Bucharest was first mentioned in documents in 1459. It became the capital of Romania in 1862 and is the centre of Romanian media, culture and art. Its architecture is a mix of historical (neo-classical), interbellum (Bauhaus and Art Deco), Communist-era and modern. In the period between the two World Wars, the city’s elegant architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of “Little Paris”.
Hotels and Resorts
- Inter Continental Bucharest is a 5 stars hotel with 283 air conditioned guest rooms. The hotel has a top floor fitness center, casino, indoor pool, spa, restaurant and a 24h guests services.
- Radisson Blu Bucharest. With 486 air conditioned guest rooms indoor and outdoor pool, casino, garden, spa, bar and 24h guests services and 5 stars classification.
- Howar Johnson Grand Plaza Hotel Bucharest is a 5 stars hotel with 285 guest rooms with air conditioned, casino, spa and bar/ lounge.
In Bucharest there are a lot of galleries. The more relevant are the Veroniki Art located in Murmurului, Bucharest.
Other important gallery is the Elite Art Gallery located in Str. Academiei N.15, sector 1, Bucharest.
In Bucharest it’s easy to find design shops if you’re located in the center of the city. You have the Atelier Anda Roman located in Grigore Alexandrescu street. This Atelier provides furniture retail services and also develops interior designs.
Roberto Cavalli store on high street Calea Victoriei. This is the first mono-brand store in Bucharest.
Fusion by Cornei which is a female clothes designer located in Lipscani Street.
In Bucharest you can visit the BDC (Bucharest Design Center). This is the first design center in Romania. Is mission is to promote de Romanian design and designers.
There are a lot of restaurants in the center of the city. “Caru’ Cu Bere” is one of the best. In “CARU’ CU BERE” design and food is the theme.
Other Restaurants in the center are the “Bistro La Taifas”, the “City Grill” and “Casa Gorsama”.
The National Museum of Art is the best known of Bucharest museums and it’s located in the Royal Palace. Other museums to visit are the Zambacian Museum, Gheorghe Tattarescu Museum and the Theodor Pallady Museum.
There are a lot of spas in Bucharest that can provides the calm and relax that you need. In the center of the city you can choose the Magnolia Spa, Orhidea Spa or the Oksana Salon.
Winery Outlet is one shopping that provides the excellent halewood winery. In this shop you can find one of the best wines produced in Romania.
Bucharest gives you a lot of choices about showrooms. However the most relevant is the Phoenix Tower Showroom.
In Bucharest you can find a lot of luxury properties. Apartments or Vilas the most part of them are located in the center of the city.
The most part of the shows take place in the summer. From music events to art shows the number of artist is growing up each year. The events can be of opera concerts, folk arts, contemporary art biennale or theatres shows and history expositions.
Points of interest
The most important are the Romanian Athenaeum, Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History, Herastrau Park and the Art In Bucharest.