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- Sector 3
- University of Bucharest
- Bucharest Mall
- Palace of the Parliament (Palatul Parlamentului)
- Yeshua Tova Synagogue
- Palace Hall (Sala Palatului)
- Bucharest City Hall
- Romanian Athenaeum
- Casino at JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel
- Revolution Square (Piata Revolutiei)
- Unirea Shopping Center
- National Museum of Art of Romania
- Bucharest Museum
- Carol Park
- Romanian National Opera
- National Arena
- Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral
- Polytechnic University of Bucharest
Best hotels in Bucharest
Bucharest is the capital city of Romania, as well as being a center for finance, industry, entertainment, and culture. The elegant architecture of the city has given rise to the nickname, "Little Paris", and a visit is like taking a look through the ages with its various styles, such as neo-Classical, Bauhaus, and Art Deco structures. Bucharest is the lively face of Romania, and offers plenty of historic as well as modern attractions. The city had enough to appeal to all tastes, and is the ideal place for romantic weekend getaways or cultural visits. Finding your ideal hotel in Bucharest can be a daunting experience. With Hotels.com, you can find the hotel in Bucharest which is well suited to your budget and expectations with the aid of thousands of user submitted reviews, hotel photo galleries, and the location of your potential hotel via our Google maps applet.
What's Bucharest Like?
Bucharest is a city packed with architecture that spans the ages, and history can be found around every corner. Shopping streets and malls such as Baneasa Shopping City, Bucharest Mall, Promenada Mall, and AFI Palace Cotroceni will keep anyone entertained all afternoon. There are plenty of museums and galleries throughout the city, such as the Muzeul Satului (Village Museum), Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History, Muzeul Taranului (Peasant Museum), and The National Museum of Art of Romania, which present artifacts from local, national, and art history through the ages. "Escape Rooms" have become popular in Bucharest, where a group of people must find their way out of a themed mystery room. If you are feeling adventurous you can enjoy the experience at Chambers - Real Escape Game, Escape Rooms Bucharest, and Mystery Rooms Escape.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bucharest
Bucharest experiences a humid climate, with a Summer that lasts from June to August and temperatures typically rise as high as 28°C, and temperatures being recorded as high as 40°C. The city center can be easily navigated by foot, making a sturdy pair of walking shoes essential. If you are traveling during the Summer months, a backpack with dry snacks and bottled water will be essential. A large percentage of locals speak English, however you can still bring a pocket phrase book if you want to try a few Romanian phrases. For more detailed information regarding festivals and attractions, you can find the local tourist information office on Piaţa Universității. The Hotels.com website includes a helpful Google maps applet so that you can enjoy a virtual tour of the area around your hotel.