Trip Plan Details
- Parcul HerăstrăuBucharest, Romaniarecommended Parcul HerăstrăuRecommended for:
- Muzeul Ţăranului RomânE60 Şoseaua Kiseleff 3, Sector 1, București 011341, Româniarecommended Muzeul Ţăranului RomânRecommended for:
- Centrul Vechi, BucureștiCentrul Vechi, București, Româniarecommended Centrul Vechi, BucureștiRecommended for:
- Parcul TitanTitan, București, Româniarecommended Parcul TitanRecommended for:
- Muzeul de Ştiinţe ale Naturii Grigore AntipaSos. Kiseleff nr. 1, Bucharest 011341, Romaniarecommended Muzeul de Ştiinţe ale Naturii Grigore AntipaRecommended for:
- Parcul CișmigiuBulevardul Regina Elisabeta, București, Româniarecommended Parcul CișmigiuRecommended for:
- Museum of the Romanian PeasantE60 Şoseaua Kiseleff 3, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romaniarecommended Museum of the Romanian PeasantWidely regarded as Bucharest's best museum, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant recreates the theme of the Village Museum, displaying objects from all aspects of folk life, often in a playful manner. ... read moreThe collection includes religious and communist iconography, peasant clothing and weavings, ceramics, painted eggs, and handmade tools.Recommended for:Yellonero
The one museum you can't miss in Bucharest.
- Calise RestaurantConstantin Noica 140, Bucharest, Romaniarecommended Calise RestaurantThis restaurant was recommended to me by the hostel staff but once I got there I wasn't really sure what to order. Luckily, the owner spoke French (was VERY happy to show off his French, actually ... read morehaha) and ordered this traditional Romanian dish for me: tochitura cu mamaliguta - a sausage/chicken/beef stew with polenta. I found the mamaliguta, the Romanian/Moldovan version of polenta, more to my liking than the original Italian, to be honest, thicker and tastier. The stew was a whole lot better than what I had in Russia (Russian stew = nyet!). The Ciuc beer, "the Budweiser of Romania", didn't disappoint either, less bitter than the beers in the Baltic states. Excellent meal, in a lovely courtyard setting.Recommended for:Yellonero
It's not far from the Gara de Nord (the main train station). LOVE this restaurant.
- Hanul lui ManucStr. Franceza 62-64, Bucharest, Romaniarecommended Hanul lui ManucManuc's Inn is the oldest operating hotel building in Bucharest. It houses a popular restaurant, several bars, and a coffee-house. Its most distinctive feature is the massive, balconied courtyard at ... read moreits center.Recommended for:Yellonero
It's smack in the middle of the Old Quarter of Bucharest.
- Muzeul SatuluiȘoseaua Kiseleff 28-30, Bucharest, Romaniarecommended Muzeul SatuluiThe Village Museum (Muzeul Satului in Romanian) is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herăstrău Park (Bucharest, Romania), showcasing traditional Romanian village life.Recommended for:
recommended Palace of the ParliamentThe Palace is the world's largest civilian building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building.Recommended for:
- Caru cu BereStrada Stavropoleos 5, Bucharest 030081, Romaniarecommended Caru cu BereVery good food in old townRecommended for:
- Stavropoleos MonasteryStrada Poştei, Bucharest, Romaniarecommended Stavropoleos MonasteryRecommended for:
recommended BucharestThis is a great city to visit even if the infrastructure seems to be a bit tired. We enjoyed just walking around to see the architecture and the natives.Recommended for:Leigh Virkus
We like cities and this one was fascinating. This is like going to Russia without the visa. I think it would be worth a couple of days and then also going to the Black Sea. Check out the Wikitravel site for more information especially the stay safe section. The dogs, although visible were never a problem.