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Holidays to Bucharest

Introduction

Bucharest is the capital city of Romania, and the financial and cultural hub of the country. The city is a captivating mix of old and new, with ancient medieval ruins, Art Deco buildings, remnants of the communist era, and modern glass and steel structures. For those looking for an up and coming modern yet historical European city break, Bucharest is a great option.

The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest

What to See and do on a Holiday to Bucharest

Bucharest has a rich and fascinating history, and there is nowhere better to learn about the city and country than one of the many museums scattered throughout the city. To learn about Romanian culture and traditions, the Village Museum and the Museum of the Romanian Peasant offer visitors a glimpse into Romanian folklore and customs. The National History Museum tells the story of the region from prehistoric times until today, and the Museum of Contemporary Art showcases masterpieces from more recent times.

For those who want to see Romanian decadence at its finest, the Palace of the Parliament is a must-see destination on a holiday to Bucharest. This is the second largest building in the world, and nearly everything in the building originates from Romania. There are 12 stories, over 3,000 rooms, and impressive neo-classical marble pillars, scalloped arches, and luxurious interior design elements. This is a great example of the decadence of the Ceausescu regime.

For travellers who want more of a social scene, Bucharest does not disappoint. The city has a very youthful energy thanks to its large student population, so there are plenty of coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs where you can enjoy good food and drink and meet other people. By night the trendy bars and cafes lining the cobblestone streets of the old centre of the city are popular meeting places for people of all ages.

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For travellers who want more of a social scene, Bucharest does not disappoint. The city has a very youthful energy thanks to its large student population, so there are plenty of coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs where you can enjoy good food and drink and meet other people. By night the trendy bars and cafes lining the cobblestone streets of the old centre of the city are popular meeting places for people of all ages.