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Silviu’s guidebook for Bucharest

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Silviu’s guidebook for Bucharest

Hang-out places in Bucharest
Restaurants, clubs & more
Great traditional food & atmosphere. Romanian songs and traditional dance live shows. Beautifully decorated.
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Restaurant Vatra
19 Strada Actor Ion Brezoianu
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Great traditional food & atmosphere. Romanian songs and traditional dance live shows. Beautifully decorated.
A landmark in Bucharest landscape. Exquisite architecture, great music, atmosphere & Romanian traditional cuisine. A must go to place for every tourist who wants to enjoy the best of Bucharest lifestyle has to offer.
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Caru' cu bere
5 Strada Stavropoleos
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A landmark in Bucharest landscape. Exquisite architecture, great music, atmosphere & Romanian traditional cuisine. A must go to place for every tourist who wants to enjoy the best of Bucharest lifestyle has to offer.
Great place to hang out in the evening for food & drinks. Large terrace, great music with an alternative/rock touch. One of the best pizzas in town - try pizza Fabrica and you will not regret it. Place has also a concert stage indoor where usually live bands play. Great lively atmosphere.
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Fabrica Club
50 Strada 11 Iunie
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Great place to hang out in the evening for food & drinks. Large terrace, great music with an alternative/rock touch. One of the best pizzas in town - try pizza Fabrica and you will not regret it. Place has also a concert stage indoor where usually live bands play. Great lively atmosphere.
Good food, mostly Romanian dishes but also some international ones. Reasonable prices, great interior design, ideal for a lunch break, a business meeting but also for a nice romantic dinner in the Old Town of Bucharest.
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City Grill Covaci
19 Strada Covaci
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Good food, mostly Romanian dishes but also some international ones. Reasonable prices, great interior design, ideal for a lunch break, a business meeting but also for a nice romantic dinner in the Old Town of Bucharest.
Great selection of wines and the perfect dishes to go with them. The owner is a real connoisseur and he is always around to consult you and recommend the best wine for you. Beautifully designed and great atmosphere, prices also are quite affordable for the high quality of the offers. If you like a good wine, you have to visit it!
ENOTEK
49A Strada Maria Rosetti
Great selection of wines and the perfect dishes to go with them. The owner is a real connoisseur and he is always around to consult you and recommend the best wine for you. Beautifully designed and great atmosphere, prices also are quite affordable for the high quality of the offers. If you like a good wine, you have to visit it!
Experience the Bucharest of Old - Take a step back in time and enjoy a blend of sophistication and tradition from Bucharest’s Golden Age.
Casa Doina
4 Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff
Experience the Bucharest of Old - Take a step back in time and enjoy a blend of sophistication and tradition from Bucharest’s Golden Age.
Always full of life, lots of pubs, restaurants & more.
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Old Town
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Always full of life, lots of pubs, restaurants & more.
El Grande Commandante Pub & More is a relaxing, pleasant environment, a place where you can enjoy your coffee or wine by listening to jazz or blues. You can find them on Calarasi Street no. 55. https://www.facebook.com/elgrandecomandantepub/
El Grande Comandante
26 Strada Viitorului
El Grande Commandante Pub & More is a relaxing, pleasant environment, a place where you can enjoy your coffee or wine by listening to jazz or blues. You can find them on Calarasi Street no. 55. https://www.facebook.com/elgrandecomandantepub/
Located in the heart of Bucharest on 40 Mantuleasa Street, close to Carol I Boulevard, Mantuleasa 40 restaurant invites you to rediscover the relaxed pleasures of a good meal in the city with family or colleagues. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, we are waiting for you with an intimate and friendly atmosphere alongside our delicious Romanian traditional dishes as well as delicacies from international cuisine. Our restaurant has a lounge with a capacity of 70 seats and a spacious and bright terrace with a capacity of over 60 seats arranged in a quiet and cool natural setting, the ideal place for a lunch on hot summer days. Both the delicious taste of our cooked dishes with a good deal of our chefs, and the kindness and good mood with which the staff meet you, complete our well-known hospitality and the slogan "Let's lick your fingers!
Mantuleasa40
40 Strada Mântuleasa
Located in the heart of Bucharest on 40 Mantuleasa Street, close to Carol I Boulevard, Mantuleasa 40 restaurant invites you to rediscover the relaxed pleasures of a good meal in the city with family or colleagues. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, we are waiting for you with an intimate and friendly atmosphere alongside our delicious Romanian traditional dishes as well as delicacies from international cuisine. Our restaurant has a lounge with a capacity of 70 seats and a spacious and bright terrace with a capacity of over 60 seats arranged in a quiet and cool natural setting, the ideal place for a lunch on hot summer days. Both the delicious taste of our cooked dishes with a good deal of our chefs, and the kindness and good mood with which the staff meet you, complete our well-known hospitality and the slogan "Let's lick your fingers!
The biggest wellness, relaxation and entertainment center in Europe. Located North of Bucharest, just 10 minutes away from the city, Therme București is a wellness concept for a modern lifestyle, dedicated to your well-being. Therme București has an indoor temperature of 29-30 degrees Celsius and a water temperature of 33 degrees Celsius, every month of the year. The thermal water makes its way from deep underground to supply 9 pools, 6 saunas, 4 wet saunas and 16 water slides. At Therme București, nature meets man in the most beautiful setup, which hosts the largest botanical garden in Romania with over 800,000 plants, including 1,500 palm trees, orchids and many other unique species. With entertainment and recreation facilities that are completely new in Romania, Therme București is the ideal destination for the whole family. It is the perfect place to experiment the culture of wellness at its highest level.
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Therme Bucharest
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The biggest wellness, relaxation and entertainment center in Europe. Located North of Bucharest, just 10 minutes away from the city, Therme București is a wellness concept for a modern lifestyle, dedicated to your well-being. Therme București has an indoor temperature of 29-30 degrees Celsius and a water temperature of 33 degrees Celsius, every month of the year. The thermal water makes its way from deep underground to supply 9 pools, 6 saunas, 4 wet saunas and 16 water slides. At Therme București, nature meets man in the most beautiful setup, which hosts the largest botanical garden in Romania with over 800,000 plants, including 1,500 palm trees, orchids and many other unique species. With entertainment and recreation facilities that are completely new in Romania, Therme București is the ideal destination for the whole family. It is the perfect place to experiment the culture of wellness at its highest level.
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Manuc's Inn
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Casa Cu Nuci
21 Strada Sfântul Ștefan
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La Mama
9 Strada Episcopiei
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Café Verona
13-15 Strada Pictor Arthur Verona
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Berăria H
32 Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff
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Hard Rock Cafe
32 Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff
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Restaurant La Ciurucuri
Culture & Spirituality tour
The Mihai Vodă Monastery, founded by Mihai Viteazul, is one of the oldest buildings in Bucharest. It was built in 1591, surrounded by stone walls, similar to a fortress. The monastery buildings served multiple purposes over time such as residence of the country's leaders, military hospital, medical school and the site of the National Archives of Romania. The monastery was an important archeological site; inside the monastery yard used to be a Dacian archeological site, more than 3000 years old, where old pottery and other relics were found.
Mihai Vodă Monastery
4 Strada Sapienței
The Mihai Vodă Monastery, founded by Mihai Viteazul, is one of the oldest buildings in Bucharest. It was built in 1591, surrounded by stone walls, similar to a fortress. The monastery buildings served multiple purposes over time such as residence of the country's leaders, military hospital, medical school and the site of the National Archives of Romania. The monastery was an important archeological site; inside the monastery yard used to be a Dacian archeological site, more than 3000 years old, where old pottery and other relics were found.
The monastery was founded by Alexandru II Mircea (1568–1577) and his lady Ecaterina (Catherine) to give thanks for their victory in battle. It was intended to be the metropolitan church of the capital. The monastery was completely renovated during 1969-1974, on the initiative of patriarch Justinian Marina. Upon his death in 1977, the patriarch was laid to rest in a grave in the interior wall of the monastery. The monastery is also the site of the remains of a fortified settlement from the Dacian Era (100 BC - AD 100).
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Radu Vodă Monastery
24A Strada Radu Vodă
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The monastery was founded by Alexandru II Mircea (1568–1577) and his lady Ecaterina (Catherine) to give thanks for their victory in battle. It was intended to be the metropolitan church of the capital. The monastery was completely renovated during 1969-1974, on the initiative of patriarch Justinian Marina. Upon his death in 1977, the patriarch was laid to rest in a grave in the interior wall of the monastery. The monastery is also the site of the remains of a fortified settlement from the Dacian Era (100 BC - AD 100).
The National Museum of Art of Romania is the country’s prime holder of Romanian, European and Oriental art. Located in the former Royal Palace in Bucharest, it includes the National Gallery (Romanian medieval and modern art) and the European Art Gallery. Apart from numerous temporary exhibitions, visitors can also join guided tours of the former Throne Hall and other spaces of historical relevance.
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Statens museum for kunst
49-53 Calea Victoriei
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The National Museum of Art of Romania is the country’s prime holder of Romanian, European and Oriental art. Located in the former Royal Palace in Bucharest, it includes the National Gallery (Romanian medieval and modern art) and the European Art Gallery. Apart from numerous temporary exhibitions, visitors can also join guided tours of the former Throne Hall and other spaces of historical relevance.
The St. Anthony Church was built on the site of another old wooden house and served as the chapel for the Royal Court. The original inscription of the St. Anthony Church - the Old Court disappeared, but the writing written by Serban Cantacuzino was preserved in 1715 when he rebuilt the painting occasion with which he added to the entrance a beautiful stone chest, carved in Renaissance style
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Biserica Sfântul Anton
33 Strada Franceză
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The St. Anthony Church was built on the site of another old wooden house and served as the chapel for the Royal Court. The original inscription of the St. Anthony Church - the Old Court disappeared, but the writing written by Serban Cantacuzino was preserved in 1715 when he rebuilt the painting occasion with which he added to the entrance a beautiful stone chest, carved in Renaissance style
The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului in Romanian) is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the King Michael I Park (Bucharest, Romania), showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum extends to over 100,000 m2, and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania.
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"Dimitrie Gusti" National Village Museum
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The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului in Romanian) is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the King Michael I Park (Bucharest, Romania), showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum extends to over 100,000 m2, and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania.
The Romanian Peasant Museum is part of the European family of Museums of Popular Art and Traditions. It is a national museum, under the Ministry of Culture’s patronage. In possession of an especially rich collection of objects, hosted in a Neo-Romanian style historical monument-building, our Museum developed a highly original museography honored in 1996 by receiving the EMYA – European Museum of the Year Award. The originality of the exhibiting style is continued in the Museum’s publications, in actions such as the Missionary Museum, the Village School, concerts, conferences and exhibition openings.
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Museum of the Romanian Peasant
3 Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff
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The Romanian Peasant Museum is part of the European family of Museums of Popular Art and Traditions. It is a national museum, under the Ministry of Culture’s patronage. In possession of an especially rich collection of objects, hosted in a Neo-Romanian style historical monument-building, our Museum developed a highly original museography honored in 1996 by receiving the EMYA – European Museum of the Year Award. The originality of the exhibiting style is continued in the Museum’s publications, in actions such as the Missionary Museum, the Village School, concerts, conferences and exhibition openings.
The Palace of the Parliament (Romanian: Palatul Parlamentului) is the seat of the Parliament of Romania. The building has a developed area of 365,000 m2, making it the world's third-largest administrative building, after The Pentagon and Long'ao Building, and in terms of volume, with its 2.55 million m3, it is among the most massive.[27] For comparison, it can be mentioned that the building exceeds by 2% the volume of the Great Pyramid of Giza along the Nile River in Egypt,[28] and therefore some sources label it as a "pharaonic" construction.[29]
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Parlamentets Palads
2-4 Strada Izvor
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The Palace of the Parliament (Romanian: Palatul Parlamentului) is the seat of the Parliament of Romania. The building has a developed area of 365,000 m2, making it the world's third-largest administrative building, after The Pentagon and Long'ao Building, and in terms of volume, with its 2.55 million m3, it is among the most massive.[27] For comparison, it can be mentioned that the building exceeds by 2% the volume of the Great Pyramid of Giza along the Nile River in Egypt,[28] and therefore some sources label it as a "pharaonic" construction.[29]
Founded in 2001, the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania (MNAC Bucharest) has grown into a lively institution, dedicated to exhibiting, researching, and promoting Romanian contemporary art. Located in a building with strong symbolic meaning, the Palace of the Parliament – known in the 1980s as the People’s House, MNAC Bucharest has the largest space dedicated to contemporary art from Romania, where it produces shows of relevant local and international artists, while valorizing its own collections in a holistic approach of visual culture. Being the heir of several institutions from the mid 20th century, MNAC has a patrimony of over thirty thousand works of art, documentary files, photographs and negatives, subject to continuous research, organisation and public exposure.
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MNAC - Muzeul Național de Artă Contemporană al României
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Founded in 2001, the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania (MNAC Bucharest) has grown into a lively institution, dedicated to exhibiting, researching, and promoting Romanian contemporary art. Located in a building with strong symbolic meaning, the Palace of the Parliament – known in the 1980s as the People’s House, MNAC Bucharest has the largest space dedicated to contemporary art from Romania, where it produces shows of relevant local and international artists, while valorizing its own collections in a holistic approach of visual culture. Being the heir of several institutions from the mid 20th century, MNAC has a patrimony of over thirty thousand works of art, documentary files, photographs and negatives, subject to continuous research, organisation and public exposure.
The Romanian National History Museum continues to be one of the representative institutions of Romanian culture, holding a very valuable fund of mobile heritage assets illustrating all the significant periods in the past of the Romanian people and the civilizations that existed in the past territory of our country. The rich heritage includes over 650,000 pieces (a number that increases annually and among which are remarkable objects), organized in the following collections: ceramics, lapidarium-tegularium, numismatics, philately, medal-sigilography, thesaurus, manuscripts, prints, decorative, historical photobook, stamps, maps, metal, weapons and equipment, textiles and furniture.
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National Museum of Romanian History
12 Calea Victoriei
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The Romanian National History Museum continues to be one of the representative institutions of Romanian culture, holding a very valuable fund of mobile heritage assets illustrating all the significant periods in the past of the Romanian people and the civilizations that existed in the past territory of our country. The rich heritage includes over 650,000 pieces (a number that increases annually and among which are remarkable objects), organized in the following collections: ceramics, lapidarium-tegularium, numismatics, philately, medal-sigilography, thesaurus, manuscripts, prints, decorative, historical photobook, stamps, maps, metal, weapons and equipment, textiles and furniture.
The symbolic edifice of the national culture, the Romanian Athenaeum, built in the heart of Bucharest 120 years ago (1886-1888), became the architectural and spiritual exponent not only of a city, of a capital, but of a nation. Here the great Romanian personalities and scholars have lectured here, all the consecrated and young professional artists of the country, here are many world-class bands and soloists, here "masterpieces of the native musical literature" , here were the first extensive exhibitions, retrospective painting and sculpture of the masters of the national plastic art, there were kings and queens, politicians and outstanding guests from abroad to participate in events of national and universal importance in - a word, at the Romanian Athenaeum, there were moments of historical magnitude that were inscribed in the golden book of our people.
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Rumænsk athenæum
1-3 Strada Benjamin Franklin
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The symbolic edifice of the national culture, the Romanian Athenaeum, built in the heart of Bucharest 120 years ago (1886-1888), became the architectural and spiritual exponent not only of a city, of a capital, but of a nation. Here the great Romanian personalities and scholars have lectured here, all the consecrated and young professional artists of the country, here are many world-class bands and soloists, here "masterpieces of the native musical literature" , here were the first extensive exhibitions, retrospective painting and sculpture of the masters of the national plastic art, there were kings and queens, politicians and outstanding guests from abroad to participate in events of national and universal importance in - a word, at the Romanian Athenaeum, there were moments of historical magnitude that were inscribed in the golden book of our people.
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Stavropoleos Monastery Church
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The Coral Temple
9 Strada Sfânta Vineri