10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest

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10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest

10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest

Parliament House, National Museum of the Romanian Peasant and old churches are among the places that should be visited in Bucharest, according to recommendations made by the American magazine National Geographic Traveler.

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National Geographic Traveler has made a top 10 of things that tourists can do in Bucharest. In this list are included visits to museums and emblematic buildings of the capital, and tasting of traditional Romanian dishes.

Thus, visiting Parliament House is one of the attractions of the National Geographic recommends arriving in Bucharest.

Another recommendation for visitors Bucharest is to walk through the city to see the architecture of buildings and beauty parks. An example of this is Cişmigiu Park, located in downtown. It is also recommended a walk on Kiseleff, where you can admire old villas, Arc de Triomphe and Herastrau.

No Romanian cuisine is not forgotten. Sarmalele with polenta should not be missed by those visiting Bucharest. In this regard, examples are given premises Caru ‘cu Bere and Tears and Saints, where you can taste traditional Romanian cuisine.

Also, visitors are invited to discover and Romania‘s rural traditions. Leaving aside the crowded boulevards of Bucharest, visitors can discover the rural traditions of our country with a visit to the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, shown on the website National Geographic Traveler.

Another thing to be done by visitors Bucharest is “to show ful” for Vlad Tepes. Although Vlad Tepes is associated more with the Transylvania region, those who know the story of Dracula in Bram Stoker‘s book can go to visit the monastery situated 40 kilometers from Bucharest, which is the island located in the northern part of Lake Snagov, where supposed to have been the tomb of Vlad Tepes. Although it turned out that it was not buried here, Snagov is a good place for an outing, says National Geographic Traveler.

 

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No contemporary art should not be missed by visitors Bucharest, believes the National Geographic Traveler. Initially, interest in this type of art has shown a group of painters and visual artists from Cluj-Napoca, but many of their works were brought to the capital, with the opening of new galleries. The galleries that recommends the National Geographic are Zorzin Gallery, Gallery and Anaid H’art. Also Galateca gallery, opposite the National Art Muzelle, specializes in cutting-edge design and should not be avoided.

Premises of blocks that sounds “buzz” conversations trees are among the attractions of Bucharest.Outdoor cafes and bars have multiplied in recent years. “The library would have Cărtureşti Verona trend with back garden,” says National Geographic Traveler. The OAR Garden Palace Ştirbei Eden Garden are some of the places that should be visited.

However, you should visit old churches, whose architecture could impress. In this sense, are mentioned Stavropoleos Church, the Church Lady, Antim Church and the Church of the Holy Apostles.

No fun should not be ignored, so visitors are invited to walk in the Old Capital, such as bike bars, La Muse, Mojo.

Those who visit Bucharest should know and where he “wrote” recent history. 25 years ago, the former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were removed from the leadership of Romania and killed after a revolt. At that time, thousands of people died and many battles were given in Revolution Square. A closer look at many of the buildings in the area “gateway” bullets still signs of the time, in reports National Geographic Traveler.

National Geographic Traveler magazine is a tourist profile published by the National Geographic Society in the United States. The magazine was launched in 1984 and has several international editions.

10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest

Bucharest campaign for European Capital of Culture 2021


The second part of the trilogy “Memory Bucharest | Exploration | Imagining the City” program platform launches candidacy for the title of European Capital of Culture 2021.
Bucharest is not a city that is revealed in the first. In “Exploring the City”, the public is invited to go over gray coating of Bucharest and rewrite urban maze, through a series of events hosted by Gabroveni, European Cultural Center of the Capital, and partner events and specific measures to be carry along and across the city, AFP informs a release.

From University Square to the neighborhoods, the city lives in a special way – vibrant, creative, dual, anachronistic. Each week, cultural figures and ordinary people draws local cultural landmarks in “Intersections Wednesday” at 18.30 at Gabroveni and workshops addressing urban education, on the meaning of those small issues that concern people Large, public space in urban communities, the cultural contribution of the new generation peripheries role, Bucharest magic secret from the opportunity to develop their creative potential and become a green city.

Bucharest offers inspiration that often overlook them. For starters, come between May 16 to 24 at Gabroveni, which houses the Romanian Central Exhibition Design Week, the most important event that brings together design in Romania this year over 150 works of architecture, fashion, graphic design, lifestyle and product design. Then, over the summer, we offer you to become a tourist in your own town, through a series of unprecedented events, “reads the quote .

Thus, between 4 and 7 June occurs Street Theatre Festival B-fit in the Street, between June 12 to 14, Street Delivery will take place between 16 and 21 June, Urban Fest will be held from 19 – June 28, will be held Bucharest Music & Film Festival and, from 1-5 July, the Bucharest Jazz Festival will take place.

However, the Gabroveni, several events will take place. Thus, between 16 and 24 May – Romanian Design Week, exhibition centers, 20, 27, 3, 10, 17, June 24, 1, 8, July 15 – “Intersections Wednesday” on June 5 – Conference organized by Komunitas Association, between June 5 to 7 – sound walks alongside Maria Balabaş, June 19 – Night of Cultural Institutes in Gabroveni, between 24 to 28 June – dance workshop and Urban exploration with Cosmin Manolescu, June 30 July 5 – Bucharest Jazz Festival – related events and between 3 to 15 July – Exhibition Ion Bârlădeanu & Carmen Vidu.
More information is available on the website http://www.bucuresti2021.ro , and on social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


European Capital Of Culture
The European Capital of Culture is a city characterized by the European Union for an interval of one year by which it’s given a possibility to showcase its ethnic life and ethnic growth. Numerous European cities used the City of Culture to transform entirely their cultural foundation and, in doing so, the way they’re viewed globally.

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History – Conceived as a way of bring citizens of European Union closer together, also the European City of Culture was established on June 13, 1985 by also the Council of Ministers on also the initiative of also the Greek Minister of Culture Melina Mercouri.

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