Best places to visit in Bucharest, The capital of Romania - Yaba Travellers
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Best places to visit in Bucharest, The capital of Romania

Best places to visit in Bucharest, The capital of Romania

Starting this post we should admit the truth. We never thought that there are so many places to visit in Bucharest! It was a really nice surprise. The capital of Romania is quite large, with almost 3 million habitants (maybe more) with interesting history and vivid nature. Besides that, it is a great destination if you travel on a budget! You can find great hotels and restaurants in really good prices.

Travel to Bucharest!


So let’s check out some of the best places to visit in Bucharest :
The Romanian Athenaeum

Without music, life would be a mistake

Friedrich Nietzsche

The concert hall of Bucharest is an impressive building with a beautiful dome and neoclassical decoration. If you can’t enjoy a concert at least go to see the building.

Cismigiu Gardens

A delightful park-garden with many kind of local and imported plants. It is really an oasis in the city. Many benches to take a seat and enjoy a hot traditional covrigi with sesame (something like pretzel).



Stavropoleos church

Orthodox Church and monastery with a characteristic architecture and muted colors. A historic monument in the heart of Bucharest. A cute courtyard can be found at the back of the church. Take a break and enjoy the peaceful environment.



Palace of Parliament

The largest building in Europe, the ambitious plan of a dictator which now hosts basically the chamber of deputies. Intimidating and quite impressive. Definitely one of the best places to visit in Bucharest.



National museum of art

The country’s largest, and most impressive art collection is housed in this building. Ready for some art? For more info check here.




Xenofon street

This street is 200 years old and hosts paintwork from local artists. Walk around the quite neighborhood and take a look.




Macca Villacrosse Passage

One not so known place that you should include in your list of the places to visit in Bucharest is located in the old city. Don’t skip this beautiful passage. Full of little cafe with a charming glass roof, perfect for a coffee or hot-chocolate.





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