National MuseumThe National Museum of Art of Romania houses a collection of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as an excellent collection of European pieces.
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Otopeni AirportThe Henri Coandă International Airport is the most important airport in Romania, with more than 12 million passengers passing through each year.
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Revolution SquareRevolution Square is a highly historical, important place where Romanians would gather to listen to Ceaușescu's speeches.
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Victory AvenueVictory Avenue, also known as Calea Victoriei, is the most important street in Bucharest, as well as being the oldest.
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Unirii SquareOne of the largest squares in Bucharest, Unirii Square is a clear example of the megalomania with which much of the city was built.
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Pasajul Macca-VilacrossePasajul Macca-Vilacrosse is a pleasant gallery where it seems like time has stopped still, showing a more relaxed side to the city.
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Palace of the ParliamentA symbol of dictator Ceaucescu's megalomania, Bucharest's Parliament is the second largest building in the world, beaten only by The Pentagon.
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Cotroceni PalaceCotroceni Palace is the Romanian President's offical residence.
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Carturesti CaruselLocated inside an old 19th-century bank that's been beautifully modernised, Carturesti Carusel is one of the most elegant bookshops in the world.
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Old Princely CourtThe Old Princely Court is the oldest medieval monument in Budapest, which gives visitors an insight into the old region of Wallachia.
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Village MuseumThe Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum gives visitors a chance to discover the way of life in different regions in rural Romania.
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National History MuseumStanding tall on Victory Avenue, the National History Museum of Romania proudly displays the country's turbulent history.
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Natural History MuseumThe Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History shows is the beauty and richness of the natural world in which we live.
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Sutu PalaceSutu Palace is one of the oldest aristocratic residencies in Bucharest; a beautiful building built in 1835 that remains almost entirely intact.
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George Enescu Museum Located in the beautiful Cantacuzino Palace, the George Enescu National Museum pays tribute to the country's most important composer and conductor.
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Ceausescu MansionCeausescu Mansion opened to the public in 2016 to show the ostentatious lives of two of the main political figures in Romania.
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Kretzulescu ChurchSmall and daring, the Kretzulescu Church is a true survivor that was witness to the end of the Communist rule in Romania.
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Templul CoralBuilt between 1857 and 1867, Templul Coral is one of the few surviving synagoges in Bucharest despite the challenges over the years.
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Stavropoleos ChurchStavropoleos Church is a small yet special temple which manages to shine and stand out among the concrete buildings which surround it.
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Cismigiu ParkThe oldest park in Bucharest, Cismigui park is a 17-hectare large green haven, also making it the largest park in the city.
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Bran CastlePopularly known as Dracula's Castle, Bran Castle is a legendary place and the most popular fortress in Romania.
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Peles CastleWith its incredible history, surroundings and architecture, it is no wonder that Peles Castle is the second most visited castle in Romania.
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