10 Unmissable Experiences in Bucharest
Popularly known as Dracula's Castle, Bran Castle is a legendary place and the most popular fortress in Romania.
With its incredible history, surroundings and architecture, it is no wonder that Peles Castle is the second most visited museum in Romania after Bran Castle.
Built between 1857 and 1867, Templul Coral is one of the few surviving synagoges in Bucharest despite the challenges over the years.
The Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum gives visitors a chance to discover the way of life in different regions in rural Romania.
Victory Avenue, also known as Calea Victoriei, is the most important street in Bucharest, as well as being the oldest. Discover it!
A symbol of dictator Ceaucescu's megalomania, Bucharest's Parliament is the second largest building in the world, beaten only by The Pentagon.
Stavropoleos Church is a small yet special temple which manages to shine and stand out among the concrete buildings which surround it.
Cotroceni Palace is the Romanian President's offical residence. It's a beautiful mansion in the heart of the city which can even be visited by tourists.
Ceausescu Mansion opened to the public in 2016 to show the ostentatious lives of two of the main political figures in Romania.
The Old Princely Court is the oldest medieval monument in Budapest, which gives visitors an insight into the old region of Wallachia.