The Romanian Athenaeum is a neoclassical building located in the center of the city, inspired by elements of the ancient Roman Empire.
This building hosts the headquarters of the Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra and classical music. Depending on the rehearsals of the orchestra, it is not possible to visit it inside.
Therefore, we recommend you ask to the tourist office to check if it is possible to visit it that day.
Palace of the Parliament
It is inevitable to be impressed when you are visiting the Palace of Parliament, as it is one of the largest civil and political buildings in the world.
This building houses the seat of political and administrative power of the country and today is a tourist symbol of the city.
You can visit the interior of the parliament through guided tours from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
In addition, we recommend access to the terrace where you will have panoramic views of Bucharest.
Pasajul Victoria is one of the main streets of Bucharest and one of the most important streets.
Decorated with thousands of umbrellas and colors, it is a popular place to enjoy the typical gastronomy of Bucharest and his nightlife.
Do you dare to count the number of umbrellas that exist on the street?