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Bucharest holidays

Bucharest sights and attractions

A city break in Bucharest unveils a rich history, impressive architecture and a fun nightlife. Bucharest is Romania's largest city and main economic and commercial hub. These days the city is a buzzing metropolis that offers a fascinating amalgam of old and new. During a visit to Bucharest, visitors will get a taste for the city's diversity as they stumble across orthodox churches, narrow cobblestone streets, modern steel and glass office buildings, Soviet-era apartment blocks and tree-lined boulevards flanked by Belle Époque properties, which once upon a time earned the city the title of Little Paris.

What to do in Bucharest

The vibrant mix of places to visit and things to see and do mean that there is plenty to discover in Bucharest. Explore the maze of cobblestone streets and historic landmarks of the old town, check out Vlad the Impaler's bust, visit the Palace of Parliament and see the Romanian Athenaeum. Enjoy Romanian cuisine in a buzzy restaurant, take time out in a coffee shop, unwind in Ci?migiu Park or party in the clubs.

On a city break in Bucharest, you can:

  • Visit the massive Palace of the Parliament. Known as the House of the People, one of Romania's best-known landmarks
  • Walk along the prestigious Victoriei Avenue past the United Nations Square and the CEC Palace
  • Explore the lively streets of the old town and see the old merchant streets
  • Visit the Village Museum, which recreates three centuries of Romanian culture
  • Walk through Ci?migiu, the oldest park in the city
  • Admire the Stavropoleos Church, a tiny church in the old town that dates back to the 18th century
  • Visit the 19th century Roman Athenaeum, considered a symbol of intellectual and progressive thinking
  • Go ice-skating in winter in Ci?migiu Park and get into the festive spirit
  • Discover the tranquility of the Luigi Cazzavillan Park at sunset
  • Explore the delights of traditional Romanian cuisine in a cozy street-side restaurant

Airports in Bucharest

Passengers flying to Bucharest will either land at Henri Coand? International Airport or Aurel Vlaicu Airport. Henri Coand? International Airport is the larger of the two airports and handles flights from major airlines to international and domestic destinations, while Aurel Vlaicu Airport is a hub for low-cost airlines operating cheap flights to Bucharest.

  • Henri Coand? International Airport

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    A number of major airlines operate flights to Henri Coand? International Airport including: Austrian Airlines, Air France and British Airways.


    Henri Coand? International Airport is located approximately 10 miles from the city centre.


    Passengers can connect with the city centre via the 780 Express bus line or 783 Express bus line. There is also a train that runs between the airport and the Bucharest North Railway Station. Taxis can be picked up from outside the terminal building.

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