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Vacation itineraries in Bucharest in autumn and spring

3 days in Bucharest: museums, parks, restaurants, etc...

Day 1:
Start your first day with the main attraction: the People's House, (the Parliament Palace) visits are made every day between 10.00 and 16.00, individually or in groups. 

Entrance fee is 15 lei. Pensioners, pupils and students have free access, but must present their student card or registration of a pension. 

To schedule a visit contact the Educational Center, the Chamber of Deputies Tel: +40 (021) 414 1458, e-mail:
Peoples House - Parliament Palace
Continue your journey visiting the Old Princely Court take a glance to Hanul lui Manuc found nearby. Go ahead to Metropolitan Hill where you can visit the Romanian Patriarchate. 

The time has come for a little rest so head back toward the University Square and enjoy a coffee or a drink on a patio  on the street Selari
If you still have energy walk up the street Lipscani, admire Stavropoleos Church, Coltea Church or the CEC building

Get dinner at the famous restautant "Caru cu Bere"
Caru cu Bere Restaurant
Day 2: This is a day to relax so take a walk on the alleys of the Herastrau park.
Then visit the Village Museum.
Located on a side of the Herastrau park along with Kiseleff road, the Village Museum in size, it is the largest open air museum in Europe, that attracts by it's beauty many foreign tourists, but also people from Bucharest eager to walk. . 
Herastrau Park
Continue in the same manner and go to visit the Romanian Peasant Museum located in the same area.
Village Museum Village Museum Village Museum Village Museum Village Museum Village Museum

The time has come to change the area so it's time to take a bus or the subway and move up to the Botanical Garden and then visit the Cotroceni Palace Museum

Towards evening, go back downtown and get dinner at the "Terasa Doamnei" restaurant.

Day 3:

It's now time to taste a little bit of art so visit the National Museum of Modern Art in the Revolution Square. Here you can admire the Roman Athenaeum building, the National Library, etc. ... then you can relax on the alleys of the Cismigiu garden located nearby. After you made a reservation in advance, attend to a concert at the Romanian Opera or at the Romanian Athenaeum

End your last day in Bucharest with a dinner at the "Burebista" restaurant where you can choose an excellent meal from their famous hunter's menu. 

The trip
International flights land at the Henry Coanda airport - Otopeni, 16 km from downtown. Low cost flights are landing at the Aurel Vlaicu airport - Baneasa. Cabs and buses are connecting with the city. If using a taxi take only ones agreed by the airport or order one by phone, do not be deceived by individuals even if they wear an official looking badge. 

The city can be explored by foot, metro, bus or taxi. Cabs are cheap and the fare is displayed in exterior. Make sure the register works.

The typical weather for this season has temperatures between 12-18 degrees Celsius but is not unusual to exceed 20 degrees Celsius or to fall below 0. Rain is usual and sometimes might turn to snow.

Suggested accommodation: 
- Accommodation apartments in Bucharest - live a few days like a local renting a serviced apartment in the city center, a very good alternative to an expensive hotel. Click this link to see the detailed offer.

Suggested restaurants: 
Romania has a diverse culinary specific influenced by both the Balkan and Austro-Hungarian cuisine. Try the famous pork bone (Ciolan) with cabbage and polenta (Mamaliguta), or the hunter menu with bear meat, wild boar, deer or pheasant. Most restaurants will offer wonderful dance shows to which you will be invited to take part. 

- Caru 'cu Bere - the place where you can have the most tasty dishes and where you can enjoy the beer made after an unique recipe, originally from 1879. 
- Terasa Doamnei - this restaurant invites you to taste the Romanian cuisine in an intimate atmosphere listening traditional folk music.

Price for two persons: 
Approx. 150 Euro per day for accommodation, meals and local transport. 

Practical tips: 
- buy tickets to shows in advance
- do programming in time for visits to the House of People or Cotroceni Palace 
- ignore the too friendly girls (or you might regret it)
- use only taxis with the prices displayed and with working meters. 
- attention to your pockets in the crowded areas

* All the information presented in this site has a purely informational purpose. Land of Choice team can not be held responsible for any inaccurate data.
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