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There are a lot to see - the University building, which needs an urgent reconstruction, the new very nice National Theater, the sculpturs at the National Theater, the Coltea church and COltea Hospital.
We drove up to the front of the Intercon Hotel to meet with our Host Dana Chiriac, the Hotel PR Manager, to tour the Imperial Suite and take photos of the Piata from the 19th floor. The Piata is always jumping but for us it...More
The only way to cross the very busy roads is by using the underground passage way. Attractions located here are the National Theater, Sculptures, Ground Zero, another small park with beautiful fountains. There are restaurants, fast foods places, bakeries, etc.
Lots to see and do...More
Piata Universitatii is a very important square in the center of Bucharest. There are a lot of important buildings, like University, National Romanian Theater, Hotel Intercontinental, so on.
There is the main place for social or political protests.
Located on the edge of old town, worth a visit for the visitor interested in the history regarding, the fall of communist Romania. The square was the scene of a friendly protest by students in 1990 that turned violent. Now a days still a popular...More
Marvellous architecture is to be appreciated in and around the square. Notable is the wonderful university edifice with a quartet of sculptures in front honouring notable personages including Michael The Brave.
Nearby is the unmissable Intercontinental Hotel, lovely in the early morning sunlight, where we...More
Bucharest downtown, located right in the city centre, is a very good meeting place because if you start your walking tour from here you have many options: Piata Unirii, Piata Romana and Piata Victoriei, from here is also close Cismigiu Park.
While this is a very touristic part of town (next to the Intercontinental hotel), the square itself is not that interesting, but rather the surrounding buildings and parks.
To top it all, it's quite noisy and hectic, day and night.