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we were called in, or we felt so, while we were walking back to the metro station from the palace of the parliament visit on our first day at Bucharest. Had heard about this particular church from our guide, that this is one of the...More
Situated a bit away from the city centre, this architecturally impressive cathedral is worth a visit if you happen to be around the area. The cathedral looks large from the inside, but is smaller than expected inside. No pictures are allowed inside, which is a...More
Unfortunately the heal that lies in front of the church is nice but as a visitor you have no access to visit , to see and is a sad building with also sad people with unfortunist poop understanding of communications at any kind .
This is a lovely cathedral surrounded by grand housing. It is a different architectural design to what we were used to for a cathedral but is beautiful inside. If you are in the area we suggest a visit and o go inside. The cathedral is...More
take your time about 10 minutes walking from the center you will find this nice calm road who ends in the cathedral,inside the cathedral maybe you will need someone to explain if you realy wana know about it,otherwise without it again will deserve your time
Built from 1656 to 1658, the Patriarchal Cathedral of Saints Emperors Constantine and Helen sits on top of the hill as part of the cathedral complex in Bucharest. The paintings are 20th century restorations apart from the figure of Christ above the doorway, which is...More
This cathedral is situated on the Mitropoliei Hill, near the Unirii Square, and was built between 1654 and 1658.
There is the headquarter of the head of the Romanian Orthodox Church.
Until the building of the Romanian National Cathedral will be ready, this is the...More
Usually they have a morning service , from 8 am to 11 am
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Leeds, United Kingdom
Romania Spending Money (4 Replies)
My family and I will be travelling to Romania for about 5 days in July 2016 and were wondering whether RON 100/ day/person would be sufficient to cover our food, public transports and entrance tickets. We have booked our accommodation. We are planning to rely on the public buses and tram provided by RATB while we are in Bucharest. We planned to visit Palatul Parlamentului,Stavropoleos Monastery, Patriarchal Cathedral,Cercul Militar Național,Palatul C.E.C. and Piața Revoluției. My family...More
June 06, 2016|
Response fromPeter T|
That's about £18 a day going on exchange rate when we were there in April may not be enough but I like to eat and drink in robertos (hilt on bucharest ) and have a few beers etc a beer was 10 I to 15 Ron in old town I'd take at least 250 Ron per day but each to their own.