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Bucharest Romania
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Universitate (University)Bucharest Metro6 min
Piaţa Unirii 1 / Piaţa Unirii 2 (Union Square)Bucharest Metro7 min
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Transylvania and Dracula's Castle Full Day Tour from Bucharest
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No visit to Romania would be complete without ticking off Transylvania, where ancient castles are set against backdrops of dramatic rolling hills. See the best of the region without having to worry about car hire or navigation on a day trip from Bucharest, which offers a great introduction to local history for first-time visitors.
$88.55 per adult
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Whilst there are some nice bars, the constant jostle for your custom made the visits to the old town a bit annoying. It’s clear that this is marketed for the hen and stag party market, but it wouldn’t be how I would choose to spend much time whilst in a city as interesting as
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It’s nice to walk the cobbled streets of old town. You see the new and old merging together. Loads of restaurants and bars
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The old town of Bucharest has been gentrified in recent years and is a nice place to walk around. Lots of restaurants and little tourist shops. Also a few traditional churches to look at.
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I wish to be honest with my opinion on the Bucharest old town. I was surprisingly disappointed because I compared their old town with the many, many European old towns that we have visited everywhere in the world. They do have many, many places you can eat, and plenty of bars,
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Lovely streets reminiscent of Paris.imagine it would be busy in summer howewver.cute scooters to hire and great book shops and cafes.
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