We saw this square on our walking tour and made a note to go back. A great area for our little to run around after pigeons.
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The other of Timisoara's plazas in the old city, you can find this one on the southern edge. Bookended by the theatre at one end and the orthodox cathedral at the other, the plaza is long, narrow, with well-manicured gardens, fountains, and plenty of restaurants...More
An important square in Bucharest. it is where the government is located and where all major demonstrations start or end. There is als the Peasant museum and the Antipa museum (national museum of natural history)
Aside from its historical significance, there’s nothing really special here. The pavement is uneven and there is not much shade. It is, however, a nice place to stage a medium-sized festival. When we were there, an Oktoberfest celebration was underway. Fire trucks and police officers...More
A very nice and pleasant view, ideal for walking, full of coffee places, restaurants, shops. Concerts are organized here. In summer and spring it's full of colored flowers and of people.
I've been to many european squares in the last couple of years, but this one is special. It has great atmosphere, architecture and just enough "green elements" to make everything perfect. There are a lot of bars, stores and restaurants around. Also, you can just...More