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Studio AMZEI (historic center) Bedroom AMZEI (historic center) Studio MAGHERU NOTTARA theater Studio FRENCH EMBASSY (Amzei) 1 Bedroom Apt FRENCH EMBASSY 2 Bedrooms Apartment (Romana) Villa ROMANA 2 Adjacent Apartments AMZEI 6/7p.
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Parliament Palace aerial view

Bucharest Parliament Palace aerial view

Bucharest Parliament Palace by night

Bucharest Parliament Palace by night

Bucharest Unirii square, civic center, Parliament Palace in the background

Bucharest Unirii square, civic center, Parliament Palace in the background

National Museum of Fine Arts founded in 1948 in the Royal Palace of the King Carol 1rst at the Revolution square

Bucharest National Museum of Fine Arts in the Royal Palace at the Revolution square

Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum, one of the most interesting museum of Bucharest

Bucharest Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum

The Gallery of the Old Center

Bucharest Historic center

The Roman ruins in the Old Center

Bucharest Historic center

The ruins of the old Court in the Old Center

Bucharest Historic center

Bucharest Lipscani Old Center

Bucharest Lipscani Historic center

Caru cu bere restaurant Bucharest Old Center since 1879

Bucharest Historic center Caru cu bere

Hanul Manuc Inn, the oldest restaurant in Bucharest since 1808

Hanul Manuc Inn Bucharest historic center

Within Hanul Manuc Inn (wood made)

Hanul Manuc Inn Bucharest Lipscani historic center

Hanu Berarilor Casa Oprea Soare restaurant Bucharest since 1914

Bucharest Hanu Berarilor Casa Oprea Soare restaurant

Bucharest Cismigiu gardens close the historic center

Bucharest Cismigiu Park close the historic center

Bucharest Cismigiu gardens boats you can rent.....

Bucharest Cismigiu Park close the historic center

Bucharest Triumphal Arc

Bucharest Triumphal Arc

Bucharest Athenaeum Roman, seat of the National Philharmonic

Bucharest Athenaeum Roman

Bucharest Village Museum Gate

Bucharest Village Museum

Bucharest University Square view, Km 0

Bucharest National Theatre

Bucharest Revolution Square Central University Library

Bucharest Revolution Square library

Bucharest Revolution Square Heros of the Revolution monument, Athenee Palace Hilton hotel in the background

Bucharest Revolution Square Heros of the Revolution monument, Athenee Palace Hilton hotel

Bucharest Romanian Orthodox Church Patriarchal Palace

Bucharest Romanian Orthodox Church Patriarchal Palace

Bucharest Romanian Orthodox Patriarchal Seat

Bucharest Romanian Orthodox Patriarchal Seat

Bucharest Romanian Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral

Bucharest Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral

Bucharest People Salvation National Cathedral (120m) capacity of 10.000pers. started Dec. 2010. consecrated Nov. 2018

Bucharest People Salvation National Cathedral

Bucharest People Salvation National Cathedral Complex

Bucharest People Salvation Cathedral Complex

Bucharest National Arena inaugurated Sept 6, 2011 (55.000 seats)

Bucharest National Arena

Bucharest Arenele Roman in the Carol park (5500 seats)

Bucharest Arenele Roman Carol park

Bucharest Carol park Mausoleum dedicated to the Unknown Soldier of both World Wars.

Bucharest Carol Park Mausoleum

PARLIAMENT PALACE (Palatul Parlamentului)
Calea 13 Septembrie, 1 - Intrarea A3. Phone: 021 311.36.11
Subway station: Piata Unirii
Hours: Mon. - Sun. 10:00-16:00. Admission charge with English guided tour available.
Creating his ideal socialist capital, Ceausescu destroyed 5 km2 of Bucharest's historical center, demolishing over 9000 19th-century houses and displacing more than 40.000 people.
The Civic Center he built, lies at the end of the 6km Unirii Blvd, 1m wider than its inspiration, the Champs-Elysees.
Its centerpiece, the Parliamentary Palace, is the world's 2nd largest building (after the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.), it means 240x270m, 12 floors outside (86m), 1100 rooms, 9 underground levels (92m) and 2 atomic bunkers with 20 kilometers of tunnels leading to all the most important national centres: Military Academy, Ministry of Defence, Secret Service HQ.
As much as 80% of Romania's GDP was consumed during its construction.
Started in 1984, completed in 1997, it took 20.000 workers and 700 architects.
Built and furnished exclusively with Romanian materials, the building reflects the work of the country's best artisans.
A guided tour takes visitors through a small section of dazzling rooms, huge halls and quarters used by the Senate (when not in session). The interior is a luxurious display of crystal chandeliers, mosaics, oak paneling, marble, gold leaf, stained-glass windows and floors covered in rich carpets with the Versailles Palace as a source of inspiration.
The building is able to withstand a 9 Richter earthquake and the equivalent in power of 2 atomic bombs!

PEOPLE's SALVATION ORTHODOX NATIONAL CATHEDRAL (Catedrala Mantuirii Neamului) (height 120m)
It is the tallest and largest Orthodox church in the world Located on Spirea's Hill (Arsenal Square) facing the Parliament Palace, the cathedral is dedicated to the Ascension of Christ and to Saint Andrew protector of Romania. The cathedral Complex is one of the largest religious sites in the world. The cathedral is designed to welcome 7000 people in the nave, 3000 in the underground galleries and has 4 annexes which will be completed in 2024:
Saint Andrew's House for clergy pilgrims with 90 rooms,
Saint Peter's House with a capacity of 100 people,
Saint Paul's House, a cultural center with library, exhibition spaces and Aula Magna Hall,
Saint Luca's House, medical social center with consulting rooms, emergency reception center, analytical laboratory, intensive care center and residential accommodation center for elderly and sick people.

Subway station: Piata Unirii
Set a top one of the city's few hills, known as Mitropoliei, the Metropolitan Church has been the centerpiece of the Romanian Orthodox faith since the 17th century.
The church was built by Constantin Serban Basarab, ruler of the province of Walachia between 1656 and 1658, to a design inspired by the Curtea de Arges monastery (to visit, see excursions).
It became Metropolitan Church in 1668 and seat of the Romanian Orthodox Church in 1925.
Next to the church but closed to the public, is the Patriarchal Palace (1708), residence of the Teoctist, supreme leader of the Romanian Orthodox Church.

Sos. Kiseleff 28-30
Subway: Aviatorilor Bus 131 (Kiseleff station)
Open: Mon. 9:00 to 17:00 Tue. - Sun. 9:00 to 19:00
Founded by royal decree in 1936, this fascinating outdoor museum, the largest in Europe, covers some 30 acres on the shores of Herastrau lake in Herastrau park.
It features a collection of 50 buildings representing the history and design of Romania's rural architecture.
Steep-roofed peasant homes, thatched barns, log cabins, churches and watermills from all regions of the country were carefully taken apart, shipped to the museum and rebuilt in order to recreate the village setting.
Throughout the year, the Village Museum hosts special events where you will have a chance to witness folk artisans demonstrating traditional skills in weaving, pottery and other crafts. Folk arts and crafts are available at the museum gift shop.

Sos. Kiseleff 32
Subway: Aviatorilor Bus 131 (Kiseleff station)
Spread over some 400 acres, from the Arch of Triumph to the Baneasa Bridge, the park is home to numerous restaurants, attractions, including a boat rental complex, tennis courts, and a rather old-fashioned fairground. For an overview of the park, take a ride around the lake on the ferry or rent your own small boat!The park is also home to the Village Museum.

GEORGE ENESCU International Festival (End August - September, 2025)
Only few would imagine that SINCE 1958 the romanian capital, Bucharest has played host to some of the most influential soloists and orchestras of the day.
It is a tradition that continues every 2 years in September, as visitors can feast on 47 soloists, 36 orchestras, 10 operas and ballets, and 6 choirs along with 24 opuses from famed Romanian composer George Enescu.
Britain's daily The Guardian exclaimed "The mighty Salzburg festival now has a rival."
The Event, in honour of Romania's most famous composer and musician, is organized under the high patronage of the President of Romania.
All the venues in the center where take place the main performances are at 5-6min. walking from our short term apartments rentals :
"****One Bedroom Apartment French Embassy", ....George Enescu International Festival

Nicknamed "LITTLE PARIS",
BUCHAREST's elegant early 20th-century architecture shows French influences:

At the beginning of the 14th century, most merchants and craftsmen (Romanian, Austrian, Greek, Bulgarian, Serbian, Armenian, Jewish) established their business in this part of the city. The area became known as Amzei.
Today, this is the home of art galleries, shops, coffee houses, pubs, neo-classical wonderful renovated villas with gardens accommodating restaurants, charming apartments, night-clubs, Jazz clubs, and also a 24/7 supermarket.
AMZEI historic center is delimited by Calea Victoriei and Magheru Blvd, the most living streets of the capital and the best for your shopping!
Calea Victoriei is also the Bucharest's oldest street and Magheru the main blvd.
Built in 1692 to link the Old Princely Court to Mogosoaia Palace, it was initially paved with oak beams.
The street became Calea Victoriei in 1878, after the Independence War Victory.
Between the two world wars, Calea Victoriei developed into one of the most fashionable streets in the city.
Stroll along this street to discover some of the most stunning buildings in the city, including the Cantacuzino Palace (George Enescu Museum), the historical Revolution Square, the National History Museum, the Arts Collection Museum, the George Enescu National Philharmonic at Romanian Athenaeum.
You can walk around the Amzei narrow streets and go to the known Piata Amzei (Amzei square) along the French Embassy.
It is HERE, in the AMZEI historic center, in downtown Bucharest, that is located our short term apartments rental, luxury and cheap accommodation in studios, one bedroom apartments...

REVOLUTION SQUARE (Piata Revolutiei)
The square gained worldwide notoriety when Medias around the globe broadcasted Nicolae Ceausescu's final moments in power on December 21, 1989.
It was HERE, at the balcony of the former Communist Party Headquarter, that Ceausescu stared in disbelief as the people gathered in the square below turned on him. He fled the angry crowd in his white helicopter, to be captured outside of the city few hours later.
The square's importance stretches back long before the dramatic events of the Dec. 1989 Revolution.
On the far side of the square stands the former Royal Palace, nowadays home to the National Art Museum and the stunning Romanian Athenaeum.
At the south end of the square, you must visit the small but beautiful, Kretzulescu Church.

Address: Calea Victoriei 49-53
Erected between 1927 and 1937 in neoclassical style, the palace was home to King Carol II and to his son, King Mihai I, until 1947, when the monarchy was abolished in Romania. It was inside the halls of this palace that King Mihai, aged 18, led a coup that displaced the pro-Nazi government during the World War II and put Romania on the Allies' side. Today, the former Royal palace accommodates the Romanian National Art Museum.

SOS. Pavel D. Kiseleff 1 Phone: 021 312.88.26 10:00-18:00
Subway: Piata Victorei
Considered one of the best natural history museums in all of Europe, it is named from the name of a famous Romanian biologist who was the first Romanian to reach the North Pole. With some two million objects, it features a range of ethnographic, mineralogical, zoological and paleontological exhibits including an extensive butterfly collection, a hall dedicated to the Black Sea and dinosaur fossils.

Address: Str. Benjamin Franklin 1 Phones: 021 315.00.26 or 021 315.25.67
This is the work of French architect Albert Galleron who also designed the National Bank of Romania.
The Athenaeum was completed in 1888, financed almost entirely with money donated by the public. Inside the concert hall, voluptuous frescoes cover the ceiling and the walls.
Renowned worldwide for its outstanding acoustics, it is Bucharest's most prestigious concert hall and accommodation of the George Enescu National Philharmonic.

Located behind the Royal Palace, the concave-roof structure was built in 1960 to accommodate more than 3.000 Communist party members who every five years attended the communist party congress. It was on this stage Nicolae Ceausescu would deliver his vision of a multilaterally developed socialist society.
Today, the massive auditorium plays host to various conferences and international concerts performances including some of the George Enescu International Festival.

CARU CU BERE restaurant (since 1879)
Strada Stavropoleos 3-5 (Lipscani) Reservation: 021 313.75.60 - 0726 282 373
Opened in 1879, this famous restaurant and beer house soon became one of the most popular meeting places for Bucharest's literati who would gather to discuss matters of their time.
Its neo-gothic architectural style is reflected both in the facades and the interior decorations: columns, arches, chandeliers, a wooden staircase, furniture, murals on the walls and ceiling.
Romanian folkloric live music in the evening.

HANUL MANUC Inn restaurant (since 1808)
Strada Franceza, 62-64 (Lipscani) Reservation: 0730 188 653
Subway: Piata Unirii
Built in 1808 by an Armenian called Emanuel Marzaian (Manuc), it is situated in the Old Center and is the oldest Inn of Bucharest.The site has witnessed some of the most important moments in the country’s history. The Bucharest Peace Treaty was sealed here in May 1812, and talks preceding Romania’s entry into the First World War took place here. The pact by which Romania ceded Basarabia to Russia was also signed on the premises.
Romanian folkloric show in the evening.

HANU BERARILOR CASA OPREA SOARE restaurant (since 1914)
Str. Colonel Poenaru Bordea, 2 - Mobil: 0729.400.800
Coming from our apartments, going down the Calea Victorei, 100m after the bridge at the bottom of the Calea, behind the Monastery of Saint Spiridon Vechi.
The main building was built in 1914 in neo-Romanian style as designed by the renown architect Petre Antonescu in the middle of extensive gardens of almost 3000sqm.
Romanian folkloric show.

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