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About Bucharest

Intrigue, fascination, wonder, three words which offer a glimpse into the aura surrounding Bucharest, the capital of Romania. This is a stylish, bustling, and dynamic metropolis that can truly surprise the first-time, cosmopolitan visitor. During the interwar period, the city was nicknamed the "Paris of the East." However, today's cityscape is largely dominated by the typical socialist architecture, the result of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu's savage redevelopment plans during the 1980s. Yet, despite this bleak period, Bucharest emerged, Phoenix-like, from the ashes of her past glory to reclaim her rightful stature. Having survived two world wars, the Communist dictatorship, and several earthquakes, today this self-sufficient and proud city has completely reinvented itself. Significantly remodelled during the nineteenth century, Bucharest juxtaposes lifestyles and traditions that cannot but enrapture the discerning traveller. Hidden among a tangle of concrete, apartment blocks are wonderful art nouveau buildings, great museums, ancient churches, lush parks, lakes, and elegant boulevards. Bucharest's culinary scene is equally worth getting excited about. Moreover, the city has very few contenders in the region concerning nightlife, the vibrant and long parties of which should not be missed. Much of Bucharest's uniqueness lies hidden from plain sight and waits to be discovered by the patient and curious visitor. Artsy garden oases, tucked behind crumbling facades, and colorful cafes holding their own mysterious charm will certainly make you fall in love with this city!

Continent Country
Europe Romania
Airport Name / IATA Code
Henri Coanda International Airport OTP
Alternate Airport Name / IATA Code
Baneasa International Airport BBU

  • Time To Visit

Best time to visit
In April, May, September, and October, the weather is rather warm, making it a wonderful time to visit. Albeit quite hot, the summer (June, July, and August) is ideal for travel in both seaside and mountain areas.
Moderate time to visit
March, April, September, and October, when weather is fairly pleasant.
Worst time to visit
November, December, January, and February, i.e., the late autumn and winter months, when weather is rainy or cold with abundant snowfall especially in mountain areas. Snowstorms are common in December.
Month January February March April May June July August September October November December
Minimum temprature (℃) -1 1 6 11 16 19 22 22 16 11 7 1
Maximum temprature (℃) 1 4 9 14 20 24 26 26 20 15 9 2
Rain fall (mm) 40 38 39 44 65 68 62 59 51 26 45 42
1.96 (Millions)
Official Language
Spoken Language
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Public Transport
Basic Items And Cost
Name Price
Water Bottle USD 1.87
Cup of Coffee USD 2.10
Milk Carton Pack USD 1.17
Rice/Kg USD 1.17
White Bread USD 0.47
Eggs (12) USD 2.33
Combo Meal USD 4.67
Fine Dining USD 28.01
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi USD 1.40
Domestic Beer USD 1.87
Imported Beer USD 2.33
Bottle of Wine USD 4.67
Cigarettes (20 Pack) USD 3.97
Taxi ( 1 km ) USD 0.47
Ticket in local transport (Single way). USD 0.23
Rent ( One Bed Room) USD 404.44
Do's And Don'ts
Night Life
Must See

Bucharest has activities for everyone, ranging from historical buildings and landmarks to theme parks, museums, nocturnal parties, and day trips.

  • Stroll and relax in the refreshing sylvan splendor of innumerable parks;
  • Dracula's Castle expedition;
  • Child-friendly activities and tours;
  • Beer tours;
  • Nightlife entertainment, especially in the Lipscani neighborhood;
  • Shop at the sprawling malls;
  • Buy souvenirs and the latest designer clothes at concept stores;
  • Walking and biking tours;
  • Water sports;
  • Eat at the numerous food courts all over town.
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Souvenir Suggestions
  • Bead Jewelry;
  •  Hand-Painted Easter Eggs;
  • Romanian Wines & the famous, hard liquor called Tuica;
  • Horezu Ceramics;
  • Glass Painted Icons;
  • Oltenia Carpets and Rugs;
  •  Traditional clothing and footwear;
  •  Gerovital Cosmetics;
  • Walnut Jam, Honey, Cheeses, Biscuits, Crackers;
  • Reghin Musical Instruments;
  •  Romanian New Cinema;
  • Leather Goods;
  • Scarves and handmade jewelry.

Tourist attractions in Bucharest


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