With a special past, a lively atmosphere and many unique tourist attractions, Bucharest is one of the safest and most accessible destinations in Europe.
One of the most interesting and valuable buildings in Bucharest is the Parliament Palace. Built in Brancovan style, with Renaissance, Baroque and Germanic influences, this grand edifice will impress you with its architectural style and the over 1000 rooms it includes.
Also called the People's House, this building is in fact a symbol of extravagance inside thanks to its solid wood furniture, crystal chandeliers, impressive dimensions, huge marble columns and other carefully chosen interior design elements for each room.
The entrance on September 13, the Human Rights Hall, the Gallery of Honor and the Hall of Official Entry, the roo
The Arch of Triumph is a monument 27 m high, built in the north of Bucharest, to celebrate the proclamation of the Union. Built in 1921-1922, it was renovated between 1935-1936 and later in 2014. Its parallelepipedal form was made by plastic artists, and the famous Marble of Ruschița used was carved by native sculptors.
The Arch of Triumph commemorates the participation of our country in the First World War, after which the territories inhabited by Romanians were reunited for the first time. It also houses a small museum that can only be visited on special occasions.
The largest concert hall in Romania is the one at the Romanian Athenaeum. This famous building in our country was built in neoclassical and eclectic style, between 1886 and 1888, in the Episcopate Garden. Later, the Athenaeum was restored and modernized between 1994 and 2004, being reopened to the public in 2005. It also houses the headquarters of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic.
The Romanian Athenaeum will impress you from the entrance, through the great dome that dominates it and due to its ionic temple aspect, with similar proportions to the famous columns within the Erechteion temple on the Acropolis.