Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau)

Spread over some 400 acres, from the Arch of Triumph to the Baneasa Bridge, the park is home to numerous attractions, including a boat rental complex, tennis courts, and a rather old-fashioned fairground. In the summertime, many terraces open up on the shores of the lake. For an overview of the park, take a ride around the lake on the ferry or rent your own boat. The park is also home to the Village Museum. The area surrounding the park holds even greater treasures. The streets between Bulevardul Mircea Eliade and Soseaua Kiseleff contain extraordinarily beautiful houses in architectural styles ranging from 19th century neoclassical to 20th century art nouveau and modern luxury villas. This is where Bucharest's elite once lived - and still do today.

Poza Coltea Hospital (Spitalul Coltea)

Coltea Hospital (Spitalul Coltea)

The oldest hospital in Bucharest, dating from 1704, Coltea was built on land belonging to the Vacaresti family, who at the time owned many of the grea...

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Poza Carol I Park (Parcul Carol I)

Carol I Park (Parcul Carol I)

This large park is one of the most beautiful in the city and contains a massive monument that once housed the remains of communist leader Gheorge Gheo...

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Poza Manuc's Inn (Hanul lui Manuc)

Manuc's Inn (Hanul lui Manuc)

Built between 1804 and 1808 by the wealthy Armenian trader Emanuel Marzaian (called by the Turks, Manuc Bey), the inn was witness in 1812 to the preli...

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Poza The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Trium

The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Triumf)

Address: Piata Arcul de Triumf
Initially built of wood in 1922 to honor the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, Bucharest's...

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