Bucharest, Romania


Vlad Dracula claimed the right to Bucharest in 1459, his stronghold in the Dambovita - the first of many palaces, some of which survived until our days. The public transport system is represented by four metro lines and a developed network of modern buses that are equally convenient for both local and for visitors. The elegant architecture of the early XX century. Bucharest won the name of "Little Paris". It clearly shows the influence of France. Do not forget to explore the Village Museum, Romanian Athenaeum and Museum of the Romanian Peasant. Also, do not miss the sight of the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world (after the Pentagon).

Places of interest in Bucharest