Built by Communist Party leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, the colossal Palace of the Parliament (formerly known as the People’s Palace) is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon.
Caru’ cu Bere was established in 1879 by Transylvanian merchants from the surrounding area of Sighisoara, the Mircea family.
Built between 1804 and 1808 by the wealthy Armenian trader Emanuel Marzaian (called by the Ottomans, Manuc Bey),
Designed in 1845 by the German landscape architect Carl Meyer, the garden opened to the public in 1860.
It was here, at around 10:30 on December 21, 1989, that the Nicolae Ceausescu regime began to crumble.
Herastrau was laid out from 1930-36 on what had, until then, been mainly swampland around the lake.
The Arc de Triomphe in Bucharest was raised in 1922 to commemorate the Romanian soldiers fallen during World War I.
Possibly the finest building in the city, the Romanian Atheneum, with its sublime baroque cupola, stands proudly at the flux of the city’s busiest public square,
The park was initially an outdoor exhibition area for the 40th anniversary of the royal family in Romania in 1906.
Parcul Tineretului : perfect for biking, this park is dedicated to youth. Locals love this place because it reminds them the tastes from childhood.