Bucharest Parliament Palace

It is impossible not to be impressed when visiting the Palace of the Parliament, as it is one of the largest civil and political buildings in Europe and the world with over 365,000 square meters.

Built in 1980, this building houses the seat of the country's political and administrative power and is now a tourist symbol of the city. The interior is decorated with marble, glass, gold, and oak wood. It also has numerous works of art, carpets, and decorative elements of great cultural value.

You can visit the interior of the palace through guided tours from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. In addition, if you are a photography enthusiast, we recommend accessing the parliament terrace, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the entire city of Bucharest.

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Old Town of Bucharest

The old town of Bucharest is one of the most beautiful areas in Bucharest. Here, you will find narrow cobbled streets and unique Baroque and Neoclassical buildings in the country.

The area is surrounded by the ancient walls of the city and has numerous bars, restaurants, and shops to make your walks an enjoyable moment.

Moreover, among the main tourist attractions, you can find Stavropoleos Church, Union Square, and the Palace of Parliament.

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National Museum of Art of Romania

The National Museum Art of Romania is the country's main art museum and boasts an impressive collection of Romanian and international art.

The museum is divided into two sections: the National Gallery of Romanian Art and the National Gallery of European Art.

Among the most notable works are paintings by artists such as El Greco, Rubens, Rembrandt, and Monet, as well as important works by Romanian artists such as Nicolae Grigorescu and Stefan Luchian.

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Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum is one of the most emblematic buildings in Bucharest. Built in neoclassical style in 1888, the building houses a concert hall famous for its exceptional acoustics and is the home of the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra.

The concert hall is renowned for its classical music concerts and has been the venue for some of Romania and Europe's most important cultural events.

Additionally, the building features an impressive façade and a square in front of the entrance, which is a popular meeting spot for tourists and locals alike.

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