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The biggest/best indie/alternative club in Bucharest.
The atmosphere club is one of the best.Goes on Tuesdays and Thursdays when there are concerts with local bands, Fridays and Saturdays is DJ's. They have also a very good restaurant upstairs
Control Club is a melting pot, the place to go for drinks, music and hanging out. Upstairs is Alt Shift, where you'll find a great variety of delicious food.
Club that host indoors and outdoors in summer. On the summer days, on Tuesday's all drinks are half price.
Out of the normal clubs in Bucharest (not including the luxury ones), this is probably the best one. It's split in 3 part, outside with no music where people chill, drink and smoke, very crowded and 2 different inside parts, one electronic music and the other one far small concerts. Very good prices…
You won't need to know Romanian. The place is NOT full of tourists but rather friends that bring friends to hang out, dance and have a lovely dinner even. Upstairs the Shift Restaurant has amazing food for any hungry traveler.
“The music selection is very nice, patio comes with air-conditioner, food is awesome and after midnight they serve some really delicious pizza!”
“Probably the first specialty coffee place in Bucharest, Origo is still a local favorite.”
“A nice pub with great food just at the edge of the Old Town on Ion Brezoianu 4th. It's near Origo Coffee Shop. ”
“A very nice setup in the back yard of Stirbei Palace. The prices are a little high, but the experience is unique. ”
“Opening hours: March – October, daily between 09:00 - 17:00 (last tour at 16:30), November – February, daily between 10:00 - 16:00 (last tour at 15:30). Starting from an old idea, the building of the Palace of Parliament was built under Nicolae Ceauşescu during a period with high economic hardship. The dictator’s tendency was, on the one hand, to focus all the main bodies of the state in one building and, on the other hand, Ceauşescu wanted a safe place to live under a seismic risk, that would hold up to even a nuclear attack. From an architectural point of view, the Parliament Palace is one of the most controversial buildings in Romania: Anca Petrescu1 identified it with the Buckingham Palace in London and the Versailles Palace in France, and the architects of the time with the „little Phenian”, with an eclectic style, loaded with contradictory elements. The building has a surface of 365.000 sqm and holds the 1st position in the Guinness World Records for the largest administrative building (for civil use), and the 3rd place worldwide from the volume point of view of; it is the heaviest and most expensive building in the world. ”