Rebirth Memorial in Piața Revolutei, the Romanian Athenaeum in Piața Romană and the Triumphal Arch all deserve a special mention on this list of the best things to do in Bucharest. In between Revolution square and the Athenaeum is the impressive Fundatia Universitara building which is worth stopping…
Home to the Romanian George Enescu Philharmonic, the stately Romanian Athenaeum is the city's most prestigious concert hall. The 19th-century building, designed by French architect Albert Galleron, resembles an ancient Greek temple with a 41-meter-high dome and a peristyle of six Ionic columns.
“Cișmigiu gardens are the second public parc after Herăstrău, situated very close to the historical city center also close to the city Hall and Sala Palatului concert Hall. Here are hosted numerous fairs and concerts and in the winter You can skate as the central lake becomes one of the most beautiful and vibrant skating places in town. It is also very close to the University Square, another icon objective. If You are visiting during spring season expect yourself to be delighted by the wonderful scent of all the flowers landscaped with such great love and attention. If You explore IT by winter, You should have a taste of the mulled wine, oh the sweet gingerbread or all the other romanian specialites based in meet amd cheese:mici,cârnați,sarmale,mămăligă,murături,brânză de burduf,cașcaval afumat,etc”
“Unirii Square - from here you can take a walk on the boulevard until the Palace of the Parliament. Allegedly unfinished, yet still boasting an insane 3000 rooms, you have to pay to get an inside tour of this crazy place, yet can gawp at its sickening size and opulence from the outside for free! In old city center of Bucharest there are a lot of restaurants, where you can taste the traditional food or whatever you’d like.”
“A monument and historical building where you can eat traditional plates. You will found a various traditional foods. (Romanian bean casserole with onion, Classic Romanian skinless sausages “Mici”, Grilled cheese in bread crumbs, ecc, house bread, house beer) The place which keeps immortal the spirit of old Bucharest: Caru’ cu bere (The beer wagon)”
“The National Art Museum of Romania is the most important art museum in the country. The museum was established in 1948 and is housed in the Royal Palace of the Capital.”
“The parc called "Regele Mihai I", known as Herăstrău, as it was it's name for decades,it's the biggest one in Bucharest, the greenest one and most loved by the locals. It offers You a rich and diverse vegetation, multiple playgrounds, a big lake in the center( with possibility of renting a boat) extraordinary scenary for every season (a big attractions for photographers and not only). It is also very close, at one end to the Romanian public television and to the other end to an emblematic institution and arhitectural monument, Casa Scanteii. it is surrounded by fancy restaurants and coffe shops and it's accesibile by public transporation.”