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Romanian Athenaeum

Romanian Athenaeum

Romanian Athenaeum is a circular building with the ornate tomb and is the major concert hall of the city. It is also the location for the 'George Enescu' Philharmonic and the George Enescu annual international music festival. It is located right in the center of Bucharest. It has been designed by the French architect Albert Galleron. It has undergone a lot of reconstruction and restoration work. Its ground floor has the ornate conference room with an auditorium above. The auditorium has around 600 seats in the stalls while 52 in the loge seating. Costin Fresco has been decoring the inside of the walls.

Therme Erding

Therme Erding

Therme Erding is a thermal bath complex. It is the second largest thermal bath complex in Europe. It is visited by around 4000 people every day. It has a waterside park 'galaxy' which has over 20 waterslides. The slides are for all age groups and also divided into three sections namely: 'Action', 'X-treme' and 'Family'. The bath has four different areas namely: the Vital Oase, the Sauna Paradise and the Thermal Paradise with the Galaxy as its fourth. It has a number of swimming pools, sauna lake, jacuzzi beds, outer pool, neck showers, whirlpools etc.

Travelling to Bucharest, Romania

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Bucharest is the largest city of Romania. It is also the capital of Romania. Also, it is regarded as the cultural, financial and industrial centre of Romania. The city has elegant architecture and sophisticated elite. It also has earned the nick name of 'Little Paris'. The city has a lot of gardens with much history related to them. It has a humid subtropical climate mostly. Precipitation during summers is low. There are mild rains sometimes. This city has a unique status in terms of Romanian administration.

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Bucharest Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked both offline and online easily. If you lack time or there is a sudden plan to travel, booking tickets online is easier. Tickets can be booked online through this website too.

How To Get Around?

Local trains and buses are the best option. They will help save time and make your route plan easy. Try to walk as much as you can to explore the local areas. You could also get a pass made if you are looking forward to travelling on buses. This will be a cost efficient option.

What Should I Wear?

Wear all the trendy and fashionable clothes that you have in store as this city will not judge you for your weirdness. You can go with shorts and an indo-western top, or a denim on denim look will also make you outstand everyone.

Bucharest Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Best time to visit this city is in the spring or the autumn season. You can visit sea sides and all the lakes. Long day trips are also manageable during these days. Go in the months of April, May or September.


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Will I Need a Guide?

This website has all the information you will be needing for your trip. A guide is not needed anymore.

How To Get There?

You can travel to Bucharest through two airports i.e. Aurel Vlaicu Airport (Băneasea) and Henri Coandă Airport (Otopeni) which connect to all the major cities of the world. If you prefer traveling through train, North Train Station is the central station of Bucharest.

Additional Info

Try to keep your cash distributed in small amounts at different places in your luggage, pockets and handbags. This will be a safer option. Also make sure you carry all your documents with several copies so as to not lose them in a new country.