RIN Grand Hotel
7D Vitan Barzesti Street, Bucharest - 4, Romaniahttp://grand.rinhotels.ro+40 311 061 111
Restaurants & Bars
Str. Şelari nr. 18, Bucureştihttp://www.simbiocafe.ro+40 021 310 27 00Friendly coffee house in Bucharest.
Mesogios Greek Restaurant
Jean Louis Calderon 49http://mesogios.ro(004021) 317 13 55One of best places for sea food in Bucharest. You can just pop in for lunch, but you'll need a booking for dinner.
Siam Thai Restaurant
1st Amiral Vasile Urseanu Street, Sector 1, Bucharesthttp://siamthairestaurant.ro021 210 94 35Thai cuisine places emphasis on lightly-prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. Nevertheless, Thai cuisine is well-known for being spicy.
Things to do
The National Museum of Art
49-53, Calea Victoriei, 70101 Bucharesthttp://www.mnar.arts.ro/Home021-313 30 30The National Museum of Art of Romania hosts three art galleries and has a short, but impressive royal past.
The Parliament Palace Bucharest
Palatul Parlamentului, str.Izvor nr.2-4, sect.5, Bucharest, Romaniahttp://www.cdep.ro/pls/dic/site.page?id=10+4021 414 1111Right in the historical and geographical centre of Bucharest stands an impressive building that strikes the eye by its particular style.
A large central park in Bucharest, Cismigiu Garden is a great congregation point for city residents.
Things to see
Cercul Militar National
Strada Constantin Mile 1, București 010141, Roemeniëhttp://www.cmn.ro+40 21 313 8680Cercul Militar Naţional is a institution of the Romanian Army, with cultural-artistic and educative profile, serving for representation, public relations and protocol.
Central University Library
“Carol I” Central University Library, 1 Boteanu Street, sector 1, 010027 Bucharesthttp://www.bcub.ro+40-21-313 16 05The Central University Library is a beautifully ornated building located opposite the Royal Palace in the Revolution Square.
Strada Poştei, București, Roemeniëhttp://www.stavropoleos.ro+40 21 313 4747This small church is one of the most beautiful in the city. It was built in 1724 during the ruling of Phanariot Prince Nicolae Mavrocordat by the Greek monk Ioanichie
Old City Center
It is an historical area, famous for its restaurants and pubs.
How to get here
Henri Coanda International Airport - Otopeni
Calea Bucurestilor nr. 224 Ehttp://www.bucharestairports.ro/otp/index.php+4 021 204 1000
North Railway Station
Piata Gara De Nord, Nr. 1-3, Sector 1http://www.cfr.ro021/9521, 021/2230880, 021/3190358North Station is the largest railway station in Bucharest and Romania. Of this artery leaves and nearly 200 trains arriving daily (a greater number of trains in winter season and summer periods when additional trains to put in seaside resorts and Prahova Valley).
RIN Central Hotel
55A, Traian Street, 3rd Districthttp://central.rinhotels.ro/en-us+40 21 308 31 53With its favourable location, the hotel offers a good view over the city, allowing easy access to tourist attractions during the day and entertainment options by night.
RIN Airport / RIN Express
255A, Calea Bucurestilor, Otopeni city, Ilfovhttp://airport.rinhotels.ro/en-us+40 21 350 41 10Located in the immediate vicinity of Henri Coanda International Airport, RIN Airport Hotel is the ideal choice for travellers who arrive in Bucharest on fly-in business or in transit.
Calea Piscului, nr. 10, sector 4, Bucurestiwww.salapolivalenta.ro(+40)21 316 72 76Polyvalent Hall (Sport and Culture Palace) is a special room built to accommodate various sports, arts, meetings, etc.. Youth Park is located in Bucharest. Hall has 6,000 seats, but at some concerts capacity can be increased to 8,000 seats. The building was opened in 1974 and is the largest indoor sports base of the capital.
Bulevardul Tineretului 8-10 București 040353http://www.palatulnationalalcopiilor.ro021 330 0838National Children's Palace is a building located in Sector 4, Bucharest, near Youth Park, in which the educational and artistic activities of children of school education. Work in the new palace began on 1 September 1985 and the official opening was on June 1, 1986, the entire family was present Ceausescu. Building with total area of 17,700 sqm oo, held until 1989 as the "Palace of Pioneers and Falcons Motherland". Team of architects who designed the building was awarded the Prize of the Union of Architects in 1985.
Marasti Blvd, nr. 65-67, 011465, Bucuresti-Romaniawww.romexpo.org+40 21 207.70.00Romexpo is the largest exhibition center in Romania, located in the Free Press Square in Bucharest. The total area of the complex is 421,700 square meters, of the total area of 203,021 square meters for exposure (2006), divided into 42 pavilions, 35,000 sqm of 2200 parking places. Here are annually organized over 40 fairs, exhibitions and trade shows attended by exhibitors from Romania and abroad.
Bd. Basarabia, Nr. 37-39(+40)21 324 91 88; (+40)21 324 91 78; (+40)21 318 00 80The National Arena (Romanian: Arena Națională) is a football stadium in Bucharest, Romania, in the Lia Manoliu Sports Complex. It is replacing the former National Stadium, which was completed in 1953. It was built for the Romania national football team, therefore is hosting its games, as well as the Romanian Cup Final and the Romanian Supercup. The 2012 UEFA Europa League Final was held at the new stadium. This was the first final of a major European football club competition hosted by Romania. Steaua and Dinamo are playing the European games and their most important internal games here.