Bucharest is the largest city and capital of Romania. This city is also referred as the financial, cultural and industrial center of Romania. The city is built on the banks of the river Dambovita towards the south eastern part of the country. Bucharest went to become the capital city of Romania in the year 1862 and also the known as center for culture, art and media.The architecture of Bucharest is a mix of modern, communist-era and the historical past. Bucharest is also named as the ‘little Paris’ due to its beautiful architecture and sophistication. Wars, earthquakes and systemization program severely damaged the historical buildings and districts of this city.
The temperature of Burachest varies significantly. Burachest experiences all four seasons, summer, winter, spring and autumn. The winter is very chilling with January being the coldest month when temperature drops down to -2 degrees. Winters can be harsh for the tourists which stay for nearly 4 good months from December to even March. It is not a good idea to visit Burachest during this time.
Street art is a world famous creation done by the local artists in the streets or the rooftops of buildings. Street artists in Bucharest are using the rooftops of the old buildings to transform them into beautiful and creative Street art designs depicting the nearby neighbourhood.
The city has a library of different books which showcase the culture and historical past of Europe including Romania’s castles and wildlife destinations. Some of the best bookstores available in the city. One of book lover’s paradise has to be the Carturesti carusel.
Bucharest is famous for historical galleries and museums in Europe with about 60 meseums. To name some of the best, you have the privilege to visit the National Museum of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Art of Romania and the most famous open-air Village museum.
Visiting Bucharest will inspire you to try out the locally made Romanian dishes which includes papanasi, mititei and sarmale. You will drool over the beautiful cuisine that Romania offers in their cafes and restaurants everywhere in the city.
Visit the beautiful parks and gardens in Burachest to chill, relax and have a good time. You can visit the most popular and the oldest garden of the city, Gradina Cismigiu. This garden is located in the heart of the city with beautifully designed green oasis.
You can pay a visit to the beaches that Burachest offers and enjoy the view and feel of the sea. Visit Sands of Therme to chill during summer which is considerably the largest urban beach in Europe. The beach is covered with yellow sand and palm trees and it is a great sight to watch.