Local Attractions

Romexpo Exhibitions Center

– 0,6 Km – Bucharest International Fairground host more than 40 events per year.

Herastrau Park

– 0,9 Km – Enjoy several hours in the biggest Bucharest park. You can rent a bike, make a short boat trip, play tennis or just breath fresh air and enjoy a cup of coffe in the one of the park’s teraces.

Village Museum

– 1,6 Km – This outdoor museum includes more than 300 traditional buildings representing the history of Romanian’s rural arhitecture

Village Museum Arch of Triumph

– 2,2 Km – Initialy build of wood in 1922 to honor the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, Bucharest’s Arch of Triumph was finished in 1936. The Arch stands 85 feet (27 m) high. An interior staircase allows visitors to climb to the top for a panoramic view of the city.

Baneasa Shopping Center

– 4,5 Km – Take a break and indulge yourself with a few hours of shopping and fun. The commercial center offers to its visitors more than 200 stores, restaurants, drive-in cinema, all at the highest standards of customer care.

Romanian Athenaeum

– 5,5 Km – The work of French architect Albert Galleron, the Athenaeum was completed in 1888. Renowned worldwide for its outstanding acoustics, it is Bucharest’s most prestigious concert hall.

National Art Museum

– 5,6 Km – Located in the neoclassical former Royal Palace, the museum currently exhibits over 100,000 works divided into two major sections. National Gallery features the works of major Romanian artists, including Grigorescu, Aman and Brancusi. The European Gallery displays littleknown art gems from El Greco, Monet, Rembrandt, Renoir, Cezanne and Rubens.

Bucharest Old Town

– 6,4 Km – At the beginning of 1400s, most merchants and craftsmen – Romanian, Austrian, Greek, Bulgarian, Serbian, Armenian and Jewish – established their stores and shops in this section of the city. Today, the area is home to many art galleries, antique shops and coffee houses.

Stavropoleos Monastery

– 6,5 Km – The Stavropoleos Church was built in 1724 by the Greek monk Ioanikie Stratonikeas. Surrounded by a peaceful garden, it is an architectural jewel, with beautiful frescoes and wood-painted icons.

Palace of Parliament

– 6,8 Km – Built by Communist Party leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, the colossal Parliament Palace is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon. It took 20,000 workers and 700 architects to build it. The palace boasts 12 stories, 1,100 rooms, a 328-ft-long lobby and four underground levels, including an enormous nuclear bunker.

Mogosoaia Palace

– 8,7 Km – Was built between 1698-1702 by Constantin Brancoveanu, in the Romanian Renaissance style. The Palace is now a popular tourist destination, the grounds and gardens are beautiful and the interior of the palace houses a museum and art gallery.