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Văcărești Delta (Văcărești Natural Park)

Văcărești Natural Park is the first urban protected area in Romania and the largest green space of Bucharest. It is an excellent platform for bringing people closer to nature and discovering it, for environmental education and scientific activities, but also for leisure and recreation.

Distance 50 m

Văcărești Delta (Văcărești Natural Park)

Văcărești Natural Park is the first urban protected area in Romania and the largest green space of Bucharest. It is an excellent platform for bringing people closer to nature and discovering it, for environmental education and scientific activities, but also for leisure and recreation.

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The Palace of the Parliament

The Palace of the Parliament, also known as the People’s Palace or the People’s House, is the seat of the Romanian Parliament and is located on the top of the Arsenal Hill. It has a height of 84 meters, an area of 365,000 square meters and a volume of 2,550,000 cubic meters and is the second world’s largest administrative for civil use, the most expensive administrative building in the world and the heaviest.

The Palace was designed by thearchitect Anca Petrescu and became the seat of the political and administrative power during the Ceaușescu regime.

Address 2-4 Izvor Street, Bucharest
Distance 7.2 km, about 15 minutes

The Palace of the Parliament

The Palace of the Parliament, also known as the People’s Palace or the People’s House, is the seat of the Romanian Parliament and is located on the top of the Arsenal Hill. It has a height of 84 meters, an area of 365,000 square meters and a volume of 2,550,000 cubic meters and is the second world’s largest administrative for civil use, the most expensive administrative building in the world and the heaviest.

The Palace was designed by thearchitect Anca Petrescu and became the seat of the political and administrative power during the Ceaușescu regime.

Address 2-4 Izvor Street, Bucharest
Distance 7.2 km, about 15 minutes

The Cotroceni Palace

The Cotroceni Palace is the headquarters and residence of the President of Romania. The palace also includes the National Cotroceni Museum.

Cotroceni Hill was also the residence of many of Romania’s rulers for a time, until 1883, when King Carol I of Romania received the residences and ordered their demolition with plans to build a much larger building in their place. The construction of this new royal palace was ordered to begin in 1888, the project being placed under the direction of the French architect Paul Gottereau.

Address 1 Geniului Avenue, Bucharest
Distance 10 km, about 20 min

The Cotroceni Palace

The Cotroceni Palace is the headquarters and residence of the President of Romania. The palace also includes the National Cotroceni Museum.

Cotroceni Hill was also the residence of many of Romania’s rulers for a time, until 1883, when King Carol I of Romania received the residences and ordered their demolition with plans to build a much larger building in their place. The construction of this new royal palace was ordered to begin in 1888, the project being placed under the direction of the French architect Paul Gottereau.

Address 1 Geniului Avenue, Bucharest
Distance 10 km, about 20 min

Victoria Palace

Victoria Palace is a palace in Victoriei Square, built in 1937, which is the headquarters of the Prime Minister of Romania and his cabinet. The palace was built under the supervision of Duiliu Marcu, a student of the Bucharest Superior School of Architecture (1906) and of Paris Ecole de Beaux Arts (diplomat in 1912). The monolithic structure embodies an austere expression of the neoclassical style.

Address 1 Victoriei Square, Bucharest
Distance 8.6 km, about 15 minutes

Victoria Palace

Victoria Palace is a palace in Victoriei Square, built in 1937, which is the headquarters of the Prime Minister of Romania and his cabinet. The palace was built under the supervision of Duiliu Marcu, a student of the Bucharest Superior School of Architecture (1906) and of Paris Ecole de Beaux Arts (diplomat in 1912). The monolithic structure embodies an austere expression of the neoclassical style.

Address 1 Victoriei Square, Bucharest
Distance 8.6 km, about 15 minutes

The Old Center

The Old Center is a mix of history, local culture and lifestyle and is the favorite place of fun for most of the young people. The historic architecture, the old churches, the terraces and the outdoor cafes make this area one of the main attractions of the city.

Address District 3, Bucharest
Distance 5.8 km, about 9 minutes

The Old Center

The Old Center is a mix of history, local culture and lifestyle and is the favorite place of fun for most of the young people. The historic architecture, the old churches, the terraces and the outdoor cafes make this area one of the main attractions of the city.

Address District 3, Bucharest
Distance 5.8 km, about 9 minutes

Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall in the center of Bucharest. Opened in 1888, the ornate, domed, circular building is the city’s main concert hall and home of the “George Enescu” Philharmonic and of the annual “George Enescu” International Music Festival.

Address 1-3 Benjamin Franklin Street, Bucharest
Distance 7.4 km, about 13 minutes

Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall in the center of Bucharest. Opened in 1888, the ornate, domed, circular building is the city’s main concert hall and home of the “George Enescu” Philharmonic and of the annual “George Enescu” International Music Festival.

Address 1-3 Benjamin Franklin Street, Bucharest
Distance 7.4 km, about 13 minutes

The Triumphal Arch

The Triumphal Arch is located in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road.

The first triumphal arch, made of wood, was built hurriedly, after Romania gained its independence (1878), so that the victorious troops could march under it. Another temporary arch was built on the same site, in 1922, after World War I and was demolished in 1935 to make way for the current triumphal arch, which was inaugurated in September 1936.

Address Arch of Triumph Square, Bucharest
Distance 11 km, about 20 minutes

The Triumphal Arch

The Triumphal Arch is located in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road.

The first triumphal arch, made of wood, was built hurriedly, after Romania gained its independence (1878), so that the victorious troops could march under it. Another temporary arch was built on the same site, in 1922, after World War I and was demolished in 1935 to make way for the current triumphal arch, which was inaugurated in September 1936.

Address Arch of Triumph Square, Bucharest
Distance 11 km, about 20 minutes

The People's Salvation Cathedral

Also known as the National Cathedral, it is an Orthodox cathedral under construction in Bucharest, which is meant to become the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Romanian Orthodox Church. It is the tallest and largest Orthodox church in the world..

Address 4-60 Calea 13 Septembrie, Bucharest
Distance 7,4 km, about 11 minutes

The People's Salvation Cathedral

Also known as the National Cathedral, it is an Orthodox cathedral under construction in Bucharest, which is meant to become the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Romanian Orthodox Church. It is the tallest and largest Orthodox church in the world..

Address 4-60 Calea 13 Septembrie, Bucharest
Distance 7,4 km, about 11 minutes

The Patriarchal Cathedral

The Patriarchal Cathedral is a functioning religious and civic landmark, on the Mitropoliei Hill.
The structure was started in 1654 and completed in 1658. The facade is in the Brâncovenesc style.

Address 2 Mitropoliei Hill, Bucharest
Distance 6,3 km, about 9 minutes

The Patriarchal Cathedral

The Patriarchal Cathedral is a functioning religious and civic landmark, on the Mitropoliei Hill.
The structure was started in 1654 and completed in 1658. The facade is in the Brâncovenesc style.

Address 2 Mitropoliei Hill, Bucharest
Distance 6,3 km, about 9 minutes

The CEC Palace

The Palace of the House of Deposits, Consignments and Economy, built in 1900, is the headquarters of the National House of Savings C.E.C., now called CEC Bank.
Before the construction of the palace, the location was occupied by the ruins of a monastery (Saint John the Great) and an adjoining inn. The 16th-century church was renovated by Constantin Brâncoveanu between 1702-1703, but later it deteriorated and was demolished in 1875.

Address Calea Victoriei 13, Bucharest
Distance 6.2 km, about 13 minutes

The CEC Palace

The Palace of the House of Deposits, Consignments and Economy, built in 1900, is the headquarters of the National House of Savings C.E.C., now called CEC Bank.
Before the construction of the palace, the location was occupied by the ruins of a monastery (Saint John the Great) and an adjoining inn. The 16th-century church was renovated by Constantin Brâncoveanu between 1702-1703, but later it deteriorated and was demolished in 1875.

Address Calea Victoriei 13, Bucharest
Distance 6.2 km, about 13 minutes

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum, originally established as the “National Museum of Natural History” on 3 November 1834. It was renamed in 1990 for Grigore Antipa, who administered the museum for 51 years.

Address 1 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievic Road, Bucharest
Distance 7.1 km, about 11 minutes

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum, originally established as the “National Museum of Natural History” on 3 November 1834. It was renamed in 1990 for Grigore Antipa, who administered the museum for 51 years.

Address 1 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievic Road, Bucharest
Distance 7.1 km, about 11 minutes

The National Museum of Art of Romania

The National Museum of Art of Romania is located in the former royal palace in Revolution Square, central Bucharest, Romania and was completed in 1837. It features notable collections of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as the international collection assembled by the Romanian royal family.

Address 49-53 Calea Victoriei, Bucharest
Distance 7.7 km, about 12 minutes

The National Museum of Art of Romania

The National Museum of Art of Romania is located in the former royal palace in Revolution Square, central Bucharest, Romania and was completed in 1837. It features notable collections of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as the international collection assembled by the Romanian royal family.

Address 49-53 Calea Victoriei, Bucharest
Distance 7.7 km, about 12 minutes

The National Military Museum

The National Military Museum was established on December 18, 1923 by High Decree no. 6064, signed by King Ferdinand I of Romania. The first director of the museum was General Constantin Ștefănescu-Amza. Prior to the establishment of this museum, an artillery museum was established in 1893.

Address 125-127 Mircea Vulcanescu Street, Bucharest
Distance 9 km, about 14 minutes

The National Military Museum

The National Military Museum was established on December 18, 1923 by High Decree no. 6064, signed by King Ferdinand I of Romania. The first director of the museum was General Constantin Ștefănescu-Amza. Prior to the establishment of this museum, an artillery museum was established in 1893.

Address 125-127 Mircea Vulcanescu Street, Bucharest
Distance 9 km, about 14 minutes

The National Geology Museum

The National Geology Museum hosts a collection of 80,000 samples of rocks, fossils, and minerals from Romania.

Address 2 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievici Road, Bucharest
Distance 9.3 km, about 14 min

The National Geology Museum

The National Geology Museum hosts a collection of 80,000 samples of rocks, fossils, and minerals from Romania.

Address 2 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievici Road, Bucharest
Distance 9.3 km, about 14 min

The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant

The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is one of the most diverse museums in the European family of Museums of Popular Arts and Traditions. The building where the current museum is located was built between 1912-1941, according to the plans of the architect N. Ghica-Budești. In 1953 it was called the Lenin-Stalin Museum, then the Party Museum, and from February 5, 1990 it was renamed the Museum of the Romanian Peasant.

Address 3 Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff Road, Bucharest
Distance 9 km, about 14 minutes

The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant

The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is one of the most diverse museums in the European family of Museums of Popular Arts and Traditions. The building where the current museum is located was built between 1912-1941, according to the plans of the architect N. Ghica-Budești. In 1953 it was called the Lenin-Stalin Museum, then the Party Museum, and from February 5, 1990 it was renamed the Museum of the Romanian Peasant.

Address 3 Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff Road, Bucharest
Distance 9 km, about 14 minutes

The Bucharest National Village Museum

The Bucharest National Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herăstrău Park, which presents the traditional Romanian village life. The museum expands to over 100,000 square meters and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania. It was created in 1936 by Dimitrie Gusti, Victor Ion Popa, and Henri H. Stahl.

Address 28-30 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievici Road, Bucharest
Distance 11.4 km, about 15 minutes

The Bucharest National Village Museum

The Bucharest National Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herăstrău Park, which presents the traditional Romanian village life. The museum expands to over 100,000 square meters and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania. It was created in 1936 by Dimitrie Gusti, Victor Ion Popa, and Henri H. Stahl.

Address 28-30 Pavel Kiselev Dimitrievici Road, Bucharest
Distance 11.4 km, about 15 minutes

Herăstrău Park

The Herăstrău Park (also known as King Michael I Park) is a large park of Bucharest, located in the northern part of the city. It was built in 1936 on the shores of Lake Herastrau (74 ha) and has a total area of 187 hectares. The lake in the center of the park is part of the chain of anthropic lakes of the Colentina River.

Address District 1, Bucharest
Distance 12.2 km, about 16 minutes

Herăstrău Park

The Herăstrău Park (also known as King Michael I Park) is a large park of Bucharest, located in the northern part of the city. It was built in 1936 on the shores of Lake Herastrau (74 ha) and has a total area of 187 hectares. The lake in the center of the park is part of the chain of anthropic lakes of the Colentina River.

Address District 1, Bucharest
Distance 12.2 km, about 16 minutes