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4 Nights Bucharest City Tour

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     5 days

$901

...e heart of the city – Cismigiu Park and Herastrau Park.Clubbing? The Old Town is open until the last client decides to g...

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Herastrau Park, Bucharest

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About Herastrau Park

 Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania

 +40 744 630 000

Herastrau Park and Nearby Sights on Map

Nicolae Minovici Folk Art Museum

Dumitru Furnică Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Art

The Dumitru Furnică Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Art houses a collection of paintings, sculpture, and applied and decorative art in a red-brick Gothic Tudor-style mansion that was Minovici's residence

Casa Presei Libere

Casa Presei Libere or Free Press House, as the name suggests, houses the offices of newspapers and magazines such as Adevarul, Jurnalul National, Cotidianul, and national news agency Agerpres, which has the largest archive of photographs from Romania

Bordei Park

Place Charles de Gaulle

The Charles de Gaulle Square has a statue honoring the first president of the French Fifth Republic

Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum

Spread over 10 hectares in the Herăstrău Park on the banks of Lake Herăstrău of the Colentina River, the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum that showcases traditional Romanian rural architecture and lifestyles

Şoseaua Kiseleff

Şoseaua Kiseleff is an arterial boulevard running from Victory Square to Casa Presei Libere, along which are major attractions such as the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, National Geology Museum, The Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum, and the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum

Arcul de Triumf

The Arcul de Triumf was built to commemorate Romania's independence

Museum of Sports in Romania

Palatul Primaverii

The Primăverii Palace on the banks of Lake Herăstrău was the extravagant residence of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu, who occupied the entire block of villas and made it inaccessible to the general public for over 25 years