Bucharest may still be a city finding its feet after decades of hardship and destruction under the communist regime, which was overturned in December 1989. But don’t let that put you off.
It has a buzzing nightlife: an abundance of bars, restaurants and clubs. During daylight hours, just walking along the streets alone means stumbling across wonderful architecture – from neo-classical and gothic churches to famous landmarks including the Arcul de Triumf (modelled on its French counterpart) and The National Museum of Art.
I’ll be honest, there is much to see and do in Bucharest, and two days wasn’t enough for us to explore the city’s full potential – we didn’t even have time to go shopping in Unirea Shopping Centre. Shock horror!
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