In 2009, this stark memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, including Jews and Roma deported and killed by the Romanian government as...
Bucharest's most historic street was built under Brâncoveanu's orders in 1692 to link his summer palace in Mogoşoaia, 14km northwest of...
Creţulescu Church stands just south of Piaţa Revoluţiei; the 1722 red-brick structure was damaged in the 1989 Revolution. To the side...
Plays an eclectic and often amusing mix of art-house, kitsch and Romanian films.
This small Lebanese restaurant may lack a little something in presentation, but it makes up for this with great food, belly-dancing and...
Lonely Planet review
This favorite among club-goers who like alternative, indie and garage sounds decamped to this new space not far from Calea Victoriei in 2012. Regulars were relieved to find the new digs to be nicer and airier and the old vibe was still intact. Hosts both live acts and DJs, depending on the night.