Old Princely Court
The heart of the historic centre is the busted-up Old Princely Court from the 15th century, with a Vlad Ţepeş statue out the front.
Princess Bălaşa Church
Another impressive church that survived the 1980s demolition is the candy-striped Princess Bălaşa Church. The church, just northwest of...
Old Princely Court Church
The Old Princely Court Church, built from 1546 to 1559 during the reign of Mircea Ciobanul (Mircea the Shepherd), is Bucharest’s oldest...
This popular pub gets the authentic Irish bar look down with dark woods and green ceiling. Grab a table on busy Str Smârdan and settle...
A festive and popular Hungarian restaurant on a lively strip in the Old Town. The cuisine on offer – stews and pork dishes – tends...
Lonely Planet review
Deservedly popular Turkish and Middle Eastern place, where snagging a prized terrace table will take a mix of patience and good fortune. The waiter will first bring around a tantalising selection of starters, such as hummus and babaganoush. Select a few of these and then settle back for the enormous platters of grilled meats and kebabs.