National Village Museum
Boat Rental at Herăstrău Park
Both traditional row and pedal boats are available for hire by the hour for two or four persons.
Facing the square from the north is this 200-hectare park which stretches along the wide namesake lake. It’s (arguably) Bucharest’s...
About half way up Şos Kiseleff, the 27m Triumphal Arch, based on Paris’ namesake monument, was built in 1935 to commemorate the...
G City Grill
Outside tables at this appealing villa, just east of Piaţa Charles de Gaulle, draw a stylin' biz crowd seeking typical Romanian fare in...
Lonely Planet review
On the shores of Herăstrău Lake, this museum is a terrific open-air collection of several dozen homesteads, churches, mills and windmills relocated from rural Romania. Built in 1936 by royal decree, it is one of Europe’s oldest open-air museums and a good choice for kids to boot.