Romanian TV Headquarters
A block south of Piaţa Charles de Gaulle is the long aqua-blue Romanian TV Headquarters, which was reduced to two hours' air-time per...
National Museum of Geology
Another highly worthwhile museum, this one features Romania's varied geological formations, with enough English signage on hand to give...
Former Ceauşescu Residence
Just east of Piaţa Charles de Gaulle is the former main residence of Nicolae and Elena Ceauşescu, also known as the Primăverii Palace....
British-style pub caters to a more professional, but still boozy, crowd in this smoky, busy two-floor place in northern Bucharest.
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...
Zambaccian Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Tricky to find, the little Zambaccian Museum is in a restored villa between B-dul Aviatorilor and Calea Dorobanţilor (just north of Piaţa Dorobanţilor). The small collection boasts mostly Romanian paintings from the early 20th century, plus a Matisse, a Cezanne and a couple of Renoirs – all collected by the late Armenian businessman Krikor Zambaccian.