Pogor House Literary Museum
This museum was originally Vasile Pogor's 1850s mansion, from 1871 hosting literary society meetings. On its grounds stand rows of busts...
This small, neoclassical palace was Alexandru Cuza's home for three years (1859–62), and later housed King Ferdinand during his WWI...
Mihai Eminescu Museum of Literature
This museum documents the writings, life and loves of Eminescu (1850–89), Romania’s favourite writer and poet. The great love of the...
This saloon-like pub features long benches separated by wood-framed sections, and plays '80s and '90s music; decent food is served 'til...
Enjoy cheap but tasty bites on the terrace under the lime trees at this student joint.
Str Arcu 29 · interesting places nearby
Billa is a fully stocked supermarket with takeaway food and Communist-era long lines. Smaller, 24-hour markets line B-dul Ştefan cel Mare.