First Romanian School Museum
This building packs a staggering amount of antique books, including the first Russian bible and 15th-century school books that admonish...
St Nicholas’ Cathedral
St Nicholas’ Cathedral, first built in wood in 1392, replaced by a Gothic stone church in 1495, and later embellished in Byzantine...
Baritiu 16 'Organic'
This bijou hole-in-the-wall cafe is the vitamin shot you need to give your feet sightseeing wings. Banish those carb-heavy meat dishes...
Piaţa Unirii · interesting places nearby
Casa Româneasca information
Piping out aromas of pork crackling in onion, meatball soup, chicken liver and bacon and sarmalute cu mamaliguta (boiled beef rolled with vegetables, spices and cabbage), you can smell this redolent restaurant down the street.