Arts Centre in Bucharest


Housed in a restored heritage building, Point is a three-floor cultural hub fostering contemporary arts through exhibitions, screenings, artist residencies and theatre productions, with a lovely garden in use during…
Live Music in Timişoara

La Căpiţe

Shaggy riverside beer garden and alternative hang-out strategically located across the street from the university, ensuring lively crowds on warm summer evenings. Most nights have live music or DJs. The name transla…
Live Music in Constanţa

Phoenix Club

Legendary rock club with a rep that goes back to the '90s for bringing to Constanţa Romania's biggest rock and metal acts. Check the walls for a list of groups that have played here over the years. It's still going …
Live Music in Bucharest

Club A

Run by students, this underground club is a classic and beloved by all who go there. Most weekends bring live music, with anything from rock and pop to blues and alternative.
Live Music in Bucharest


This is a favourite among club-goers who like alternative, turbo-folk, indie and garage sounds. Hosts both live acts and DJs, depending on the night.
Classical Music in Iaşi


The Iaşi State Philharmonic Orchestra's home hall is excellent for classical music; there's a 50% student discount.
Opera in Iaşi

Romanian National Opera

The Romanian National Opera of Iași occupies the same impressive neobaroque building as the Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre. The annual repertoire includes all of the Viennese, German, French and Italian classics…
Theatre in Iaşi

Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre

The National Theatre performs an impressive mix of high-brow and experimental plays, mainly in Romanian language. The theatre is located in the same impressive neobaroque building as the Romanian National Opera. Tic…
Cinema in Bucharest

Cinema Elvire Popesco

Housed in the courtyard of the French Institute, one of the most frequented cultural institutions in Bucharest, this cinema screens a variety of independent Romanian and foreign movies (with subtitles). Member of th…
Football in Bucharest

National Arena

The 56,000-seat national stadium was opened in 2011 and is home turf to the city's biggest football club, Steaua Bucureşti. The arena also hosts international football matches as well as big-name rock concerts and o…