What The Travel Guides Say About Romania

Named "The Little Paris" by many Romanian people and by many other tourists, the gorgeous beauties of Bucharest and its rich history make the city a well-known place for pleasure holidays and for those who love history.

Named "The Little Paris" by many Romanian people and by many other tourists, the gorgeous beauties of Bucharest and its rich history make the city a well-known place for pleasure holidays and for those who love history. For those who have a small amount of money who confronts with a city of this level, its visiting may seem impossible. With all this, you will discover that a series of attractions and activities are available for a small amount of money. Travel to Romania and find the most amazing places.

The Revolution Square - it's one of the most important places in the city and it's very popular among the tourists. This is the place where Ceausescu held his last speech and where the violence of the revolution started. The visiting of the square is free and it's opened to the public at anytime. Visit Romania for this wonderful experience.

The Palace of the Parliament - At its beginnings it was meant to serve as a "crown jewelry" for the communist government, but with the falling of the Soviet Union, the new parliament moved in this amazing architectural wonder which has over 1000 rooms. Parts of the building are always opened to the public and guides are available for some extra cash.

The Village Museum - The museum presents the life of the Romanians in the rural environment along time. With real houses or replicas which covers hundreds of years of history, this amazing experience it's a necessity for every passionate man of history. The museum offers an amazing image of the people's mentality from Romania. Entrance fee is 2 EUR.

Public transportation - Fortunately for the tourists, there's no need to leave the center of the city. The most attractions find themselves very close. For those who are tired or wish to get over there fast, there is a subway which is less than 1 EUR/person. The buses and trams are very cheap and the tickets must be bought before climbing on.

The city of Bucharest occupies 55th place in the top 100 of cities to be visited with 2.1 million tourists in 2010, better with 5.4% than 2009.

Travel with Albatross Travel in Romania and we can offer you Bucharest airport transfers.

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