The Village Museum is, maybe, one of the main attractions of nowadays Bucharest, even if the thought of an almost entire village being situated in the middle of the capital of Romania is kind of ironical. In a crowded city as Bucharest, with plenty of luxury hotels and restaurants, the Village museum hosts a large collection of old Romanian houses dated back from the 18th century. Here, you can find houses not only from various periods of time, but also from various regions of Romania, the most famous houses and wooden churches being the ones from Maramures, well known for their exceptional wood sculptures. The Village Museum is not only a museum but a village itself, having everything a real village needs like market places, roads, trees, plants, except people that actually live in the houses.
To make a total of it, in the Village Museum you can find almost 350 houses and monuments, which make the object of a permanent exhibition. In addition to the old houses and monuments, here you can view old tools that made life possible for the Romanian peasantry back in the days. Sometimes, you can also witness exhibitions with sale of crafts and old arts. Therefore, if you find yourself in the Village Museum in such a period of time, you can go back home with a souvenir that will always remind of you of this unique place in the world.
The Village Museum started to exist in 1936 and nowadays it bears the name of one of it’s most important founders, Dimitrie Gusti and has been located ever since in District #1 of Bucharest, in the Carol the 2nd Park, near the Baneasa lake. To enter the museum, you must pay a small tax.
Why go to the Village Museum while staying in Bucharest? Because it’s considered unique in the whole Europe and it takes you in a world in which you never been. A walk alongside the old houses that once were actually lived works exactly like a time machine, allowing you to imagine how the villages looked like back in the days when we had no smartphones. The simple life presented to you like an alternative, like a way of life, like Heaven, if you please. Even if you reside in a luxury hotel in Bucharest, a few hour change is never a bad thing, but a breath of fresh air given to you in a moment of need, when you feel tired of all the city racket and fast technology.
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This is all about Bucharest Hotels, online reservation, infos regarding all Bucharest hotels, in Romanian and English language.
Also, you can check a complete list of Bucharest restaurants (restaurante Bucuresti), organized by culinary type.
Harta online Bucuresti a fost creata initial pentru Bucharest-guide.ro, un ghid al Bucurestiului in care puteti gasi mai multe obiective turistice sau de alta natura: hoteluri, muzee, restaurante, baruri si altele. De asemenea le puteti vizualiza si pe aceasta harta a Bucurestiului.
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Bucharest online map
The map is actually a map of only one city, namely Bucharest, the capital of Romania. The map was first created for Bucharest-Guide.ro, a travel guide of Bucharest. Inside this travel guide you can find several travel objectives, hotels, museums and other stuff like that.
You can find all these objectives on this map.
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Every imaginable recreational activity can be done in Bucharest, from different sport activities to club life or chilling with your friends on the terrace of some of the nicest cafés. Bucharest was known as the little Paris in the period between the two World Wars. Naturally, some of its charm has remained intact and the municipality is reviving the city’s former glory. The old city center is now bustling with pubs, cafes and restaurants where thousands of people flock each day to escape the busy everyday office life.
If shopping is your entertainment, you will be happy to find out that Bucharest is the capital city with the biggest number of shopping malls in Eastern Europe. Large complexes with hundreds of shops, cafés, restaurants and cinemas await residents and tourists alike.
If you’re hot, you’ll need to ‘dress to impress’ to get into the hottest nightclubs in town: Fratelli, Bellagio, Player, Studio Martin, Kristal Glam Club and the ultra ultra chic Club Bamboo where only the best looking and the best dressed people stand any chance of getting in. Prices are very high.
Restaurants in Bucharest are famous to fulfill your expectations, offering you special Romanian dishes, national and international cuisine and refined drinks within good taste and affordable prices. Let’s take a short look on some famous restaurant to find out the taste and choice of Bucharest’s restaurants. Some restaurants are:
Now Bucharest boasts something for everyone. If you’re looking for a ‘happy ending,’ no need to go to Thailand. Go to Stars Night Club.