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 cafes. 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, cafes, 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.
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 or choose any other adult entertainment; you won’t be disappointed.