The Village Museum is one of the world’s first open-air museums containing about 300 traditional structures like churches, mills etc. as well as samples displaying the traditional way of life around Romania. If you visit the beautiful Museum of the Romanian Peasant at the right time, you can witness a traditional crafts festival taking place.
... More /> The Stavropoleos Church (with some exquisite sculptures), the Curtea Veche Church (the coronation site of many European princes) and the Plumbuita Monastery (which has a religious objects museum as well as a park) are fine examples of true Roman architecture.
The city has a typical continental climate with hot summers (28°C–40°C) and cold winters (reaching below 0°C). June to December is considered an ideal time to visit.
The city is home to around 2 million residents and attracts a constant influx of tourists as a result of its landmarks and scenic heritage.
Apart from being known for its quality of education, Bucharest is also the country’s largest ... More industrial and commercial centre. It is well connected to other Romanian cities and European capitals, and has two airports within city limits. However, if you’re coming from outside Europe, it may be difficult to find an airline that flies directly into Bucharest.
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