A small selection with details from Hanul Manuc, a top attraction in Bucharest, a good place to enjoy an afternoon in Bucharest. It is in Unirii Square (Piata Unirii) and close to Old Center (Centrul Vechi).
Temporary exhibition at Curtea Veche Bucuresti, with everything in the gray tones.
Some of the ruins still alive at Curtea Veche complex (the Old Princely Court) in Bucharest. It is one of the oldest places in Bucharest and a must see for those visiting the city and old center.
A few typical views for Bucharest, from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) looking North and North-West to Free Press House (Casa Presei Libere) and City Gate towers. The last picture is from 2007, when City Gate was still in the initial phase of the project.
If you want to play golf in Bucharest, this is your destination: Diplimatic Club (Clubul Diplomatic), near Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau), always ready and always waiting for new guests.
Beautiful decoration from a building on Victoriei Avenue (Calea Victoriei).
The entry to one of the oldest churches in Bucharest, at Stavropoleos Monastery (Manastirea Stavropoleos). Definitely a ‘must see’ for anybody visiting Bucharest. More information on the history of the place as well as inside pictures can be found here.
Not everybody has the money or the change to live in the city center. Sala Palatului area in considered to be one of the best for central apartments.
A morning view of Elefterie Church (Biserica Elefterie) in Bucharest, one of the most beautiful churches from the city.
A few pictures from the special Easter Concert at the Romanian Athenaeum (Ateneul Roman) on 4 April 2012 and some details with the impressive ceiling decorations. You can find more about the Romanian Athenaeum here or enjoy an interactive panoramic view here.