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Bucharest Flights Guide

Bucharest, RomaniaRomania's capital looks like one big jumble of different time periods, with medieval churches and French palaces found steps away from modern office buildings. Bucharest is home to some of Romania's best museums, an energetic student population, as well as passionate theatre and opera enthusiasts.

The city has one of Europe's most extensive public transportation systems, which includes a 4-line metro, as well as buses, trams, and trolleybuses. It's also one of the cheapest places in the country to hire a car, with agencies found at the airport and throughout the city. Focusing on the traditional Romanian way of life, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant is home to a nice collection of tools, clothing, and other artifacts. The museum's accompanying shop is one of the best places to pick up authentic handicrafts and folk art. Along with an open-air theatre, sports grounds and restaurants, Herastrau Park is home to the Village Museum, which features more than 300 buildings recreating Romania's rural architecture. Bucharest's oldest park, Cismigiu Gardens, is a well-landscaped retreat with skating and boating on the lake, as well as charming outdoor chess sets.

The city's old center, Lipscani, has been widely renovated, attracting the city's younger residents. It offers a mix of 19th-century buildings, cobblestone streets, and the ruins of a medieval court, along with hotels, clubs, restaurants and shops. Built in the 18th-century, Stavropoleos Church is a lovely stone church with some beautiful sculptures and frescos inside.

Meat, particularly pork, is a big part of local cuisine. Shaorma is the most popular fast food, but you'll also find cuisines from every culture, from Italian and French, to Japanese and Indian. The locals take music seriously, and the 1950s Opera Romana and the domed Romanian Athenaeum music hall are both lovely venues for watching ballet or opera. Bucharest offers numerous antique stores, which sell everything from furniture and decorations, to artwork and odd knickknacks. For something a little more upmarket, check out Calea Victoriei, which is home to big names like Hugo Boss, Stefanel, and Guess.

Country travel information is available at our Romania Holidays guide.