Bucharest

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The vibrant capital of Romania is a city of contrasts. Triumphal arches and broad avenues bear witness to a time when Bucharest was nicknamed the ‘Paris of the East’, at a later time, however, its architecture was marked by the ideology of the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The most imposing building in Bucharest is the Palace of the Parliament, the world's second largest administrative building. The city's most alluring features are fascinating museums and Orthodox churches, as well as pleasant parks, trendy cafés and shops, where you can while away the hours.

Weather averages in January

  • Day 3°C
  • Night -4°C
  • Rain 5

The vibrant capital of Romania is a city of contrasts. Triumphal arches and broad avenues bear witness to a time when Bucharest was nicknamed the ‘Paris of the East’, at a later time, however, its architecture was marked by the ideology of the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The most imposing building in Bucharest is the Palace of the Parliament, the world's second largest administrative building. The city's most alluring features are fascinating museums and Orthodox churches, as well as pleasant parks, trendy cafés and shops, where you can while away the hours.

Weather averages in January

  • Day 3°C
  • Night -4°C
  • Rain 5

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Bucharest Henri Coandă

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is Romania's busiest international airport, located in Otopeni, 17 km north of Bucharest's city centre, which can be reached by car (a 30-minute car ride), as well as by bus and taxi.

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