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Short-term accommodation in Bucharest


Bucharest is a very attractive tourist destination, a unique blend of ancient architecture and modern design, a city where the communist culture has left scars. If you are planning a visit to Bucharest, choose from the homes available for short-term rental in the Romanian capital - luxury apartments in the most exclusive neighborhoods of the city, studios placed in the most popular tourist locations, apartments in business areas ideal for business travels. Find short-term rentals for accommodation in Bucharest, in beautiful homes placed in central locations at affordable prices.


Must–see attractions in Bucharest


Bucharest has something to offer to everyone. One of the most popular sights in the capital of Romania is the Parliament Palace, one of the most impressive and controversial buildings in the world, a symbol of the communist regime. The Athenaeum is the most prestigious concert hall in Bucharest and one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. Do not miss the Village Museum in Herastrau Park or Bellu Cemetery, an unusual attraction with its impressive gallery of sculptures and tombs created by famous artists. You should visit the old churches: Stavropoleos, Coltea, Selari, Bucur and Sfantu Gheorghe are among the most outstanding.


Recommended activities in Bucharest


To discover the city’s life, you should take a walk on Calea Victoriei, street that brings together some of the most important historical and cultural attractions of the city (The National Museum of History, The CEC Palace, The Military Palace, The Revolution Square, The National Art Museum,The Athenaeum or The Cantacuzino Palace). You really need to explore the Old Town, which is the peak of nightlife in Bucharest and where there are countless bars and restaurants. If you like parks, visit Carol, Cismigiu and Herastrau.


How to get to Bucharest


All roads lead to Bucharest. You can arrive in the Romanian capital by any means of transport you choose - car, bus, train or plane. In Bucharest there are two airports with frequent flights to most countries.