April Photo Challenge : Terraces – Roundup

We challenged our guides to show you their view over Bucharest`s details on our Instagram account. In April they had our city's TERRACES.

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Brancovenesc – diving into Romanian architecture

The Brancovenesc style, also known as Wallachian Renaissance or Romanian Renaissance, is an art dating back to the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

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Salajan: the place to switch off

Bucharest is organised in 6 different sectors with their own city hall, its own neighbourhoods and its own characteristics. Let’s meet Salajan.

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A Great Green City – 3 must-visit parks

Explore the three parks you should not miss when visiting our lovely city Bucharest.

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March Photo Challenge : A city in Bloom – Roundup

We challenged our guides to show you their view over Bucharest`s details on our Instagram account. In March they had a city in BLOOM.

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Like internet, just offline – The biggest flea market of Bucharest, Targul Vitan

I explored how it feels like to spend half of day in a specific Romanian vibe of negotiations. Meet the biggest flea market of Bucharest, Targul Vitan.

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My Romanian Store

My Romanian Store is an alternative to the traditional souvenir shops and a must go to place.

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Bucharest Coffee Culture – ready, steady, go!

During the past two years, Bucharest has been catching up with the trend of indie coffee shops, discovering coffee culture as part of the urban landscape.

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Accommodating the Tastes of Many – Food Trends in Bucharest

As a food-lover, I’ve noticed this past year a head-to-head trend among people in Bucharest: burger lovers vs. organic enthusiasts.

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February Photo Challenge : Faces/Figures – Roundup

We challenged our guides to show you their view over Bucharest`s details on our Instagram account. In January they had Figures/Faces.

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