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Editor's Picks & Featured Venues
First built perhaps as early as 1416, this could well be the site of the oldest church in Bucharest. Nobody is exactly sure how long there has been a church here, but we do know that it predates the Radu Voda monastery opposite, which was first construct
This, people, is a very good hotel where you get a hell of a lot of room for a relatively small amount of money. All come furnished well with terrific beds, big desks and comfy armchairs. Bathrooms are equally impressive and modern. There is Wifi through
A very good restaurant indeed, one of the most consistent hotel-based eateries in the city. Featuring a wide range of Romanian and international dishes, the menu here changes regularly, usually in time with the seasons. Of the perennials, the lamb chops
Bucharest's best ice cream, made fresh on the premises, and what's more, it doesn't cost a fortune. There are a multitude of flavours to choose from, and they even have vegan ice cream: great news for the faithful next door at the monastery on lent days
Making excellent use of the wide open spaces of the Parliament Palace, this vast gallery displays the work of Romania's finest contemporary artists. There are also works on display by international artists, and regular topical exhibitions. We think it's
One of the first, and still one of the best loved Irish pubs to open in all of Romania. Set over two levels, with three great bars, the Guinness is as exemplary as ever, and the food is fabulous, a cut above your usual pub grub and bordering on