The Dacia area of Bucharest is centred on the elegant boulevard of the same name, which links Piata Romana with Calea Mosilor. The boulevard is home to some of the city's most elegant 19th and early 20th century villas, and is flanked to the north by Strada Mihai Eminescu, and to the south by Stradas C.A. and Maria Rosetti: both of which are - in parts - equally blessed with architectural gems. Indeed, the odd ugly block here and there aside, the vast majority of the area survived the demolitions of the communist era intact. Popular as a residential area for wealthy locals the district is also home to some elegant hotels and restaurants, alongside a large number of foreign embassies and consulates.
Bus No. 133 from Piata Romana runs the full length of Bulevardul Dacia. The area can also be easily reached on foot from just about anywhere in the city centre, however.