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Bucharest travel guide
With stunning Belle Époque architecture, leafy tree-lined boulevards and it’s very own Arc du Triumph, Romania’s capital deserves its nickname the ‘Paris of the East’. Whether you’re visiting for business or heading for a European city break, book a flight to Bucharest with flydubai and travel in comfort and style.
We offer both Economy and Business Class seats on a range of flights to Bucharest. Whichever you choose, you can expect comfort, convenience and plenty to entertain you onboard. We’ve also made online check-in available across more than 70 of our destinations, so you can streamline your journey and save time at the airport. Or if you value a face-to-face service, our team are on hand to check you in at the airport - just head to one of our desks.
Uncover the old town
Immerse yourself in the heart of Bucharest - the charming Old Town. Enjoy a thriving café and bar scene while taking in the beautiful mix of architecture.
Discover the culture
Head to the shores of Herăstrău Lake and enjoy a glimpse into Romania’s past at the open-air Village Museum. Wander the cluster of historic dwellings, with windmills, churches and homesteads illustrating the country’s eclectic folk architecture.
Marvel at the Palace of Parliament
One of the best things to do in Bucharest is visit the Palace of Parliament. The building is one of the city’s most famous, and it’s the second biggest administrative building in the world, surpassed only by the Pentagon. See its head-spinning grandeur for yourself and explore the staggering 1,100 rooms contained within.
Bucharest is a destination unlike any other. Soak up the harmonious contrasts of modern and historic architecture, and enjoy the warm welcome of the residents when you start sightseeing in Bucharest.
Explore Transylvanian legends
Romania’s castles are at their most jaw-dropping in Transylvania, exuding magic, mystery and the city’s famed mythology. Make your way to the land of Count Dracula, only a short journey from Bucharest. For a real taste of gothic architecture, visit Bran Castle, also known as ‘Dracula’s Castle’. This 13th-century masterpiece is not only iconic, it’s atmospheric, and looms proudly over the surrounding countryside. Tucked into the Capathian Mountains is the Peles Castle. This striking Neo-Renaissance fortress is also worth a visit on your tour of Transylvania.
Embark on a culinary adventure
Bucharest is home to a delicious mix of cuisines and flavours. Feast on hearty Romanian dishes when you delve into the city’s affordable eateries and restaurants. Game meat is one of main delicacies in the capital – sample it at its finest at Lacrimi si Sfinti in the Old Town, one of the best restaurants in Bucharest. While you’re in the city, make it your mission to explore the many bohemian garden cafes in Bucharest. Visit Café Verona and find a welcoming outdoor sanctuary hidden behind a local bookshop. Discover a little patch of paradise when you call in at Gradina Eden behind the Stirbey Palace. A popular spot for locals and hipsters, this truly is a hidden gem and definitely one worth seeking out.
Discover a world of history
Awash with beautiful landmarks, Bucharest is a treasure trove of historical destinations. Head to the Romanian Athenaeum for a concert performance or lecture and marvel at the impressive architecture. The jewel in Bucharest’s crown, this eye-catching building is also classified as a historical monument, to further mark its prominence in the city. Go a little further afield and visit the Snagov Monastery. This small house of worship tucked away on the tiny Snagov island is a place of mystery. Rumoured to be the resting place of Vlad the Impaler, the monastery is definitely worth a visit.
Bucharest’s natural hotspots
Find beautiful natural hotspots throughout the city when you start to explore its green spaces. Cişmigiu Garden is one of the best Bucharest parks to visit. Stroll through tree-lined walkways and head to cute cafes for a relaxing day in the great outdoors. Venture further afield in pursuit of Mogosoaia Domain and Palace, where you can meander around the grounds and maybe even dip your toes in the lake.
Romania’s visa requirements vary dependent on your home country. Speak to your embassy for more information before you fly to Bucharest.
While in the Bucharest, you’ll use Romania’s national currency – the Romanian Leu (RON). Frequently used notes include: 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100.
Romanian is the official national language of Bucharest, though you may find Hungarian and English are also widely spoken throughout the country.
The weather in Bucharest is at its hottest between July and September, reaching temperatures of up to 32°C. Expect colder conditions between January and March, with lows of 0°C.
Public transport is plentiful in this city. You can make use of buses, trolleybuses, trams and the Bucharest metro to make your way around. Taxis are also readily available throughout Bucharest and we recommend agreeing a fare with the driver before you start your journey. If you’re thinking of driving in Bucharest, hire a car ahead of your arrival so you can pick up the keys at the airport and set straight off on your adventure.