Discover the fascinating history of Bucharest
Wide tree-lined boulevards, neoclassical architecture and glittering palaces will make up the landscape of your holidays to Bucharest.
With the wide range of important historical and cultural sites, the delightful cafe-culture and the excellent shopping, you’ll find plenty to entertain you on your holidays to Bucharest. Bucharest is only around three and a half hours by plane from London airports, and with a whole host of excellent deals on flights and accommodation available at lowcostholidays.com you could be arriving on your Bucharest holidays sooner than you think.
Visit Revolution Square and see the very spot where President Nicolae Ceausescu's regime famously came crashing down in December, 1989. The Memorial of Rebirth, a 25 metre high white marble pillar with a crown now stands here to commemorate this historic event in the history of Romania.
Visit the Lipscani area on your Bucharest holidays, also known as the Historic Quarter, where you can get lost in a maze of old cobbled streets between the River Dambovita, Boulevard Bratianu and Boulevard Regina Elisabeta. Take in the many old, 16th century buildings including the Curtea Veche, or The Princely Palace, which was Bram Stoker's inspiration for Dracula.
Looking to relax on your holidays to Bucharest? Then why not take a day out from the bustle of the city to Snagov Lake? Surrounded by forest, this picturesque landscape is a great place to unwind after some full days of exploring the city of Bucharest. Don’t miss the monastery that sits at the middle of the lake.
Bucharest enjoys a continental climate, which means that summers are hot and dry, and winters often fall below freezing. Rainfall is not particularly common, though you can expect the most rain in autumn and spring. Bucharest holidays are great at any time of year.
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