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Things to do in Romania
Bucharest - discover the art and antique shops of the Lipscani District
The Lipscani district of Bucharest became the center of trade in the early 15th century as traders from all over Europe met in a central point to do business. As a result the area is full of different architectural buildings that in themselves are worth a visit but it is their contents that make the district such an enjoyable place to visit as there are many art galleries and antique shops. Even the cobbled streets add to the atmosphere of the area and the history.
Bucharest - enjoy the park and lake of Mogosoaia Palace
The Mogosoaia Palace was completed in 1702 and is a blend of Roman and Byzantium designs as well as Italian Renaissance and the Baroque. The Palace also contains a museum that contains a wide exhibition of paintings, precious metal embroideries, rare books and sculptures. In addition to a large lake, which is one of the best places to view the Palace, there are also gardens to walk around.
Bucharest - take a stroll around Herastrau Park
There is plenty to do in the Herastrau Park for all of the family and is somewhere that many residents of Bucharest come to at the weekend to relax and enjoy themselves, often with a picnic. The park has a lake where you can rent a boat or walk around its edges for relaxation. There is an old style fairground for the children, a village museum as well as a number of restaurants and cafes where you can relax and enjoy yourself.
Bucharest - visit the National Art Museum
The National Art Museum in Bucharest was founded in 1948 to house the former Royal Collection, and was formerly used as a Royal Palace. There are over 100,000 works of art from the 15th to 20th century here, which makes it one of largest art collections in Europe. One of the galleries is noted for hosting the finest examples of Romanian art in the world. English guides are available and recommended. The museum is normally open 11.00 to 18.00 hours Wednesday to Sunday.
Cluj Napoca - step inside the Gothic St Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church in Cluj Napoca is one of the finest examples of Gothic Architecture in Transylvania, and there are many of them. The church took over 130 years to originally complete, and has been painstakingly renovated over the years. A recent renovation resulted in the discovery of 15th century murals, which coupled with the 14th century altar, make this a fascinating, historic place to visit.
Timisoara - visit Victory Sqaure and Metropolita Cathedral
Victory Square in Bucharest is the center for many of the cities finest buildings including the Romanian Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral which was built between 1936 and 1939 with its mosaic room and modern interior. In front of the cathedral is a memorial to those who lost their lives in the 1989 Revolution. The square is also the home of the Romanian Government as well as the Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum.
Introduction of Romania
Although Romania may not be an obvious choice for a European holiday it is home to many attractions as well as a decent choice of Romania hotels in which to enjoy your stay. Many tourists flock to enjoy the country’s natural landscapes and tourism is an important part of Romania’s future developments. Transylvania is home to a wide choice of hotels that are often used by those looking to explore the home of Dracula. There are even some especially themed vampire hotels here that are aimed at those with a mid-range budget. Some of the best hotels in Romania are located in Budapest where visitors can spend as much or as little as they choose. The top Romania hotels are as good as any you will find elsewhere in Europe with good facilities and amenities along with a wealth of attractions that are often based around local folklore and stories.