Bucharest Sightseeing

The Peasant and Village Museums should probably take priority, as well as the Grigore Antipa National History Museum.

While still the most famous building in the city and usually top of the agenda for most visitors, House of the People (Parliment House) tends to be a bit of a let down for most, mainly due to the stilted nature of the compulsory guided tour.

Art lovers - especially fans of religious art - should pencil in at least an afternoon at the National Art Museum.

Last but not least, half a day at the Bellu Cemetery is a wonderful trip through Romanian literary, artistic, political and architectural history.

Old City Center is recommended for food and drink, many restaurants offering local specialities.

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Inyourpocket - Essential Bucharest

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