Apartment: Boulevard Dacia 102, 4th floor, apt 21, Near Gemini Square (Piata Gemeni)
we are waiting at the apartment to hand over keys
Please always communicate in advance your arrival airport station etc.
- Take a yellow taxi :) 1:39 she / km
you can wander around the town to 30 cents per km
modern and comfortable apartment 4 floor with lift 1 bedroom + services, can accommodate up to 3 people.
a double bed and a sofa bed
Located in the center of Bucharest
Subway 700 Mt
Taxi and bus 20 Mt
Welcome to the heart of Bucharest close to Romana Square.
Modern design interior, central location makes
this apartment an excellent choice for both business
or pleasure in Bucharest.
The location is very convenient to visit the city '
thanks to the ease of access to transport networks
public (taxi, bus, subway) and the possibility of
Free car parking free.
The Old Bucharest (Down-Town) on Lipscani is also within walking distance,
with over 300 rooms of restaurants, nightclubs, pubs
and bars to enjoy the nightlife.
35 sqm 1 bedroom apartment + kitchen and bathroom
At 200 meters from Piazza Geminii
Gyros Fast Food
with outdoor seating, Romanian Greek and turkish all specialties'
Kebab, Shaorma, Salade, Mici (Romanian sausages)
In front of apartment 50 meters from a supermarket
Mega Image opened at 23h00,
on the ground floor of the same building you can find pharmacy
bakery small market is a typical fruit market of Romanian
peaceful and quiet apartment sleeps up to 3 people
It has magnificent views with 2 balconies on the Boulevards Dacia
It has been renovated in 2015 and is fully furnished
It consists of - Large Bedroom for 2 people, with open kitchen and
fully equipped with fridge, microwave,
mocha coffee and sugar,
Fi Internet Access 300 Mbps
Flat screen tv, and a large extendable sofa with sleep function for 1 person,
large double bed with pillows and matarasso memory
and storage space consistent
Facilities Iron and hairdryer are available.
Modern bathroom with shower and washing machine, air-conditioned room.
Clean linen and towels are included in the price
We do not pay bail 'cause we believe to host
educated educated friends who respect the house as respect his
Please ask for our special price for
a period longer than 30 days stay
Known as the "Little Paris", Bucharest is the capital of Romania, and thus the largest center of events in Romania. Every year, Bucharest hosts many fairs and exhibitions, music and film festivals, concerts and shows.
Located in the center of Bucharest, to visit all the main museums, public buildings, and parks, the Palace of Parliament (House of the People), Old Town, CEC Palace, Carol Park (Parcul Carol), Tineretului Park, Patriarchal Cathedral, Cismigiu Gardens , and many others .
For visitors in search of authentic Romanian culinary experiences, in the vicinity there are a multitude of well-known restaurants, such as: a Manuc Inn (Hanul lui Manuc) and Caru 'cu Bere, appreciated not only for good quality food, but also for their atmosphere that recreates the interbellum of Bucharest lifestyle.
Close to the best shopping malls, Mall Vitan and Unirii Shopping Center,
Afi Palace more 'largest shopping center in Romania
with attached rink cinemas casino games' etc.
It has a multitude of famous brand stores along with restaurants and many dining options
You can visit the city by taxi at a cost of about 30 cents per km.
free public parking on piata Gemini.
From the airport you can reach us by express bus 783 to Romana Square.
-------------- ADDITIONAL SERVICES
Door-to-door airport transfer:
€ 20 one-way
35 € A / R
# At the request of the City Tour
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The check-in at 14 pm
check out at 12.00
and it may be extended if there are no other guests arriving
INFORMATION AND SMALL GUIDE ~ ~ ~
Romania is a fascinating country, rich in medieval towns with castles and fortresses, wooden churches and monasteries painted, or hidden city in the hills, ideal for holidays and relaxing in spa centers walks in unspoilt nature.
The trip to Romania also offers the possibility of pleasant surprises, such as the local food and wine, traditions, and increasingly recognized and appreciated around the world.
This small guide tour of Transylvania from Bucharest, illustrated with maps, places, photos and subtitles, the distance extends for about 400 km: Bucharest,
Sinaia, Bran, Brasov, Sibiu, Hunedoara, Gorj and Arges.
Another destination Bucharest, Constanta and Mamaia for a ride to the sea.
And 'possible to smoke on the balcony.
Free public parking on the road.
to arrive at the apartment address: Bld Dacia 102, apt 21,
4th floor elevator
- Take a yellow taxi :) 1.39 lei / km
- From the airport take Express Bus No. 783 to Romana Square,
5 minutes to walk to the apartment.
- From the North Station you can take tram 86 and get under the house
Brand new apartment in the city center of Bucharest. 5 minutes walk from Piazza Romana
The apartment was renovated in December 2015, it can 'accommodate up to 3 people. A double bed, and a sofa bed, a flat screen TV with over 100 international channels and a powerful internet wifi.
fully equipped kitchen you can cook at home and enjoy a good dinner / lunch.
The bedroom has a king size bed with mattress and pillows memory a washing machine, iron and a good shower are at your disposal.
For a fee, you can take a car for a ride around the city x 25 € / day. Opel Astra Sw 5 places with large luggage
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We live in Italy, but we are often in Bucharest.
When we're not in Romania, one of my trusted person, you are waiting to deliver the apartment key.
Bucharest is the capital of Romania and, at the same time, the largest city, industrial and commercial center of the country. The first reference to the town in 1459 and in 1862 became the capital of Romania.
Since then undergoes constant change, being the center of the art scene, culture and media. Between the two world wars, the elegant architecture and elite Bucharest brought him the nickname of Little Paris. The capital has the same administrative level as a county and is divided into six sectors, see the map of Bucharest.
Bucharest is in the south-east, between Ploiesti and Giurgiu, the banks of the Dambovita River, which flows into the Arges, a tributary of the Danube. Several lakes spread along the Colentina River, within the city, such as the Floreasca Lake, Lake Tei and Lake Colentina, and in the center there is a lake in Cismigiu.
This lake, the former swimming pool in the old medieval city, is surrounded by Cismigiu Garden, inaugurated in 1847 by the German architect Carl FW Meyer. Besides Cismigiu,
two other large parks, Herastrau (Village Museum) and Botanical Garden (the biggest in Romania and comprising over 10,000 species of plants, including exotic).
Bucharest has a special status in the country, is the only city that does not belong to any county. However, the population is bigger than any county.
Hall manages the city and is led by a mayor. The city has a total area of 228 km², located six administrative districts, each headed by its own mayor.
The sectors are arranged radially so that each of us has a role in the management of the city center. City Hall is responsible for utilities and industry Mayors Responsible contact between citizens and local government, secondary streets, parks, schools and sanitation services.
Visit to Bucharest
House of the People (Parliament)
E 'was built on the former Hill Spirii (name of a well known local doctor) after the 80s, it has a height of 84m (12 floors) and a 330,000 square meters.
Guinness scored the second largest building after the Pentagon - with an area of 330,000 m2 and is ranked third in volume to 2,550,000 m3.
People's House was meant to be or residence of the presidency, the Central Committee of the Communist Party and some ministries. It includes a huge stocking monumental sculptures, golden ipsoserii decorative flooring, brocades, tapestries and heavy carpets, all in a number of salons, galleries, sumptuous rooms, corridors and rooms of generous size.
The palace contains large halls, long corridors, numerous huge rooms, and the largest was called Union Hall, with a height of 16 meters and a 2200 square meters area
in 1997 he became the Palace of Parliament.
Parliament building can be visited every day in organized groups.
It is one of the most representative buildings of the capital. The building was built between 1886-1888, after the French architect Albert Galleron. The exterior architecture is a mix of styles: neoclassical, baroque and Ionic.
In Romania the events of the opera genre dates back to the nineteenth century, but the Romanian Opera is a relatively new building (1953). Erected by architect Octav Doicescu, the building has a capacity of 2200 seats on the upper floor of the Museum are exhibited documents, photographs, costumes.
In front of the statue of the great composer George Enescu, a bronze sculpture by Ion mourning.
CEC as an institution was founded in 1864 by a law initiated by Alexandru Ioan Cuza. In 1875 he began the construction of its own building. On the place where CEC is today there was then the church of St. John the Great, which was demolished to make way for construction of the first.
The present structure was built by the French architect Paul Gottereau. Construction was completed in 1900 and since then the CEC has worked in this building without making other significant changes.
Built in a French neoclassical style building it was built in 1912 by architect D. Maimarolu, V. Stefanescu and E. Doneaud. Fountain in front of the building called Sarindar, after the church, probably built by Matei Basarab, much later, in the late eighteenth century icon was famous for Virgin miracle.
National Theater Bucharest
The impressive building of the National Theatre was made between 1967-1970, according to the project of a group of architects coordinated by Horia Maicu, Romeo Stefan and N. Cucu.
The first performances by amateur artists, took place in 1814 in Iasi and Bucharest in 1818.
The number of rooms increased from 14 to 16, the beginning of World War II to 45-50 in 70 and 80 and then to 52 in 1996.
After the 1989 revolution, the Romanian theater was imposed by representatives of success on the big stages of the world, thanks to its excellent actors and an original King of directors such as Silviu Purcărete due Catalina Buzoianu, Tompa and Michael Maniutiu
It is a political and administrative center of important traces of the Romanian Country, here not being an open air museum where you can see large cellars in the basement, Room Hall columns, etc.
The oldest civil building in Bucharest, preserved in its original form, which belonged to the Melik family since 1820. It currently houses the "Th. Pallady".
Inn to Inn was built by the great merchant Manuc-drinking in the first decade of the century. XIX
A tip for tourists who want to visit and enjoy the capital: I am Italian, and every time I return I discover new sites.
A few days is not enough to visit the city ', the case of a big city with lots of space and many points of attraction. So, from one point to another can be considerable distances on foot, and pleasant for walkers.
Council at least 5 days for stay valid for cheapness 'of those who can' adapt to life in Romania
- Smoking allowed
- Air conditioning
- Cot available
- Free parking
- Washing machine
- Panoramic view
- Bed linen
- Cable TV
- Hair dryer
Availability calendar and prices
- Cleanliness 4.0 stars
- Facilities 3.0 stars
- Location 3.0 stars
- Value for money 4.0 stars
- Accuracy of description 3.0 stars
Doug 3.0 stars 08/27/2015
We arrived there during a heat wave in Bucharest. and the apartment was extremely hot! There is a bed in the bedroom and a couch bed in the living room. There is an air conditioner in the bedroom but not in the living room. We emailed the hosts to ask them if they had a fan we could use in the living room. They did not respond back until after we had already checked out of the apartment, and they stated that their fan was broken. The living room never cooled down enough to be comfortable for sleeping there. so we ended up having to move the couch bed into the bedroom.
The hosts were not there, as they were out of the country. There is a an older lady living in this same building who manages this apartment for the hosts but she does not speak 1 word of English so it was impossible to communicate with her. The Wi-Fi connection was horrible and we ended up using our cell phone's data network for internet access.
Doug 2.0 stars 08/27/2015
The hosts seem like nice people but they are basically absentee landlords as they are often out of the county. Had they been local, I'm sure they could have purchased a fan. It was a disappointment that they did not respond to our request for a fan until after we had already checked out. In my opinion, you are better off renting an apartment from a host who lives and stays near-by as there is a much better chance that they can respond to any concerns or problems you might be experiencing.