Welcome to Welge Travel Report's Bucharest city guide. Here you'l find the best of Bucharest. WTR's Bucharest map shows you the location of our favorite things to do in Bucharest - including The Antipa Museum and Stavropoleos Monastery.
You'll also find the best dining in Bucharest, guided by WTR's own Carlota Cuisine. Fine dining in Bucharest includes The Artist and Energiea .
The Welge Report Notables for Bucharest
Getting around in Bucharest
PublicTransportation in Bucharest
WTR's Tony Transit says the best way to navigate around Bucharest is public transportation (http://www.transporturban.ro/en/bucuresti/)
Shopping in Bucharest
Our Shari Shopper says the best shopping in Bucharest is the historical center, crossed by Lipscani Street and next to Calea Victoriei is a wonderful place to search out fashion boutiques, stores, antique, art and souvenirs.
Business Information in Bucharest
Here is help in regard to your business in Bucharest: (http://romaniatourism.com/bucharest.html)
People Watching in Bucharest
WTR's Francois Flaneur says find a table in Old Town.
Beverages in Bucharest
Our Winnie Winesnob says Romanian’s prefer white wines that range from sweet to dry and acidic. They are growing more noble grapes to compete in the world of wine. Romania produces a plum brandy called tzuica and they love their beers. Our Larry Lager says look for labels Ciuc, Silva, Ursus and Timisoreana.
Dining in Bucharest
Our Carlota Cuisine thinks you'll find the best dining experience at Hanu' lui Manuc - B,L,D: Daily, Strade Franceza 62-64, 40 730 188 653
Here's traditional Romanian food presented in a movie set - it's the oldest hotel/restaurant in town. Expect tripe soup, cheese croquettes, lamb meatballs and chicken roulade.
Wines are Romanian and your dessert is dark chocolate cake.
Nightlife/Entertainment in Bucharest
WTR's Shauna Showtime says the best entertainment is in the old center of Bucharest.
Exchange Rates (http://www.x-rates.com/)
Recognition for Bucharest
We extend special thanks to the people who manage and/or own the institutions, museums and restaurants featured in our guides. In some instances we have relied on their descriptions and photos.
Lagniappe for Bucharest
WTR's Ernie Exhibit provides information on special current exhibitions for our featured museums. Such as: The National Museum of Art of Romania.
Now to June 10, 2018 see Mihail Grecu
The exhibition features 72 works by Mihail Grecu (1916-1998), one of the most prominent 20th century artists in the Republic of Moldova. Mihail Grecu explored light and shadow as much as spatial relationships; this first stage, anchored in the aesthetics of old masters, was followed by a more post-impressionist one (late 1950s-1960s) when the artist focused primarily on light and pure colours. In the 1970s his paintings, rooted in an objective reality, gained a touching depth. The painter experimented with a wide range of unconventional materials hardly typical of easel painting, such as bitumen, industrial paints and lacquers, bronze and silver powder, spray paints. These became the trademark of a highly individualised artistic and spiritual world.