"Attractions in Bucharest..." Manuc's Inn and Old Princely Court Tip by Lucky79

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by Lucky79

The ancient center of city is known under the name of Curtea Veche (Old Court), including Manuc's Inn ans streets Selari, Specari, Covaci, Gabroveni and Lipscani - the first commercial and handicraft place of the town, situated in the historic downtown of Bucharest only a few meters far from the kilometer number 0 of the Romania Capital.
Also, in the central areas of Bucharest there are several old parks, Cismigiu Garden (1850), Botanical Garden (1884).
Bucharest is also skirted by numerous lakes and woods - in which one may see a number of monuments in the traditional Romanian architectural style: the Snagov forest and lake ( including the monastery with the same name lying on the isle in the midst of the lake where Count Dracula has been buried), Mogosoaia- with the Palace of Prince Constantin Brancoveanu, Cernica and Pasarea monasteries, the Caldarusani Lake and Monastery ( which was founded by ruling Prince Matei Bassarab), the Baneasa Woods.
Nowaday, Bucharest is the economic, social and cultural center of Romania, offreing a wide range of accommodation options, including private rooms, university campuses, hostels and hotels. The main places are in the center - Unirii Square, University Square and its surroundings, where there is the focal point for nightlife: you'll find plenty of entertaiment here, including bars, nightyclubs, theatres and cinemas.

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  • Updated Mar 10, 2003
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