Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the largest city and the main political, administrative, economic, financial, banking, educational, scientific and cultural center of the country. Bucharest, a capital which was certified more than 500 years ago, is nowadays animated by a population of almost two million inhabitants.

Time has preserved the scent of the past and has embedded it in never-ending stories. The Lipscani area is the oldest remaining part of Bucharest and is known as the “historical center”. This district was Bucharest’s most important commercial zone from the middle ages to late 20th century. Also, the prince had his court here – the ruins can be seen today on the French Street. While probably famed more for its history and its nightlife, the Old Town area of Bucharest is in fact home to some superb places to eat: both high end, fine-dining establishments as well as kebabs and take-aways.

Today, the city is a mix of old and new, traditional and modern, in a neoclassical style that is showing originality and charm. In 2012, Bucharest ranked second among Europe’s ‘coolest’ cities, according to a top published by the online magazine slate.fr, taking into account several criteria, such as the price of beer, the number of students in the city and the number of neighborhoods where tourists and residents can have fun.


Useful Information:

Money: Romania’s currency is LEU (RON) 
   1 EUR = 4.65 RON;    1 USD = 3.80 RON
For more information on the level of exchange rates, please consult the page of the National Bank of Romania.

Transportation: Public transportation includes an extensive system of buses, trolleybuses, trams and metro lines. For more information please consult the following sites: 

Taxi: We recommend you to pay attention when using taxis, as there are 2 types of taxi drivers in Bucharest: those who are individually licensed and practice high prices, and those working for taxi companies, with prices between 1.39 lei / km – 3.9 lei/km.

Weather: At the beginning of October, is the wather is more likely confortable, with temperatures between 18°-21° Celsius in the midday and around 8°-9° C in the night.

Coming from the airport to Bucharest

Bucharest is well connected to almost the entire world. Daily flights arrive and depart from the Henri Coanda Airport.

Why come to Bucharest?

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  • Bucharest is nice and the weather is perfect in October, don’t miss out a lovely autumn in Romania!
  • Bucharest is an easily accessible international destination with direct flights to more than 65 cities and connected to the entire world. Contact the LOC now and they will provide the best flight options for your travel plans with 10-20% discount! ispp2018@pproevents.com
  • High quality services for affordable prices  
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