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Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 31°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Decadent nightlife and rich heritage await at Bucharest holiday homes
An intriguing melange of communist and capitalist values, Bucharest, Romania is more than just the gateway to Transylvania's famous castles and villages. Your holiday home nestles between Byzantine buildings, historic churches and art nouveau mansions.
Bucharest's most beautiful buildings
Bucharest is home to Europe's largest building, a monolith as ostentatious as the legacy of the communist regime. The Palace of the Parliament might sound like a contradiction in terms, but it's here that you'll still find Romania's parliament and National Museum of Contemporary Art.
Catch a concert at the Romanian Athenaeum, where the sounds of the George Enescu Philharmonic reverberate in the elegant 19th century buildings. Marvel at a 70 metre fresco depicting Romania's history and a 41 metre-high dome. Don't miss the tiny but beautiful 18th century Stavropoleos Church, built in a combination of Romanian and Byzantine styles.
Party in the Old Town
Bucharest's decadent clubs and bars rival any in Western Europe. Trendy bars rub against Irish pubs in Bucharest's upbeat Old Town. Luxurious Beat of Angels is an essential Bucharest experience, while Freddo Bar is the boldest on buzzy Strada Smardan. A3 is the hipster's favourite, while you can sip fine wines in the elegant environs of Dianei 4.
Once described as 'Little Paris', the Romanian capital bloomed under King Carol, whose French architects were responsible for Belle Époque buildings like the Cantacuzino Palace. Explore its museum on the life of composer George Enescu. Traffic whirls around an Arc de Triomphe replica on Soseaua Kiseleff. Don't miss the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, situated in Herastrau Park. Wander around 300 traditional buildings and experience rural Romania at its best.
The Two Castles in One Day Tour offered by TravelMaker Romania takes you into the dramatic Romanian countryside to discover Bran Castle, the legendary home of Count Dracula. You'll also see the elegant Peles Castle, whose turrets rise impressively over the mountainous landscape.
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