1.”Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History – is one of the oldest research institutions in the field of biodiversity and public education. Permanent exhibition will reveal to his visitors Romanian biodiversity and worldwide fauna, themes about life evolution and complexity of human species and much more.
2.National Romania Peasant Museum – holds over 100.000 artistic items belonging to Romanian people. You will discover here cramic and wood collections, furniture, traditional clothes, indoor rustic tapestry, carpets, interesting hardware tools & objects.
Interior closed for renovation!
3.The Triumph Arch was built between 1921-1922 to commemorate the Romanian Victory in the First World War
4.The National Village Museum – Dimitrie Gusti is the most important Romanian ethnographic museum and among the most prestigious in Europe. You can find here 123 different complexes, containing 363 monuments: rural traditional households from all Romania, churches, craft workshops, watermills, triptychs, etc.
5. The Free Press House was built in only 5 years with an architecture inspired by Moscow University. Between 1956-2007 it held the record of being the highest building in Bucharest. Originally, the building was designed as a publishing house for all state press (newspapers and books)
6. Țiriac Collection includes over 150 historical vehicles, manufactured since 1886, but also top performance cars, with current design.
7. Herăstrău Lake is sorrounded by the largest park in București, sharing the same name- Herăstrău Park. Here you can take a boat trip, try the vaporetto, rent a bicycle, explore the nature or simply enjoy a nice walk around the beautiful lake.