Discover why Bucharest is called the Little Paris of the Balkans
1.Inside of Cantacuzino Palace you will discover George Enescu National Museum, dedicated to the memory of the great Romanian composer George Enescu. Pictures, manuscripts, drawings, decorations, musical instruments and many other fascinating items are waiting for music lovers to reveal part of the life of the amazing composer.
2. Art Collections Museum holds one of the most valuable Romanian art heritage. The building that currently hosts the museum, was built in 1812 and is an important landmark for the beginning of modern architecture in Bucharest.
3. Romanian Athenaeum is part of the official European Heritage list, being considered a must-see objective. The edifice hosts annually the International George Enescu Music Festival and was build between 1886-1888, with an amazing architecture that combines neoclassic and eclectic style.
4.Royal Palace-National Romanian Art Museum, reveals masterpieces of national artists such as Nicolae Grigorescu, Teodor Aman, Gheorghe Petrașcu, and also other international collections.
5. Kretulescu church an orthodox sanctuary, built between 1720-1722, is considered one of the most valuable architectural monuments of Bucharest, from end of Brâncoveanu’s Period.
6. The National Military Palace represents the central cultural institution of Romanian Army. Each room is built in a different style, the Marble Hall being considered one of the most successfully creation of the Romanian architecture.
7. C.E.C. Palace was built after the plans of the architect Paul Gottereau. The building has specific elements of french architecture from late XIX century.
8. Built in “brâncovenesc” style, Stavropoleus Church is an Orthodox monastery, built in 1742 and posses oe of the largest collection of Byzantine music books in Romania..
9.The Princely Palace Museum – “Old Court” keeps vestiges discovered during various archaeological excavations projects and multiple artifacts of former citadel of Bucharest.