Victory Square is located at the intersection of several important areas in Bucharest. This square is a recommended tourist destination as it concentrates a reasonable density of attractions.
The Victoria Palace is located there, which is currently the seat of the Government of Romania, and on another side of the market you can find the National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa. Nearby is the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, on Kiseleff Road, completing the series of tourist objectives that can be explored by those who take the Victoria Square tour.
Heading north from Victory Square, and following either Kiseleff Road or Aviatorilor Boulevard, tourists can reach Herastrau Park. Of course, taking the subway is a much more direct solution, but the simple walking can be taken into consideration by visitors who want to have a wide and concrete experience of the city of Bucharest in the fullness of its tourist opportunities.