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Welcome to Bucharest, Romania
Discover Bucharest, Romania's incredible capital city! Bucharest is a massive bustling city of almost 2 million people, making it a stunning metropolis for any urban getaway. Whether you're looking for cultural city adventures or nature walks on your trip, Bucharest has something to offer everyone. Don't delay, start planning your next vacation today when you book a cheap flight to Bucharest, Romania with Condor Airlines.
Bucharest has something for everyone! Enjoy the annual summer George Enescu Festival, a world-class classical music festival partially held in the city. Additionally, the National Radio Orchestra of Romania has a full concert schedule during the performing arts season. For those seeking more nature in their trip, the National Village Museum of Bucharest is not to be missed. The museum has over 200 model settlements from all over Romania.
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Flying into Bucharest, Romania is simple with Condor Airlines! Flights arrive multiple times daily from both mainland Europe and abroad in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Depending on the departure city, flights range from 1 to 12 hours and may include transfers (most often in Frankfurt, Germany). Begin your vacation planning today when you book a cheap flight to Bucharest, Romania with the aid of Condor Airlines!
Treat yourself to a cab ride at the beginning of your trip to Bucharest, Romania. A taxicab takes approximately 30 minutes to downtown Bucharest, whereas the local bus is over an hour into downtown (leaving approximately every 40 minutes). Start your Romanian vacation off right, and enjoy the relaxing trip that awaits! Start planning your trip today when you book a cheap flight to Bucharest, Romania on Condor Airlines!
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Tio sights in Romania
George Enescu Festival
Explore the world-renowned George Enescu Festival, one of the biggest classical music festivals in Eastern Europe. Started in 1958, the festival has a long history of young and well-known talents such as Yehudi Menuhin. The piano competition is of particular note.
National Village Museum of Bucharest
The National Village Museum of Bucharest houses over 200 peasant farms and houses from all over Romania, largely preserved in their original form. This ethnographic museum in the open air was opened in 1936 and spreads over 100,000 square meters.
National Radio Orchestra of Romania
Take in an evening at the Symphony with the National Radio Orchestra of Romania. A varied program throughout the year ensures something for everyone. The 'Milhail Jora' Concert Studio houses the orchestra, commonly called the Sala Radio.
National Museum of Contemporary Art
The National Museum of Contemporary Art is a particularly unique museum in Bucharest. Located in a new glass wing of the Palace of Parliament, one of the largest administration buildings in the world, with over 1,100 buildings.
Gardens of Bucharest
The Bucharest Botanical Garden and Herastrau Park are a must for any nature lovers visiting Bucharest. The Herastrau Park is located near the lake of the same name, and close to the outdoor Village Museum. The Botanical Gardens contain over 10,000 different plants, and the park is the largest of its kind in Romania.