Flights to Bucharest
Constantly evolving and changing, Bucharest is an interesting mix of old and new. Throw in a happening nightlife and stylish people, and you have got yourself a one-off holiday experience if you get your act together and sort out cheap flights to Bucharest with Vayama.ie. It is the place of the moment so get those flights to Bucharest today. A great time to get flights to Bucharest is in May and June when the Carnaval comes to town and the capital is on a high of celebration.
Legends tell of a shepherd names Bucur, whose name literarily means "joy” who lived on the banks of the Dambovita River and gave the city its name. Today Bucharest is a sophisticated modern city with wide tree lined streets and gorgeous Belle Époque buildings that make it an enchanting destination.
Cheap flights to Bucharest from Dublin, Cork & Shannon
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Must see spots in Bucharest
The museums of Bucharest are some of the best in the country from the National Museum of Contemporary Art with its four floors overflowing with treasures, to the Museum of the Romanian Peasant and the National Military Museum to the west of the city.
Once you have spent several hours looking at exhibits you might need a rest. The Cismigiu Gardens are beautifully laid out and perfect for a welcome coffee and a spot of people watching. If it is atmosphere you are after, venture into the 18th century Stavropoleos Church which contains an ornate courtyard with relics from a bygone era.
Fly to Bucharest for a thrilling performance of the philharmonic orchestra playing at the Romanian Athenaeum, built in 1888. Failing that, there are many performances at the Opera House throughout the year. Nightclubs are sprouting up all over the place if you fancy a dance, and shopping for Romanian goods is best done at the Museum of the Romanian Peasant.
Places to check out in Bucharest
- The House of the Free Press is home to almost all of Romania's capital printing presses and headquarters of print media companies plus the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
- The Arch of Triumph was built in 1922 to honour the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, and features an interior staircase that provides a panoramic view of the city.
- Calea Victoriei is Bucharest's oldest, most charming street; stroll along between some of the most striking buildings in the city, including the Cantacuzino Palace, Revolution Square, the Military Club, the CEC Headquarters and the National History Museum.