20 feb. 2019 - 21 feb. 2019
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Literally one of the worst places I've been in my entire life. Run down, dirty, poverty stricken, literally falling to pieces. a tragic waste of time and money. awful food, and awful attitudes from people, terrible accommodation. I cannot talk poorly enough about this city. zero stars, if it were possible.
Bucharest, the capital of Romania, shows how no one in the country mixes a distant past with the policies of the last century carried out by the dictator Ceaucescu. The Unirii boulevard starts at the Alba Iulia square and ends at the Parliament Palace, which is about 3500 meters long. It has marble fountains, wooded areas, flowerbeds and buildings of communist inspiration and ends in the Parliament, the largest in the world and one of the most luxurious and extravagant. The Old Quarter of Bucharest, it is entertaining to walk, known as Curtea Veche, keeps much of the most important historical buildings, such as the National Library, the Palace Museum, the Hanul Manuc inn (former inn and tavern for commercial caravans) and several churches It is also the busiest place in the city with restaurants, bars and hotels.
Bucharest is an interesting city, a crossroads of many empires which ruled here before to post war communism to modern day revolution. French architecture, Slavic food, Gypsy culture, Ceausescu's communism, and don't forget Vlad the Impaler.