Situated just 10 kilometers into the city outskirts, Mogosoaia Palace is a truly unique construction, surrounded by a breathtaking domain! Plan a short trip and Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest's staff will gladly help you with the traveling details. #DiscoverBucharest www.radissonblu.com/hotel-bucharest
This outstanding Secession house, known as George Enescu Museum, is dedicated to the life and work of Romania's most famous composer. It also delivers the full story of Romanian music in general. Take a walk on Calea Victoriei and #DiscoverBucharest! http://www.radissonblu.com/hotel-bucharest/location
The actual Arch of Triumph, built in 1935 by Architect Petre Antonescu, is conceived in classical style following the model of the great Arch of Triumph in Paris. Stay at Radisson Blu and #DiscoverBucharest! http://www.radissonblu.com/hotel-bucharest/location
Be sure to take in a great play at Odeon Theatre in Bucharest. Luckily our hotel is walking distance to many amazing performances! #DiscoverBucharest http://www.radissonblu.com/hotel-bucharest/location
The Village Museum extends to over 100,000 sqm and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest and #DiscoverBucharest!
Herăstrău Park was first conceived in 1930 and it took another six years to take on the shape that is now familiar. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest and #DiscoverBucharest!
Kretzulescu Palace was built between 1902-1906 as a residence for Elena Kretzulescu and has an Eclectic architectural style with touches of French Renaissance. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest and #DiscoverBucharest!
Cișmigiu Gardens, developed in 1847, was originally a fishing pond also used as a vineyard that produced local wine. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest for unparalleled access to architectural and historic treats! #DiscoverBucharest
Bucharest’s lively Old Town features a glorious mishmash of architectural styles, including baroque to neoclassical or art nouveau. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest for unparalleled access to architectural and historic treats! #DiscoverBucharest
The National Military Center was completed in 1912, on the site of a former monastery, the Sarindar, name preserved by the fountain in front of the imposing building. Step back in history and #DiscoverBucharest!