The National Bank of Romania, a 19th century building in the French neoclassical style, is one of Bucharest's most noteworthy architectural feats. Visit the old city's most famous streets and #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 History Museum of Romania, formerly known as the Palace of the Post, hosts a rich heritage of approximately 700,000 items, part of valuable collections that are permanently enriched by donations and discoveries? Take a walk on Calea Victoriei and #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!
Bucharest Telephone Palace was the tallest building in Bucharest up till 1970 and its arhitecture is inspired by the American skyscrapers. Take a walk on Calea Victoriei and discover the glory of its buildings. #DiscoverBucharest
The University Library was designed by the French architect Paul Gottereau and built from 1891-1895. Take a walk on Calea Victoriei and #DiscoverBucharest 's finest buildings!
Romanian Atheneum is one of the greatest in Europe. It is the master-work of French architect Albert Galleron with outstanding acoustic and resemblance of an ancient temple. Stay at Radisson Blu Bucharest to #DiscoverBucharest and find out the unknown of its history.
Romanian National Museum of Art is the former Royal Palace, a majestic edifice first built during 1812 - 1820. Today, this museum houses the country's largest and most impressive art collection. Take a walk on Calea Victoriei and discover the place where art reigns. #DiscoverBucharest
Housing both a museum and bank headquarters, the C.E.C. Palace offers an excellent glimpse of the architectural style of the early 20th century. Stay at #RadissonBlu Hotel #Bucharest for unparalleled access to architectural and historic treats on Calea Victoriei! #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!