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Business class flights to Bucharest

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About Business class flights to Bucharest

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Bucharest, the Romanian capital, might not be as beautiful as Prague or Budapest but the city has a dynamism that finds several takers across the globe. The city pulsates with energy where streets remain abuzz with visitors, restaurants serve delectable delicacies and nightclubs remain open till midnight. This one of the largest cities in South-eastern Europe is drawing investors’ attention and as a result more and more hospitality chains are opening up, giving boost to tourism. Owing to these reasons, thousands take business class flights to Bucharest and explore its business and leisure options.

Useful Information

  • A trip to Bucharest should be planned between June and August.
  • The city is considered safe however travellers should use common sense.
  • The city gets hot and dusty during the summers and those allergic to dusts should carry prescribed medicines.

The Romanian capital is served by international flights that make it accessible to the rest of the world. On arrival, the guest can make use of its public transport to explore its several tourists draw cards. And the city has enough draw cards to engage you for few days. Historical buildings, landmarks, palaces, museums and places of worships are popular draw cards for the tourists. The tourists should start their trips with a visit to parliament palace which is considered the largest parliament building in the world. Old Center of the city is also worth visiting where several 18th century building is situated. Revolution Square, which is the site of Romanian revolution of 1989, should also be part of your itinerary. WWII American Memorial is also a hot favourite among vacationers.

Bucharest is Mecca for museum lovers given a large number of museums. And there are museums for tourists with varying interest. Village Museum and Museum of the Romanian Peasant are dedicated to rural life of Romania while Art Museum, Museum of Art Collections and National Museum of Contemporary Art cater to those looking for art collection. National History Museum, Bucharest History Museum, Military History Museum and Jewish Community History Museum are other popular museums dedicated to history. The Romanian capital is not even devoid of places of worship as there is a vast array of churches and monasteries dotting city’s landscape. When it comes to shopping dining and accommodation the city is an example of its own.

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