English Romana The first documentary evidence regarding Bucharest dates from
For the tour of the city and the short trips in the environs, here are some of the most important touristic objectives:
THE UNIVERSITY'S CENTRAL LIBRARY
- arhitectural monument built between 1891 - 1894, following the plans of the French Library
THE CITY HALL
- built between 1906-1910, in Neo-Roman style
THE ROMANIAN PEASANT'S MUSEUM
- built between 1912 - 1938, in a style that mingles traditional elements from the feudal architecture in the historical provinces of Moldavia and the Romanian Country
THE PALACE OF JUSTICE
- majestic project, built in the style of the French Renaissance, and finished by the architect Ion Mincu in 1895
THE CEC PALACE
- built between 1896 - 1900, it combines French baroque art and the Renaissance style
MANUC's INN
- today, it functions as a hotel and restaurant
- the old royal wine cellars, with interiors in the style of the era, recall the archaic atmosphere of 1800
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September 20, 1459.

In 1659, it became the capital of the historical province of the Romanian Country, and later, in 1862, Bucharest became the capital of Romania.

The tours of the capital and the trips in the environs can be adapted to suit your preferences.