Our suites in Bucharest are located at Kilometer 0 of the city (University Square), with gorgeous view on the National Theatre, and the History Museum. Within minutes walking of the old city with numerous shops, restaurants, cafe’s, pubs & clubs.
Bucharest’s Old Town is a mix of history, local culture and life style, a trendy entertainment district and favorite hangout for the locals.
The Old Town is the old district of artisans and merchants that emerged around the Princely Court, back in the 16th century. The first Lipscani Lane, paved with wood, has recently been discovered at a depth of 3.30 meters below the current street level. Many of the streets are still named after the various craft guilds of the time, such as Blanari (“Furriers”), Selari (“Saddlers”) or Bacani (“Grocers”).
Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History
The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History bears the name of Grigore Antipa, the most famous Romanian biologist the achievements of which have hardly been matched by any of his fellow Romanian specialized in the field (Grigore Antipa was, amongst others, the first Romanian who reached the North Pole).
The venue is the largest museum of natural history in the country. Ethnographic exhibits can also be studied, though, undeniably, the highlights refer to the mineralogical, zoological and paleontological collections.
Of all the wonderful things that Bucharest has to offer, nightlife is not the least of them. There is something for everyone in this town: and we mean everyone. From trendy bars to Irish pubs, lounge clubs and jazz clubs and the odd steamy strip show.
Anyone who still thinks that Bucharest is a city of concrete and cement has clearly never been to the city’s lung, the incomparable Herastrau Park. Quite simply, this glorious park, spread over 187 hectares around Herastrau lake is one of the jewels in Bucharest’s crown, which might explain why half of the city chooses to spend its summer Sunday afternoons here.
There is a ton to do in Herastrau, far more than most people - including locals - realise. The park has two main entrances, although by far the most elegant is that which borders Piata Charles de Gaulle. It is also conveniently located close to Aviatorilor metro station. The other entrance, at the far end of Soseaua Kisellef, opposite Casa Scanteii, is better for those coming by car as there is some of parking available.
Divertiland - Entertainment Park
3000 square meters of sand and sun beds.
Try the only wave pool existing in Bucharest, with 1.200 square meters of waves.
Experience a different way to bungee jump!
So many slides, so many possibilities! Check out every single one!
Divertiland’s six restaurant areas and corners, developed by our own concepts and serving our own tested recipes, are welcoming all types of tastes in order to complete the fun and relaxing experience in our entertainment park. From take away pizzas and burgers prepared according to the original recipes, to home cooked meals and coal barbeques, we offer a large variety of dishes suitable for all ages.