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Bucharest

Bucharest
Take a trip, fly with Austrian Airlines to Bucharest, and arrive at one of the airports conveniently located just north of the city. The city's comprehensive public transportation system is one of the most expansive in Europe. It is easy to traverse within Bucharest by rail, bus, and trolley. The city is located on the bank of the Dambovita River. The beautiful Cismigia Gardens and other public parks are a primary source of public recreation. Bucharest has such a history of cosmopolitan culture and stunning architecture that it has been affectionately called "Little Paris". Despite the destruction of wars and natural disasters, Bucharest still has much medieval, neoclassical, and art nouveau architecture as well as contemporary structures. Calea Victoriei is a lovely scenic historical street. Other landmarks include the Arch of Triumph and Cantacuizino Palace, once a private residence, now a public museum.

Central and Eastern Europe

Austrian Airlines flies to all the most important regions of Central and Eastern Europe, further reinforcing our role as the market leader in this region. We also increase the number of flights to existing destinations continuously.

Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Romania
  • Currency: Romanian leu(RON)
  • Language: Romanian
  • Capital: Bucharest
  • Austrian flight destination: Bucharest, Iasi, Sibiu
Airport
  • Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP): The airport is located 16.5 km (10.5 miles) northwest of central Bucharest.
  • Address: Calea Bucureștilor 224E, 075150 Otopeni, Romania
  • Telephone: (040)(021) 204 1000
  • Airport Bucharest You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to stay in Bucharest

Where to stay in Bucharest
Pullman Bucharest
Friendly service is priority number one at the Pullman, so it`s not uncommon for the charming manager to welcomes guests herself. The second lesson in hospitality comes from the staff that attends to guests` wishes around the clock, and turns a business trip into something more like a holiday. For a large hotel with 203 rooms it is surprisingly quiet. If you are looking for company, then try the restaurant, or stroll through the centre of town, it`s just five minutes away by foot. Our favourite extra in this hotel: room service delivers gourmet treats even warm dishes to your door around the clock. So slip into your pyjamas and get on the phone.
Hotel Moxa
Hotel Continental

Where to eat in Bucharest

Where to eat in Bucharest
Karishma
Here you will be served authentic Indian cuisine. Be careful: if order your food hot, it comes hot! But if you prefer not to give your taste-buds a good singe, no problem: the chef will prove that Indian cuisine can be spicy but doesn't have to be. It is all about an alluring mix of spices that can be mild as well. The restaurant won't win any design awards but it's inviting and comfortable nonetheless. The rooftop terrace in particular is a great place to meet for those who favour a modern and southern ambiance. Three chefs stand watchfully over the pots and seem to be competing in a contest. Where else will you find ten different lamb dishes? Vegetarians will also feel right at home. They may like to choose one of the home-baked breads from among eight variations as an accompaniment to an exotic vegetable-based speciality.
Casa Doina
Lacrimi si Sfinti

Where to shop in Bucharest

Where to shop in Bucharest
Beros&van Schaik
How do a Dutch hotel owner and a Chilean architect get together? By jointly opening the Beros & van Schaik wine trade in Bucharest. Jerry van Schaik runs a hotel, his partner Christian Beros designs houses. They both like good wine and have established a wine trade in the historic district of Bucharest where they sell gourmet wines that cannot be bought in the supermarket. These come from France, Spain, South Africa, Australia, Chile and Romania - among other countries: for example Corcova, Terra Romana, Avincis or La Certa. Additionally they serve small snacks in their bar including smoked meat, cheese, olives and daily specials. The wine partners celebrate gusto. They also arrange regular wine tasting sessions in the stylish setting of their wine bar. No time? No problem - Beros & van Schaik also deliver to your door. And the matching goodies can still be bought at the supermarket.
L'armoire
Nichi

What to see in Bucharest

What to see in Bucharest
Fratelli Club
Macy Gray, Louie Austen and Melanie Fiona have already been here and gave concerts. Also Hurts and Vaya con Dios provided for hot nights in the Fratelli Studios and in doing so even competed with the huge chandelier at the ceiling. The latter is - along with cleverly placed spots - responsible for the lighting which does not only show off the stars on stage. Not less iconic is the lounge bar with panelled wooden walls where guests can relax after the concerts on chocolate-coloured sofas. Altering light effects and oriental mirrors support the recreation and communication. And that's even more easier in the Social Club, designed in white colours with threaded upholstered furniture. But only when you aren't thunderstruck at the sight of the overhead deer trophies. In this case the best option is to flee to the Fratelli Beach Club in Mamaia, the most important bathing place along the Romanian Black Sea Coast.
Patriarch's Palace
Kinofest

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