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Bucharest old city apartment

SuperhostBucurești, Municipiul București, Romania
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Cozy apartment, located in the heart of Bucharest , only 5 minutes walk from old city, so you won't miss any fun!
The apartment can host up to four people, it has one bedroom and one open living room with an extendable sofa. Free wi-fi available, equipped kitchen, iron/ironing board, washing machine, air conditioning in both rooms, hairdryer. Essentials and hotel slippers are provided. Coffee and tea are always on the house.
Main city attractions are on a walking distance.
Paid street parking

Lo spazio
The flat has one bedroom, an open living room, fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom.

Accesso per gli ospiti
Wi-fi
Air conditioning
Fully equipped kitchen
Washing machine
Hairdryer
Iron and ironing board
Elevator

Altre cose da tenere a mente
We use quality cleaning products, antibacterial, and are proud of providing a clean, sanitary apartment to each of our guests! Also, towels and beddings are taken to professional laundry shop, which ensures us the quality of cleaning and also health safety for our guests.
The building in which the apartment is located is earthquake safe.
Paid street parking and underground parking are available around the building. However, being in the most central and crowded area, and just before it starts the pedestrian area, the parking fees start from approx 1€/hour and since it is private business we cannot influence this costs.
Cozy apartment, located in the heart of Bucharest , only 5 minutes walk from old city, so you won't miss any fun!
The apartment can host up to four people, it has one bedroom and one open living room with an extendable sofa. Free wi-fi available, equipped kitchen, iron/ironing board, washing machine, air conditioning in both rooms, hairdryer. Essentials and hotel slippers are provided. Coffee and tea are always…
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București, Municipiul București, Romania

All the city's attractions are walking distance: the old city with all its restaurants, pubs and clubs, casinos, the House of Parliament, the National Theatre, University square, and a lot of shops.
Just few minutes away, the historical city centre, with a lot of buildings from old Bucharest. Known to most locals as Centrul Vechi (the Old Centre), Bucharest's Old Town is defined by the area bordered by the Dambovita river to the south, Calea Victoriei to the west, Bulevardul Brătianu to the east and Regina Elisabeta to the north. The area is more or less all that’s left of pre-World War II Bucharest. What the war didn’t destroy (and it destroyed a fair bit: allied bombing was fierce during the early part of 1944) communism did, most notably in the form of the grandiose Civic Centre project that saw almost a fifth of the total area of the city flattened to make way for Bulevardul Unirii and Casa Poporului. Indeed, that anything survives at all is little short of a miracle.
While much of Bucharest changed beyond recognition after 1989, nothing compared to the transformation of Old Town/Lipscani during the boom years of the late naughties, which saw what was very much a no-go area with almost nothing to offer visitors into one of the Romanian capital’s liveliest entertainment districts. It was here where Dracula or Vlad the Impaler ruled the country from. It is here, in Bucharest Old City where Bucharest nightlife is now a flourishing business for both pubs owners and tourists due to the low prices from the foreigners point of view and acceptable according to the Romanian youth looking for fun after work or in week-end.
The oldest structures in place date back to the 15th century. On the Franceza Street( or French Street) you can visit the OLD COURT. The ruins tell the story of Dracula, one of Walachia rulers of the period. Take pictures and selfies with a statue of the ruthless Vlad the Impaler in the Court garden and see the rooms where old boyars and rulers used to walk more than 400 years ago. Here, from 1819 to 1843 St. Dumitru Church was built. Next to it was the house of a small boyar’s wife who worked for the Court, which caught fire in the first Easter day in 1847. Due to the heavy wind the fire, known as the Great Fire in Bucharest Old City history, destroyed 1850 buildings, 686 houses, 1142 small shops, 10 old hotels and 12 churches. In 1860 the French Street is paved with stones brought from Scotland and a new sewerage is also built. The well-known Manuc’s Inn is on French Street and it was built in 1808. Near the inn you will see OLD COURT CHURCH.
Also part of the Bucharest Old City and its main attractions, Lipscani Street is not far from French Street. Lipscani Street was in the 16th century part of the so-called Inside Market and it was called the Great Street, the most important market place in Bucharest. Its name came from the small merchants who sold different things brought from Leipzig, or Lipsca and was first mentioned in an official document in 1589. These merchants who sold from knives made in Danzig to glasses and mirrors from Venice, changed Romania for they gave up Oriental, Turkish more precisely stuffs for German and French goods. They also learned German and French and sent their children to study abroad in Western Europe. These children were to return and make the revolutions that freed Romania from Turkish influence in 19th century. This is one of the main area of Bucharest where you can have fun. Lipscani Street was the only street in Bucharest Old City were you couldn’t find flats, only shops and banks. Even the Palace of the National Bank of Romania was built here from 1884 to 1890. Linden Inn and Gabroveni Inn can be found here too, with good drinks and food. Gabroveni Inn was called this way for it was here where used to come, eat and sleep the Bulgarian merchants from Gabrovo. The Inn was built by Constantin Mavrocordat in 1739, a time when another spectacular church appeared STAVROPOLEOS CHURCH. Lipscani Street became pedestrian only in 1930.
In Bucharest Old City one can also find the National History Museum where you must not miss the Roman Column replica from the capital of Italy of Trajan’s Column, symbol of the empire’s golden age. If you are interested in good Romanian cuisine, take lunch or dinner at Caru’ cu bere, which is a beer house built in 19th century or Tears and Saints restaurant. Huge kebabs are also to be found in Old City for walk and eat travel style and for Turkish influence hasn’t stopped and will never do.
All the city's attractions are walking distance: the old city with all its restaurants, pubs and clubs, casinos, the House of Parliament, the National Theatre, University square, and a lot of shops.
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Hi, my name is Andreea and I'm an Airbnb 'Superhost', which means I've received five star reviews from the majority of my guests and have met Airbnb's highest standards for hosting.I really love to travel and I think that you can get the best out of a destination by getting to know the locals and having access to its particularities. I can help you with tips about good restaurants, best shopping places, what and when is better to visit, and basically whatever you need or want to know in order to have a memorable stay. One day trips can be arranged on request, as well as airport pick up/drop off, with verified and authorised drivers.
Hi, my name is Andreea and I'm an Airbnb 'Superhost', which means I've received five star reviews from the majority of my guests and have met Airbnb's highest standards for hosting…
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