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Our offline map offers you information about 30 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


Every location we feature comes with a description, a photo, and reviews written by real people.


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

University Square

In the 15th century, here was the northern limit of the city. Around 1700, the limit was already around what is today Piața Romană (Roman Square). Thought to define the axes north–south and east–west of the city after 1880, "the great crossroad" (Roman...

Revolution Square

The former Royal Palace (now the National Museum of Art of Romania), the Athenaeum, the Athénée Palace Hotel, the University of Bucharest Library and the Memorial of Rebirth are located here. The square also houses the building of the former Central Co...

Charles de Gaulle Square

Herăstrău Park is located to the northwest of the square, Arcul de Triumf is located in its own square a few hundred metres to the west, on Constantin Prezan Boulevard, while Piața Victoriei, where the Romanian Government headquarters is situated, is l...

Bucharest Metropolitan Circus

The Bucharest Metropolitan Circus (Romanian: Circul Metropolitan București), also known as Bucharest State Circus, or Globus Circus, is a circus located at 15 Circului Alley in Bucharest, Romania. Built in 1960-1961 by architects Nicolae Porumbescu,...

Bucharest North railway station

The station was built between 1868-1872, the foundation stone was set on 10 September 1868 in the presence of Carol I of Romania. The building is designed as a U-shaped structure. The first railways between Roman - Galați - Bucharest - Pitești were put...

Liberty Center Mall

Liberty Center Mall is the fifth shopping mall in Bucharest, Romania. Opened in 2008, the construction site was an uncompleted hunger circus abandoned after the fall of the Communist system. Liberty Center Mall features a 3D Cinema and an indoor ice...

Grand Arena Shopping Mall

Grand Arena is located south of Bucharest in Berceni district, at the crossroad between Turnu Măgurele Street, Metalurgiei Boulevard and Gilăului Road, in the proximity of a large do-it-yourself store and cash and carry. Grand Arena Shopping Mall is...

București Mall

Bucureşti Mall (known locally as Mall Vitan) is a shopping mall located in Bucharest, Romania, close to the Dudeşti and Văcăreşti neighbourhoods. At the time of its completion it was the first shopping mall in Romania. Located on Calea Vitan approxi...

Băneasa Shopping City

Besides the Băneasa Commercial Platform, Băneasa Developments orchestrates a unique mix of real estate developments, shopping center management and an extensive entertainment unit. Băneasa Shopping City is an extensive commercial and real estate area l...

National Museum of Art of Romania

The museum was damaged during the 1989 Romanian Revolution that led to the downfall of Nicolae Ceaușescu. In 2000, part of the museum reopened to the public, housing the modern Romanian collection and the international collection; the comprehensive Med...

Elisabeta Palace

Elisabeta Palace is a palace on Kiseleff Road, Bucharest. Built in 1936, it was the official residence in Romania of the late King Michael, where his daughter, Princess Margareta, her husband Prince Radu and her sister, Princess Maria, currently reside...

Monument to the Heroes of the Engineer Arm

The Monument to the Heroes of the Engineer Arm (Romanian: Monumentul Eroilor din Arma Geniului; often called Leul - "the Lion") in Bucharest, Romania is dedicated to the heroism and sacrifice of the military engineers who fought in the Romanian Army du...

Bucharest Botanical Garden

The Bucharest Botanical Garden, now named after its founder, Dimitrie Brândză, is located in the Cotroceni neighbourhood of Bucharest, Romania. It has a surface of 17.5 hectares (including 4,000 m² of greenhouses), and has more than 10,000 species of p...

Arcul de Triumf

The first, wooden, triumphal arch was built hurriedly, after Romania gained its independence (1878), so that the victorious troops could march under it. Another arch with concrete skeleton and plaster exterior of elaborate sculptures and decoration des...

Sala Palatului

Sala Palatului (Palace Hall) in Bucharest, Romania is a conference centre and concert hall immediately behind the National Museum of Art of Romania, the former royal palace in the heart of the city. It was built between 1959 and 1960, during the commun...

CEC Palace

Before the construction of the palace, the location was occupied by the ruins of a monastery (Saint John the Great) and an adjoining inn. The 16th-century church was renovated by Constantin Brâncoveanu during 1702 - 1703, but later deteriorated and was...

Kilometre Zero

The Kilometre Zero monument located in central Bucharest, Romania, in front of Saint George's Church, was created by Constantin Baraski in 1938. The distances from Bucharest to other cities in Romania are measured from this monument. It is divided i...

Bucharest Russian Church

St. Nicholas Russian Church is located in central Bucharest, Romania, just off University Square. Russian Ambassador Mikhail Nikolaevich Giers initiated the building of a Russian Orthodox church in central Bucharest in 1905. It was meant mainly for the...

Armenian Church

The Armenian Church is an Armenian Apostolic church located at 43 Carol I Boulevard in Bucharest, Romania. It is dedicated to the Archangels Michael and Gabriel. The cornerstone was laid in July 1911, and building proceeded according to the plans of...

Anglican Church

The land over which the church was built was given by the Commune of Bucharest to the British Crown in December 1900, the erection of the building being finished in 1914, but the interiors (with furnishings from England) were finished only after World ...









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