Tourist Attractions

Hanul lui Manuc

Hanul Manuc or Hanul lui Manuc (Manuc’s Inn) is an old building in Bucharest, both a tourist attraction and a historical monument. Its founder, Manuc Bey (Manuc Mârzaian), was born in 1769 in Rusciuc. During the Ottoman Sultan Mustafa the 4th, he acquired the position of dragoman and bey. In 1808 he was appointed Bey of Moldova.

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 120 m

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Stavropoleos Church

In the first half of the 18th century, Câmpineanu Inn, owned by the battalion commander Ioan (Iancu) Câmpineanu (1798-1863), was located at the junction between Mogoșoaia Bridge (now Calea Victoriei) and Lipscani Street.

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 450 m

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Villacrosse passage

La intersecția dintre Podul Mogoșoaiei (actuala Calea Victoriei) și Strada Lipscani se afla în prima jumătate a secolului al XVIII-lea Hanul Câmpineanu, proprietar fiind Comandirul de batalion Ioan (Iancu) Câmpineanu (1798 – 1863).

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 700m

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Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall in Bucharest, located on Calea Victoriei, in the George Enescu Square (northern part of the Revolution Square). The edifice, built in a combination of neoclassic and eclectic style, was built between 1886 and 1888, according to the drawings of the French architect Albert Galleron. It currently hosts the headquarters of the “George Enescu” Philharmonic.

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 1,5 km

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The Palace of Parliament

The Palace of Parliament is located in Bucharest, Romania (it used to be known before the Revolution as the House of the Republic or the House of the People [2]). It has an area of 270 m x 240 m and it is 86 meters tall and 92 meters deep. It has 9 overground levels and 9 underground levels. According to World Records Academy, the Palace of Parliament is the second largest administrative building for civilian use, surface-wise, the most expensive administrative building, as well as the heaviest building in the world.

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 3 km

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The Military Circle

The National Military Circle Palace is a building in Bucharest that hosts the central cultural institution of the Romanian Army. It has a cultural, educational, artistic and entertainment profile and it also plays an image-building, representation and protocol role.

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 500m

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National Opera House

Actuala clădire a Operei Române, cu o capacitate de 952 locuri, a fost ridicată în 1953, după planurile arhitectului Octav Doicescu[1], The current building of the Romanian Opera House, with a capacity of 952 seats, was erected in 1953, following the plans drafted by the architect Octav Doicescu [1]. Initially it was called the Opera and Ballet Theater, for the purpose of two important international events: the Third World Congress of Youth (July 25-July 30) and the Fourth World Festival of Youth and

DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL: 4,5 km

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