Piccolo Mondo

Str. Clucerului 9, Bucharest, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Day 179 - Train to Bucharest

A travel blog entry by costin

... food an hour earlier than expected. It may have been my first meal in Romania, but my only concern was eating at the first place that I saw, so no carefully researched Romanian dishes here. I just grabbed a falafel wrap, which was admittedly pretty tasty and very much needed! As I walked out of the train station, pretty much the first thing that I saw, was a guy taking a dump in the middle of a park! He wasn't even trying to be discreet.


A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Athenaeum

A travel blog entry by choyt1427


... on my walk around town the next day, but was pleased that the one "right around the corner" from the Hilton was by far the nicest. It had a lovely outdoor patio where there were still quite a number of people dining when I arrived at 10:30 PM. I ordered the Romanian vegetable spread and the stuffed cabbage and polenta, which is considered to be one of the national dishes. I also ordered the homemade lemonade. After my delicious mojito lemonade in Sofia I now had ...

The Birthday Post - Bucharest, Romania

A travel blog entry by shane0620

... the hostel with two guys from Costa Rica, Zack, a Chinese guy living at the hostel, ran up and asked if we wanted to join in a pub crawl that night. The 2 Costa Ricans told him no, because they had an early morning planned. I offered a demure "maybe." After the long day I already had, I was exhausted, but after dinner, feeling slightly more energetic from the food and realizing that it was my birthday the next day and I really should celebrate, I told Zach I would join him for the ...

Heading for Bucharest

A travel blog entry by dgm2oz


... best Tesco experiences ever. A nice big store, well lit, plenty of aisle space and very few people shopping there. One hour later and we were back on the road with us crossing the border some time after 2 pm. No passport checks for us Europeans with only Chris (Australian) and Andrew (New Zealander) having to attend immigrations for all of 5 minutes. On leaving the border there was a little more flat land before we then started climbing back uphill. Around 5 ...

Bucharest: Dodgey maybe but sure cool to check out

A travel blog entry by chunhin


... town demolished =( Still, it’s worth the visit, especially seeing that so many people put in such hard work for it...AND it’s free for students! =D Walked around a little more, had some Romanian food for lunch with a massive fried chicken on a chicken tree haha...so oily and delicious. Walked down the famous champs elysee avenue but of course, it’s not as nice as the original =P. Along the way we adopted two stray dogs as ...


This hotel, located on Str. Clucerului 9, Bucharest, is near Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle), Sf. Nicolae (Saint Nicholas), The City Hall, and Ecaterina's Gate.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent