Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square

Address: 3A, Nerva Traian Street, 3rd District, Bucharest, 031041, Romania | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 3A, Nerva Traian Street, 3rd District, Bucharest, is near Chamber of Deputies (Palatul Parlamentului), Cismigiu Gardens, The National Museum of Art of Romania, and Bucharest Mall.
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    Travel Blogs from Bucharest

    Little Paris, Big Donuts

    A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

    28 photos

    ... fruity – Sorina told me it was usually made from cherries.

    When Ruxi arrived, we were halfway through our mugs and watching a traditional Romanian dance performed by some of the servers, who were in traditional Romanian costumes. Unsmiling and sometimes performed with little energy, the surprisingly-long dance was nonetheless lively enough. The women had lots of little tripping steps and turns, and the men did a lot of high knee-ing and jumps. Sometimes ...

    Exploring Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by montell on Dec 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a donation to a small school in Piscu Village in exchange for lunch which was greatly appreciated by both myself and the school.







    The taxi's are very cheap in Bucharest in comparison to the Gold Coast. My trip to Xenofon Street was 15 RON which is less than $5 Australian. Xenofon Street is the only street in Romania made of stairs! All the stairs are painted with ...

    Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 27, 2013

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... known as Vlad Dracula. The 1897 novel and play used his name and a Romanian castle (Slain’s Castle) he probably stayed at for a short time in Transylvania, but the similarity ends there. The real Vlad was a very cruel dude.

    Simone told us that Vlad the Impaler got his nick name from the torture and killing technique he ordered on his enemies during his reign between 1456–1462. When impaling is done properly, ...

    Running on Empty!

    A travel blog entry by mrgill1979 on Oct 09, 2012

    13 photos

    ... water stations sort of just became stations towards the end as they ran out of water. At that stage I decided it would be much safer for me to walk. Remember how I always went on at you all about "drinking water after exercise!" - that's good advice and I was more than happy to walk a km or two until they replenished the water.

    I am currently in a city called Belgrade which is in Serbia. I am only going to ...

    Bucharest

    A travel blog entry by manatwork on May 11, 2012

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    ... to my hostel, and I had to be wary as Bucharest is known for its stray dogs roaming the streets at night.


    The day before I left for the airport, I went to Caru' cu Bere for lunch. It is one of the oldest beer house in Bucharest. An impressive building in its own right, the Caru' cu Bere reminds us why Bucharest is known as 'little Paris'. The mural paintings, the stained glasses, and the carved cross-beams are all distinctive elements of an ...