Nelisse Hotel

Address: Popa Lazar, no. 12, Bucharest, 021586, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Little Paris, Big Donuts

A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Feb 17, 2015

28 photos

... When we finished with the European side, we crossed to the Romanian side. The first half of the exhibit was all medieval and Renaissance works – I was expecting plenty of religious pieces, but was surprised that whole pieces of churches were located here. Entire walls had been removed, and many stone tablets and friezes were on display. The tablets were displayed at knee height in the center of the room. When backing up to better look at a frieze, I felt a bench ...

Day 42: Romanian Pastries!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 14, 2014

14 photos

... is an app that gives suggestions of self-guided tours throughout Bucharest. I downloaded it and decided to check out some of the same places that we would have gone on the free walking tour. Everything was relatively close to the Union Square.

The old historical buildings are marked with a small summary of its significance in the city. ...

Train trip from Bucharest to Istanbul, the Bosphor

A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Aug 01, 2013

10 photos

... tracking the trickling riverbed. The villages along the way were still very basic with many buildings in a very bad state of repair, but there was also lots of evidence of new factories, homes ad businesses and some modest house renovations underway. Still a long to go, with many very old abandoned factories, buildings, railway stations etc. We were woken at 1.18 am as we arrived at Svilengrad to have our passports checked by the Bulgarian border guards ...

An Introduction to Romania

A travel blog entry by christina88 on Mar 10, 2013

27 photos

... the palace. Casa Poporului is the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States. The palace exhibits grandeur and power; all of which I'm sure Ceauşescu was looking to display with his Palace to his people, as well as to the world. However, it is rather sad how Ceauşescu spent millions ...

The pits

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Apr 17, 2012

6 comments, 4 photos

... s a really depressing place, no colours, just shades of gray, I don’t think I saw2 anyone smile, even the waitress who got me a coffee never smiled, I guess they haven’t got used to the red army having left

Everywhere in it seems they live off the land, there are miles upon miles of open, ploughed land, they must grow a lot because it’s always raining here, there are villages miles apart from each other ...