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Bucharest Overview

With our cheap flights to Bucharest fly to a city that is underappreciated in all its hidden beauty. It a city that is a curious and intriguing mesh of communism and capitalism, with spectacular museums, fresh parks and contemporary cafés alongside 17th and 18th century Orthodox churches and art nouveau villas. With our cheap flights to Bucharest visit Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum splendid for the kids with many interactive displays and educational exhibits. View the marvellous Romanian Athenaeum and enjoy the classical music and scenes form Romanian history features in the Big Hall. Walk through the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building of the world. Stroll along the tracks and pay respects to the ‘Heroes for the Struggle for the People’s and the Homeland’s Liberty for Socialism’ in Carol I Park. Visit the Museum of the Romanian Peasant which hosts mementos and artefacts of the peasants and an 18th century church is located at the back lot. Walk to the Bellu Cemetery which happens to be the city’s most prestigious resting ground and has tombs of many notable Romanian writers. So fly with us with our cheap flights to Bucharest and assure a comfortable and stress free journey for yourself.

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6 facts about Bucharest


Bucharest has been named after a shepherd name Bacur.


The Palace of Parliament is the second major administrative building in the world.


Due to its immense beauty, Bucharest is also known as “Little Paris”.


Calea Victoriei was the first road in Bucharest and primarily called The Wooden Road.


The most prevalent and adored Romanian dish, “mici” was first invented in Bucharest.


The Bucharest residents’ desire for theatres started way back in 1896.

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