Would you like to travel to a city full of culture? Book flights to Bucharest and stroll around Revolution Square, visit the Stavropoleos Church and chill out at the Cişmigiu Gardens, a public park near the city centre. Bucharest is a stately city of broad boulevards and imposing buildings, the most impressive of which is the Palace of Parliament. The Romanian capital also has beautiful greenery like Herăstrău Park, where you can picnic, walk and rollerblade. Bucharest is definitely well worth a visit!
An abundance of culture
Bucharest is full of interesting museums, many of which are housed in former palaces. For instance, the National Museum of Art is located in the former Royal Palace and worth a visit for that reason alone. There is also the Village Museum, the largest outdoor museum in Europe and a great place to learn about life in the Romanian countryside. Another attraction is the Arcul de Triumf, which is the Romanian version of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Bucharest is an ideal destination for a cultural city trip or the perfect starting point for a holiday in Romania. Let yourself be surprised: book a flight to Bucharest now!
The different areas of Bucharest
Follow Calea Victoriei, the oldest street in Bucharest. This will take you past some of the most famous attractions of the city, such as, Revolution Square, the striking concert hall Ateneul Român and Cantacuzino Castle. Lipscani is more intimate: this mediaeval quarter was once the main commercial area of Bucharest. Cobbled streets will lead you along charming boutiques and galleries. The district has a dynamic nightlife and is a good place to book your hotel.
Flights to Bucharest for a cultural city break
Looking for a cheap flight to Bucharest? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Romania before you know it.