Bucharest

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Romanian Capital City (in the 1900s earned its nickname of “Little Paris”), is today a bustling metropolis, Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, spectacular scenes, beautiful parks, big shopping centers, glorious Belle Époque buildings and a reputation for the high life.

Anything goes in Bucharest these days, with a number of outrageously over-the-top pubs and clubs leading the way.

For foodies, Bucharest is equally appetizing. An outstanding range of decent restaurants and bistros serve an inventive range of dishes at prices a fraction of those elsewhere. Order one of Romania’s finest wines to wash it all down, and then relax with a few more bottles as the evening wears on: no restaurant in this city will ever tell you to leave until you are ready. The concept of a sitting is alien, and the city’s dining scene is all the better for it.

Bucharest is now Europe’s top destination. The Romanian capital – so long a stuffy, traditionalist kind of place stuck in a 1950s timewarp – has over the past few years become one of the most deliciously decadent cities on the planet.

Anything goes in Bucharest these days, with a number of outrageously over-the-top pubs and clubs leading the way. Friday and Saturday summer nights go on forever, with parties carrying on well into the next day.

For foodies, Bucharest is equally appetising. An outstanding range of decent restaurants and bistros serve an inventive range of dishes at prices a fraction of those elsewhere. Order one of Romania’s finest wines to wash it all down, and then relax with a few more bottles as the evening wears on: no restaurant in this city will ever tell you to leave until you are ready. The concept of a sitting is alien, and the city’s dining scene is all the better for it.

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