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Why visit Bucharest?
Once you have visited the Palace of Parliament and enjoyed the cafe culture of the city, then it is probably time to get some shopping done. Bucharest is full of unique shops and for dedicated followers of fashion; there are some real bargains to be picked up. The cities fashion and design students have created a number of designer boutiques and are set on creating their own trends rather than following. Keep an eye on the fashion coming out of Bucharest as the influence travels far!
Having got yourself up to date with the latest fashion, then it is time to hit the town. Bucharest’s nightlife is booming. Whether you want cool, underground vibes or the glamorous and extravagant , then there is a club or a bar for you.
The next morning, to ease that slightly sore head, we suggest a visit to the beach. Yes, that’s right, you can have a beach holiday in Bucharest. Just 10 minutes from the city centre you will find Therme Bucuresti, a ‘wellness’ concept that is a cross between Centre Parcs and a botanical gardens. With an indoor temperature between 29-30 degrees and 10 pools, 6 saunas, 4 wet saunas and 16 water slides all supplied by thermal water deep underground, this is a fantastic way to end you time in Bucharest.