Did you know that Calea Victoriei was originally made of wood, and called "The Bridge to Mogosoaia"?
Do you know what the Cismigiu Gardens and the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris have in common?
Did you know that the Athenaeum was never meant to be a concert hall?
Interested in discovering more about contemporary Bucharest through its fascinating history, and meanwhile meeting new people?
ateneul romanOn Saturday October 24, Protected content 10:00 am, CityCompass will take you on a journey through Bucharest's history. Led by a local historian and researcher, this unforgettable two-hour trek through history, art, politics and religion, will change the way you see the city.
We will discover the Royal Palace - National Art Museum, the Romanian Atheneum, the Revolution Square, Vilacrosse Passage, Stavropoleos Church and many more
Saturday, October 24, Protected content 10:00 AM:
Our meeting point will be the entrance of Cismigiu Garden (opposite the City Hall PMB).
Fee: 70 RON (ca. 16 EUR)/Participant
IN order to sign up, please send an e-mail to: Protected content