Below you can find all participating companies participating with The Bucharest Card.
Str. Franklin 1,
Check online for its opening hours
Website Romanian Athenaeum
The work of French architect Albert Galleron, who also designed the National Bank of Romania, the Athenaeum was completed in 1888, financed almost entirely with money donated by the general public. One of the preeminent public fundraising campaigns ever in Romania, the “Give a penny for the Athenaeum” campaign saved the project after the original patrons ran out of funds. With its high dome and Doric columns, the Athenaeum resembles an ancient temple.
The lobby has a beautifully painted ceiling decorated in gold leaf, while curved balconies cascade in ringlets off a spiral staircase. A ring of pink marble columns
is linked by flowing arches where elaborate brass lanterns hang like gems from a necklace. Inside the concert hall, voluptuous frescoes cover the ceiling and walls. Renowned worldwide for its outstanding acoustics, it is Bucharest’s most prestigious concert hall and home of the Romanian George Enescu Philharmonic.
Mănăstirea Stavropoleos in Romanian, also known as Biserica Stavropoleos a small church in the center of Bucharest. Eastern Orthodox monastery for nuns. The church been build in 1724, by archimandrite Ioanichie Stratonikeas and built in Brâncovenesc style.
Small Lovely church in the old city from Bucharest.
Calea Bucureștilor nr. 289, Otopeni, Ilfov
Closed till the 15th May for construction
Website Tiriac Collection
Tiriac Collection represents the exhibition of cars and motorcycles of Mr. Ion Tiriac. Opened in November 2013 for the public, the collection includes historical vehicles manufactured since 1899, but also performant cars, with a current design. Visitors will find the only collection in the world with the 6 Rolls Royce Phantom produced until 1972, as well as exhibits that previously belonged to great names such as Sir Elton John, Sammy Davis Jr. or Bernie Ecclestone.
Kiseleff Road 28-30
Open from Monday – Sunday 09.00 – 18.00
Website Village Museum
Muzeul Satului in Romanian is an open-air ethnographic museum at the Herăstrău Park. Giving more information about the traditional Romanian village life. The museum is over 100,000 m2, and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania. The museum was created in 1936 and representing historical houses from different areas in Romania.
Sos. Kiseleff 1
Open from Monday – Sunday 09.00 – 20.00
Website National Museum of Natural History
The study of biodiversity through research based on collections and the transfer of scientific knowledge to the public, for the purpose of public education and entertainment.
Furthermore, the spreading of knowledge about the national and worldwide natural heritage as well as increasing the awareness of the public about contemporary environment, species and habitats conservational efforts.
Calea Victoriei no. 49-53
Open from Wednesday – Sunday 11.00 – 19.00
Website The National Museum of Art of Romania
The National Museum of Art of Romania hosts three art galleries and has a short, but impressive royal past. The European Art Gallery, the Romanian Medieval Art Gallery and the Romanian Modern Art Gallery bring together art works exhibited in an attractive, modern manner, thus turning a visit to the museum into an enjoyable and instructive way of spending time.
Geniului bld 1
Open from Tuesday – Sunday 09.00 – 17.30
Website Cotroceni Palace
The Cotroceni Palace enjoys, when compared with all the other palaces in Bucharest, the most consistent historical background. The nowadays palace was erected in 1888, by order of Prince Carol I, who commissioned Paul Gottereau to build a royal residence, which he successfully did, lending the structure a graceful Classical Venetian style. However, a significant part of the history of the Cotroceni Palace goes back earlier than the construction of the palace proper.
Open all day
Website Herastrau Park
“A piece of nature in the heart of Bucharest” Herastrau is a huge park with various activities available. The park itself is quite beautiful and is great for a relaxing walk. There are several restaurants and food stands of varying prices around the park. This is the location of the Hard Rock Cafe in Bucharest. There is a boat tour of the park in a large boat.