Bucharest occupies one of the leading positions in terms of the number of cultural sights, so there is no wonder why it is so popular among tourists from all parts of the world. Any fan of novels about Count Dracula should definitely visit this city as many of excursion routes here are connected with legends about this famous villain. You can start your excursion in Bucharest from visiting Bucharest Square in the center of which is located the Triumph Arc. This monument was built to honor the victims of the World War I. At the top of the arc there is a spacious observation area with magnificent panoramic views of the city.
Romania is famous for its national parks and reserves. One of them, Herastrau Park, starts right behind the arc. On the territory of the park are located trading outlets, modern tennis courts. The park’s lake is used for rides and you can rent a boat here. When it comes to talking about museums, Zambaccian Museum is the most popular and frequently visited one. The museum features a large collection of pictures and sculptures created by great Romanian masters. This is a private museum and it is founded by an art historian Krikor Zambaccian.
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