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BUCHAREST

Bucharest is the primary entry point into Romania. Bucharest is a booming city with many large infrastructure projects changing the old face of the city. Known in the past as „The Little Paris,” Bucharest has changed a lot lately, and today it has become a very interesting mix of old and new that has little to do with its initial reputation. Finding a 300 year old church near a steel-and-glass building that both sit next to a communist style building is commonplace in Bucharest. Bucharest offers some excellent attractions, and has, in recent years, cultivated a sophisticated, trendy, and modern sensibility that many have come to expect from a European capital.

Bucharest has been undergoing major modernization programs in recent years and is still going to continue with these projects in the years to come. Those who knew Bucharest in the past but have not visited it after 2010 will be surprised by the scale of the changes that are taking place. The center of the city is being completely revamped, and there is a major project in every part of the city. Bucharest has benefited from an economic boom along with the EU grants that have helped rebuild parts of the city. Ambitious projects are quite common in Bucharest. The largest project finished at this time is the impressive Basarab bridge, which is Europe’s widest cable-stayed bridge.

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IBIS HOTEL

The ibis Bucharest Parliament House hotel is close to the Parliament House, the principal tourist attractions of Bucharest and the largest convention centre in the city. Close to the financial district and 20 km from Otopeni airport, the hotel has 161 airconditioned rooms and 6 meeting rooms for organising seminars and conferences. In addition to a restaurant, a bar open 24 hours and pay parking, we offer free Internet access in the room for guests on a business trip.

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