Romania’s capital Bucharest is a shoppers paradise with generous opening hours in the major shopping malls. Follow to Bucharest’s largest shopping mall which also has rollercoaster, ice skating rink, and other stuff.
From Bucharest in Romania, it is not far to Moldova’s capital, Chisinau. How do you travel easiest between the two capitals? Train, bus or airplane?
In the endless concrete desert in Bucharest is a green oasis, unknown to the majority. The Bucharest delta is a failed and abandoned water reservoir that has become an animal paradise in the busy metropolis.
One of Romania’s most important factories was on the outskirts of Bucharest. The confidentiality was high because this factory manufactured gunpowder and other chemicals for the military. Today, only abandoned buildings are left from the former chemical factory.
Next to the central railway station is the final end station for carriages. Here get train cars that no longer are good enough their retirement. Only a short distance away from the busy central station in Romania is this abandoned secret.
Few cities have as many secrets among the back streets and alleys that Romania’s capital, Bucharest. A few steps to the side of one of the city’s main streets is all that is required. Suddenly it’s completely quiet and stuffy. Here is the passage that housed Bucharest’s oldest brothel and more.
Romania is still influenced by the legacy of dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu. Ceauşescu ruled Romania with an iron fist with his own variant of communism and socialism in the years 1967-1989. How did it happen?