Bucharest : Muzeul Satului
I’m back home from my romanian trip…I had so many lovely moments…I almost forgot how open-hearted the people in Romania are.
We landed last monday in Bucharest-Otopeni Airport.
We decided to spend a day in Romanian’s capital city (best decision ever).
We had the chance to visit this traditional museum:an amazing little village museum that has brought real traditional village houses to Bucharest.
It was a really hot day in and so we walked around mid-afternoon. There are plenty of trees to keep you cool, and a nice cafe for you to enjoy a drink for a break. There were hand crafts dotted around the area which make great tourist gifts if you wish- you can see the ladies making them in the shade of houses which was actually quite nice.
However, it’d be nice to have a map you can take around, as we were not sure if there was a set ‘path’ you should have followed.
The best way to visit the most important sights of Bucharest is to take the hop-on-hop-off bus.
We had a list with the things that we wanted to visit…and we didn’t even know that there was such a thing as a Sightseeing-Tour-Bus in Bucharest…we found out later after spending a lot of money on cabs 😦
Well,we soon found out that our list was way too long for just a day.
So…if you want to see everything without rush…you have to plan more than 2-3 days on your schedule.
Anyways….we were quite impressed by this museum so we decided to spend our next spring vacation on a road-trip to Maramures,Moldova and some parts of Ardeal.
I’m quite excited to see the REAL DEAL haha.
My impression about Bucharest?
Well…it’s a big city with people who are always in a hurry….the traffic is like CRAZEEEEY…nobody follows the traffic rules.(I almost had a heart attack haha) but the people are friendly and at night they seem to calm down a lil bit from their daily struggle.
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