Unirii Square, Bucharest
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Unirii Square, the largest square in the capital city, features a metro station, a taxi rank, a shopping mall, a department store, and a small central park with fountains. Try some traditional Romanian cuisine at the early 19th-century inn, often referred to as "the last caravansary of South Eastern Europe," on the north side of the square. Alternatively, grab a bite at one of the fast-food stands. You can also walk from the square to the House of Parliament and the old town. Be cautious, traffic around the square can be very busy. Put Unirii Square and other Bucharest attractions into our Bucharest trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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It's a big place in the capital, you can always meet there with your friends. Free walking tour starts here. There are many fountains or it's better be called "cascade".
There really is not much to see regarding this square. It separates the Old Town for that which was built by the Communists in the 20th century, so one does note the contrast in the buildings on each ... read more »
Une place aux dimensions impressionnantes ; des affiches publicitaires un peu partout : sur les toits et parfois sur les murs masquant les fenêtres ; un grand centre commercial ; et une activité fréné... read more »A place at the impressive dimensions; advertising posters everywhere: on the roofs and sometimes walls masking the windows; a large shopping center; and a frantic activity (Oh, the nerve center of the city)show original
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