Our central 90sqm (1000 ft2) apartment is located in a 1930s historical building at walking distance from all Bucharest attractions. It can easily accommodate 3 people, offers free high-speed WiFi and a fantastic location!
Our 90sqm (1000 ft2) apartment is located in a historical building in the city center yet enjoys all modern day comfort. It is in walking distance from all major highlights of Bucharest. Whether you are interested in the vibrant night life, the major museums or the discreet charm of the old neighborhoods, this location is perfect for you. It is 3 minutes walk from the subway station but our guess is you will prefer to walk to any destination.
The building itself is part of a monumental complex built in the 1930s to host the public library of the Bratianu family. The whole complex is one of the many hidden treasures Bucharest has to offer. Not many people know of its existence and location and even less have had the chance to reside in it.
The apartment consists of one living room with couch, one dining room with a lovely 1930s dining table and one spacious bedroom with Queen size bed, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with bathtub.
Free, high-speed, secure WiFi is available for our guests.
The flat is on the 2nd floor of a building which has an elevator.
The apartment is all yours for the duration of your stay. The host is a young historian of Communism working in one of the best Romanian museums (the Museum of the Romanian Peasant), a great source for anything special you might want to know about the city, its history and its attractions.
I am a young historian of communist Romania and a museum curator on themes of recent history. I am born and raised in Bucharest, yet this city never ceases to amaze me. I love to guide people through Bucharest and lead them to discover beautiful stories about the city. I am a freelance city guide in my spare time, so if you want a personalized, unconventional discovery tour, do let me know!
I am traveler myself who loves to walk the streets and discover the charm and non-touristic attractions of the cities I visit.