Popular Lettings in Bucharest
Highlights in Bucharest
- Mysterious tours
- Unknown but tasty cuisine
- Fantastic gardens around the city
- Fantastic reading experience
- Entertainment and fun time
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Bucharest
Because of the size of Bucharest boroughs, they do not have names but numbers. The most central ones are 1, 2, 3 and 5. Beautiful monuments, historical buildings, parks and main entertainment areas. To stay in the very heart of the city, district 1 is the Old Town and University Square where the pedestrian streets are lined with shops, restaurants and bars. Districts 2 and 3 have elegant boulevards and nice restaurants for fine meals.Stylish and elegant rentals
Bucharest holds a lot of stylish buildings, with elegant facades and the blend and influence of the French and Byzantine architecture, that reflects the glory of its past. Fantastic and well equipped holiday rentals for all budgets, ranging from great deals to expensive rentals in the heart of the city. Comfortable lounges, open plan rooms, cosy bedrooms and balconies from where you can admire the views every morning. Choose how close you want to stay from the main landmarks and look for the perfect rental in Bucharest!
Holidays in Bucharest
The area and getting around
Bucharest, in southern Romania, is the country's capital and also its commercial centre. Besides the iconic, communist-era Palatul Parlamentului government building, the heaviest in the world, Bucharest is home to the most confusing monument you can ever imagine. A few steps from it, the historic Lipscani district is home to an energetic nightlife scene as well as the Eastern Orthodox Stavropoleos Church and the 15th-century Curtea Veche Palace. On Revolution Square, you will easily spot the Memorial of Rebirth, the blood-soaked obelisk piercing a baffling object similar to a basket.Discover the city
Lots of stylish architecture are the main attraction for tourists who can experience the dynamic growth of the city through its cafes, restaurants and the fantastic architectural gems of every district. Besides the cultural visits, the fabulous summer parks offer the opportunity to stroll and enjoy a pleasant walk. So head to Herăstrău Park and enjoy your walk.
Travellers and activities
If you are in Romania there is one place you cannot miss at all. Do you like mystery? In the 15th century, there was a prince named Vlad Țepeș (Vlad The Impaler) who had a peculiar taste for blood. This prince was the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s character, Dracula. Want to start a thrilling but spooky trip to Bran’s Castle? Stay overnight for Halloween and discover all the secrets within the walls of this magnificent castle. And those Count Dracula fans can also have an extra treat and take a trip to Snagov, where it is said the Impaler is buried in a small island in the middle of the lake. Even if you are not the biggest fan of mysteries, no trip to Romania is complete without a visit to Bran Castle.Bucharest for book lovers
Readers, this is your city! In Bucharest you can find the most picturesque bookshops. Inside the most beautifully restored 19th-century buildings with fantastic decorations, elegant spiral staircases and large collections of colourful book spines listed alphabetically. Cărtureşti Bookstore is a must for readers and book lovers. A true heaven of literature, poetry and knowledge.
You will never have to worry about being connected as Bucharest is among the 15 top cities with the fastest Internet connection worldwide.
Top 5 travel tips in Bucharest
The Palace of Parliament is the biggest building in the city. This gargantuan building is a display of marble, hardwood and gold they used as well as the architectural features, part of the legacy of the Nicolae Ceaușescu era. This is a must-see while in Bucharest.2. See remains of what once was called “Old Paris”
Known as the “Paris of the East” when its architecture and the art nouveau places remembered of Paris. After earthquakes and wars brought parts of the city down, it was rebuilt and nowadays you can still glimpse that former elegance. Romantic walks around the lake in the Cișmigiu Gardens with beautiful benches and wrought-iron signposts. Admire the replica of the Arc de Triomphe—a genuine homage to Paris—and Herăstrău Park, another elegant park with a lake.3. A fantastic feast for your senses
Romanian food might not be the most international cuisine but it deserves a mention as it keeps the traditional recipes that past from one generation to another. Using the freshest produce, mostly organic, you will be delighted to try some sarmale, stuffed cabbage rolls with spicy minced pork or beef. Main courses are usually served with cornmeal porridge, known as mămăligă. Top it up with goat’s cheese or delicious sour cream. Give it a go at Caru’ cu Bere or Lacrimi si Sfinti. Traditional bites with hints of modernity. If you like street food, make sure you taste some covrigi, a mouthwatering pretzel topped with poppy seeds or salt.4. Find a garden of Eden
Experience the great pleasure of discovering hidden green areas inside a metropolitan environment. Wander the streets of Bucharest and find the most modern cafes and restaurants with summer terraces for those hot summer nights. Cărtureşti bookstore, has an inspiring Verona Garden at the back of the building. And just nextdoors, the OAR Garden is more private and quiet and hosting some live music events with jazz or acoustic guitar performances.. The lush green vegetations of Eden Garden, behind the derelict Palatul Știrbei is a perfect spot for a glass of rosé underneath the shade of the umbrellas.5. Dance away through the historic centre
The historic part of town is everything but old. A maze of tiny lanes that has been turned into cosy cafes, restaurants and clubs. Strada Smârdan or Strada Covaci lanes heave party goers looking for a vibrant night scene. Have a cocktail at Bicicleta or dance the night away at the best clubs like La muse and Mojo right at the city core. A few steps from those, the exclusive Biutiful will surprise you with its industrial design.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Bucharest
Bucharest is one of the most expensive cities in Romania. The costs for a holiday rental here amounts to about £212.69 per night.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If it is your aim to save as much as posisble during your visit to Bucharest, pack your bags and travel there in June (£175.27 per night on average), March (£177.54), or May (£190.99) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bucharest?
In 2019, the month that had the highest annual average in Bucharest was August, with an average price of £241.38 per night. This was followed by September, with an average of £240.75, and October, with £235.47.Do I need to plan a trip to Bucharest well in advance?
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, since the average availablity in Bucharest is 63%, which is above the average in Romania, according to data from 2019.When are more holiday lettings available?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are June (with an availability of 78.8%) May (78%), and April (77%), according to the trends observed in 2019.When are fewer lettings available?
Holiday rentals in Bucharest reach their peak in demand in October, with an availability rate of 49.25%. The second most requested month is August, with 51.2%, and third is November with 51.8%.How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Bucharest?
Holidu offers around 2200 holiday rentals in Bucharest from 14 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!