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Things to do in Bucharest during Fall 2021

Published on 15 September 2021

Vacation trips are always exciting, and a trip to Romania during fall season is filled with wonderful colors, beautiful sights and events you don’t want to miss. Even if you’re here on a business trip, you’ll still find excellent things to do in Bucharest during your leisure time.

If you plan to visit Bucharest in September 2021, Hotel Cișmigiu has some recommendations for those of you who plan on visiting the city:


Things to do in Bucharest in memorable outdoor settings

Bucharest loves to party, as you will discover in the Old City center, about 10 minutes away from your accommodation in Bucharest, Hotel Cișmigiu. This 4 star hotel in a century old building has a rich history that will charm you. It has been renovated, has Covid19 safety guidelines, and is conveniently located in the center of this Capital city.

From the hotel there is a short walking distance to the Palace of Parliament, a Guinness World Record building. In front of the Palace you will find the Constitution Square - Piața Constituției, where concerts and big events take place. 

On September 18th 2021, one of the largest international 3D video mapping competitions in the world will take place in the Constitution Square: iMapp Bucharest. This year’s theme is “The Show Must Go On”. With free admission, the event is accessible to those who have been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 virus or have been tested. If that’s you, then going to iMapp Bucharest should be on your list of things to do in Bucharest on September 18th 2021. Get the complete guidelines by checking their website.

Those of you who are coming to Bucharest in search of novelty and to learn more about the authentic Romanian culture, spirituality and/or traditions, head to the Village Museum. “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum was first opened in 1936 and it is an outdoor museum.

It consists of vernacular architecture from different regions of the country on 14 acres of land by lake Herăstrău. Visiting this museum will feel like you’ve teleported yourself in space and time throughout the country.  Monuments and artefacts beginning from XVII-th until the early XX-th century and representative buildings from important ethnography areas can be admired at “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum. This is the most visited cultural attraction in Romania and definitely at the top of the list of things to do in Bucharest. Ask Hotel Cișmigiu’s reception desk how to get to the museum at your convenience.


Hotel Cișmigiu, music to your ears

Fans of classical music can come enjoy the George Enescu festival until September 26th, an indoor event. For tickets and everyday schedules, check their website. The Romanian Athenaeum is located exactly one kilometer away from Hotel Cișmigiu and, just like the hotel, it is one of the most emblematic buildings of Bucharest. 

Hotel Cișmigiu is expecting you! With spacious suites and some of the best restaurants in Bucharest, this is an accommodation you will keep coming back to whenever you visit Bucharest.




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