We’ve had great luck with this warm, golden autumn – it’s been gentle with us, giving everyone the opportunity to go out and about, enjoy activities and just take in the lovely energy around the Capital.  So if you’ve booked a city break in Bucharest in this period and you’re looking to spend your time in the nicest manner, the city will provide for you a lot of options that you can fully enjoy. While you’re staying at Hotel Cismigiu, make also sure to enjoy the accommodation experience we provide – you can explore the hotel’s century-old history, savor delicious treats at Cismigiu – Bistro la Etaj or the Gambrinus Beerhouse or take a stroll through the famous Cismigiu Park – this autumn has colored every alley in lovely shades.

Things to do in Bucharest in November: Concerts & Festivals

As we’ve promised at the beginning of this article, we have prepared for you a few wonderful musical suggestions that we encourage you to fully enjoy in the city.

#1 SoNoRo Music Festival

SoNoRo is a music festival taking place between 1st – 14th of November. “This year’s DaDa edition of SoNoRo Festival goes hand in hand with the Dada theorist Tristan Tzara and is dedicated to deconstructing art and reinterpreting patterns, in order to be reborn full of creative vitality.“ declares Răzvan Popovici, Executive Director of SoNoRo Festival.

Every day of the beloved festival you will be able to enjoy different concerts. You can explore the program here. Feel free also to buy tickets for the Bucharest concerts here.

#2 Bucharest Early Music Festival

Taking place between the 11th and 28th of November, BEMF is a festival dedicated to old European music, from medieval tunes to baroque or byzantine music. The concerts, film projections, and talks will take place in different spaces in Bucharest. You can find out more info or book a ticket on the Bucharest Early Music Festival’s website.

#3 (Bonus) “100 de Tradiții Românești” Fair

If you’re looking to experience a local, authentic Romanian flavor, discover the “100 de Tradiții Românești” Fair, taking place between the 15th and 17th of November at Muzeul Taranului Roman (Monetariei Street no. 3). You can view and buy local handmade products from all areas of experience the Romanian traditional cuisine that you will just love. Discover more here.

We truly hope you’ll take advantage of our suggestions for lovely things to do in Bucharest in November and experience a wonderful Bucharest experience.


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