From music events and festivals to terraces, parks, and others, while you’re staying at Hotel Cismigiu don’t hesitate to discover all the beauty that the Capital has to offer. Hotel Cismigiu is right at the heart of the city, near a lot of visiting objectives, nature – Cismigiu Park – and many others. Your stay here will provide you with a mix of over a century heritage, modern, comfortable rooms, a delicious bistro or beer garden and many others. Being accommodated with us will allow you to explore and enjoy a lot of new adventures. All you have to do is go for them. Therefore, we have prepared for you a list of recommendations that we hope you’ll enjoy, both online, reading it, and offline, discovering them.

Things to do in Bucharest in August 

The last month of summer brings forward a few events, most awaited by their usual crowds and fans. Two of the biggest musical festivals, each in its musical niche, will surely delight you while staying here.

Summer Well Festival (August, 9-11)

This already famous music festival is located in a wonderful natural location – Domeniul Stirbei in Buftea. Spreading over a few days, it will bring music lovers a series of artist names that you shouldn’t miss, such as The 1975, The National, Jungle, Maribou States, and many others, both local and international. Their website will provide you will all the necessary info in matters of location, how to get there, tickets and all the other artists you can enjoy, so be sure to check it. Moreover, you’ll get the chance here to interact with a lot of fun brand activations, food trucks for your cravings and many other surprises.

Things to do in Bucharest in August: George Enescu Festival (31.08 – 22.09)

This festival is dedicated to all lovers of classical music and reunites concerts and recitals in more than one locations in Bucharest: Sala Palatului, the Romanian Athenaeum, Sala Mica a Palatulu, Sala Radio, and Excelsior Theatre. The festival brings to the public several premieres, both from the perspective of the artistic presence, as well as from the proposed shows and the organization. Among the new artists, who complete the gallery of international stars, is the actress Oscar Marion Cotillard, who plays Jeanne d ‘Arc on the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum, in the eponymous work, under the baton of Director Alexandre Bloch. Joining her are names such as Mitsuko Uchida, Rene Jacobs, Kirill Petrenko, Diana Damrau, Joyce DiDonato, Rolando Villazón and Julia Fischer. You can find all the necessary info for the festival here.

Metallica Concert at the National Bucharest Arena on 14th of August

Next well, Metallica is returning to Bucharest with a legendary concert, held on the 14th. The concert is a part of the Worldwired tour. You can still check for a ticket here.

Things to do in Bucharest in August: Strolling in Cismigiu Park

Near Hotel Cismigiu, there is Cismigiu Park – a small oasis of green nature with a lot of history, perfect for a little relaxation around the lake or just walking on the park’s alleys. If you get hungry, you can always come back for a bite at Cismigiu Bistro la Etaj – the famous pink positive location of Bucharest – or at Beraria Gambrinus, for a different atmosphere.

So if you were planning to discover new things to do in Bucharest, book a room at Hotel Cismigiu, find out more details about our suggestions already mentioned and prepare for a lovely vacation in the Capital.

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