You can view over 90% of the artefacts from outside through the tailings so there is no need to pay to go in unless you want a closer look but everything is laid out clearly and in good view. It's worth a look but I didn't find it anything special
To be very honest - there is not too much to see. If you know where you are - in the old town of the city - than you can immagine, how life was some 500 years ago.
I only happens into this museum as it opened at 9am! For under a euro I was given a personal tour by Jean Baptiste. I should imagine if you went and it was busy you may not be given such personal attention. I was so glad I got it as the passion and humor he put into the story gave... 更多
This is where the beginnings of Bucharest was built and now are the remains of The Old Court near the center of Old Town. You can walk around the remains...there are some interesting pieces.
Located in the center of Old Town, this area of archaeological diggings have released proof of the existence of some 6th-7th century cottages, as well as remains of 14th century fortress. Built in the time of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula) this site was is most probably where he ruled and did some of his most gruesome murders. This area is... 更多
Agree with many other reviews, this museum does not offer much to the tourist, in fact little more than a modest representation of historical artifacts dating back to the sixteenth century. Located in the heart of the old town, I did not struggle to find it, it was quite easy, being located next to the church "Biserica Sfantul", so if... 更多
Recently renovated but work is still ongoing. Well worth wandering among the excavated ruins of where Bucharest started. Don't forget to visit the Old Princely Court Church next door. It is Bucharest's oldest church and contains some 16th century faded frescoes.
I knew it wasn't a big monument, after all, being surrounded by taller buildings, one can see how much space it occupies. The entrance fee is very small, but the VERY disappointing thing is not the dimension, but the lack of information. We were told that we'll find all the information inside, but there's only a [poor] text about the... 更多
I've walked by many times and finally saw it was open. There is an extra fee for photography. I've seen other reviews complaining there's nothing to see (ostensibly because they're in ruins). I personally liked the ruins of Carthage and Roman ruins in many countries. It's important to understand in this case the city of Bucharest was essentially founded here.... 更多