The street leading up to Revolution square (Calea Victoriei) is a nice walk - some interesting buildings and shops. Revolution square is where Ceausescu delivered his final speech which highlighted the beginning of his overthrow. There are several impressive buildings surrounding the square - the Ministry of the interior (formerly the Central Committee building), the Carol 1 University Library and... 更多
There are a group of classic buildings and much history here. A walkabout is essential to read the captions and note the old Communist Party HQ and the secret police building in particular. The Liberty monument is an attractive needle, but the tiles and bricks nearby are needing repairs, so wear good shoes and watch your footing. Please try to... 更多
This location in the city is extremely grand and full of impressive architecture, monuments and fountains. It is worthy of a look around or you can pass by on the open top buses and see it from a height. Locally there are lots of designer shops and posh boutiques near by (that you need lots of money for) This is... 更多
It was incredible to be in the place where the Romanian Revolution started! There is a monument in the centre and is surrounded by very beautiful buildings!
Its a must see TBH, if you look carefully it is still possible to see the bullet holes in the walls of the buildings here. Some interesting sculptures, fountains and Govt buildings. Def worth a visit and its free.
How fitting to have the 1989 Monument to Freedom placed in front of the former Communist headquarters building. The monument and building are located on Piata Revolutiei in front of a busy street of Calea Victoriei. It was from this building that the communist dictator, Ceausescu, made his last speech and escaped from the flat rooftop in a helicopter while... 更多
Go visit to say you have been there but there isn't much to see. The site of the Revolution is today dotted with fancy hotels and designer boutiques. Good for photo ops.
From the square you get a view of the balcony from which Nikolai Ceacescu made his last futile address to the people in December 1989 before fleeing in a helicopter, only to be executed a few days later. so be a witness to history and visit the square where it all began for Free Romania.
Currently the Ministry of Internal Affairs but formerly headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party in Bucharest. This is where Nicolae Ceaușescu gave his final speech in front of an 80,000 strong crowd. You can easily find footage of this historic moment on the internet - watch it before you visit this building or better still watch... 更多