George Enescu Museum or Cantacuzino Palace is located on Calea Victoriei no. 141, Bucharest. It was built in French Baroque, Art Nouveau style. The palace is stunning but should be better maintained. You can visit only 3 rooms without to make a general impression about architecture. I was generally disappointed but the palace let me speechless. George Enescu memorial house... 更多
We did a walking tour on Victorei Street with our Greeter and she pointed out the Cantacuzino Palace as being the home of the George Enescu Museum and one of the nicest buildings of Bucharest . It is truly a piece of art and a good example of the French influence on the Romanian architecture !
We were attracted by the concept of houses from many parts of Romania over different time periods but were disappointed to find most were closed so only allowing you to see the outsides of the buildings. Those that were open were very interesting so it's a pity the rest were closed.
While walking on the lovely street of Calea Vittoria, I came across this Museum which was the former home of composer George Enescu. It is one of the most beautiful buildings in Bucharest and I took many pictures of the exterior. However, I did not go into the Museum as it was early morning and the Museum was closed. It... 更多
Housed in a majestic old building.Not very much to see,there's only 3 rooms,presenting different objects that belonged to the musician.Besides,in the back of the building that houses the museum you can visit George Enescu memorial house,the place where the composer used to live. Cheap entry fee,only 6RON(less than 2 euro) but if you want to take photos you have to... 更多
The George Enescu museum is located on Calea Vittoria the most beautiful street of Bucharest. Its architecture is very beautiful. The inside is interesting although not a large museum. All in all a positive experience.