You may enjoy occasionally traditional producers with natural food, like cheese, smoked ham, honey and so on... Hmm, I'm already hungry :)
For those who are visiting Bucharest during a hot day, turn around this building and you will find out the courtyard of this musem, were you will find happy people. Explore the courtyard; during the weekends trade with food and agricultural products are held there.
Outstanding not because I am Romanian and I would support what is mine, but because it is so. Tips: besides the museums: go the back entrance, as follows: when exiting the museum, take it to left corner, enter on Monetariei street, keep walking, having the walls of museum on the left hand. Enter on the next entrance. 1) There is... More
This is surely the only museum in which one can see a reconstructed wooden church, windmill, water mill and house (amongst other things) - all rescued from rural Romania. Also on offer to view are many folk art Orthodox icons, many examples of national dress and even a small museum of Communist iconography (which is probably better visited with someone... More
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