If you choose to visit this plaza, walking is the best way to do it. I drove through here to get to our nearby hotel and it was confusing and it ultimately took me 30 minutes to get to my hotel which was within sight...More
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Piata Universitatie encompasses the University Palace as well as the square adjacent to it. There are four statues on the square. King Michael is the one sitting astride a horse and the other three are scholars notable to the formation of the Romanian language. The...More
nice square , nice university building in the middle of the road you can see a cross commemorating people who died during the revolution , the hotel continental is a good landmark which you will see for sure at that square / also visit the...More
i was expecting this place to be decorated with Christmas lights in late November, but alas, it was not. It continued to be rather neglected and not too looked after, which is a pity, as it has such a great potential.
The University of Bucharest was built in 1864 after the plans of the architect Alexandru Orascu and it was the second university of Romania after the University of Jassy. It is placed in the University Square, one of the most popular squares of Bucharest, because...More
University Square is on of the most important square in Bucharest. There are some important landmarks like the buildings of University of Bucharest and "Ion Mincu" University of Arhitecture and Urbanism, Sutu Palace(Bucharest Municipal Museum), National Theatre, Bucharest Russian Church, statues of Mihai Viteazul, Gheorghe...More
All the roads lead here and you should definitely visit and walk around the old center, during the day or in the evenings.
Always busy, always crowded! It gives the tourist the image of Bucharest, the Romanian capital, with beautiful buildings, architectural treasures, hidden churches.
The huge building of the University was constructed by French architects more than 150 years ago. It hosts the Faculty of Mathematics, Geography and Geology, Foreign Languages, History, etc.. The University Square and the boulevards were imposed by Georges-Eugène Haussmann, commonly known as Baron Haussmann....More
Central square with some interesting and historic building around. Can be quite crowded with lots of people and cars.