Bucharest Spotlight – International Light Festival 12 – 15 April 2018

If you are in Bucharest this week, there are plenty of interesting things you can do to enjoy the most that the city can offer: join the BTrip Free Walking Tours to learn more about the history and culture of Bucharest, taste the local food, walk through the parks in bloom and take part in […]

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therme bucharest

Therme Bucharest. How to get to by car or by bus. Prices

If you are in Bucharest and are looking for a nice place to relax for a few hours or even a whole day, the perfect spot is Therme. What is Therme? Well, as the name points out, it’s a huge venue with thermal water. Here you will find over 10 swimming pools with hot thermal […]

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Mărţişor: A Romanian tradition

On the 1st of March, everywhere in Romania is the tradition of “Mărţişor”. The “Mărţişor” is a Romanian tradition and it comes under the shape of a small amulet with a red and white string attached to it, an item which is given to friends, family and colleagues on the 1st of March. As a […]

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Top Museums to visit in Bucharest

Bucharest is a city filled with culture. In Romania, this city represents the center of culture, where most Romanian artists move to and create their art. Besides that, in Bucharest you can find some of the most interesting collections at the museums. But because the number of museums is so great, we at BTrip Bucharest […]

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Top places to drink a beer in Bucharest

Top places to drink a beer in Bucharest

Did you know that the B in Bucharest is coming also from Beer? 🙂 You are in Bucharest and you will have to embrace the Romanian spirit and its drinking habits. It is a well known fact that Romanians enjoy drinking sometimes, but what is less known is the fact that the beer culture in […]

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The Christmas Market in Bucharest

Hohoho! It’s that lovely time of the year again – Christmas! Like everywhere in the world, Christmas is a very important and also fun holiday in Romania for kids and all adults alike. Why? Because we get to wonder at the bright colorful Christmas lights on the streets, have some time off from school or […]

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Things to do in Bucharest when it rainys?

Nobody is happy when it rains. Especially if it’s also cold and you are travelling. A lot of rain means that most of your travel plans will be ruined. No more strolling in the parks, no more enjoying the historical avenues or visiting open air museums. But that doesn’t mean there is nothing interesting that […]

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Romanian Traditions on Palm Sunday

The most important celebration in the Christian calendar, Easter, is approaching. This year, Easter is celebrated on the same day in both the Western and Easter Churches. The majority of Romanians (over 80%) belong to the Christian Orthodox Church, with many being very religious. This means that, if you are visiting Romania in the time […]

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Where to eat the something sweet in Bucharest

When it comes to cakes or ice cream or chocolate, it’s clear that Romanians have a sweet tooth. Why? Well, because we have so many cake shops in Bucharest which offer a wide variety of sweets that makes it so hard to choose just one thing. The neighborhoods are filled with good quality cakery, but […]

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Top Vegetarian Restaurants in Bucharest

As you read in our article on Romanian food the locals eat a lot of meat and in the Romanian cuisine restaurants almost all the main dishes contain animal produce. However, from this article or from the free walking tour of Bucharest we organize daily, you can learn more about the green alternatives.  It’s true: […]

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