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The Old town is a very picturesque district in Bucharest, the capital of Romania. During a city trip you will cross the small pedestrian streets with a lively atmosphere , discover its many terraces and restaurants. One of them is the famous restaurant "Caru' cu bere" which has an exceptional style that combines a bavarian taverna with the English neogothic architecture, all of which create a home for the romanian quality cuisine. The English Monastery Stavropoleos also deserves a visit.
Functional and very well located, the Hello Gare du Nord 2 * hotel is the ideal choice to spend a few days in Bucharest with excellent value for money.
The Palace of the Parliament, the former "House of the People", is one of the largest building in the world and visiting it is a truly amazing experience.
Discover Park King Michael the first, the former Park Herastrau, along with the Village Museum and the Peasant Museum both which offer a great experience of the romanian rural world, old and new and its whole diversity.
The hotel is located just 3 minutes walking from Gare de Nord and close to public transport.
The hotel is next to the North Station Park, close to George Enescu Museum and Museum of natural history Grigore Antipa.
The Hello Hotel offers 150 bright, double and triple rooms as well as 3 rooms for disabled guests. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, LCD TV, Wi-Fi and safe.
The breakfast buffet consists of hot and cold dishes. At the café located on the ground floor you can order a variety of hot and non-alcoholic drinks as well as sandwiches, pastries and salads.
Calea Griviței 143, București 010708, Romania
Region : Walachia
Walachia is a region in the south of Romania, where you will find the Romanian capital Bucharest, which is also nicknamed the "Little Paris of the Balkans". Situated in the north by the Carpathian mountains, to the east and south by the Danube, Wallachia offers vast plains, forests and valleys where a large number of horses and cattle are raised. Wallachia (the southern lowlands region) has a continental climate: winter is still cold, while summer is warmer than in the rest of the country.
City : Bucharest
Cosmopolitan city since the late nineteenth, it is adorned with vast boulevards and an architectural wealth unparalleled. The neobaric pearls, Belle Epoque Art Nouveau and then Art Deco succeed and abound, earning it the nickname of "Little Paris of the Balkans" Crossed by two rivers and surrounded by many green spaces, the Romanian capital crossed the communist era, in knowing how to preserve his treasures.
If the immense "Ceausescu Palace" - currently the seat of the Parliament of Romania, remains one of the landmarks, the large squares and avenues of the center are a treat to stroll. Contrasting, friendly, Bucharest is also full of churches, museums, theaters, shops and restaurants / terraces with very distinctive charms and street music festivals from spring to autumn.
Occupation allowed : max. 2 persons
All rooms are equipped with: desk, sitting area, drying rack, carpeted floor, telephone, upper floors accessible by elevator, garbage cans, bathroom, disabled accessible shower, hairdryer, towels, complimentary toiletries, bathing cap, toilet, body soap, toilet paper, linens, refrigerator, flatscreen TV, wake up service.
Occupation allowed : max. 3 persons
All rooms are equipped with: desk, drying rack, carpeted floor, telephone, upper floors accessible by elevator, garbage cans, bathroom, disabled accessible shower, towels, complimentary toiletries, toilet, linens, flat-screen TV , wake up service.