If you’re looking for a charming, vibrant, fascinating place to visit... Cotroceni is the answer! - Cotroceni Museum: The Cotroceni Museum: Having it's first stone laid in 1888, the construction didn't finish until 1893, at the order and close supervision of Romania's first king, Carol I - Lady Elisabeth Chapel of Bucharest: the only Orthodox church in Romania inspired by italian architecture. - Romanian Military Academy. - St. Elefterie Church. - The Botanica Garden of Bucharest, which houses the Botanical Garden Museum -The early 1900-1920 architecture of the buildings in the area
Hi! I`m Goce Alice, let me be your guide through this city, and show you why it's my piece of Wonderland! I've been living and loving it here since... forever, and you can bet I know it's story by heart! Of all of the Capitals' districts, Cotroceni is one of the greenest and most elegant and bohemian. It's like a whole other face of Bucharest - a quiet and beautiful part of the old "Little Paris". They say that Bucharest is a city of contrasts, and I couldn`t agree more. Over the years I had time to explore it thoroughly and fell in love with it's small hidden streets, beautiful museums, urban art, concerts, parks and nightlife. You name it, I've seen it! I want you to see the city as I see it...a city that you`ll fall in love with at first sight...just as I did!
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Cotroceni received a 9 out of 10 score for its cultural hotspots, which include the Cotroceni Palace, which is both a museum and the official residence of the Romanian President and the capital’s Botanical Garden. The neighborhood achieved an identical score for its creative capital. The Bucharest neighborhood ranks between two Spanish ones: Madrid’s Malasana neighborhood, placed 17th, and Barcelona’s Poble Sec, at number 19.
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Cotroceni - a walk to remember