Our new (2015) architect designed apartment building is located in central in Bucharest close to parks, shops, museums and Victoria Square (center) in an...
Where is it?
Surrounded by a 200 ha protected oak forest, in the North of Bucharest, Stejarii Residential Club is a fantastic private location, developed by Ion Tiriac former professional tennis and ice hockey player.
The neighbourhood has splendid outside areas, generous spaces, sunny windows, the ergonomically nature of every single detail, facilities and amenities that are unique to the Romanian and Eastern European real estate.
Bucharest is a vibrant and dynamic place to visit.
First of all, Bucharest offers an incredible blend of European culture without the crowds that are so typical to well-known tourist destinations. Situated at the crossroads of Central and South-Eastern Europe, Bucharest is a city of cultural contrasts. In just a few hours, a traveller can experience both the urban atmosphere of narrow streets with Beaux-Art buildings and elegant cafés as well as the simplicity of rural art and life in one of Europe’s largest open-air museums – the Village Museum.
Beautiful byzantine churches dating from the late Middle Ages, such as the Radu Voda monastery, are just blocks away from the Palace of the Parliament, the largest civilian building in the world and a symbol of the communist “Golden Age”. In less than ten minutes, one can go from the vibrant streets in Bucharest’s historic centre, with their numerous shops, bars, restaurants and clubs to beautiful and tranquil nineteen century parks such as Cismigiu and Gradina Icoanei. And the city’s most well-known clubbing area is situated right next to the ruins of the Old Princely Court, built in the fifteenth century by Vlad the Impaler and now operating as a museum.
In recent years, the capital of Romania has become one of the most popular places to visit in Europe.
Bucharest, a vibrant, dynamic and highly entertaining place, is a city of contrasts which makes it all the more interesting.
Communistic, grey buildings clash with modern offices. Opulence is in contradiction with extreme poverty.
Busy boulevards with heavy traffic run alongside quiet and airy streets where you can find cozy cafes and sophisticated restaurants.
Without a doubt, Bucharest has so much history to offer and so many hidden gems just waiting to be discovered.
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