Bucharest features a humid continental climate. The city has chilly winters and pleasant summers with balmy autumns and blooming springs. Tourists can visit Bucharest all through the year. Months from November to March are snowy months and offer excellent opportunity to enjoy winter sports. Months from June to September are pleasantly months and are the best months for sightseeing.
Bucharest is served by Henri Coanda International Airport. It is the busiest inetrnational airport in Romania. The airport is hub for Blue Air, Ruanair, TAROM, and Wizz Air. This public airport offers flights to a plethora of destinations around the world including Athens, Paris, Vienna, Prague, Frankfurt, and more.Places of Interest in Bucharest
The capital and the largest city in Romania, Bucharest is the financial, cultural, and industrial hub of the country. The city is located in the southeast of Romania, on the banks of Dambovita River. This city is the place where still unreconstructed communism shakes hands with unbridled capitalism. Most of the city is modern; however, tourists will also come across magnificent 17th and 18th century orthodox churches and lovely art nouveau villas located in serene corners. Bucharest features museums, lovely parks, trendy cafes, and a potpourri of other tourist attractions.Romanian Atheneum
The most prominent concert hall in the city, Romanian Atheneum is one of the most beautiful buildings in Bucharest. This building is built in neoclassical style of architecture and dates back to 1888. Romanian Atheneum, with its 40-meter high dome and the Doric columns, looks like an ancient temple. Visitors can also explore, inside the building, the objects related to Romanian history.National Art Museum
A spectacular building located in the Revolution Square, National Art Museum is an apt place to visit for history buffs. This art museum displays an arrayed assortment of European and Romanian art dating back from 15th to 20th century. National Art Museum was closed in 1989 because of few damages occurred during the events and was reopened after a number of years.The Village Museum
Started in 1936, Village Museum embraces over 300 wooden houses, churches, windmills, etc from all over the country. By visiting the Village Museum, visitors can get the sense of Romanian villages without visiting its rural areas. Most of the houses in the museum are original and were transported here in pieces and then they were assembled.