Known as the ‘Paris of the East’ in the late 19th century, Romania’s capital has a beguiling combination of medieval, neoclassical, Art Deco, and Art Nouveau buildings, which survived the Ceaușescu era. The last 20 years has seen careful restoration of the Old Town and the city has a vibrant cultural life with music and opera events including the biannual George Enescu Festival.

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