On the Dâmbovița river banks life is always surprising to me.
As you may know the Dâmbovița river is crossing this lovely town, full of courageous and curious people, always eager to learn something new (the big public library you can see in the above pictures is often packed with all kind of peoples).
In the last 30 days I tried to convince you that Bucharest is an interesting place to live in. And I will go on to tell my story about this place. Maybe not on a daily basis, but systematically.
I do hope that you will have the opportunity someday to discover the beauty of this town of lovers. If so, do not hesitate to leave a comment on my blog dedicated to Bucharest.
Until then, have a good life !
This time I will bring up another place in Bucharest where I like to hang around whenever I have some time: The Cișmigiu Garden. If you happen to be in Bucharest I invite you not to miss out the opportunity to have a walk in this lovely garden (the oldest in town, they say).
If you really want Bucharest growing on you, take a good look at the crossroads. There is something special about this town’s crossroads. I do not know what. Maybe these pictures will help.
One of the easiest ways to travel in Bucharest is by subway. It’s cheap, safe, modern, clean. And further more, packed with nice people.
Seniors know better. From all over Europe, they are coming to Bucharest. They have a rare understanding of what is like to be forever young. They are taken aback by the beauty of Bucharest. And they are always coming back.
Sometimes, especially in Spring, Bucharest is light-flooded. So light-flooded that everybody looks so happy.
Did you come to see the city lights downtown? Then you should not miss the Bucharest Christmas Market. It is situated right in the city center, just opposite the University of Bucharest. It’s a special place, crowded with young people and students, laughing, holding their hands, sipping a cup of hot wine with cinnamon. And then they are going home, carrying out with some secrecy a little bottle of Pălincă de Bihor, a traditional brandy – the old friends know what is all about 🙂