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Golden Tulip Times Hotel (http://www.goldentuliptimes.com/en )

Strategically located in the central part of the Bucharest, Golden Tulip Times is a full service hotel designed to accommodate highly demanding guests. A particular arhitecture, natural light and generous space is granted to our 70 modern rooms, equipped with free wireless internet, air conditioning, cable TV, and minibar.
Ideal for business trips or holidays in Bucharest, Golden Tulip Times is a fair retreat, close to the heritage charms of the Historical Centre, enjoying a convenient location and easy access to the Parliament Palace, the National Arena and the main business and tourist highlights.
You can enjoy fantastic shopping nearby, have a great start to explore the city or even support your favourite football team.
For reservations, please contact the hotel “Golden Tulip Times” directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , using the reference “TEXTEH 7 CONFERENCE” to benefit for preferential rates:

Single room– 70 EUR /night – breakfast and VAT included
Double room - 75 EUR / night – breakfast and VAT included



Hotel Răzvan (http://hotelrazvan.com/en )


With an excellent position only 10 minutes from km 0, Calarasilor Road, No. 159, to 50 m of Hyperion University, Razvan Hotel *** wants to become a mark of quality in the hotel industry.

Rates starting with

Camera single - 45 EUR / night – breakfast and VAT included

Camera dublă – 50 EUR/ night – breakfast and VAT included





On OCTOBER 23rd all those interested may join us on a ONE DAY TRIP to the mountains


This is a small group full day tour from Bucharest to Transylvania on a very picturesque route through Carpathian Mountains allowing you to discover two of the most beautiful Romanian castles, depending on the weather and guests availability.

Peles Castle, erected between 1873 and 1914, has been the summer residence of the Romanian Royal family and it is the most visited museum in Romania.

Bran Castle (14th century) has been serving for ages as a military fortress controlling the entry route to Transylvania and it is nowadays frequently associated with Dracula"s myth.

On our way, we will stop for a lunch and wine tasting a famous cellar in the area.





Parliament Building

Construction of Romania’s most famous building, began in 1984, and continued through what were the darkest days of the Nicolae Ceausescu regime. Standing 84 m above ground level on 12 floors, the building has long been shrouded in mystery, rumour and hyperbole. Originally designed (by a young architect: Anca Petrescu, who was just 28 at the time) to house almost all of the apparatus of the communist state, it today plays host to the Romanian parliament, a conference centre and Romania’s National Museum of Contemporary Art. Much of the building, however, remains unused. The public tour of the building is thoroughly recommended (it is the only way to see the building, in fact) though the commentary often consists of little more than a guide reeling off endless superlative statistics. You’ll see plenty of grand staircases, marble-plated halls and conference rooms, while - if you pay the extra - you may also have the chance to go on the roof, which offers perhaps the best view of central Bucharest. You will also need to bring your passport, driving license or other form of internationally-accepted ID. Use the entrance on the right-hand side of the palace (if you’re looking at it front-on). Izvor is probably the nearest metro station, but you’ll get a better view from Piata Unirii.


Historical Centrecentru

More than 550 years ago, the Old Historical Centre of the capital was the gate of Bucharest, but today is one of the most beautiful promenade areas in Europe, competing with those from Vienna or Paris. The Romanian and the foreign businessmen who have invested in the area between Unirii and Ci?migiu have been like a breath of fresh air, changing completely this area. This way, in the last years, those living in Bucharest and tourists have been able to enjoy many terraces, sapid cafés, exquisite restaurants and tempting clubs. Moreover, tour operators have included this area in the city circuit, because it is a historical area that never stops emanating a scent of the interwar times.


Romanian Atheneum

This is Bucharest's most prestigious concert hall and one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. It was built in 1888 in neo-classical style after a design by the French architect Albert Galleron. With its 40 m high dome and the Doric columns it resembles an ancient temple. The beautiful facade is adorned with mosaics of five Romanian rulers. On the inside there are scenes from Romanian history. This is the place to hear classical music in Bucharest. The resident orchestra is George Enescu Philharmonic.


Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History


One of Romania's finest museums and one of the best natural history museums in Europe, which recently benefited from a three year, €14 million refit. Packed with terrific exhibits (including the obligatory dinosaur skeletons) which will keep kids of all ages and their parents occupied for the best part of the day, there are all sorts of hands-on, interactive displays, as well as 3D films, artificial caves and - in the basement - a thorough guide to the incredible amount of animal and plant life native to Romania. The building which houses it all is itself worthy of note, purpose built in 1908 at the behest of Grigore Antipa, a noted Romanian naturalist who then set-up and ran the museum for almost five decades until his death in 1944.


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Ministry of Economy