UEFA 2021 Campionatul European de fotbal

UEFA 2021

UEFA 2020 - Bucharest host city

Bucharest, the capital of Romania, has been designated as a host, within EURO 2020, four games, of which three Group C matches (June 14th 2020, June 18th  2020, June 22nd 2020) and a round of 16 match (June 29th, 2020), competitions that will take place on the National Arena.

 

BUCHAREST OPTIONAL TRIPS

Bucharest walking tour

 The Walking Tour will show historical buildings as  :    

     -  The Romanian Atheneum                                                                                                

    -  The former Royal Palace (nowadays the National  Museum of Art  and learn about the history of the Romanian royal family)                                                       

    -  The former building of the Central Committee of the Romanian Comunist Party in order to witness the balcony from where on December, 21st 1989 he was trying to calm down the Romanian protesters (they didn't listen and stormed the building)                                                                                                        

    -  The Memorial of Rebirth  that commemorates the struggles and victims of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, which overthrew Communism                                                                                                                                                

    –  The Cretulescu Church                                                                                                     

    -   The Telephone Palace  -  the first building with metallic skeleton in Romania                                                                                                                                         

    -  The Palace of the National Military Circle (also known as the Officers' Club) -   Capsa  - the first confectionery shop on Calea Victoriei the first to introduce ice cream to the country                                                                                                      

   - The Art Deco building that once hosted  ''Galeries Lafayette'' department store , nowadays  called Victoria  ( constructed by the Jewish architect Herman Clejan)                                                                                                                                                                               

   -    C.E.C. ( Savings Bank ) Palace (Palatul C.E.C.)                                                                                          

    –   The former Postal Services Palace, nowadays the National Museum of Romanian History                                   

      We will then move on to the Old Town and have a stroll along the streets of this former merchants quarter. Many merchants of Bucharest were Armenian, Jewish and Greek, who left the city after the communists took over. Now, this whole area is full of street cafees and restaurants:

-  The arcade Macca – Villacrosse                                                                                                            

-  Lipscani street (the most famous one in the old town) Stavropoleos Church (Biserica Stavropoleos) of the Angels                                                                                                      

  – The building of Carul cu Bere restaurant (Restaurantul Carul cu Bere)                  

-  The Stock Exchange Palace                                                                                                   

  – The Palace of National Bank (Banca Nationala a Romaniei)                                               

-   The Dacia Palace                                                                                                                           

 – The buildings which once hosted the famous jewish  banks (BERCOVITZ  bank and MARMOROSCH  BLANK  bank)                                                                              

 -  "Carousel (of Light") Building  -  built at the beginning of the 20th century by the Chrissoveloni bankers family .                                                                                         

– The Old Royal Court (former residence of Vlad The Impaler and other rulers of Wallachia)                                                                                                                                     

– Saint Antonie Church (the oldest church in Bucharest preserved in the original shape)                                                                                                                                                  

 – The building of Manuc Inn (Hanul lui Manuc).

 

On the way back to the hotel you will see :

-   The central point of Bucharest (km.0)                                                                                

-   Coltea  historical  Hospital                                                                                                   

-   The Sutu Palace , hosting the museum of Bucharest history                                                

-   The Palace of the Agriculture                                                                                       

-   The University of Bucharest from the University Square                                                  

-   The National Theatre                                                                                                             

-   The Italian Church of the Most Holy Redeemer               

 

UPON  REQUEST  the tour can be extended in order to include :     

 -  interior visit of the ROMANIAN  ATHENEUM  (subject to availability/only on the spot can be found if the musicians do not rehearse so the tourists can enter the concert hall  in order to see  the  75-sqm long and 3-m wide fresco painted  by Costin Petrescu that decorates the inside of the circular wall of the concert hall)                             

Duration : aprox 30 minutes

 -   interior visit of the THE NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM of ROMANIA    including  the permanent exhibitions  (Historical Treasure , Lapidarium and The Copy of Trajan’s Column) as well as the temporary exhibitions displayed in the central hall.       

Duration :  aprox  45 minutes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

 

BUCHAREST OPTIONAL TRIPS

Bucharest walking tour

  The Walking Tour will show historical buildings as:   

 

-  The Romanian Atheneum                                                                                                                       

-  The former Royal Palace (nowadays the National  Museum of Art  and learn about the history of the Romanian royal family)                                                           

-  The former building of the Central Committee of the Romanian Comunist Party  in order to witness the balcony from where on December, 21st 1989 he was trying to calm down the Romanian protesters (they didn't listen and stormed the building)                                                                                                          

-  The Memorial of Rebirth  that commemorates the struggles and victims of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, which overthrew Communism                                                                                                                                            

 –  The Cretulescu Church                                                                                                       

-   The Telephone Palace  -  the first building with metallic skeleton in Romania                                                                                                                                          

-  The Palace of the National Military Circle (also known as the Officers' Club) -   Capsa  - the first confectionery shop on Calea Victoriei the first to introduce ice cream to the country                                                                                                     

 - The Art Deco building that once hosted  ''Galeries Lafayette'' department store , nowadays  called Victoria  (constructed by the Jewish architect Herman Clejan)                                                                                                                                                                             

-  C.E.C. (Savings Bank) Palace (Palatul C.E.C.)                                                                                      –  

The former Postal Services Palace, nowadays the National Museum of Romanian History                                   

 

     We will then move on to the Old Town and have a stroll along the streets of this former merchants quarter. Many merchants of Bucharest were Armenian, Jewish and Greek, who left the city after the communists took over. Now, this whole area is full of street cafees and restaurants  :

 

-  The arcade Macca – Villacrosse                                                                                          

-  Lipscani street  (the most famous one in the old town)                                                    

– Stavropoleos Church (Biserica Stavropoleos)   of the Angels                                         

– The building of Carul cu Bere restaurant (Restaurantul Carul cu Bere)                  

-  The Stock Exchange Palace                                                                                                    

- The Palace of National Bank (Banca Nationala a Romaniei)                                           

-   The Dacia Palace                                                                                                                            

– The buildings which once hosted the famous jewish  banks (BERCOVITZ  bank and MARMOROSCH  BLANK  bank)                                                                               

-  "Carousel (of Light") Building  -  built at the beginning of the 20th century by the Chrissoveloni bankers family .                                                                                          

– The Old Royal Court (former residence of Vlad The Impaler and other rulers of Wallachia)                                                                                                                                        

– Saint Antonie Church (the oldest church in Bucharest preserved in the original shape)                                                                                                                                                          

– The building of Manuc Inn (Hanul lui Manuc).

 

UPON  REQUEST  the tour can be extended in order to include : 

 

 -  interior visit of the ROMANIAN  ATHENEUM  (subject to availability / only on the spot can be found if the musicians do not rehearse so the tourists can enter the concert hall  in order to see  the  75-sqm long and 3-m wide fresco painted  by Costin Petrescu that decorates the inside of the circular wall of the concert hall)                             

                                                  Duration : aprox 30 minutes

 

 -  interior visit of the THE NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM of ROMANIA    including  the permanent exhibitions  (  Historical Treasure , Lapidarium and The Copy of Trajan’s Column )  as well as the temporary exhibitions displayed in the central hall.      

                                                 Duration :  aprox  45 minutes