Arcul de Triumf - Replica of Paris' Arc de Triumf, honoring Romania's World War I dead.
Atheneul Roman - Concert hall of the George Enescu Philharmonic.
Cercul Militar - Military officers' club, with art gallery and outdoor cafe.
Curtea Veche - Ruins of Prince Vlad the Impaler's palace (1456-1462), next to the 1546 Princely Church, the oldest church in Bucharest,.
Hanul lui Manuc - An 1808 caravansary for traveling merchants built by Armenian trader Manuc-Bey; now a courtyard cafe, restaurant and hotel.
Kretulescu Church - Tiny Brincovean style Orthodox church built in 1725.
Lens-Vernescu House 1820 mansion housing the Casa Vernescu restaurant and Palace Casino.
National Theatre - City's main theatrical hall, and home to the Opereta Theatre, Artexpo and Dominus art galeries, and Lapteria Enache jazz cafe.
Opera Romana - City's classical opera house.
Palace of Justice - Built 1890-1895 on the bank of the Dambovita river.
Parliament Palace - Nicolae Ceausescu's "House of
the People" intended as headquarters for communist government; the second largest building in the world,
after the U.S. Pentagon.
Patriarchal Cathedral and Palace - Built in 1655-1968, remains of Bucharest's patron saint St. Dumitru are kept here. Next door is the Chamber of Deputies, a house of Parliament.
Piata Revolutiei - Setting of the 1989 uprising; the University Library; the former Royal Palace, now National Art Museum; Athenee Palace hotel, Atheneul Roman and Kretulescu church.
Piata Unirii - A flat, open park with magnificent fountains at south end.
Piata Universitatii - Intersection of University of Bucharest, the National Theatre and the Intercontinental Hotel.
RomExpo - Bucharest's domed exhibition hall, next to the World Trade Center and Sofitel Hotel.
Royal Palace - Erected in 1927-1937, home to King Carol II and son King Mihai I until 1947, when the monarchy was abolished; now the National Art Museum.
Stavropoleos Church - Built in 1724-1930 in the Brancovenesc style
Village Museum(Muzeul Satului) - Outdoor exhibition of rural buildings brought from all regions of the country in a village setting.