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Bars in secret gardens, colourful street art and flea markets inside grand buildings – Bucharest is probably one of Europe's coolest cities. It's also often underrated, but with a little local know-how from your hostel hosts, you'll find its hidden charms. Whether you're catching a live performance in a bookstore, relaxing with a drink in a hammock behind an abandoned mansion or following in the footsteps of Vlad the Impaler, there's always something new to discover in the Romanian capital.
Hostels in Bucharest tend to have a friendly and relaxed vibe. You could stay in one of the grand buildings which gave Bucharest its old nickname – Paris of the East – or in one of the distinctive communist-era multi-storeys. Many Bucharest hostels have courtyard gardens where you can get chatting, and lots of social events to take part in such as walking tours and family-style dinners.
Lipscani – the old centre – is the epicentre of Bucharest's thrumming nightlife. The alleys are lined with bars and restaurants, with tables and revellers spilling out onto the cobbled streets late into the evening. For a more low-key experience, base yourself in Floreasca. This neighbourhood is known for its restaurants and a cluster of clubs on the shore of Lake Floreasca. Another area to explore is Dorobanți, one of the city's most exclusive neighbourhoods, with lots of high street shops, great brunch spots and quirky attractions like the Museum of Maps.
By day the party atmosphere of the old town becomes more mellow, as people sit outside and small shops open their doors. One of the best in the area is Cărturești Carusel – known as one of the world's most beautiful book shops for its intricate interior. This area is also where Vlad Țepeș (aka Dracula) had his old court – take time to snap a selfie. For a bit of pampering, Therme Bucuresti, Europe's biggest wellness centre, is on the outskirts. You'll find swimming pools, waterslides, outdoor bars and spa treatments.
The nearest airport is Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport, which has two express buses connecting it to the city. The 783 runs between the airport and the city centre, while the 780 goes to the Gara de Nord – the main train station. If you're arriving by train, this is where you'll come into. It's just one stop away from Piața Victoriei (Victory Square) in the city centre on the metro.