Bucharest, Romania city is one of the places in the world that deserves high acclamation as a fine tourist destination. A city with no limitation in terms of styles or period, Bucharest owns an asset of diverse population and that too with no delimitation between people. Vastly different conditions impart distinction to this one of the oldest establishments in the world.
A French architecture may consider this city to be France or Belgium because of its look and feel, however; it is the downtown Bucharest, Romania in reality especially near the Amzei Church & Market. Bucharest emerged as a city from a giant village with muddy streets during the period from 1870 to 1920. Its beautiful metamorphosis evolved it as wonderful tourist destination with plethora of attractions. Its reputation of being “The Little Paris” is completely justified and you will realize the fact as soon as you land in this city.
Bucharest has acquired the French touch because its entire neighborhoods were designed by French architects or Romanian architect tributary to the French school resulting in such a look and feel. Many people mistake Romanians for Russians. However, geographically, Romania is a Latin country where minority of Hungarian and Gipsy in proportion of 2 to 1 million resides. Nevertheless, it's the only Latin country in which the Roman Catholic Church does not hold the overwhelming majority; only 5% of the population is Catholics. Altogether, it has all the elements which make this city complete tourist destination in every aspect. Do come here enjoy its sheer beauty.