10 Things to Do in Bucharest in November For A Remarkable Trip

Activities to Do in Bucharest in November

1. Admire the architecture in Bucharest's old town
2. Visit the Palace of Parliament
3. Admire the Art Collection Museum
4. Explore Dimitrie Gusti National Village
5. Go to Arcul de Triumf
6. Explore Therme Bucuresti
7. Stop by King Mihai Park
Visit the Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History
Witness Romanian Athenaeum
10. Have fun at Carol I Park

The best things to do in Bucharest in November are all about exploring its Old Historic Town, artistic museums, historical monuments, and lush green park. Once you start moving through the seats of Old Town, you can notice the Neo-Baroque and Neoclassical Styles telling the stories of Bucharest’s past. The best activity in Bucharest is to witness its beauty that lies mostly in its countryside, tree boulevards, and scenic yet historic parks like King Mihai and Carol I Park.

These parks are huge enough to explore with sightseeing experience tours in the King Mihai Park for the beautiful Herastrau Lake and Carol I Park’s enchanting fountains and museums. Considering the open-air delight of Bucharest, the Dimitrie Gusti'' National Village is a go-to place to experience a touch of traditional lifestyle. Visiting the museums of Bucharest like the Art collection museum, Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History, and Technical Museum are the most informative things to do in Bucharest in November.

The Art Collection Museum showcases the artworks of Romanian artists like Theodor Pallady and Vincent Van Gogh. The Technical Museum is the World’s first of its kind to let you understand mechanics and electronics, while the Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History teaches you about Biology and fossils. Apart from the museums, the Romanian Athenaeum is another beautiful architectural concert hall to enjoy an orchestra or classical festival on your Bucharest tour.

Here are some of the best things to do in Bucharest in november:

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Explore Dimitrie Gusti National Village

  • Visiting the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum is among the most intriguing things to do in Budapest in November as it showcases the traditional lifestyle of Romania.
  • You can explore the 100,000 m sq area of the museum that extends entirely into the open air encompassing 272 peasant houses and farms in Bucharest.
  • As the name suggests, the museum was a vision of Dimitrie Gusti, a renowned Romanian Sociologist to display the age-old architecture and artifacts belonging to the 17th and 19th centuries. 
  • The Mastacan House of the 19th century is set in a similar fashion with carpets, dishes, and towels. Besides the house, you can find a few small and cute single-celled houses lying beside the Mastacan House.
  • You can pay homage to the three wooden churches of Dimitrie Gusti Village.

Location: Soseaua Pavel D. Kiseleff 28-30, Bucuresti 011347, Romania

Everyday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fee:
200 lei

Admire The Architecture In Bucharest's Old Town

  • Located in the heart of Bucharest, the enchanting old town of Romania is mostly known for its historical center and nightlife.
  • The area is divided into two equal parts with 48 streets and a historic center with 5 squares and 3 passages. 
  • You can witness the wonderful sight of the buildings made in Neo-Baroque and Neoclassical architectural styles. 
  • There are several cafes, restaurants, clubs, and rooftop bars for you to relax and enjoy.
  • Visiting Old Town’s popular places like Hanul cu Tei, Hanul Lui Manuc, Stavropoleos Church, Carturesti Carusel, etc, are some topmost things to do in Bucharest in November.

Visit The Palace Of Parliament

  • Exploring the “Palace of Parliament” is among the Best things to do in Bucharest In November and also got featured in the movie “The Nun” 
  • The Palace of Parliament is the World’s heaviest structure built in various architectural exquisite styles.
  • You can take a guided tour and explore the French-style Nicolae Titulescu Hall, Human Rights Hall, Ionescu Hall, Union Hall, and Alexandru Ioan Cuza Hall.  
  • The 330,000 sq m area of the building encompasses 1000 rooms, 440 offices, 30 ballrooms, 4 restaurants, and 3 libraries. 
  • The old communist-style area features huge marble columns, crystal chandeliers, and impressive interior design.

Location: Strada Izvor 2-4, Bucure?ti, Romania

Timings:  09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fee: 40 lei

Admire The Art Collection Museum

  • The Museum of Art Collections allows you to witness and learn about art through the best works of 19-20th century Romanian Artists and artifacts from Asia, the Middle East, and Western Europe. 
  • You can witness the artwork of famous artists featured like Nicolae Grigorescu, Nicolae Tonitza, Camil Ressu, Dimitrie Ghiata, Theodor Aman, etc. 
  • The graphic work of Theodor Pallady and the drawings by Vincent Van Gogh are the main highlights of the museum to check out. 
  • You can learn about stone collections in the museum that showcase old Romanian art carvings indulging in 30 permanent exhibits of paintings, graphics, sculptures, and decorative art.

Location: Calea Victoriei 111, Bucuresti, Romania

Wednesday to Sunday 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM.

Entry Fee:
24 lei

Relax At Therme Bucuresti

  • Visit Therme Bucuresti, a wellness center in Bucharest, to relax and pamper yourself. 
  • You can enjoy calming spa sessions in the Center’s three locations like Elysium, Galaxy, and the Palm. 
  • Besides the spa, you can indulge in water activities like plunging through its 16 water slides. 
  • There are 10 thermally heated pools  and 11 saunas in Therme Bucuresti for you to unwind yourself.

Location: Calea Bucuresti 1K, 077015, Romania

Monday to Friday 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM, and Saturday to Sunday 09:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

Entry Fee:
49 lei

Go To Arcul De Triumf

  • Out of all the things to do in Bucharest in November, witnessing the Arcul de Triumf is a way to understand Romania’s independence from Turkish Ottomans in the Old Town of Bucharest.
  • The 27 meters Triumph witnesses Military Day Parades as a celebration of Independence Day. 
  • The Arch is built in the Neoclassical design with decorations by popular Romanian sculptors. 
  • Triumphal arch is a part of all sightseeing experiences, and guided tours owing to its significance. 
  • If you are lucky, you can find the internal staircase to reach its top for the city's panoramic views.

Location: Piata Arcul de Triumf, Bucuresti 011453, Romania

24 hrs

Entry Fee:

Visit The Grigore Antipa Museum Of Natural History

  • Visiting the Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History is among the Best things to do in Bucharest In November as it displays 2 million specimens.
  • You can explore this 188-year-old biodiversity research museum to witness the impressive exhibits containing fossils of birds, fish, mammals, mollusks, and insects.
  • The exhibits are arranged in a pattern to teach you about the evolution of life through stalactites, stalagmites, and various other minerals collected from Greece.
  • You can take a tour of the museum to witness the skeleton of the Giant Elephant Deinotherium Gigantissimum.

Location: Soseaua Pavel D. Kiseleff 1, Bucuresti 011341, Romania

Tuesday to Friday 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM and Saturday to Sunday 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM.

Entry Fee:
20 lei

Witness Romanian Athenaeum

  • The Romanian Athenaeum is a famous Concert Hall yet a delightful site to witness as it is built in Neoclassical Style with a touch of Roman architecture. 
  • You can visit this circular building to witness its glorious architecture as it is among the most prestigious concert halls that have hosted several arts and cultural festivals in Bucharest. 
  • Attending Classical Romanian music shows like the George Enescu Festival in Romanian Athenaeum is among the most delightful things to do in Bucharest in November. 
  • Besides the traditional Romanian patriotic festivals, you can be a part of classical music concerts and orchestras carried on throughout the year. 
  • You can learn about the 118-year-old Romanian history through fresco decorations on the circular wall inside the concert hall.

Timings: Concert hours 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM

1, Strada Benjamin Franklin 1-3, Bucuresti 030167, Romania

Entry Fee:

Have Fun At Carol I Park

  • Carol I Park, named after King Carol I of Romania, is a public garden lying towards southern-central Bucharest.
  • The French Garden partly lies on Filaret Hill and currently serves as a historical monument of Romania. 
  • Walking through the park’s beautiful vegetation and over Gogu Constantinescu Bridge tops the list of the most enchanting things to do in Bucharest in November. 
  • The park is home to several Romanian Giant Statues and historical fountains like Cantacuzino and Fantana Minelor si Carierelor.
  • Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum, Mausoleum, the Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy, and open-air Roman Arena nestles inside the park.

Location: Bulevardul Marasesti, Bucuresti, Romania

Timings: 24 hrs

Entry Fee: Free

Stop By King Mihai Park

  • King Michael I Park, also known as Herastrau Park, is among the largest parks to explore on Bucharest’s Northern side.
  • You can tour the enchanting park spreading across 187 hectares besides the beautiful Lake Herastrau.
  • The park holds archaeological significance as Big mammals like mammoth and wooly rhinoceros bones have been excavated.
  • The bronze statue of Piara Charles de Gaulle marks its presence at one of the two entrances.
  • You can witness the statues of notable people like Nicolae Balcescu, William Shakespeare, Rabindranath Tagore, Nicolae Grigorescu, Mihai Eminescu, etc.  
  • The park encompasses an adventure park and an open-air summer Theater Teatrul de Vara. 
  • Starting from Hard Rock Cafe, you can take a boat trip on Lake Herastrau or rent a bike inside the park.

Timings: 24 hrs

Entry Fee: 15 lei

People Also Ask About Bucharest

  1. What are the best things to do in Bucharest in November?

    1. Exploring the historic old town for Neo-Baroque and Neo-Classical architectural styles is among the Best things to do in Bucharest In November. 

    2. Take the guided trip to the World's heaviest building, the palace of Parliament”.

    3. Touring Dimitrie Gusti National Village to witness open-air historical traditional Romanian lifestyle. 

    4. Witnessing the fossils at the Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History is one of the topmost
  2. Why should one visit Bucharest in November?

    One should visit Bucharest in November as it is considered the most Romantic time of the year, owing to the falls. The pleasant temperature of 25 degrees celsius and favorable weather make November the best time to visit as it is almost the end of Fall and beginning of winter. Moreover, it is the low season that offers cheaper accommodation and travel.
  3. What is special about Bucharest?

    Bucharest, dubbed as “Little Paris”, is special because of its Belle Époque buildings, tree-lined boulevards, and Romanian Monuments. It is the capital and metropolis of Romania, mostly known for its high-end and modern lifestyle. The city pays homage to its rich history and strong leaders through most of its monuments.
  4. How to reach Bucharest?

    1. By Air: Board a flight to Henri Coanda International Airport as it is connected to major cities across Europe or the Middle East.
    2. By Train: Board an international train from Hungary, Bulgaria, Greece, and Austria to Gara de Nord railway station.  

    3. By Bus:
    Board directs international buses from Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, and Moldova to reach Bucharest.
  5. How many days are enough to explore Bucharest?

    Spending Five to seven days in Bucharest lets you explore the city to the fullest. In these days, you can explore its attractions like Bucharest's old town, the Palace of Parliament, the art collection museum, Dimitrie Gusti National Village, Arcul de Triumf, Herastrau Park, Grigore Antipa Museum of Natural History, Romanian Athenaeum, and Carol I Park.
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