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We asked about the visiting hours abd the lady told us that it is open from 9. We asked then, the closing time and she told as that she does not know. Thinking that we do not understand she cursed as we were leaving.
I travel a lot and I have see many beautiful buildings. This is one of the most beautiful one I ever see. And it is very unique as the ground floor is a hall and the theater without single supporting column is on top of...More
The Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall and a landmark of the Romanian capital city opened in 1888. In front of the building is a small park and a statue of Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu.The auditorium seats about 600 persons. Recognized as a symbol of...More
Everyone who travels to Bucharest must see the Romanian Athenaeum, and if possible, enjoy the impeccable acoustic in the concert hall while watching the George Enescu Symphony Orchestra performs. If unable to get a concert ticket, you can pay 10 leu to visit the concert...More
The building was built at the end of the 19th century, with the a public subscription money, down town, close to the Royal Palace (today : National Art Museum). Is one of the emblematic construction of Bucharest, and also a music hall with an excellent...More
Response from gil_inacio | Reviewed this property |
You need to check their website for the calendar show. Some shows you cannot buy online and you have to go there in person.
Call them to know when the tickets for the show you are interested are available.