The most representative side of Bucharest, the street that never sleeps, always filled with people, noisy, party people, music, bars, clubs, symbol of the nightlife.
This was a really bad experience for me. If you want to have bad service this is the place for you. It's not all bad, but some of the service sucks. Maybe they bring their personal life in this too much.
Cobble stone, windy streets, 200 year old buildings, in this historical quarter littered with bars and restaurants. If you want to see how the local youngsters have fun - look no further! You will visit once and return every night after that, wanting more!
The Lipscani area is one of the very few parts of Bucharest that retained some of the charm of the old city….With its cobble stone streets, a multitude of small shops, restaurants and cafés, the Manuc’s Inn at one end and the Caru cu Bere at another, a stroll through the area would make for nice trip back in time,... More
Lipscani area is an area full of cafes..bars..etc.Alot of construction was going on..new places being opened or renovated.Saw alot of "Irish Pubs"..etc catering to foreigners I suppose. Charming for a walk around or a drink..or perhaps even a meal out..nice atmosphere but would not say I was overly impressed.
It's a place where you can be until 5 a.m going from bar to bar. There are many bars with all the kinds of music, in which you can enter and you pay only if you consume something. It's a great option to enjoy with friends.
Loved Lipscani- old town of Bucharest. A real pub culture in beautiful old buildings. Mostly pedestrianised - a real chance to see some of the culture of the locals as well. Went on a Sunday afternoon - loads of locals and tourists enjoying the pub scene and long lazy afternoon lunch.
I spent the last 24 hours of my trip in lovely Romania, in Bucharest. I stayed the night at the Hostel Miorita, right on Strada Lipscani. It was great to stroll along Strada Lipscani (and the neighbouring streets) in the early afternoon, in September sunshine, and to sit at a pavement cafe. I was on my own, but felt completely... More
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