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Reviewed 6 days ago

Beautiful square with old and nice fountains, but ... Mayor Gabriel Firea started to ruin this beautiful square. Corruption...

Thank Dan Florin C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Another Unirrii square like in Timisoara and other cities . Nice fountains and and scenery for photos.

Thank eftapsich0s
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the principle squares in Bucharest, currently undergoing an upgrade, so the fountain is not on view. Basically it's a huge square roundabout (if you get my meaning), with cars rushing around it. It has a metro stop, you can catch the Bus to...More

Thank TheAdmiralLondon
Reviewed 15 July 2018

This is one of the largest squares of Bucharest and point where several city sectors come to one point. It is located near the Parliament building and the huge Unirii boulevard. Reminder of communist times and Communist type of building, meeting point for all the...More

Thank lelujam
Reviewed 9 July 2018

At the beginning of the period when it was built is was one of the attraction places in Bucharest. Now is again in reconstruction and passing by is great loos of time. Bypass the place

Thank Xa Y
Reviewed 27 June 2018

This place used to be a jewel. Was built by the former dictator Ceausescu as part of his urbanist vison for Bucharest in the late 80s. Nearly 30 decades later it has been left to fall into ruin by indifference of corrupt politicians, culminating with...More

Thank DanProfir
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Probably one of the busiest places in Bucharest with cars and people walking around all the time. There are plenty of restaurants and shops around the area. Be careful when crossing the street. There are lots of cars. Old town is close by and so...More

Thank pinchetravels
Reviewed 4 June 2018

The sound of the words "Piata Unirii" is symphony in itself. Then add to that the water fountains, the People's palate built by the one they called enemy of the people, and have killed, Nicolae Ceausescu, the supper stores, Hanul lui Manuc, Dambovita, etc. and...More

Thank Dudy D
Reviewed 18 May 2018

There is a metro stop here and streetcar. It is not far from the Parliment Building. Vendors, coffee shops, fast food and regular restaurants keep tourist returning to this area.

Thank forshara
Reviewed 2 May 2018

if you are using the metro you will see a lot of it cause it is next to the old town. a lot of little places to get breacfast pastries and coffe for very cheap and tasty too

Thank Maria_MarieCY
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