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Peak tourist season in Bucharest is the summer, when temperatures average 23°C. In July and August it can get as hot as 35, which is a good time to head to Bucharest’s parks for a spot of sunbathing. Winters are windy and temperatures are often below freezing. Exploring Budapest outside the main tourist season, though, when its streets are empty and atmospheric, can be an experience in itself.
Book a family hotel near Herastrau Park. Located around a lake and covering over 180 hectares, it’s one of the most popular attractions in the summer months. Kids will love the four different adventure parks, each of varying difficulty, and you can take a boat trip on the lake to an island with inflatable games and a pirates’ ship. There are plenty of eateries in the park, from the Hard Rock Café on the west side to more upmarket restaurants on the east.You can find a range of luxury or budget hotels in the Old Town. The Stavropoleos Church is worth visiting for its intricate stone and wood carvings, while the vast Palace of Parliament, with 12 storeys and over 1,000 rooms, is a sight to behold. The Old Town is also the place to go for nightlife, with plenty of bustling pubs and clubs attracting locals and tourists alike.Couples will want to stay in a hotel in Tineretului, just south of the centre of Bucharest. Tineretului Park is a great place to hire bikes and cycle round. Within the park you can enjoy concerts, exhibitions and sporting events at the Sala Polivalenta venue. Head to the Cafeneaua Actorilor de Vara for some ‘mici’, a traditional Romanian dish consisting of meat rolls and spices.For affordable options outside the centre try hotels in Dristor. It’s great for restaurants and shopping, and the Old Town is just three metro stops away. You’ve also got Titan Park in this area, providing a place for relaxation away from the urban streets.

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