Bucharest is a bustling city which had earned the nickname “Little Paris” back in the late 19th century due to its’ wide, tree-lined boulevards and beautiful buildings. The buildings remain, having survived the years under Communist rule and the city is becoming a major tourist destination.
As mentioned earlier, most churches in the city are Eastern Orthodox, although there are some Catholic churches as well.
We mention a few of them here, but there are more.
Catholic churches in Bucharest:
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Church of the Sacred Heart: Masses in English, French, Romanian & Arabic
Holy Saviour Italian Church: Masses in Italian, Romanian, Polish
Traveling to Bucharest:
Bucharest has an international airport and has major train connections for Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, Moldova and Ukraine. Get train & bus schedules, see fares & buy tickets here
Find hotels and restaurants in Bucharest, compare prices, and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor
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