An interesting combination of old and the new, Bucharest offers some excellent attractions, and has, in recent years, cultivated a sophisticated, trendy, and modern sensibility which characterizes any European city. The capital city of Romania, Bucharest houses architectural marvels which belong to different periods in history: an ancient church, steel and glass office buildings, communist era apartments. The city’s Parliament Palace, Old centre, Revolution Square, The arch of Triumph unravel the city’s political and historical past. Called as “Paris of the East” by the Pre-Communist era, Bucharest today is the “brave new world” which is trying to incorporate ultimate modernity within its folds.For those who want to understand the nuances of architecture, can do so with the historic Kretzulescu church, an outstanding example of the Romanian Brancovenesc style, a mixture of Renaissance, Byzantine and Ottoman.For the lovers of entertainment, the city offers a glittering nightlife adorned with Romanian musicians. It is universally acknowledged that you can never understand a city without trying its cuisine. True to its heritage, Romanian food has hints of the Ottoman Empire mixed with Bulgarian, German, Hungarian, and Serbian influence. In other words, there are plenty of sour soups, goulash, sausage, and sauerkraut among other traditional cuisine. Visiting this city would mean revisiting arts, culture, history, and amazing cuisine nestled within a beautiful European landscape.With an array of accommodation facilities, there are a number of hotels in the city which offer great luxury and comfort. Radisson Blu, Grand Hotel Continental, JW Marriott, Hotel Casa Capasa, Athenee Palace Hilton, Epoque are some of the renowned hotels in Bucharest.