Park Inn by Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence

Strada Luterana nr 2-4  Sector 1 010162 Bucharest Romania +40 21 601 3600
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Discover the Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum is a gigantic stone building in the center of the city, which now serves as the city’s main concert hall. Check out the monumental architecture and join a concert or the International Music Festival if you are lucky enough to visit when it is on.

A historical landmark


Dubbed ‘the heart of Romanian culture’ this structure is certainly an important part of the county’s history. It was built in 1886 and is now a spiritual landmark. The staggering size of the building is sure to capture your attention, but wait until you head inside. Decked in ornate fittings and fixtures and decorated in the finest materials, the concert hall will impress you once and then twice again.

These walls have hosted many great artists across all genres. Famous musicians fill its spaces with music and orchestras, while painters and sculptors exhibit their talents here. One of the most important works of art to ever be displayed in the building is the permanent painting, The Fresco by Stefan Popescu. This painting is 75 square meters and stretches across the walls of the concert hall, wrapping Romanian history around you as you marvel at the stage.

Annual International Music Festival


Every second year in September, this Bucharest concert hall is one of the venues for the George Enescu Festival. This festival is a celebration of orchestras and musicians from across the world, held in honor of the famous George Enescu. Listen to big names in the classical music industry with a ticket to one of the many concerts and experience this great attraction at the same time.

If you are planning a night out at the Romanian Athenaeum then stay right around the corner at Park Inn by Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence. The hotel is only 150 meters from this important landmark.