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Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards , the glorious Belle Epoque buildings and a reputation of high life. Bucharest earned the nickname Little Paris in the 1900s. A number of popular airlines have regular scheduled flights to the Herni Coada International Airport of Bucharest from most of the European capitals and New York. The Romanian railway connects to Bucharest and many European towns.
There are a variety of places for tourists to visit including 37 museums, 22 theatres, concert halls, opera, 18 art galleries and many jazz and night clubs. The Parliament Palace is the world’s second largest building after the U.S. Pentagon. Other important tourist sites are the House of the Free Press, the Arch of Triumph, the Victory Avenue, the Revolution Square, and the Romanian Athenaeum, renowned worldwide for its outstanding acoustics.