Curtea Veche

Bucharest, Romania
4.6 / 9
The former residence of the princes of Wallachia, which at the same time served as a defensive fortress. The complex was built in the XIV century, but soon fell into decay and collapsed. The fortress entered its heyday under Vlad Tepes. The ruler expanded the territory and almost rebuilt the fortifications. At the end of the XVIII century, the rulers moved to another place, and the surrounding lands were sold to private individuals. Nowadays, the ruins of the fortress are recognized as a national monument.
Curtea Veche
Address:Strada Franceză 25, București
Phone:+40 21 314 0375
Hours:monday: 10:00–18:00 tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00


Good food with big portions, it can be crowded in weekends.


Historic place, amazing architecture, great beer and live music. But it is a tourist place and they make it very clear they just want you to hand over your money and leave quickly. Food was hit and miss. Our waiter was nice, other staff really rude. .. Read more »


Nice the oldest church, but Curtea Veche is still under construction


Ancient touristic place with live music and good beer. But,, it is a touristic place and they are expecting to leave the money and go


When one strolls through the old centre of Bucharest, it is impossible not to notice and stop for a while in front of the archaeological site of the Old Court of Bucharest. This was the first Princely Court in Bucharest, used by numerous rulers and p.. Read more »


It was temporarily closed for some archeological dig. A very spiritual and interesting place with a lovely church next door.


The church is awesome. Very ugly the buildings around it and the loud music from the locals.


Good place to chill , although still under renovation


Very nice. Historical and religional.


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