Flash Mob at Bucharest International Henri Coanda Airport by Bucharest Symphony Orchestra

A symphonic venture from Bucharest International Henri Coanda Airport, Bucharest Symphony Orchestra and BestValue, at the celebration of three years of existence for the Bucharest Airports National Company.

Bucharest Symphony Orchestra
Music Director and Principal Conductor BENOÎT FROMANGER

Bucharest is Europe’s Best Kept Secret

Bucharest is Europe’s Best Kept Secret.

A beautiful article on the capital of Romania.

Bucharest is the most lush, sweet and pleasing-to-the-eye city I’ve visited and the best part is that nobody “knows” about it. What I mean is that you don’t hear many people talking about their planned trip to Bucharest or other parts of Romania. The lack of hordes of tourists is what makes this city even more fun to visit. There is no standing in line for two hours to visit the Eiffel Tower, the London Eye or to catch a glimpse of the astronomical clock tower in Prague. Continue reading “Bucharest is Europe’s Best Kept Secret”

St. Patrick’s Day at the Anglican Church in Bucharest

On Thursday, 17 March, at 1pm, the (Anglican) Church of the Resurrection in Bucharest, at  Xenopol, 2, Sector 1 (close to the British Embassy) will organise an ecumenical worship service for St. Patrick’s Day. A new ikon of St. Patrick will be dedicated for the church on that occasion.

Rev. Patrick Irwin

Together with Fr. Irwin, the priest of our church, I would like to invite all my friends in Bucharest, who are interested, to join us in this ecumenical service and in this joyful celebration of the patron Saint and Enlightener of Ireland. If you don’t know it already, green is the colour of the day! Continue reading “St. Patrick’s Day at the Anglican Church in Bucharest”