The Victory Square (Piaţa Victoriei) is located at the intersection of several important thoroughfares of Bucharest, of which the most reputed of all is the historical Victory Avenue (Calea Victoriei). The square is a recommendable tourist sight due to the fact is concentrates a fair amount of attractions.

The Victory Palace, which is now the seat of the Romanian Government, is located here, and yet another side of the square is overtopped by the Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History. The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is also located nearby, on the Kiseleff Street, complementing the range of tourist sights one can explore while strolling around in the Victory Square.

By heading northwards from the Victory Square, following either the Kiseleff Street or the Aviators’ Boulevard, tourists can easily get to the Herăstrău Park. Of course, taking the metro is a much more straightforward solution, but the mere walking can also be taken into account by visitors who want to make an extensive and direct experience of Bucharest to the full extent of its tourist opportunities.

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Victory Square (Piaţa Victoriei)
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Bucharest, Romania

Piaţa Victoriei, Bucharest, Romania

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