On the way to the Ceausescu's Palace, you will go through the old quarters of Bucharest.
Sooner or later you will reach the Bulevardul Unirii, the boulevard like Parisian model. The difference to Paris: fewer people, fewer shops, but more fountains.
If you would like to view the palace, you should do this before 15 o'clock and walk to the Street Of The 13. September (left hand side in front of the palace).
Here after approximately 200 m, is the one and only entrance for the visitors
If you cross the park at the north-side, you reach a metro-station directly.
The palace is within and without full simply beauty.
Exclusively materials of Romanian origin were used for this palace - for example the marble comes from Transylvania.
The building is after the Pentagon (USA) the second biggest of the world, it decrees over approximately 900 rooms.
Since Nicolae Ceausescu reacted to air-conditionings allergic, the palace is to the entirety natural aerated!
For the officials of the party, punks and even promenades were intended in the cellar of the palace.
The construction was planned of approximately 700 architects
There was worked day and night in 3 layers.
Altogether, 20.000 people were employed.
After the revolution of 1989, as well the appartments in the obvious blocks of flats, which were intended for party officials originally, as the apartments in the palace, were rented to apartment-seekers of the people.
Today meets in the Parliament Palace (Palatul Parlamentului) - formerly the 'People's Palace' (Casa Poporului) - the parliament.
Further come in the palace more and more positions of the government.
Again and again take conventions, concerts and balls
place in the palace.