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Note: The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of RetoxMagazine. Here are 5 superb ideas for things to do in the Romanian capital on your holiday weekend. In this post I talk about what I liked and what I did not and share my experiences.
I hope this guide to Bucharest will be helpful. The street party scene in the old town is unique. Several streets in the pedestrian part of the old town get crowded with people, and bars and clubs there are frantically competing for customer attention. You will find multiple clubs right next to each other blasting out loud music, hostesses working to attract people in, and dancers dancing on the windows.
The atmosphere is unque, and if you hit the spots that are right for you, the party scene can certainly be fun! We have a number of famous red light districts in the world. The Bucharest red light district is a known yet an informal attraction in Romania that seems to be gaining traction with tourists. The red light area gets activated by night in the city centre in the old town. In the night it becomes a very lively area, full of bars, restaurants and clubs.
This is where you get adult entertainment that includes women dancing in bar windows, offers of massages, strippers, and a whole range of other entertainment options, some legal and some seemingly not. The dancer is presented in a way that's somewhat reminiscent of the Red Light District windows in Amsterdam. Although at some places the street vibe might feel a bit seedy, especially when you see red signs for massages, pole dances and lap dances, the street party does attract both, male and female customers.
Some streets are less seedy than other and there are regular pubs, bars and restaurants that outnumber the seedier establishments. A busy old town street in Bucharest with punters enjoying the nightlife scene.