They have more locations in downtown Bucharest, one on Praporgescu Street, and the other on Arcului Street nice terrace therewith nice design and positive vibe where you can grab something to eat, drink or play even some board games. Control Club They also own a restaurant upstairs called Alt Shift where you can eat and enjoy a peaceful night. So, it could be your dinner destination before the night starts in the town. The case has already become a political issue and will be discussed in parliament. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. Expirata dance club on Brezoianu St.
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So, it could be your dinner destination before the night starts in the town. A1 Bar Dianei 4located in a beautiful, full of history old house a former communist security headquarters is a bar and a terrace near Rosetti Square where you can spend an evening surrounded by friendly people in a cozy atmosphere. Energiea Cotroceni area is a must see part of Bucharest, a greener and quiet part of a not such a green city, if you like beautiful houses and streets, and if you like soup, Ota is the place for you. I have been to Alexander Club on Calea Victoriei The venue is recognized for wild themed parties and dressy crowd. If you are a tea enthusiast you have to try Ceainaria 5a teahouse with a beautiful garden not too far from Unirii Sq. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.
The education system also plays a role in the problem of discrimination against the LGBT community and the other minorities, through its lack of implication and ignorance over the matter, but now the country's anti-discrimination and anti hate crime legislation is progressive. In June the government in Romania passed a new law repealing Sectionreferring to sex related offences, in order to eliminate any discrimination based on sexual orientation from the Romanian Penal Code. The Romanian Orthodox Church and the state are losing some of their control, as young Romanians become more liberal-minded and westernised. If you are curious about how the interior of an interwar Bucharest house looks like feel free to visit. These are some of the places where our gay friends like to spend their time and although the local gay community tends to keep a low profile we are sure that you will find many more. Discretion is advised for gay and lesbian travellers. Control Club is a Pub, Terrace, and Concert Venue where hip people meet and great parties and events are always happening.