You can find on this page the Bucharest map to print and to download in PDF. The Bucharest offline map presents the city center and the location in world map of Bucharest in Romania.
Bucharest city proper is administratively known as the Municipality of Bucharest (Municipiul București), and has the same administrative level as a county, being further subdivided into six sectors (see Bucharest city map).

Bucharest map

Map of Bucharest city

The Bucharest map shows the detailed map and a large map of Bucharest. This map of Bucharest will allow you to orient yourself in Bucharest in Romania. The Bucharest map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

According to provisional data from 2011 census, 1,677,985 inhabitants live within the city limits, a decrease from the figure recorded at the 2002 census. The urban area extends beyond the limits of Bucharest proper and has a population of 1.93 million people. Adding the satellite towns around the urban area, the proposed metropolitan area of Bucharest would have a population of 2.2 million people. According to Eurostat, Bucharest has a Larger Urban Zone of 2,151,880 residents as its shown in Bucharest map. According to unofficial data, the population is more than 3 million. Bucharest is the 10th largest city in the European Union by population within city limits.

Bucharest is situated on the banks of the Dâmbovița River, which flows into the Argeș River, a tributary of the Danube as you can see in Bucharest map. Several lakes – the most important of which are Lake Herăstrău, Lake Floreasca, Lake Tei, and Lake Colentina – stretch across the northern parts of the city, along the Colentina River, a tributary of the Dâmbovița. In addition, in the centre of the capital there is a small artificial lake – Lake Cișmigiu – surrounded by the Cișmigiu Gardens. The Cișmigiu Gardens have a rich history, being frequented by famous poets and writers. Opened in 1847 and based on the plans of German architect Carl F.W. Meyer, the gardens are currently the main recreational facility in the city centre. Besides Cișmigiu, Bucharest contains several other large parks and gardens, including Herăstrău Park and the Botanical Garden. Herăstrău is located in the north of the city, around Lake Herăstrău, and is the site of the Village Museum, while the Botanical Garden is the largest of its kind in Romania and contains over 10,000 species of plants, many of them exotic; it was once a pleasure park for the royal family.

Bucharest judicial system is similar to that of the Romanian counties. Each of the six sectors has its own local first instance court (judecătorie), while appeals from these courts verdicts, and more serious cases, are directed to the Bucharest Tribunal, the city municipal court as its mentioned in Bucharest map. The Bucharest Court of Appeal judges appeals against decisions taken by tribunals in Bucharest and in five surrounding counties (Teleorman, Ialomiţa, Giurgiu, Călăraşi and Ilfov). Bucharest is also home to Romania supreme court, the High Court of Cassation and Justice, as well as to the Constitutional Court of Romania. Bucharest has its own municipal police force, the Bucharest Police (Poliția București), which is responsible for policing of crime within the whole city, and operates a number of special divisions. The Bucharest Police are headquartered on Ştefan cel Mare Blvd. in the city centre, and has a number of precincts throughout the city.

Bucharest downtown map

Map of downtown Bucharest

The map of downtown Bucharest shows the historical center of Bucharest. This downtown map of Bucharest will allow you to easily plan your visit in the center of Bucharest in Romania. The Bucharest downtown map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The city centre or Bucharest downtown is a mixture of medieval, neoclassical and art nouveau buildings, as well as 'neo-Romanian' buildings dating from the beginning of the 20th century and a remarkable collection of modern buildings from the 1920s and 1930s. The city centre has also retained architecture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, particularly the interwar period, which is often seen as the "golden age" of Bucharest architecture as its shown in Bucharest downtown map. During this time, the city grew significantly in size and wealth therefore seeking to emulate other large European capitals such as Paris. Much of the architecture of the time belongs to a remarkably strong Modern (rationalist) Architecture current, led by Horia Creanga and Marcel Iancu, which managed to literally change the face of the city.

Explore the historic area of Bucharest Old Town—cafés, a cathedral, and sights from National Museum of Romanian History to Bucharest Museum as you can see in Bucharest downtown map. The Bucharest Police are headquartered on Ştefan cel Mare Blvd. in the city centre, and has a number of precincts throughout the city. The MNAC also manages the Kalinderu MediaLab, which caters specifically to multimedia and experimental art. There is also a range of smaller, private art galleries throughout Bucharest downtown. In the 2000s (decade), a wide variety of historic buildings in the city centre underwent restoration. In some residential areas of the city, particularly in high-income central and northern districts, there are many turn of the 19th to 20th century villas, most of which were restored beginning with the late 1990s.

Many of the city most famous cultural landmarks and parks are located downtown. The Old Town as its mentioned in Bucharest downtown map is probably the best place to visit during a short trip to Bucharest. The city historical center, with its mix of old and new, is one of the busiest areas downtown, attracting large numbers of tourists every day. Its cobbled streets are dotted with old buildings that still keep the elegant elements of their original architectural styles, but also top cultural landmarks such as the Old Princely Court or the unique Stavropoleos Church. Plus, the Old Town offer includes a wide variety of restaurants and pubs, souvenir and art shops, or even one of the capital prettiest bookshops.

Bucharest Romania map

Map of Bucharest Romania

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Bucharest (Romanian: București pronounced [bukuˈreʃtʲ]) is the capital municipality, cultural, industrial, and financial centre of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania, located in the southeast of the country, at 44°25′57″N 26°06′14″E / 44.4325°N 26.10389°ECoordinates: 44°25′57″N 26°06′14″E / 44.4325°N 26.10389°E, and lies on the banks of the Dâmbovița River as you can see in Bucharest Romania map. Bucharest was first mentioned in documents as early as 1459. Since then it has gone through a variety of changes, becoming the state capital of Romania in 1862 and steadily consolidating its position as the centre of the Romanian mass media, culture and arts. Bucharest is home to Romania supreme court, the High Court of Cassation and Justice, as well as to the Constitutional Court of Romania.

Economically, Bucharest is the most prosperous city in Romania and is one of the main industrial centres and transportation hubs of Eastern Europe. The city has a broad range of convention facilities, educational facilities, cultural venues, shopping arcades, and recreational areas. Bucharest contains several large parks and gardens, including Herăstrău Park and the Botanical Garden as its shown in Bucharest Romania map. Herăstrău is located in the north of the city, around Lake Herăstrău, and is the site of the Village Museum, while the Botanical Garden is the largest of its kind in Romania and contains over 10,000 species of plants, many of them exotic; it was once a pleasure park for the royal family.

Bucharest economy is mainly centred on industry and services, with services particularly growing in importance in the last ten years. The headquarters of 186,000 firms, including nearly all large Romanian companies are located in Bucharest. An important source of growth since 2000 has been the city rapidly expanding property and construction sector. Bucharest is also Romania largest centre for information technology and communications and is home to several software companies operating offshore delivery centres. Romania largest stock exchange, the Bucharest Stock Exchange, which was merged in December 2005 with the Bucharest-based electronic stock exchange Rasdaq, plays a major role in the city economy as its mentioned in Bucharest Romania map.

Bucharest on world map

Map of Bucharest in world

Bucharest on world map shows the location of the city of Bucharest in the world. Bucharest on world map will allow you to easily know where is Bucharest in the world. The Bucharest in world map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Performing arts are one of the strongest cultural elements of Bucharest, and the city has a number of world-renowned facilities and institutions. The most famous symphony orchestra is National Radio Orchestra of Romania. One of the most prominent buildings is the neoclassical Romanian Athenaeum, which was founded in 1852, and hosts classical music concerts, the George Enescu Festival, and is home to the "George Enescu" Philharmonic. Bucharest is also home to the Romanian National Opera, as well as the I.L. Caragiale National Theatre as you can see in Bucharest on world map. Another well-known theatre in Bucharest is the State Jewish Theatre, which has gained increasing prominence in recent years due partly to the fact that it features plays starring world-renowned Romanian-Jewish actress Maia Morgenstern. There is also a large number of smaller theatres throughout the city that cater to specific genres, such as the Comedy Theatre, the Nottara Theatre, the Bulandra Theatre, the Odeon Theatre, and the Constantin Tănase Revue Theatre.

As stated by the Mercer international surveys for quality of life in cities around the world, Bucharest occupied the 94th place in 2001 and slipped lower, to the 108th place in 2009 and the 107th place in 2010. Compared to it, Vienna occupied No. 1 worldwide in 2011 and 2009. Budapest ranked 73rd (2010) and Sofia 114th (2010). Mercer Human Resource Consulting issues yearly a global ranking of the world most livable cities based on 39 key quality-of-life issues. Among them: political stability, currency-exchange regulations, political and media censorship, school quality, housing, the environment, public safety. Mercer collects data worldwide, in 215 cities as its shown in Bucharest on world map. The difficult situation of the quality of life in Bucharest is confirmed also by a vast urbanism study, done by the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism.

Bucharest has a large number of landmark buildings and monuments as its mentioned in Bucharest on world map. Perhaps the most prominent of these is the Palace of the Parliament, built in the 1980s during the reign of Communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu. Currently the largest building in Europe and the second-largest in the world, the Palace houses the Romanian Parliament (the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate), as well as the National Museum of Contemporary Art. The building also boasts one of the largest convention centres in the world. A major part of Bucharest architecture is made up of buildings constructed during the Communist era replacing the historical architecture with high density apartment blocks – significant portions of the historic center of Bucharest were demolished in order to construct one of the largest buildings in the world, the Palace of the Parliament (then officially called the House of the Republic).