Dizak Ketex (DZK)has offices in Budapest, Bucharest, Bratislava, Prague and Vienna. In Bucharest we have a fantastic team in place. Our focus at DZK is corporate communication, team motivation, thank-you trips, products launches and events. We think on our feet , have creative ideas and work hard to make your event or incentive a great success. As your DMC in Bucharest, we would love to show you what our beautiful city has on offer for your clients and organise your event to perfection.
Known in days gone by as Little Paris, Bucharest is now a vibrant, busy capital of Romania.
Bucharest is higgledy piggledy filled with buildings of different eras, so you can find a gorgeous Belle Epogue building, next to a modern office building. Our city has wide boulevards, old churches, and lovely parks.
There are many places of historic interest and great venues for events, like the Athenee Palace Hotel – built in 1914, The Palace of the Savings Banks – with its famous Corinthian columns, and the Old Historical Center with the charming Lipscani District, which is slowly being restored to its former glory – now houses art galleries, coffeehouses, shops and bars.
The Parliament building, with its 350,000 m2 of floor area, is the second-largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon. It is open for tours, and gala dinners are regularly held there.
Bucharest is an unusual destination and lends itself very well for the most wonderful incentives and events and at DZK Travel, DMC Bucharest, we would be delighted to assist with a proposal.
where is bucharest:
Bucharest is fascinating, the very heart of Romanian cultural and economic life. At the crossroads of religions and history, it features exceptional architectural and human wealth. Through its alleyways and broad avenues, the city plunges you into one surprise after another: improbably oversized structures, broad avenues lined with modern buildings, narrow, shady streets lined with manor houses. A destination you have to see to believe.
Bucharest = Little Moscow?
Participants are divided into groups of three and climb aboard magnificent vintage Dacia automobiles. The tour starts with the city’s Communist history, at the building that was the headquarters of the old Communist Party. The painful history of the revolution will be discussed at University Square. Meet witnesses to this history while enjoying a coffee or other refreshment.
Leave by automobile for the People’s Palace, the world’s largest administrative site after the Pentagon. The Dacias will head down Bucharest’s own version of the Champs-Élysées. Tour the People’s Palace with a quiz on the history of Communism in Romania. *Lunch In the city centre, with grilled specialties – weather permitting. *Afternoon: Bucharest, Little Paris of the East? We pass by the Arc of Triumph, an homage to France. Next is the George Enescu Museum; he was a famous Romanian composer of the early 20th century. Private concert. We continue on to the Hilton Hotel, with stops at the Romanian Athenaeum (concert hall) and the Museum of Art.
*Evening – Gala dinner at the Royal Palace A former royal residence, this Gothic building decorated with a sculpted bell looks out over the Old Town, the historic heart of Bucharest. Recital of opera arias on the second floor and cocktail party in the palace.
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