Our vacation rentals are the right solution for accommodation when you are coming to "Ed Sheeran" concert at National Arena in Bucharest. Plenty of space to relax after the concert, fully equipped kitchen if you want to cook a light meal or have breakfast. Plus an excellent location in the center - you can easily visit the Old Town and other interesting places which Bucharest has to offer. Take advantage of our special offer and book now!
All concert halls and music venues are easily accesibile (walking or by metro) from the city center & our apartments
Late check-out (until 16:00)
Free Wi-Fi Internet access
Public parking available nearby each apartment
Price includes VAT and any other fees. Payment for accommodation can be done in cash, credit card, PayPal or bank transfer. The special offer is valid only by presenting a valid ticket concert and depending on apartments' availability.More details and reservations can be done by phone at +4 0745 500 676 or via email email@example.com
Mode of Travel:
In this area are located all the apartments.
How to get to
From Henri Coanda International Airport take the bus 783 to University Square then take the metro until Piața Muncii station. Walk to the National Arena.From the train station Gara de Nord take the metro until Piața Muncii station. Walk few minutes toward the National Arena.From our serviced apartments at University Square take the metro until "Piața Muncii" station. Walk 5 minutes toward the National Arena.
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