BUCHARESTSee things from a different angle
The National Theatre Bucharest
Studio Hall Entrance
Boulevard Nicolae Bălcescu 2, Bucharest 1.
National Theatre adjoins the Hotel Intercontinental, Institute of Architecture Ion Mincu, University of Bucharest, Palace Șutu Hospital corner and the Ministry of Agriculture.
Use the CleverTaxi app with discount code HTW2018 (20 lei for first order payed by credit card) in order to get to the conference.
Numbers: 137. 336. 601. 381. Station Piața Universității
Line 2. Station Piața Universității
Piața Universității Underground parking Intercontinental Parking (www.interparking.ro) 220 parking places are available.
(image courtesy of București Optimist)
Bucharest is the 6th largest city in Europe with a population of nearly 2 million inhabitants. It became the capital or Romania in 1862 and it is a mix of historical (neo-classical), interbellum (Bauhaus and art deco), communist-era and modern.
Bucharest is the center of the Romanian economy and industry, accounting for around 23% (2013) of the country’s GDP and aboute one quarter of its industrial production, while being inhabited by 9% of the country’s population.
Almost one-third of national taxed are paid by Bucharest’s citizens and companies. In 2016, Bucharest had a nominal GDP per-capita €20,500, or 122% that of the European Union average.
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