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until March 15th 2018
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until March 30th 2018
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until May 15th 2018
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March 1st – May 10th, 2018
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May 11th – June 10th, 2018

Touristic objectives

The Palace of the Parliament

Situated in the historic center of Bucharest, it stretches on 365,000 square meters and is ranked second area-wise and third volume-wise in the Administration Buildings category in the Guinness Book of Records

Curtea Veche Museum – The Voievodal Palace

The Voievodal Palace or the Royal Court is the oldest feudal monument in Bucharest, which used to be the residence of Walachian rules for more than two centuries, in parallel, until 1660, with the old capital city, Targoviste, subsequent to which it remained the sole capital city of Walachia, and after 1862 of the United Romanian Principalities, respectively Romania.

The Romanian Athenaeum

A symbol-building of the national culture, the Romanian Athenaeum, erected in the heart of Bucharest 120 years ago (1886-1888) has become the architecture and spiritual representative, not only of a city, of a Capital city, but of an entire nation.

Cismigiu Park

Cismigiu Park is the oldest public garden in Bucharest, being English-style arranged, with varied vegetation and polychrome flower lawns, and offering a refreshing ambience.

Old Historical Center of Bucharest

Perhaps the city's unique charm can be best observed in the area known as Lipscani, which consists of a jumble of streets between Calea Victoriei, Blvd. Bratianu, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta and the Dambovita River. A once-glamorous residential area, the old city centre is now slowly being refashioned into an upscale neighborhood.

The 6th International Conference on Marketing and Business Development is hosted by the Marketing School
from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, on June 14th - 16th 2018