Grand Café Van Gogh
16 locals recommend ·
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Grand Café Van Gogh is located on Smardan Street at number 9, next to Romania’s National Bank headquarters. Its location, one of the best in Bucharest’s Old Town, has made it very popular for expats as well as locals who pass through the area.
One of the most popular places in Bucharest’s Old Town This tastefully decorated café located in the old town attracts with its unique Neo-Romanian interior, surprisingly complemented by the addition of postmodern colorful paintings.
One of the most popular places in Bucharest’s Old Town This tastefully decorated café located in the old town attracts with its unique Neo-Romanian interior, surprisingly complemented by the addition of postmodern colorful paintings
Very beautifully decorated. Gives you a pleasant and relaxing vibe. You can have here breakfast, coffee in the morning or enjoy nice atmosphere of Old Town at the terrace.
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