The Vacaresti lake is a man-made lake, within the city of Bucharest, close to the east periphery. It was supposed to be a part of the hydrological protection system, in case of flood: it was meant to hold the water of the Dambovita river in case the latter swelled and overflowed. The works for this lake started in 1986, and the Monastery of Vacaresti as well as the houses of around 100 people were seized by the regime and had to be demolished to make way for this huge basin.
Summer is coming, so we have some itinerary propositions for you for visiting Romania. They will be published one by one so don’t expect to find them all here right now. We will start with the most popular and finish with the most unlikely of the routes. There will be routes for history lovers, water lovers, mountain lovers and East Europe aficionados. Places, prices and time.
As a picture says more than a thousand words, flash-visit Bucharest by taking a look at these pictures and write us an e-mail if you are interested to know more about them. Or about Bucharest. Or Romania.
CreArt is organizing the cultural event CinePark this summer in Bucharest – open-air cinema , between June 8th- September 30th, in Herastrau, the biggest park in the city. Free access ( Charles de Gaulle entrance).