Bucharest is the capital of Romania, the biggest and most booming city in the country (nearly 22% of the GDP of the whole country). It is the leading economic, industrial and financial center of the country: over 186 000 companies have their headquarters here, among them Skoda, Seat, Peugeot, Citroen and others; it creates the highest employment rate in Romania. The city’s key economic sectors are industry and services. A quarter of Romanian industrial production is concentrated in Bucharest. The city is also a significant IT&C hub of Romania. Property and construction sectors are well developed, particularly the non-residential construction segment.
Bucharest is a prime conference and congress destination, it has great convention potential, e.g. Romexpo- Bucharest fair exhibition center that has 12 exhibition halls, meeting space 10 000 sq.m. Plenty international conferences and congresses are held in Bucharest.
If you are looking for office space in a business center, Bucharest has many attractive options, most of them are presented on our website.
Bucharest has a vast variety of business centers located both in central business district and numerous business parks.
Pipera is a trendy district to rent office space. It is only ten minutes from CBD with an easy access to the public transport - trams and metro links, in close vicinity to the new motorway and the airport.
There are comfortable serviced offices in Bucharest city center in the heart of the capital, fully equipped and work-ready. Nearby, there are shopping malls, hotels (Hilton, Intercontinental, etc), restaurants, museums. It is very close to subway and other public transport.
Bucharest is a cultural center of Romania. It is known as the “little Paris” for its elegant architecture and resemblance to the French buildings and monuments. Here, you can find the Triumphal Arch, which is considered to be the Symbol of Bucharest, the Palace of Parliament, beautiful Central University Library and the famous Romanian Athenaeum.
The city is rich in museums such as the National Museum of Art, the Zambaccian Museum, the Museum of Art Collection and many others.
Bucharest is home for many festivals that are held throughout the year.
The Romanian capital hosted the International Film Festival with many celebrities attending it; it has its contemporary art biennale. Every year the International Opera festival is organized in Bucharest.
Theater life is also vibrant here, the most famous among others are the Romanian National Opera and the State Jewish Theatre.