Bucharest is a wonderful place to visit all year round, but fall is an especially lovely time. So grab you coat
and head to Eastern Europe’s “Little Paris” with this handy guide on travelling to Bucharest in the fall.
Remember you coat
Obviously temperatures change from day to day, but average temperatures in Bucharest in September, October and November are in the 40s to 60s F (5 – 18 C). So you’ll definitely want a coat, or at least a warm cardigan.
Bring an umbrella
Or poncho, or raincoat. Bucharest’s rainiest month is June, but the fall season gets its share of showers, so be prepared.
Spend some time outdoors
There are gorgeous nature hikes both inside and outside the city. They’re especially beautiful in the fall when the leaves are changing color.
Then warm up in a café
Bucharest, like many European cities, is filled with cafés where you can get coffee, tea and hot chocolate
to warm up with after you spend some time in one of Bucharest’s beautiful parks.
Enjoy the food
Eating is the best part of an international vacation. You get the chance to try new, local foods you wouldn’t find at home. And Romanian food is perfect for fall weather. Romanian food is the definition of comfort food, hot and filling, so if you find yourself feeling cold, and want more than coffee, pick a restaurant and enjoy.
There are so many reasons to visit Bucharest, so why not enjoy the fall somewhere other than home?