In the olden days Bucharest used to have what were called bezesten, which were staying quarters for foreign merchants from where they might conduct their business. This inn in particular, already notable for being one of the few that did not contain a church, was popular with merchants and craftsmen from the town of Gabrovo, hence its name. It was built in the 18th century and is now one of the only three such inns remaining. Today it is a culture and exhibition centre for theater, dance, music, film and art.
Entrance Ticket Details For Hanul Gabroveni
- Ticket prices change from event to event. Check the attraction website before your visit.
Hanul Gabroveni Hours
- Opening hours depend on the event schedule. Check the attraction website before your visit.
- Hours provided are for the administrative office and ticket office.
- Closed on Monday.
- Saturday and Sunday: Open 2 hours before the show
How to Reach Hanul Gabroveni
- By Metro: M1, M2, M3 line stop Piata Unirii
- By Bus: 104, 116, 117, 123, 124, 312, 313, 783, N102, N104, N105, N106, N107, N108, N109, N110, N111, N112, N114, N115, N116, N117, N119, N121, stop Piata Unirii
- By Trams: 7, 27, 32, 47 stop Piata Unirii
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