Not yet summer but not spring anymore either. The spring flowers are gone but the trees have a beautiful green. Not yet very hot (around 20 – 25 degrees Celsius) but still some spring storms. All in all, June is an excellent month to visit Bucharest. Besides visiting the city here are some interesting events that might turn your holiday into an unforgettable one.
Bookfest (May 29 – June 2nd)
International book fair with over 150 exhibitors and a lot a English titles. Most of the time in different area there are surprises like an acoustic concert or a book launch. You’ll have the chance to get acquainted with Romanian and international literature and also with Romanian writers.
The event takes place in Romexpo, building B2, between May 29 and June 2nd.
Women on Matasari street (May 31 – June 2nd)
Urban festival with local design products, open air concerts and street theatre performances. The central theme of this edition is the Romanian wedding.
The festival takes place between May 31st and June 2nd on Matasari street in Bucharest.
Street Delivery (14 – 16 June)
Every year in June Arthur Verona Street in Bucharest is closed for cars and opens for the people, becoming a space for pedestrians taking part in various artistic, social, civic activities. The goal of the festival is to reclaim the public space and make it fun, livable, live.
On 14th to 16th of June street art, concerts, Romanian design items come alive under this year theme: Poetry in the street.
Bucharest International Film Festival (24 – 30 June)
The festival is showing cinema audiences, for the first time in Romania, some of the most anticipated recent films in the world, with the participation of leading guests. The festival celebrates 15 years of existence.
It will take place in several locations for the festival: Cinema Elvire Popesco, Cinema Muzeul Țăranului, Grădina cu filme – CreArt in the period 24 – 30 June 2019.
Eli Lotar – Event Exhibition (April 18 – July 14)
Born in Romania but educated in Paris, Eli Lotar (1905-1969) is one of the most representative photographers of its time.
The exhibition is hosted by Muzeul Colectiilor de Arta. Free entrance from Tuesday to Sunday starting 10 am. Monday the museum and the exhibition are closed.