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- Galas of the Circus - a show under the motto "You vote for the winners!" The competition show Galas Circus – Trilogy reaches this year its thirteenth edition and will take place at the Globus Circus between the 17th of October and the 21st of December. Only the most beautiful numbers acrobatic aerial numbers, tights animals and comic moments. will compete in the competition for the grand prize, as in previous editions. The performances will be gathered under three different shows – Blue Angels, Angels and The White Gala. Audience is invited to watch and vote in the shows "White Angels" and "Blue Angels"; only their enjoyment decides whether the artists deserve an award at Galas Circus.
- Bucharest Christmas Market, probably the most important market of its kind that will take place this year in Bucharest, will begin on the 28th of November and will be open until the 28th of December. The official Christmas market of the Romanian capital will take place in University Square and Cismigiu Park, places that will be turned into Santa’s fairytale villages. As in the previous editions, the Bucharest Christmas Market 2014 will gather exhibitors from all over the country and will be scene to numerous shows, special surprises and activities dedicated to children of all ages.
- The exhibition center Romexpo hosts what promises to be the grandest Christmas fair in Bucharest this year, "Bucharest Christmas Shopping”. Between the 1st and the 21st of December visitors will have the opportunity to choose between thousands of products, from authentic Romanian products to gadgets and trinkels, meaning no taste will be left unsatisfied, even to the most picky of customers. Contributing to the fair atmosphere, the center will also have both indoors and outdoors entertainment areas that will include a huge Christmas tree and bands of vocal interpreters singing carols.
- When staying in Bucharest do not miss to visit the art galleries in the Old City Center
- Taste and purchase Romanian wine from wineries in Transylvania, Moldavia and the Black Sea coast.
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