Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse is a fork-shaped, yellow glass covered arcaded street in central Bucharest, Romania. Câmpineanu Inn (Romanian: Hanul Câmpineanu) once stood in the place nowadays occupied by the passage.
The old Inn was bought by Petros Seraphim, who gifted it to two of his daughters as dowries. Daughter Polixena married in 1843 Xavier Vilacrosse, Chief Architect of Bucharest, 1840–1848, the Inn renamed after him. Daughter Anastasia married Mihalache Macca, who built luxury shops on their part. In the late 1880s, the city decided to buy the sites to build a Western style passage to relieve congestion. It was designed by architect Felix Xenopol, and opened in 1891.
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Keluarga Pelancong | Sep 22, 2017
The place can be attained either from Calea Victoriei or Strada Eugenieu Carada. I saw many beautiful photos of the passage in internet. But once inside, I was not sure. It was dark, desolate. Still, you can take many good picture of the place.
Ciprian Chirvase | Aug 11, 2017
Beautiful passage between Calea Victoriei and National Bank of Romania. It's full of cafeterias and therefore it's usually crowded. It's a good place for a hookah.
Hui Ying Chin | Nov 20, 2017
Beautiful place to walk by but quite pricey.
Prologic GSM | Feb 9, 2018
Florin Cristu | Jan 14, 2018
Not for me
Teo Gerald | Mar 30, 2018
Not really worth visiting. Unless you are nearby. Just a few and expensive shops. Not for me..
B García | Apr 3, 2018
AlexGP90 | May 13, 2018
Chill place, good music, crowded, but a certain charm
Harun Yakisik | May 13, 2018
The dirtiest place I have ever seen, no need to visit.
Oksana Yanyshyn | May 6, 2018
Nice shisha place
Balázs Turai | May 21, 2018
the old glamour of these passages are far gone. the shops are changed into touristy drink and shisha bars, the atmosphere is crowded, noisy and mundane.
Chrissie Baker | Aug 5, 2018
This is a covered passage originally built around 1890. The ceiling is made of coloured glass (yellow and green) which creates a unique like even on a rainy day. Originally the ground floor was luxury shops, while the 1st floor had rooms to rent. Today the ground floor is filled with a mixture of restaurants and bars. We walk this to avoid the rain and were so pleased to discover this gem.
özer demir | Jul 28, 2018
Tea: 13 ley Cappucino:11 ley Water: 9 ley Expensive for this location...
Piotr Łukaszczyk | Jul 20, 2018
This is a place You should visit while in Bucharest :) i didn't try any food didn't smoke shisha which is in every cafe here, just had a beer with no tourists :) in an amazing building :)
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