• Strada Gabroveni 14
  • free entry
  • ong drinks 17 lei (4 €) cocktails 21 lei (4€)
  • English style pub karaoke bar live concerts with local bands


  • Palatul Universul Building B underground Str. Ion Brezoianu 23-25
  • Thursdays: 15 lei (3€) Fridays-Saturdays: 40-45 lei (aprox. 8€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer 15 lei (3€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • 80s-90s-00s nights radio and Romanian hits


  • Strada Smârdan 29, București 030076
  • free entry
  • Cocktails ~15 lei (3€) Soft drinks & beer ~10 lei (2€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • pop music and reggaeton


  • Strada Blănari 21
  • Weekends: free entry
  • Cocktails ~30 lei (6€) Soft drinks & beer 15 lei (3€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • pop-rock, old hits, dance&house music


  • Strada Constantin Mille 4
  • Tuesdays: 20 lei (4€) after 10 PM and all drinks are half priced Weekends: 30 lei (6€), sometimes 40 lei (8€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer ~20 lei (4€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • mainly Techno (2 stages), but sometimes depends on the organized events


  • Strada Lipscani 17
  • weekends: 30 lei (6€) free entrance before 11pm; Age restrictions: 21+
  • Cocktails around 40 lei (8€) Soft drinks and beer around 16 lei (3€) Shots 16 lei (3€)
  • international, commercial, EDM


  • Calea Victoriei 115
  • Thursdays: free; weekends: sometimes free or 30-40lei (6-8€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer ~20 lei (4€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • mainly techno different events


  • Blvd. Nicolae Bălcescu 3-5
  • Weekends 30 lei (6€)
  • Cocktails ~30 lei (6€) Soft drinks & beer ~15 lei (3€) Shots 10 lei (2€)
  • pop-rock, old hits, dance&house, latino music


  • Blvd. Beijing, București 014192
  • Depends on the organised events, prices vary from 40 lei (8€) to 60 (12€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer ~ 20 lei (4€) Shots 20 lei (4€)
  • pop-rock, old hits, dance&house, latino music


  • Strada Constantin Mille 18
  • weekends: sometimes free or 30-50 lei (6-10€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer ~20 lei (4€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • techno with various artists and djs


  • Strada Verzișori 20
  • weekends: 30-50lei (6-10€)
  • Cocktails ~ 30 lei (6€) Soft drinks & beer ~15 lei (3€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • pop-rock, old hits, dance&house music


  • Splaiul Unirii 160
  • Weekends: between 80-100 lei (16-20€) Fridays-Saturdays: 40-45 lei (aprox. 8€)
  • Cocktails ~40 lei (8€) Soft drinks & beer ~20 lei (4€) Shots 15 lei (3€)
  • techno



1. Remember to breathe

When you feel stress or anxiety stepping in, take a minute to close your eyes, inhale for a count of three, then exhale for a count of five and then repeat. This helps you to calm down your body's stress response and shift your attention back to the present moment.

When you sense stress or nervousness stepping in, take a minute to close your eyes, inhale for a count of three, then exhale for a count of five and then repeat. This helps you to calm down your body's stress response and shift your attention back to the present moment.

2. Eat, sleep and exercise well

Pulling all-nighters, surviving on a poor diet, and getting minimal amounts of movement into your day can increase symptoms of anxiety. For your body's best performance, make sure you're getting 8 to 9 hours of sleep. Limit your caffeine consumption and don’t drink energy drinks.

3. Set realistic goals

Setting realistic goals, whether or not you have several weeks, days or hours before your exam, helps you to put everything into perspective. Acceptance of your situation and working within the realms of what you have maximizes your productivity without the risk of burning yourself out.

4. Don't go it alone

A research paper published in Linguistics and Education saw that revising with friends is an effective study technique as it allows individuals to better soak up their very own notes. Furthermore, the emotional benefits of social support tend to include a better sense of confidence and autonomy.

5. Pace yourself through panic

Panicking before, during or even after an exam is frequent among university students. If you experience it at any point, take six deep breaths, hydrate yourself, and then go back to the problem at hand. Have in mind that there is usually a rational solution to every problem, even if you can't see it at first glance.

6. Believe in yourself

Given that you have prepared well, there should be no reason for you to worry. Therefore, when experiencing a negative thought, try to replace it with a positive one. For example, instead of thinking 'If I don't get at least a 9, I am a failure', think 'Whatever I get, I will be proud of myself and value how much I have already achieved'. You can do this!

7.Distract Strategies

Use some distracting strategies that can help you manage your stressful or anxious feelings such as using a stress ball, chewing some gum, sipping on ice water, using fidget toys such as an elastic band on your wrist .

8. If you feel like you are struggling, talk to someone

Asking for help is never shameful. When struggling, talk to friends or family about how you are feeling. Alternatively, don't be afraid to seek professional help and support.

9. Give yourself mini rewards once you achieve your study goals 

Do something that relaxes you like watching a TV show, going for a run or listening to some music.

10. Leave the stress in the exam hall

There's always a light at the end of the tunnel. Exams have a beginning and an end. The stress that goes along with them should end with the exam. Once the exam is over, there's nothing more you can do about it. You should just try to relax afterwards.


Ultimately, don't lose sight that although things might seem intense right now, it won't last forever. Finding healthy and positive outlets and strategies to cope with feelings of exam stress and anxiety can help you feel more in control.


Good luck! You’ve got this!


   Author: Cristiana-Teodora Ușurelu



Author: Cristiana-Teodora Ușurelu


Author: Cristiana-Teodora Ușurelu

Romania is a country with extraordinary variated landforms that range from high mountains with breath-taking natural landscapes to long plateaus and deltas by the seashore. Because of this natural diversity, Romanians have the opportunity to explore a lot of beautiful and unique places in every region of the country.


Author: Cristiana-Teodora Ușurelu

Bucharest is one of the hidden jewels of Eastern Europe that usually does not receive its deserved time in the spotlight. But the city hides a lot of charming buildings rich in history, unique churches, and monasteries, beautiful chic streets, and boulevards and parks. To help you get better acquainted with your new home, I have gathered 10 essential pieces of information about Bucharest, some better-known facts than others, yet all worth knowing! 


New to Romania? Curious about its history or customs?

Well, we got you covered. At least partially, since we’re not going to discuss the abundance of history this amazing country has, as it would take far too long to do so.


However, we are here to give you some insight into Romania's customs with folk clothing coming up - stay tuned for this. 


For Romanians, Easter is one of the most valued and appreciated holidays of Christendom, because it has the power of bringing together the whole family while remembering and celebrating the most important moments in Jesus Christ’s life. It also symbolizes the rebirth of nature and the spiritual resurrection of the dead ones.


Erasmus Student Network is dedicated to a lot of causes that impact us and people around us. We love to contribute to the well-being of the world, therefore, a cause very close to our hearts is Environment Sustainability, which is celebrated all over the world through Earth Day.


One of the meanings of the word “generation” refers to it as “people who belong to the same age group and create a society, a family”. As such, the Erasmus Generation is formed by young, energetic people who discover the world and develop themselves by experiencing different forms of mobility, who volunteer and make the world a better place. It’s more than a group. Does it sound too overrated?


Hello ESN friends, Erasmus lovers, curious people from all over the world – get yourself a comfortable seat, grab a cup of your favourite drink and be ready for what is coming up! Welcome to our first edition of Erasmus testimonials! Read more


Many of you associate Erasmus exchange with parties. What if we told you that it’s much more than that? Even if you’re not into hanging out often, you can still enjoy your stay abroad without any parties. Here are various ways to do so: Read more


A series of frequently asked questions, answers and useful links in one place for Erasmus+ students, volunteers and trainees.


Lately, it's been more and more difficult to do the things that until now were trivial, especially when it comes to food and supplies. Invaded by a lot of information, with the new virus on sight, we are in desperate need of guides for almost everything  Read more 

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Dragoș Trifănescu


Dragoş Trifănescu: Hi, Cristina! We want to know, above all, a few things about you. How would you describe yourself in a few words?

Cristina Puiu: Hi, Dragoş. You started with the hardest question. Well, I can say I'm always looking for the new, beauty lover and kind of nonconformist – I mean I like to make my own rules. I love working with people, although I’m feeling repulsive  when I'm talking with people who are narrow-minded. I resonate with the unprejudiced.