Cărtureşti Verona is one of the biggest book stores in Bucharest, situated in the city centre, very close to the Romanian Athenaeum. It is part of the Cărtureşti chain of book stores that is also present in cities such as Cluj-Napoca, Timişoara, Constanţa, Suceava, Iaşi, Braşov and Arad, known for their special atmosphere.

The one who enters Cărtureşti Verona just to buy something will quickly be absorbed by the friendly and relaxed ambience and will start exploring the book store in search for more. He or she will listen to music while having a tea or some food in the store’s tea room, café or terrace, will grab a book from the shelves, start reading it and soon be transposed into a surreal world.

Apart from a vast selection of books in Romanian and English, in Cărtureşti Verona you will find magazines, decorations, accessories, music, films, stationery, tea, gifts, eBooks and games, everything that is usually found in a bookshop. A part of these items can also be purchased through the book store’s online shop. But apart from its commercial function, this store also involves in revitalizing the cultural, artistic and social life of the capital by organizing a series of events promoting contemporary art, open to the public. From exhibitions to performances, everything is designed to make Cărtureşti a true cultural agent. Over the years, culture-lovers had the chance to meet and talk here with great names of the national and international cultural landscape, such as Mario Vargas Llosa, Ibrahim Ferrer and Pascal Bruckner.

After recording the popularity of Cărtureşti Verona, Cărtureşti group has opened four more book stores in Bucharest.

Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 10:00 – 22:00

How to get there:
Cărtureşti Verona is situated within 3 minutes walking distance from the Romanian Athenaeum. From here, take Episcopiei Street. After 250m, turn left on Nicolae Golescu Street and then turn right on Arthur Verona Street.
By metro: Get off the metro at the Piaţa Romană station and take Magheru Blvd. Turn right on George Enescu Street and then immediately left on Arthur Verona Street.

Arthur Verona St, no 13-15
Tel.: +40 213 173 459