The Romanian Parliament uses a small part of the building, and a conference center and museum also use some of the space. However, most of the building remains vacant or unfinished.
The Bucharest Parliament Palace is open, and a public tour is the only way to see the building. You will have to leave your passport with security in exchange for a pass and pay a fee to use a camera. The hassle is time consuming, but the lavish rooms, crystal chandeliers, gold ceilings, and view from the balcony make the fees and hassle worthwhile.
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