Bucharest City Tour
Experience the top attractions of Bucharest on 4 hours city tour. The capital of Romania has a rich history, a surprising architecture and a lot of touristic attractions that you have to discover. Follow your private guide into a day tour to Bucharest’s main attractions, including a stop at the Parliament Palace, Patriarchal Church,Revolution Square and get a glimpse of traditional country life at the outdoor Village Museum.
Discover the best of what the city has to offer: along the oldest road in the city(Calea Victoriei) you’ll take a look at The Royal Palace, The Revolution Square, the first saving Bank and the National Military Circle.The Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral – the center of the Romanian Orthodox Church, Constitution Square with a excellent view of the Palace of Parliament – the world’s largest and most expensive administrative building and the Village Museum showcasing traditional Romanian village life are other places that cannot be missed. A short walking tour on foot in the Historical Center, full of charm and a panoramic tour of the major attractions in “little Paris”, as Bucharest was called even from 30 years ago, will complete this amazing tour!
Inclusions : hotel pick up and drop off, bottled water, driver/guide - English speaker, personal and luggage insurance, live commentary on board, WI-FI on board, parking fees, road taxes, coffee/bear on the house.
Exclusions: entrance fee, meals and drinks.
The itinerary for the Day Tour of Bucharest is the following:
Palace of Parliament
This building houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, three museums and an international conference center. You will have the chance to see the second largest administrative building on the planet, after the Pentagon. Also known as the House of the People (in communist times) this building is the second largest of it's kind in the world. It was constructed at the end of the 1980s, together with the grand boulevards in the city centre area. For it’s construction, 21 churches, 40.000 houses and 1 stadium were demolished. The inside is decorated like a 19th century palace, all the rooms being marble plated, with silk tapestries and 2800 chandeliers.
Typically travelers spend here about 1 - 1.5 hours. Entrance fee is not included and is around 10 euros per person.
Along the oldest road in the city (Calea Victoriei) you'll take a look at The Royal Palace, The Revolution Square, the first saving Bank and the National Military Circle.
No entrance fee.
Take a short walking tour on foot in the Historical Center full of charm and elegance, and enjoy a good coffee on the house!