Discover Bucharest by bike on a half-day guided tour covering the most important landmarks of communist times and bourgeoisie monuments of what was once known as "Little Paris." Find out the former names of present-day spots, tour the parks, and more.
What to Expect
Ride through Bucharest on a half-day bike tour, and follow your guide through the city with an itinerary that includes the historical landmarks from its communist past and the bourgeoisie monuments of its golden age.
Visit the major intersection of the city at Victoriei Square and discover the birthplace of the 1989 revolution at Revolution Square. See Casa Presei Libere, the House of the Free Press, where many newspapers are located today. Then pass by the Palace of the Parliament, the second-largest building in the world!
Then admire the impressive mausoleum with an even more impressive name, the Monument of the Heroes for the Freedom of the People and of the Motherland, for Socialism.
Next up is the Triumphal Arch, similar to the one in Paris, and the Romanian Atheneum, a classical music concert hall. Check out the former royal palace, now the National Art Museum, and ride through a variety of parks, including Herastrau, Kiseleff, Cismigiu, Izvor, Carol, and Tineretului. Your guide will provide you with a bottle of water and snacks so that you will be refreshed throughout the tour.
- Professional guide
- Bottle of water
Charles de Gaulle Sq, at the entrance in Herastrau park, in front of Charles de Gaulle statue. Look for the guide's distinctive green outfit.
What to Remember
Please contact the supplier if you have special preferences regarding the snack (e.g. vegan, vegetarian, kosher, no pork, etc.) as well as to mention if you prefer still or sparkling water.