Once called “little Paris” and still housing spectacular architecture, Bucharest is a must-see attraction in Romania. This trip visits the most remarkable tourist attractions in the city, such as the Romanian Atheneum, Royal Palace and National Theater
What to Expect
During this 4-hour city walking tour you will see the following:
The Romanian Athenaeum, house for the ”George Enescu” Philharmonic, followed by the University Library (built in monarchy time and the Statue of King Carol the First), Royal Palace, today Art Museum, the Former Communist Party Building and the place where the revolution in 1989 happened.
Then you will move on towards the heart of the city, where you will learn about University Square and also discover the Old Town.
Through the Military Circle and Sarindar Fountain, Bucharest University, National Theatre, Sutu Palace, Coltea hospital, church and statue of Mihail Cantacuzino, Romanian Library Association Building and Spiru Haret University then Lipscani Street and the National Bank of Romania.
Discover the Passage Macca and Passage Villacross, Zlatari Church, Cec Bank Building and Romanian History Museum, Stravopoleos Monastery. At the end of the visit, be amazed by The Princely Old Court and the Church St. Anton, Statue of Vlad the Impaler, Manuc's Inn (Hanul lui Manuc), Unification Square and finally the Parliament Palace (second largest building in the world).
- Licensed guide with English, German or French language
- Guided tours
What's Not Included
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (recommended)