Royal Palace of Bucharest

Royal Palace of Bucharest: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bucharest: Private South Side Tuk-Tuk Tour with Pickup

1. Bucharest: Private South Side Tuk-Tuk Tour with Pickup

The tour starts in front of Novotel Hotel or if you choose to pickup, in front of your hotel. After you get to know your guide and driver, your experience begin with a slowly ride on the most touristic and oldest street in Bucharest - Victory Avenue. Along the street you'll see some of the most important buildings in the city such as CEC Palace, National History Museum or former Royal Palace and get additional information from your guide. Top attraction of the tour is Parlament Palace. With tuk tuk you'll have the chance to get a complete 360 view around the building and see all it sides. After a photo stop in front of the building the tuk tuk follows the boulevard with artesian fountains nicknamed "Champs-Elysees of the East". This is the only opportunity to be so close to the main fountain in the center of boulevard. Tour goes on towards University Square. Here you'll admire other iconic buildings like first hospital of Bucharest or new building of National Theatre. Down the Queen Elisabeth's boulevard you'll see Cismigiu Gardens and the City's Hall. The tour ends where it started or you can be dropped-off anywhere in the downtown. At the beginning of the tour you'll get complimentary bottled water and Romanian snacks. On board of tuk tuk you have power banks, blanket, selfie stick & free Wi-Fi. Book now & enjoy a unique way to see Bucharest! Tuk Tuk Way!

Private Bucharest Beer Tour: Best local beers with a local

2. Private Bucharest Beer Tour: Best local beers with a local

Enjoy a Romanian street food pastry on the way to one of Bucharest's favorite craft beer bars, where you'll sample 4 local craft beers and chat about the brewing processes and passion that goes into Romanian beer-making, as well as introducing you to the up-and-coming craft beer scene. With your beer buzz setting in, continue down Victory Avenue and some of the city's most important landmarks, which boast a complicated historical mixture of royal and communist influences. En route to the next bar, you will discover intriguing sights, such as the former National Theatre of Bucharest, the former Headquarters of the Communist Party, one of the oldest churches in Bucharest, Kretzulescu Church, and the University Square with its superb late 19th-century architecture. Our last stop will vary between cold and hot seasons. With so many good options it's hard to choose even for us. Either a famous spot for a Transylvanian beer or a truly hidden gem from Old Town or even the very own beer garden operated by the most popular craft beer brand in Bucharest. And we haven't forgotten about food either. We'll make sure to add some solid nourishment for the best pairing with our beer selections. Our tour ends here but before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay.

Bucharest: Museums and Galleries Walking Tour

3. Bucharest: Museums and Galleries Walking Tour

Discover one of the most romantic capitals in Europe: Bucharest. All Romanians will tell you that their capital is referred to as “Little Paris”. Learn about Bucharest's origins, including whether or not it was infact once a Roman city, as you wander around its charismatic streets. Discover what constitutes Romanian contemporary art, as you experience the excitement of modern art in the Zorzini Gallery. The quiet and charming tree-lined streets containing Art Deco villas are also sure to leave you speechless during your walk around the Old City. With your local charismatic guide you will visit the Național History Museum, Național Art Museum, Național Art Galleries, and Houses of Parliament. Before your tour concludes, don't forget to grab some souvenirs in the Neogalateca shop.

Bucharest: Panoramic Walking Tour in Revolution Square

4. Bucharest: Panoramic Walking Tour in Revolution Square

Let us take you through a trip in time and history of Romanian capital. What is story behind Arch of Triumph? Have you ever heard about the Village Museum, one of the world's most interesting ethnographical parks in open air? Here you can see 50 complete homesteads, churches, windmills and even sunken houses from rural Romania. With local charismatic guide, you will visit The Revolution Square, one of the city's most important squares, surrounded by emblematic buildings such as The Athenee Palace, the Romanian Athaeneum, the Royal Palace and Library, King Carol The 1st Statue. You will hear stories and secrets about Patriarchal Church, the majestic centre of the Romanian Orthodox faith, Carol Park with the Mausoleum and Eternal Flame monument, Palace of Parliament, also called the House of People.

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What people are saying about Royal Palace of Bucharest

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 70 reviews

I am Romanian myself and wanted to see Bucharest, the bike tour in English was the best thing we did. Luckily my girlfriend and I were alone, but it has capacity for up to 40 people. We understood everything very well and saw everything you have to see in terms of sights. It's definitely worth the money.

Loved the tour. Our tour guide offered insightful information and was very generous with her time and knowledge. Bike ride was easy level and easy to manage - very accessible for all levels. Highly recommend it :)

This was a great way to see Bucharest. Very friendly and informative guide, paste that suited everyone and interesting sites. I would definitely recommend it.

A very nice short bike trip where you can get to know a bit of the city's history. I recommend! Super nice guide. Cool bikes.

One of my favorite so far, Alex was so nice and friendly, I even thought to take the tour once more