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Bucharest: Private North Side Tuk-Tuk Tour with Pickup

1. Bucharest: Private North 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 towards Roman Square on the busiest boulevard in Bucharest. The tuk tuk ride goes to Victory Square, a large opening space in the middle of the city. Around the square you can observe the Government Building, the Natural History Museum & Romanian Peasant Museum. From here you'll enter to an exclusive area of Bucharest filled with beautiful villas. In this area it's located also the House of Ceausescu, former communist dictator of Romania. Tuk Tuk will take you at the entrance for taking photos. Top attraction of the tour is Arch of Triumph. Tuk Tuk stops by as close as no other car can stop. Tour continues on main boulevard towards House of Free Press. On the way you'll see an open air museum called Village Museum. With the open top tuk tuk you get a complete 360 view over the city and photo stops in impossible places for other vehicles. 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!

Bucharest & Surroundings: Half Day Tour

2. Bucharest & Surroundings: Half Day Tour

Start your day in the morning and discover together with your professional guide the wonders of Bucharest, also called The Little Paris of the East. This panoramic city tour includes stops and history lessons at three very important sites: Revolution Square, Constitution Square and equally impressive Military Academy. Discover the history of the Romanians from the time of the Roman Empire, Middle Ages and Vlad the Impaler and walk your way through Monarchy and the dark Communist times of recent history. Drive by sites like: Romanian Arch of Triumph, House of Free Press, Kiseleff Avenue with beautiful French style villas, Embassy Row, Romanian Peasant's Museum, Victory Square, Officer's Club, Cismigiu Garden, Medical School, Opera Square, Fountains Avenue and Military Academy. Next you see the open air Village Museum which will provide you with a unique experience and will give you a glimpse in the life of the Romanian peasants from more than 100 years ago. This museum is particularly impressive because all the houses were taken from their original locations and rebuilt here in Bucharest almost one century ago. In the afternoon you leave crowded Bucharest behind and visit Mogosoaia Palace. Imagine that one of the wealthiest families in Romania managed to spend almost all their fortune in order to restore this wonderful place. Take a trip back in time to a more elendant era and find all the secrets of this place together with your guide. From here you are driving north from the city in order to see a place surrounded in myth and history. The Snagov Monastery is the supposed burial place of a famous Romanian ruler: Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula. The monastery is on a small island in the middle of a beautiful lake.

Bucharest: Private City Highlights Driving Tour

3. Bucharest: Private City Highlights Driving Tour

View the major attractions in Bucharest on this driving tour. Board a spacious car or minivan and travel to destinations like the Palace of the Parliament and Revolution Square.  Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your accommodation in Bucharest. Drive to Union Boulevard which connects three of the city's mayor squares. Head to the National Village Museum folk village.  Go by the Arch of Triumph, which marks Romania's independence. Go by the The Palace of the Parliament which features Stalinist architecture. Admire the neoclassical-style of the Romanian Athenaeum concert hall. Make your way down Victoriei avenue. Hear about how the communist leader Ceausescu was ousted at Revolution square. Travel through the open-air museum of the Old Town. Venture into the wealthy and working-class neighborhoods in the city before returning to your hotel. 

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.

Bucharest: 2-Hour Evening Sightseeing Tour by Car

5. Bucharest: 2-Hour Evening Sightseeing Tour by Car

With pickup from your hotel or residence, discover the beautiful buildings of Bucharest by night. Start with a panoramic view of the city known as "Little Paris" passing by the most important landmarks of the city. Take a journey back in time to the golden age of Bucharest. This tour will give you the best opportunity to see the most important sites in Bucharest, as you are see notable points of interest like the Arch of Triumph, the Parliament Palace, the Victory Avenue, the Kiseleff Avenue, the Revolution Square, the Military Academy, the University Square and the National Theatre. Your guide will provide additional information and the history of these sites as you cruise around the city.

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What people are saying about Triumphal Arch, Bucharest

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Very informative, engaging and fun!

Stefan was very well informed and he gave us a very informative insight into the history and culture of Romania..he never hurried us through the trip and also extended it for us quite a bit! He ended the tour by reserving us a place at Caru cu bere at a nice little spot..I have also booked the Transylvanian tour via him and I think it would be excellent as well!

Nicholas was a great tour guide, very knowledgeable of the Romanian history and culture. Nicolas speaks excellent English. He showed us all of the beautiful buildings in the old city and we stopped for the best eclairs in the world We enjoyed our trip so much that we booked a day trip with him to Bran Castle, Peles castle and the bear sanctuary.

A really good trip

A very interesting trip in both the city and especially surroundings where you do not want to go. Sympathetic and very knowledgeable guide who spoke a very easy to understand English.

Great around the city & surrounding area tour.

Driver & tour guide did an exceptional job. Even presented me a bottle of local wine