Victory Square, Bucharest: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bucharest & Surroundings: Half Day Tour

1. 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.

5-Days Tour Romania, Bulgaria, North Greece

2. 5-Days Tour Romania, Bulgaria, North Greece

Day 1 – Arriving in Bucharest and begin the adventure. Arrival at Bucharest airport. Transfer and accommodation at your hotel. Late walking tour of the Old Town. Pick up from your hotel. Landmarks: The Stavropoleos Church Hanul cu Tei (The Linden Tree Inn) Hanul lui Manuc (Manuc's Inn) Cărturești Carusel - (visit inside) Leisure time, with the option of dining at a local restaurant. Transfer to the hotel at a predetermined time. Some free time. Overnight stay. Day 2 – Discover Romanian treasures Breakfast is served at the hotel. Departure by bus to Peles Castle, which was built in a neo-renaissance fairy tale style, as the summer residence of Romania's first king - Carol I, between 1873 and 1914. Departure for Bran Castle (Dracula). Dracula – as he is perceived today – is a fictitious character whose name derives from the appellation given to Vlad Tepes, the ruler of Wallachia from 1456-1462 and 1476. In the 14th century, Evening panoramic bus tour of Bucharest, including the Romanian Parliament (Ceausescu Palace) - the world's second largest administrative building built during the communist era and Nicolae Ceausescu, Victory Square, the Romanian Triumphal Arch, and Revolution Square. Return to your hotel room. Spare time. Overnight stay. Day 3 – Sofia and not only.. Breakfast is served at the hotel. Bus to Sofia departure. Arrival in Sofia – Bulgarian capital. Arrive in the Sofia. Afternoon - walking tour of Sofia's historic center (duration - about 2 hours and 30 minutes) Landmarks: St. Sophia Church National Assembly (Parlament) of the Republic of Bulgaria. St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral - (visit inside). Natoinal Gallery – Kvadrat 500 - (visit inside) Saint Nikolas Russian Church National Art Gallery - The former Royal Palace... National Theater and Garden The Presidency Building Sveta Nedelya Church - (visit inside) Transfer and check-in your hotel. Spare time and opportunities for dinner in one of Sofia's local restaurants, grocers, wineries, or beer bars. Overnight stay. Day 4 – Go to Greece Breakfast is served at the hotel. Check - out. Departure for Thessaloniki by bus. Pickup from your hotel at 09:30. Thessaloniki is Greece's second largest city, and it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Arrival and brief rest, with the option of lunch in the center. Accommodation in your hotel. Afternoon - Walking tour: Landmarks: Including the Church of Saint Demetrius (visit inside) The White Tower The Coastal Boulevard The Rotunda and Emperor Galerius' Arch A stroll through Thessaloniki's central district, including Aristoteles Square and Ttsimiski Street. Transfer and accommodation in your hotel. There will be free time and the opportunity to diner in the local restaurants and taverns in the old town and around the port, which has a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea. Overnight stay. Day 5 Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Thessaloniki Airport for your flight to home. Pickup from your hotel.

Bucharest 4-Hour Vintage Sidecar Tour

3. Bucharest 4-Hour Vintage Sidecar Tour

Explore Bucharest and Dracula's Tomb from a sidecar.  The tour is designed to show you the beautiful architecture and monuments of so-called Little Paris. The sidecar can carry two passengers, one in the sidecar and another riding pillion.  You will be chauffeured on a sightseeing tour of Bucharest with photo stops at the main attractions. Visit the Free Press Square, The Arch of Triumph, Victory Square, Revolution Square, the Palace of Parliament, Unirii Square, Romana Square, Charles de Gaulle Square and Kiseleff Boulevard.

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