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Tour of Bucharest



Vlad the Impaler declared his claim to Bucharest in 1459. His fortress on Dâmbovița was the first of the palace fleets, many of which are still standing. Four metro lines and a modern bus network carry visitors and commuters. Nicknamed “Little Paris”, the elegant architecture of Bucharest at the beginning of the twentieth century has French influences.

The capital of Romania sometimes receives a bad reputation, but in fact it is dynamic, energetic and very fun. Many travelers give the city at least a few days to visit the very good museums, walk through the parks and stay at the trendy cafes and botanical gardens. While much of the center is modern and the buildings are in various stages of degradation, you will find splendid 17th and 18th century Orthodox churches and graceful belle époque villas hidden in quiet corners. Communism has changed the face of the city forever, and nowhere is this more evident than in the gargantuan Palace of Parliament, the greatest (and arguably the cruelest) tribute to dictatorial megalomania you will ever see.

Romanian Athenaeum

Inside and outside, this spectacular concert hall is one of the top objectives of Bucharest. See the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra singing under its beautifully frescoed dome!

Palace of the Parliament

This controversial building was built under the tyrannical rule of Nicolae Ceausescu to become the largest parliamentary complex in the world. The Palace of Parliament is as amazing as it is despised!

National Museum of Romanian History

The main collection of important artifacts in Romania extends throughout history. If you have time, visit the eccentric postal museum, also located in the National Museum of History of Romania!

National Museum of Art of Romania

Although called awkwardly, Romania’s national gallery is not limited to the most important collection of Romanian art. Located in the old Royal Palace, it is one of the top cultural attractions of the city!

Triumph Arch

Any tour of Bucharest should reveal plenty of aesthetic comparisons with Paris, but perhaps nowhere are the similarities more evident than at Romania’s own Arc de Triomphe!

Herastrau Park

Come spring, summer, or fall, visit the Herastrau Park to ride old-fashioned fairground attractions, rent a boat, or simply wander through every beautifully landscaped corner!

Museum of the Romanian Peasant

With its carefully curated display of artifacts from Romanian peasant life, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, a former European Museum of the Year, is perhaps the city’s most modest sightseeing essential.

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Wearing a mask is mandatory for access to passenger transport vehicles, as well as throughout the journey. When boarding-disembarking, passengers will mentain a minimum safety distance from each other.

The driver will be provided with a protective mask.

Constanta CFR Train station

  • Transport by bus
  • Entry at the tourist spots
  • Tourist assistance
  • Parking lots, bridges, ferry
  • Tourist assistance

Departures on request for groups of at least 15 people.

1000 people maximum


Botanical Garden, Parliament Palace, Arc de Triomphe, Museum. Satului, Zoo and many other tourist attractions within the time available: the Arc de Triomphe, the Athenaeum Romanian, Central University Library, Museum Minovici Mine, Central Military Circle Palace, Museum National of Art, Mausoleum from Carol Park, Theater National, Lake Herastrau, History Museum of Bucharest and Tudor ArgheziMemorialHouse.

We go to Aventura Parc, the first adventure park in Romania and with a multitude of leisure options: minigolf, bouncy castles, road route with cars and bicycles, ping pong, darts, chess, backgammon, badminton and board games.

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30 €

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