Bucharest sightseeing tour – Main tourist attractions
Every Bucharest Tour should begin with The Village Museum, which is located on lake Herastrau and it is one of the important places to visit in Bucharest.
We will explore the capital city of Romania in a beautiful and inspiring Bucharest Tour beginning with the traditional houses of The Village Museum. Romanian rural life is shown here by the old houses of great artistic and historical value. Every object inside the households from carpets, rugs, pottery to icons reveals a story. Churches in Maramures style and water and windmills fill this beautiful rural picture.
Our Bucharest sightseeing tour includes the most important attractions of the city such as: Triumphal Arch, Victoria Square (passing near the Romanian Government building), Royal Palace, Romanian Athenaeum, Revolution Square, Union Square. Here we can admire the Parliament Palace which was built during the totalitarian regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, being the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon, according to Guinness World Records. The Parliament Palace, also known as House of People, is a sight not to be missed out on a Bucharest Tour.
Our sightseeing tour gives you the opportunity to admire the Mitropoliei Cathedral which is the seat of the Orthodox Romanian Church situated on Patriarchate Hill. A short walk through Bucharest’s Old Town to see the Old Princely Court built during the rule of Vlad the Impaler in the 15th century ends our Bucharest day trip. Former houses of traders and craftsmen became chic restaurants and meeting places for friends and business people. A Bucharest sightseeing tour you will never forget!
The price for this Bucharest tour INCLUDES:
- Transport by car/minibus, fuel, parking fees
- Village Museum entrance
- English speaking guide/driver
- Bucharest map
The price for this Bucharest tour EXCLUDES:
- Meals (aprox. 10 Euro/person/meal).
- Entrance fees. Exception: Village Museum – free entrance with our Special Offer!
- Video and photo fees
The Village Museum – Triumphal Arch – Victoria Square – Royal Palace, Romanian Athenaeum, Revolution Square – Union Square, the Parliament Palace (House of People) – Mitropoliei Cathedral, Patriarchate Hill – Bucharest’s Old Town, the Old Princely Court
Departure: 8 am (recommended) from your hotel