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Bellu Cemetery Tour

Bellu Cemetery Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$22.14

Take a tour of Bellu Cemetery, one of the iconic and off the beaten track attractions of Bucharest. The place where death translates through historical monuments of great value, an open-air museum that gathers the eternal resting places of the most important personalities in the history of Romania ... More info ›

Take a tour of Bellu Cemetery, one of the iconic and off the beaten track attractions of Bucharest. The place where death translates through historical monuments of great value, an open-air museum that gathers the eternal resting places of the most important personalities in the history of Romania. This tour is a unique opportunity to go beyond the Old Town and discover more of Romania's capital.

The tour lasts around 2 hours and starts in front of the cemetery, easy to reach by subway or car.

You will meet your tour guide in front of Bellu Cemetery at the time you choose from the departing hours. The duration of the tour is around 2 hours, there is no entrance fee.

The walking tour starts with the history of this 19th century cemetery built where once a monastery and a garden of oranges existed. Your guide will show you the most famous monuments, like the works of art built by Ion Mincu, one of Romania's most important architects, the heart-moving statue of Sophia Mavrodin, the bizzare chapel of Iulia Hasdeu or the statues of the Poroineanu Brothers. 

Walking along the narrow alleys, you'll see also less-known chapels that are nonetheless enchanting, some intimate, some impressive, all fascinating, belonging to the richest families from Bucharest's old days of glory, before the Second World War. The tour includes also a visit to the main church of the cemetery.

For groups of maximum 3 people, a drop-off to central Bucharest is included in the price of the tour.

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Bucharest beyond the Old Town

Bucharest beyond the Old Town - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$32.63

A private walking tour for curious travelers who wish to discover Bucharest beyond the Old Town. The tour lasts around 5 hours and starts with a visit at Bellu Cemetery, one of the most authentic attractions of the capital ... More info ›

A private walking tour for curious travelers who wish to discover Bucharest beyond the Old Town. The tour lasts around 5 hours and starts with a visit at Bellu Cemetery, one of the most authentic attractions of the capital. The itinerary includes also Carol Park, one of the most beautiful in the city, a walk through old neighbourhoods to the communist civic center, the centuries old Antim Church and the slendid Choral Temple.

Overall, an itinerary that goes beyond the Old Town, in search of some of the finest attractions in Bucharest.

You will meet your guide in front of Bellu Cemetery where the tour starts. The cemetery is easily reached by subway, a 5 minutes trip from the central subway station Unirea.

The first attraction of the tour is a veritable open-air museum of dramatic statues and funeral chapels, many of them historical monuments. It's the most impressive cemetery in Romania, and a walk here is in fact a great chance to observe fine works of art done by major Romanian and foreign architects. The tour of the cemetery takes around 1 hour, followed by a 10 minutes walk to the next stop, Carol Park.

Over a century world, built during the time of King Carol the 1st, this park is one of the most beautiful and popular parks in Bucharest. The Heroes' Mausoleum, several statues, a romantic lake and a panoramic view over the Parliament are the iconic elements of Carol Park.

Half an hour walk through old neighbourhoods that were not demolished or badly altered by communist constructions. Stop at the next attraction of the tour, Antim Church. Over three centuries old, this state of the art church was actually moved from its original location to make room for the Parliament and the major civic center built by the communists over 30 years ago. The church has beautful rock carved columns, mosaics and an impressive interior.

Twenty minutes walk through the communist civic center to Unirii Square and from there to the Choral Temple, one of the few synagogues that still exists in Bucharest. Built in the 19th century, this synagogue survived the Holocaust, but also the destruction of the Jewish neighbourhood from the communist decades.

The tour ends in front of the 0 km of Bucharest, across the boulevard from the Old Town, within a couple of meters from the University Square.

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Private Tour Mogosoaia Palace and Snagov Church

Private Tour Mogosoaia Palace and Snagov Church - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$78.08

This 4 hours private tour is a great chance to visit the best attractions close to Bucharest. An iconic church and a centuries old palace with a great story that goes up to its extravagant 20th century owner are the main highlights of the tour.

The tour includes pickup and drop-off and starts/ends in front of your hotel ... More info ›

This 4 hours private tour is a great chance to visit the best attractions close to Bucharest. An iconic church and a centuries old palace with a great story that goes up to its extravagant 20th century owner are the main highlights of the tour.

The tour includes pickup and drop-off and starts/ends in front of your hotel. First on the list is Snagov Church, once a major monastery, located o a small island in the middle of a large lake. Built in the 16th century, the church still preserves original Byzantine frescoes, some of the most valuable in Romania.

Drive afterwards to the scenic Mogosoaia Palace whose story starts 300 years ago in the time of Prince Constantin Brancoveanu who mastered the unique architectural style of the monument.

Pickup from your hotel in the morning, starting with 9 am.

Snagov Church
Drive to Snagov Church, the only part that exists from the old monastery, once one of the richest in Romania. A place of many legends and historical events, the monastery served as refuge, but also as prison for the aristocracy. Isolated for centuries in the middle of Snagov Lake, the monastery was also sponsored by the mythical prince Vlad the Impaler who built a bridge to the shore and fortified the enceinte in the 15th century. The present day church dates from the 16th century.

Mogosoaia Palace
Next, you’ll discover the most valuable work of civil architecture that still survives from the time of Prince Constantin Brancoveanu who ruled Southern Romania from 1688 to 1714 when he was violently executed by the Ottoman Empire. The destiny of the palace was for a while that of the prince. Created as a masterpiece of the architectural style promoted by its owner, the palace was almost destroyed after the death of Constantin Brancoveanu.

The monument recovered its original glory only in the early 20th century when one of the smartest, richest and most charming Romanian aristocrates, Martha Bibescu, became the owner of the palace. After years of reconstruction, the palace of Mogosoaia was once again an architectural jewel. Today, you can see inside several exhibitions related to the history of the monument.

End the tour with a walk in the large park of the palace.

Drop-off at your hotel in Bucharest.

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Walking Tour of Religious Bucharest

Walking Tour of Religious Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$39.62

This private walking tour is focused on the role and history of various religious monuments in the past centuries. The itinerary includes the highlights of the capital's religious diverse history ... More info ›

This private walking tour is focused on the role and history of various religious monuments in the past centuries. The itinerary includes the highlights of the capital's religious diverse history. In the 4 hours of the tour, you will visit two Orthodox churches, a Catholic cathedral, a synagogue, a Lutheran church and an Anglican church.

The focus of the tour is on their architecture and history and less on the religious element, as these are some of the most beautiful monuments in Bucharest, silent witnesses of the changing political regimes, from the time of the royal family to the crushing communist regime that meant a mortal threat to most of them.

The tour starts at one of the mentioned hours from the University Square where you will meet your guide. The duration of the tour is around 4 hours. As this is a walking tour, comfortable shoes are recommended. The tour ends 

Ten minutes walk from the University Square to the first attraction of the itinerary.

Stravopoleos Church
One of the main attractions from the Old Town, this three hundred years old church is the perfect representation of the original 'Brancovenesc' architectural style. Its lapidarium showcases old crosses, pieces of frescoes and old funeral stones.

The Choral Temple
Ten minutes walk from Stavropoleos Church to the Choral Temple, the most beautiful synagogue in Bucharest. Built in the 19th century in the Moorish style, this synagogue is one of the few testimonies of the prosperous Jewish community that existed in the capital before the Second World War.

Coltea Church
Fifteen minutes walk to the second Orthodox church of the tour, Coltea. Almost three centuries old, also done in a 'Brancovenesc style, this small church was built next to the first hospital in Bucharest. It conserves partially the original frescoes.

The Anglican Church
Fifteen minutes walk to the Anglican Church, located in one of the most peaceful yet central parts of the city, Gradina Icoanei. Dating from the early 20th century, this monument was often visited by the second queen of Romania, Queen Maria, the granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England.

The Lutheran Church
Fifteen minutes walk to the Luteran Church, located very close to the Romanian Atheneum, one street down from the historical Victoriei Avenue. Built in the mid 19th century, this is one of the few Lutheran churches outside Transylvania, but one with the largest number of members. It's an imposing edifice done in an eclectic style. The first king and queen of Romania, King Carol the 1st and Queen Elisabeta, were often present at the religous service.

The Catholic Cathedral
Ten minutes walk to the Catholic Cathedral. An iconic monument located between Victoriei Avenue and Cismigiu Park that dates from 1875, the Catholic Cathedral 'Saint Iosif' is a must. One of of the most elegant and impressive buildings in Bucharest, the cathedral is threatened today by chaos urban development.

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Bucharest Half Day Private Tour

Bucharest Half Day Private Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$32.63

Enjoy a 4 hours private walking tour of Bucharest and discover the highlights of Romania's capital. The tour includes a walk on the iconic Victoriei Avenue, including the Atheneum and the Revolution Square, plus the Old Town, the University and 21st of December Squares ... More info ›

Enjoy a 4 hours private walking tour of Bucharest and discover the highlights of Romania's capital. The tour includes a walk on the iconic Victoriei Avenue, including the Atheneum and the Revolution Square, plus the Old Town, the University and 21st of December Squares. The tour ends in the communist civic center, in front of the Parliament.

The tour starts either in the University Square or in front of your hotel in case this is located close to the itinerary of the tour. This is a walking tour of the best historical part of Bucharest, from the Atheneum to the Parliament.

Victoriei Avenue
The backbone of historical Bucharest, Victoriei Avenue crosses the Old Town going north to the Atheneum and the former Royal Palace. The most beautiful monuments of the city are located on this major street and you'll see most of them during this private tour. Stops at the Atheneum, Revolution Square, Military Circle, CEC Palace, National Museum of History.

The Uiversity and 21st of December Squares
Two central squares in the heart of Bucharest. One is a testament of the Revolution of 1989, the other one is the symbol of Romania's education system.

The Old Town
The oldest part of the capital where the ruins of the medieval court and major 19th and 20th century monuments cexists. Stops at the Old Court, Manuc Inn, Stavropoleos Monastery, Lipscani Street, the National Bank of Romania, the Linden Inn.

The communist civic center
Cross Dambovita River to the other side of central Bucharest where Romania's last communist dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu, built a completely different city after demolishing several historical neighbourhoods. Stops at Mihai Voda Church, that miraculously escapes destruction, and in the Constitution Square, in front of the Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world and a symbol of the communist regime. The tour doesn't include the Parliament visit, but you can visit it after the tour by yourselves (all the visits are guided by the Parliament staff).

The tour ends in the Constitution Square.

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Sibiu Walking Tour

Sibiu Walking Tour - Sibiu, Romania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sibiu, Romania

From USD
$24.47

Take a 4 hours walking tour and uncover historical Sibiu and its fascinating past. The itinerary includes the three emblematic squares of the Old Town, the ruins of the fortified walls and state of the art churches and monuments. 

The tour follows the historical events in a chronological order, starting with the end of the 12th century when the city known back then as  Vila Hermani was founded by the German colonists - known as the Transylvanian Saxons -  who settled in this part of the region. 

This is the perfect tour for curious travelers who want to make the most out of their time in Sibiu.

The tour starts and ends in the Large Square.

The Large Square

The postcard image of Sibiu, the Large Square is the biggest of all the historical spaces in the Upper Town. Today, the Large Square is an open-air exhibition of fine Baroque-style monuments like the must-visit Brukenthal Museum and many more aristocratic residences from the past centuries ... More info ›

Take a 4 hours walking tour and uncover historical Sibiu and its fascinating past. The itinerary includes the three emblematic squares of the Old Town, the ruins of the fortified walls and state of the art churches and monuments. 

The tour follows the historical events in a chronological order, starting with the end of the 12th century when the city known back then as  Vila Hermani was founded by the German colonists - known as the Transylvanian Saxons -  who settled in this part of the region. 

This is the perfect tour for curious travelers who want to make the most out of their time in Sibiu.

The tour starts and ends in the Large Square.

The Large Square

The postcard image of Sibiu, the Large Square is the biggest of all the historical spaces in the Upper Town. Today, the Large Square is an open-air exhibition of fine Baroque-style monuments like the must-visit Brukenthal Museum and many more aristocratic residences from the past centuries. The space of the Square is also representative for the religious diversity of Sibiu that once meant powerful churches fighting for domination.

The Small Square 
The second fortification line from the Upper Town incorporated what we call today the Small Square, the place where Lower Town merchants sold their good in the medieval centuries. Some of the monuments here conserve even today the typical gallery architecture of the merchant houses.

Step on the famous Liars’ Bridge to reach the next attraction of the itinerary: Huet Square.

Huet Square
The oldest part of the Upper Tower and the place of the first fortification system, Huet Square is dominated by the Evangelical Church, an imposing monument built during several centuries, the legacy of the German colonist who founded Sibiu centuries ago.

Old streets and churches

Walk on some of the oldest streets in the city, discovering many old and interesting monuments. Not to mention, more of the old religious monuments in Sibiu: Ursulinelor Church, the Orthodox Cathedral and the Catholic Church.

Cetatii Street
One of the iconic streets in Sibiu, this part of the Upper Town preserves centuries-old defensive towers equipped for artillery fights. It’s part of the last fortification system built to protect the city. 

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