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Sightseeing Tour of Bucharest by Night

Sightseeing Tour of Bucharest by Night - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$58.27

Enjoy Bucharest at night-time on this sightseeing tour by car combined with a walking tour of the Old Town. The tour provides an introduction to the main sights in the Romanian capital with views of the most beautifully lit places in the city.

The tour starts in the evening from your hotel where the guide will pick you up ... More info ›

Enjoy Bucharest at night-time on this sightseeing tour by car combined with a walking tour of the Old Town. The tour provides an introduction to the main sights in the Romanian capital with views of the most beautifully lit places in the city.

The tour starts in the evening from your hotel where the guide will pick you up. The sightseeing tour will include a drive through the city's most impressive parts including the center and the exclusive Northern area.

The tour by car will let you see the following sights from the outside: the Parliament Palace, the Triumphal Arch, the Victory Avenue, the Military Club, the Romanian Athenaeum, the Revolution Square and the Union Square with the large fountains.

In the second half of the tour, you will go with your guide on a walking tour on the quaint cobblestone streets in the Old Town. The main highlights here are: Manuc's Inn, the Princely Court, Stavropoleos Monastery, the National Bank, the oldest brewery in Bucharest and the Macca Villacrosse Passage.

If you happen to be book this tour of Bucharest during December and in the first weeks of January, you will get to see the spectacular Christmas lights which give the city a fairytale look.

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Communism Tour of Bucharest

Communism Tour of Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$22.14

In this 3-hour walking tour about communism, you'll discover the major landmarks and events of the communist period of history in Bucharest: the violent beginnings of the communist regime, the nationalization and forced demolition of thousands of houses, the Palace of the Parliament, the Ceausescu family and the anti-communist revolution of 1989.

This tour reveals the conflict between two worlds – Bucharest under the Communist regime and the relatively, peaceful and prosperous Bucharest of the inter war period. You will learn why Bucharest is such a striking mix of very different architectural styles, how each regime has left its mark on the city, how the city looked during the communist period and what it was like for people living in communist Romania.

Your guide will help to bring to life the anti-communist revolution and the fall of the Iron Curtain ... More info ›

In this 3-hour walking tour about communism, you'll discover the major landmarks and events of the communist period of history in Bucharest: the violent beginnings of the communist regime, the nationalization and forced demolition of thousands of houses, the Palace of the Parliament, the Ceausescu family and the anti-communist revolution of 1989.

This tour reveals the conflict between two worlds – Bucharest under the Communist regime and the relatively, peaceful and prosperous Bucharest of the inter war period. You will learn why Bucharest is such a striking mix of very different architectural styles, how each regime has left its mark on the city, how the city looked during the communist period and what it was like for people living in communist Romania.

Your guide will help to bring to life the anti-communist revolution and the fall of the Iron Curtain. You will enter lesser known charming inter war neighbourhoods, saved from the communist urban remodelling, as well as the remains of the Uranus Neighbourhood. You’ll learn about the most spectacular pieces of architecture and events of the communist history of Bucharest as well as the violent beginnings of the communist regime, the nationalization and forced demolition of homes, the Palace of Parliament, the Ceausescu family and the bloody anti-communist revolution of 1989.

The tour includes a short break at a cafe on the way, where guests can purchase drinks or snacks (own expense).

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How Bucharest became the Little Paris

How Bucharest became the Little Paris - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$22.14

Dive into the lesser-known parts of Bucharest to understand how the city transformed itself from a village-like town on the outskirts of the Ottoman Empire to the splendid and decadent city known as “the little Paris”. This small-group walking tour explores the history of the second half of 19th century, including its impact on Bucharest's architecture, economy, and society ... More info ›

Dive into the lesser-known parts of Bucharest to understand how the city transformed itself from a village-like town on the outskirts of the Ottoman Empire to the splendid and decadent city known as “the little Paris”. This small-group walking tour explores the history of the second half of 19th century, including its impact on Bucharest's architecture, economy, and society. During the 3-hour walk (with a short-break), we'll visit the picturesque neighborhoods around the Patriarchal Cathedral and Carol Park.

Meet your guide near the statue of Cuza, on Aleea Dealul Mitropoliei, and learn about the Revolution of 1848, and the wave of social, political, and economic transformations it triggered. Explore the pristine and beautiful Patriarchal hill, where the Christian Orthodox Church is headquartered. 

Descend into the historic neighborhood downhill, and discover the many exquisite examples of French-inspired architecture. You will also visit the interior of some of these buildings, discuss the style and building techniques, and get a better understanding of the living conditions in Bucharest towards the end of 19th century.

Head towards Carol Park, with its picturesque views, and learn about the series of political, economic and social changes that followed during King Carol's reign. If you're lucky, you might run into the flea-market organized by the entrance. There will be plenty of photo opportunities, as well, since Carol Park is home to one of Bucharest's seven hills. 

During the tour, there is also a short break for refreshments (drinks not included in the price).

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Half-Day Cluj-Napoca City Tour

Half-Day Cluj-Napoca City Tour - Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania

From USD
$17.48

Discover step by step the secrets of Cluj-Napoca, proclaimed city of arts and the European Capital of Youth.

You will meet your guide to kick off the tour in the largest city in Transylvania, and also known as the hub of IT and academic universities and institutions . It's full name is Cluj-Napoca, reminiscent of the Roman colony that settled in the second century A.D ... More info ›

Discover step by step the secrets of Cluj-Napoca, proclaimed city of arts and the European Capital of Youth.

You will meet your guide to kick off the tour in the largest city in Transylvania, and also known as the hub of IT and academic universities and institutions . It's full name is Cluj-Napoca, reminiscent of the Roman colony that settled in the second century A.D.
The Baroque-style architecture of the main attractions, mostly clustered around Union Square in the heart of the city, contribute to the bohemian atmosphere of Cluj.

The first stop will be at the Gothic Cathedral of St. Michael. You will see it's impressive spire towering 262 feet high, which dominates the downtown market. Next, you will see the Banffy Palace, home to the National Art Museum, and then you will head to the Old Town Hall, and the so-called Mirror Street where the buildings situated on the right are the reflection of the ones on the left side. At the end of the street you can admire the Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Theatre from the outside.

Main attractions
Gothic Cathedral of St. Michael - the second largest in Transylvania built in the Gothic style. It’s the most representative landmark for the city. You may even have a chance to witness a live religious service in the colossal building. Also you can admire beautiful medieval frescoes inside the cathedral.

Banffy Palace – National Art Museum
Another Gothic style building, the palace which belonged to the noble Banffy family. This palace hosts an art gallery inside the edifice’s walls, holding more than 200 paintings and 18 sculptures collected in 5 centuries. Before becoming a historical landmark, the building was protocol residence, a nationally-known casino, an apartment building, establishment for industrial companies and in 1925 even housed a cinema built in it's court.

Mirror Street
This street is as it's name says identical on both sides: all the elements seen on the left side are found the right side also. This place is unique in Europe and is right in the city center. It is a very fun place to take pictures!

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Rural Experience from Iasi

Rural Experience from Iasi - Iași, Romania
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Iași, Romania

From USD
$68.76

One day trip for a rural experience to visit an authentic rural experience in the company of friendly locals from Iasi.

You will meet with your guide and enjoy a day trip to one of the most beautiful regions in the country. Discover the wilderness of the Carpathians, the fresh air, the wonderful mountain landscapes and the serenity of this area.

We will start with a visit to Neamţ monastery, the oldest monastic establishment for monks which shelters an impressive, well-preserved library ... More info ›

One day trip for a rural experience to visit an authentic rural experience in the company of friendly locals from Iasi.

You will meet with your guide and enjoy a day trip to one of the most beautiful regions in the country. Discover the wilderness of the Carpathians, the fresh air, the wonderful mountain landscapes and the serenity of this area.

We will start with a visit to Neamţ monastery, the oldest monastic establishment for monks which shelters an impressive, well-preserved library. Nor far is the Neamt fortress – an important military and historical objective that survived the siege of Sultan Mehmed II, the conqueror of Constantinople. We will take a stroll up the hill and enjoy the beautiful view offered from this impressive fort. We will continue with a one of a kind experience: you will visit a bison reservations and have the opportunity to observe the wilderness. Our journey continues with a visit to Agapia, not only a charming church and a great tourist attraction but also an important center of promoting the traditional crafts. Be amazed by the picturesque traditional villages where time seems to be standing still. The locals still use horse-drawn carts and prepare food above an open fire with ingredients from their back yard. Witness their vivid tapestry of old customs, handicrafts and folklore by visiting the Nicolae Popa Museum. You will have the opportunity to study the symbols of the national costumes. Try on the traditional costumes and take pictures so you will have some one of a kind souvenirs!

Afterwards, you will be transferred back to Iasi.

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Private Tour: Full-Day Bucharest City Tour

Private Tour: Full-Day Bucharest City Tour - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 6 to 8 hrs
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$50.11

You will enjoy a few pleasant hours in the Romanian capital, an animated and modern city but you will also discover the powerful influences of the old days.

Meet your guide at your hotel and we’ll start exploring the city. Your first stop will be what is now the Palace of Parliament and in your full tour you will visit the huge marble halls generously decorated with works of art ... More info ›

You will enjoy a few pleasant hours in the Romanian capital, an animated and modern city but you will also discover the powerful influences of the old days.

Meet your guide at your hotel and we’ll start exploring the city. Your first stop will be what is now the Palace of Parliament and in your full tour you will visit the huge marble halls generously decorated with works of art. Afterwards you will have the opportunity to admire an amazing rooftop view from the People’s House terrace.

Lunch will be served in one of Romania’s finest traditional restaurants (own expense).

You will enter the bohemian atmosphere of the city created by the old buildings, narrow streets and chic little cafes in the town’s old historical center. On your panoramic tour you will see the National Theatre, the Triumphal Arch, the House of the Free Press and you’ll pass through 3 very important squares: University Square, Victory Square and Revolution Square. Your last stop will be at the Village Museum, a place of tradition and one of the biggest outdoor museums in Europe designed in rural architecture.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

The Palace of Parliament:

Also called the People’s House or the People’s Palace it combines Stalinist and Neoclassical architecture. This impressive construction was built during communist times and some people also refer to it as Ceausescu’s Palace, the famous Romanian dictator. It dominates in size, being the second largest building in the world according to the Guinness World Record Book after the Pentagon. The interior of the construction, structured in 21 bodies is also breathtaking because of the enormous and luxury halls and chambers.

The Village Museum:

Located in the heart of the city, in this outstanding outdoor museum you will find representatives from every region of the country consisting of traditionally furnished Romanian houses, churches, windmills and water mills. You will feel like you are in a real Romanian village when passing by the constructions built in the rural architecture style and animated by folk arts and crafts demonstrations.

University Square is the most important road junction of the capital being situated in the center of the city. The National Theatre, a baroque style building, is positioned in the close vicinity.

Victory Square is located at the intersection of important avenues. The most significant building located here is the headquarters of the Romanian Government.

Revolution Square is situated in the capital’s center and it was known as Palace Square until the 1989 Revolution against the communist regime. The National Museum of Art, the former Royal Palace, the Athenaeum and the Memorial of Rebirth are situated in this square.

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