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The Complete Walking Tour of Bucharest

The Complete Walking Tour of Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$56.07

This walking city tour of Bucharest offers the complete experience for first-time visitors looking to see the most important monuments of the capital. This tour combines major landmarks with more local attractions so you can have the best view of Romania's vibrant capital. The itinerary follows the history of Bucharest, from the old medieval court where the famous Vlad the Impaler ruled centuries ago to the monumental architectural creations from the capital's Belle Epoque days and its more recent communist heritage ... More info ›

This walking city tour of Bucharest offers the complete experience for first-time visitors looking to see the most important monuments of the capital. This tour combines major landmarks with more local attractions so you can have the best view of Romania's vibrant capital. The itinerary follows the history of Bucharest, from the old medieval court where the famous Vlad the Impaler ruled centuries ago to the monumental architectural creations from the capital's Belle Epoque days and its more recent communist heritage.

Essentially a walking itinerary with only small parts done by car, this tour is a wonderful first encounter with one of the most interesting and authentic capitals in Europe. Plus, the tour is done by a professional local guide with a solid history background who will give you many interesting details about the city.

This Bucharest city tour offers a complete experience of the city, including many must-see attractions, from popular to more local landmarks. The tour starts at 9 am.

The Palace of the Parliament

Locally known as the ‘House of the People’, the Palace of the Parliament is the most famous landmark of Romania’s communist period and the second largest administrative building in the world.The construction is truly monumental with more than 1,000 rooms with hand-made decorations from the finest and most expensive materials, including 1 million cubic meters of marble and 3,5 tonnes of crystal.

After the visit, 20 minutes walk to the Old City Center.

The Old Town

Conserving some of the oldest monuments in the capital, but also lively streets packed with hundreds of bars and clubs, this otherwise small part of Bucharest is one of its most vibrant stops and a must of any history tour. You'll see key historical landmarks like the former Palace of the Post (now the National Museum of History), the National Bank of Romania, the Macca-Villacrosse passage, centuries old churches and inns.

The University and the 21st of December Squares

Only steps away from the Old City Center, the University Square and the 21st of December Squares are toured before stopping for lunch. You'll see two of the most important squares in the city, one for its architecture and the other one for its symbolic connections to the Revolution of December 1989.

Victoriei Avenue

After lunch it's time to walk on the most historical street in Bucharest and the best witness of the most glorious period of Bucharest. Its main attractions include the CEC Palace, the Military Club, the Atheneum, the Palace of Cantacuzino or the Revolution Square where Nicolae Ceausescu held his last speech in December 1989.

Subway ride for just one station to reach the next attraction.

The Village Museum

One of the main cultural attractions in Bucharest, the Village Museum recreates for the visitor the past three centuries of the Romanian village, displaying hundreds of traditional houses and authentic elements of rural life.

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Extended Walking Tour of Bucharest

Extended Walking Tour of Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$34.93

If you want to visit the less known and the most beautiful sides of Bucharest then it’s time to gather your friends and family to join us on this walking tour. This guided tour of Bucharest will offer you the opportunity to spend a couple of hours walking around in a park, visit a famous outdoor museum, ride the subway and last but not the least explore the landmarks of Romania’s capital.

In the first part of the tour we offer you the opportunity to enjoy a walk in one of the greenest area of Bucharest ... More info ›

If you want to visit the less known and the most beautiful sides of Bucharest then it’s time to gather your friends and family to join us on this walking tour. This guided tour of Bucharest will offer you the opportunity to spend a couple of hours walking around in a park, visit a famous outdoor museum, ride the subway and last but not the least explore the landmarks of Romania’s capital.

In the first part of the tour we offer you the opportunity to enjoy a walk in one of the greenest area of Bucharest. Herăstrău Park is the largest park situated in the northern part of Bucharest and is considered by many to be the “lung” of this area. Herăstrău represents a major attraction both for locals and tourists, being an ideal place for practicing different types of outdoor activities or simply to get to relax by taking long walks.

Later on, you will explore the National Village Museum “Dimitrie Gusti”, a museum loved both by the locals but also by the foreigners for its beautiful showcase of how the life of the Romanian peasants used to be and to revive the old country life atmosphere which gives a sense of perfect harmony and balance with the world.

Following your visit of the museum, your private guide will take you to the Kiseleff Avenue at the Romanian Arch of Triumph and then you will walk back to the Aviatorilor Metro Station in order to get to the center of Bucharest.
After a short ride with the subway you will reach the University Square where you will begin a tour of exploring the city center, including the old city center of Bucharest and the most important surrounding landmarks.

Your private tour guide will present you the history of the city from its early beginnings to the present day during this particular tour. The adventure will end with the most famous building of Bucharest, the Palace of Parliament which is regarded as the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon.

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Bucharest Crash Course - Old Town Bike Tour

Bucharest Crash Course - Old Town Bike Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$23.36

If you got pass the title with no bruises find out this bike tour is probably the best way to start your stay in Bucharest. We welcome you for a short introduction to Romania and Bucharest where we get to discover the city’s multiple faces along time and discuss its future.
You’re among friends so relax, hop on a bike and take it easy ... More info ›

If you got pass the title with no bruises find out this bike tour is probably the best way to start your stay in Bucharest. We welcome you for a short introduction to Romania and Bucharest where we get to discover the city’s multiple faces along time and discuss its future.
You’re among friends so relax, hop on a bike and take it easy. Let’s enjoy Bucharest together !
• Starting time :10:00 Mo-Su
• Duration : Around 2 hours
• Inclusions : Bike, guide and bottle of water
• Meeting place : St Anthony Square (Piata Sfantul Anton), at the entrance in Manuc’s Inn (Hanul lui Manuc).
Highlights
• House of the People
• Revolution Sq
• Victory Way
• Manuc’s Inn
• Stavrolopoleos Convent
• Unirii Bvd (Victory of Socialism Bvd)

We start our itinerary by exploring what Bucharest meant in the old times, the Ottoman period. Covering the "Old town" more or less chronologically we'll jump to the time we struggled to me known as Little Paris. As we imported western models we'll have a look at what this meant for the city and it's people.
Finally we'll talk about the 1989 Revolution on the spot where it actually happened. (Booing is allowed and encouraged :) ).
The tour will end with a look at Bucharest literally biggest landmark - the amazing (we'll let you decide in which way amazing) House of the People aka Palace of the Parliament.
Tour ends at Manuc's Inn where we can stay for a beer and further chat about the city.

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Bucharest Bike Tour - City of Contrasts

Bucharest Bike Tour - City of Contrasts - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$35.04

While Bucharest might seem very far from a cyclist heaven, we invite you to join this unique green Bucharest bike tour covering the most important landmarks of communist times put next to the bourgeoisie monuments of what was once known as The Little Paris.

  • Starting time 15:00 Mo-Su
  • Duration  Around 4 hours (including one snack break)
  • Inclusions  Bike, guide, snack and bottle of water
  • Meeting place  Charles de Gaulle Sq, at the entrance in Herastrau park, in front of Charles de Gaulle statue. Look for our distinctive green outfit

We start the tour in one of the most loved parks of Bucharest – Herastrau.
It is by far the best place to be in the sometimes hot afternoons of Bucharest ... More info ›

While Bucharest might seem very far from a cyclist heaven, we invite you to join this unique green Bucharest bike tour covering the most important landmarks of communist times put next to the bourgeoisie monuments of what was once known as The Little Paris.

  • Starting time 15:00 Mo-Su
  • Duration  Around 4 hours (including one snack break)
  • Inclusions  Bike, guide, snack and bottle of water
  • Meeting place  Charles de Gaulle Sq, at the entrance in Herastrau park, in front of Charles de Gaulle statue. Look for our distinctive green outfit

We start the tour in one of the most loved parks of Bucharest – Herastrau.
It is by far the best place to be in the sometimes hot afternoons of Bucharest. Here we’ll just take advantage of the shade and the breeze as we’re on bikes:)

From the park we have a short look at the Village Museum and head to the House of Free Press formerly known as The House of the Spark (one of the main Communist Journals). After analyzing how Romanian Society changed through the power of media to create and impose models we’ll bike south to The very “Parisian” Arch of Triumph.

A relaxing ride on the green Kiseleff “Embassy Road” will lead us in the vicinity of Eternal snoring source – the Palace of the Government in Victory Square. By far more interesting are the 2 nearby museums which we’ll discuss – The Peasant Museum (click here for virtual tour) and the Geology Museum.

Crossing Victory Square we’ll head towards Romana Sq. and right after we grab some local pies we stop in front of our pride – The Atheneum where the Philharmonic performs. It is an extremely loved, which could seem quite odd given the lack of popularity of classical music today. After we get out of this dilemma we plunge in an deeper one – 1989 Revolution against the Communist Regime which concluded (perhaps a bit cynical) in a very costly change of a Political Party name – more than 1200 people lost their lives in mainly 2 weeks.

We leave the Revolution Square and after we pass the oldest public garden of the city (Cismigiu Park) we stop for a chat in the “shadow” of a White Elephant – The Palace of the Parliament formerly House of the People. To feel it’s size we’ll bike in front of it to understand also what it meant for the people we are going to have a look behind the facades and discover a more than 300 years old Monastery – perfect setting for a discussion about church – state relation in the past times.

Close to the end we’ll have the biggest “challenge” of the day – go up the hill (in Bucharest every 15 mtrs gain of altitude is considered a hill) on the top of which we’ll find the currently Heroes Monument in Carol Park.

Downhill to the finish and after about 4h and 20km of biking, talking and especially smiling you can say you took the time to fall in love with Bucharest.

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Bucharest Full Day City Tour

Bucharest Full Day City Tour - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$70.09

Enjoy a full day tour of sightseeing in Bucharest specifically designed for those who are just passing through and want to get the most out of what Bucharest has to offer. This tour will take you along the paths of some of the most famous sights of the city sucha s the palace parliament, the village museum an the patriarchal church.

The tour includes visits to:
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Enjoy a full day tour of sightseeing in Bucharest specifically designed for those who are just passing through and want to get the most out of what Bucharest has to offer. This tour will take you along the paths of some of the most famous sights of the city sucha s the palace parliament, the village museum an the patriarchal church.

The tour includes visits to:
1. The Palace of Parliament: Also known as the House of the People (in communist times) this building is the second largest of it's kind in the world. It was constructed at the end of the 1980s, together with the grand boulevards in the city centre area. For it’s construction, 21 churches, 40.000 houses and 1 stadium were demolished. The inside is decorated like a 19th century palace, all the rooms being marble plated, with silk tapestries and 2800 chandeliers.

2. The Village Museum: This meseum exhibits traditional Romanian households from centuries ago. It is the second largest outdoor museum of Europe. Each individual house comes from a different area of Romania. The visitors literally visits Romania, while still not leaving Bucharest.

3.The Patriarchal Church is the main church of the country, one can say it is the equivalent of the Vatican for the Catholic Church.The 400 year old church shows a great frescoes of the Judgment Day on its front wall, while the inside has gold decoration worthy of the most important church of the country.

Between these landmarks, you will see the beautiful Victory Avenue, oldest boulevard of the city. In the center stop to hear about Revolution Square, the place from where Ceausescu held his famous last speech.The memorial and nearby buildings still bear the scars of the bullets fired in December 1989. Also drive alongside the Dambovita River, heading to the Military Academy, where the communist made bas-relief will show the strong propaganda of those days.
Your tour ends with an early afternoon drop off at your hotel.

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Iasi Full-Day Bike Tour

Iasi Full-Day Bike Tour - Iași, Romania

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Iași, Romania

From USD
$70.09

Enjoy a fun bike tour in Romania discovering some of the most interesting points of interest such as Palace of Culture Iasi, Galata, Cetatuia, Barnova Monasteries, Hamak and Ciric Recreational Areas.

Joining our biking tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the hilly position of Iasi, the Moldavian region’s capital.

The 7 hills on which the city was built, had an important part in the region’s history, leaving its marks on the town. The main attractions consist of religious monuments, the archaeological sites and the bellevue points.

As you learn about the city’s history you will discover the bohemian atmosphere present in the town’s old parts and surroundings but also the animated occidental lifestyle.

This tour’s difficulty is above average both from the point of view of the length and of the hilly landscape, but it offers cyclists the possibility of exploring Iasi from above its 7 hills in a different manner.

The main points of interest that you will discover in this tour are Palace of Culture, Galata, Cetatuia, Barnova Monasteries, Hamak and Ciric Recreational Areas.

Starting point: Palace of Culture at 09:00 AM

Elevation gain: 700 m

Length: 50 km (can be shorten or extended depending on the level of fitness, weather etc.)

Difficulty: medium – difficult – the track goes on unpaved roads about 60% of its length ... More info ›

Enjoy a fun bike tour in Romania discovering some of the most interesting points of interest such as Palace of Culture Iasi, Galata, Cetatuia, Barnova Monasteries, Hamak and Ciric Recreational Areas.

Joining our biking tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the hilly position of Iasi, the Moldavian region’s capital.

The 7 hills on which the city was built, had an important part in the region’s history, leaving its marks on the town. The main attractions consist of religious monuments, the archaeological sites and the bellevue points.

As you learn about the city’s history you will discover the bohemian atmosphere present in the town’s old parts and surroundings but also the animated occidental lifestyle.

This tour’s difficulty is above average both from the point of view of the length and of the hilly landscape, but it offers cyclists the possibility of exploring Iasi from above its 7 hills in a different manner.

The main points of interest that you will discover in this tour are Palace of Culture, Galata, Cetatuia, Barnova Monasteries, Hamak and Ciric Recreational Areas.

Starting point: Palace of Culture at 09:00 AM

Elevation gain: 700 m

Length: 50 km (can be shorten or extended depending on the level of fitness, weather etc.)

Difficulty: medium – difficult – the track goes on unpaved roads about 60% of its length. The track is circular and can be shortened in any point of the trail.

Duration: 5-8 hours including visiting points of interest on the route and stops for eating and hydration.

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