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Bucharest sightseeing tour
The best way to fully appreciate Bucharest is to spend a full day of in-depth exploring. We stroll on the major boulevards, starting with the huge Civic Center, where we make a stop for a visit of the impressive Parliament Palace, up the Triumph Arch. Here we pay a visit to the open air Village Museum, were we can admire village architecture and crafts from all over Romania. see all tour details>>

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Romanian tours:
Dracula Tour
Departure for Bucharest with a necessary stop to Bran Castle. With its medieval atmosphere, this castle came to be connected with the legend of Dracula the Vampire.

Transilvania Tour
Departure from Bucharest to Sibiu. Arrival and check-in at hotel in Sibiu. Walking city tour visiting Council Tower, Stairs and Gates, Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Cathedral, Lies' Bridge.

Prahova Valley Tour
visit of Sinaia mountain resort, including Peles Castle, lunch to Palace restaurant, sightseeing tour of Brasov, accommodation in Poiana/Sportul Hotel in Poiana Brasov.

Bucovina Monasteries Tour
Often called "the Sixtine Chapel of the East", Voronet's frescoes are painted in a unique shade of blue known to painters throughout the world as Voronet Blue. Sightseeing tour of Suceava , including the Citadel.

Brancusi Tour
... morning city tour of Tg.Jiu, focussing on the open air sculpural complex Constantin Brancusi : Table of Silence, Gate of Kiss and The Endless Column.

...Arrival in Bucharest: dinner at Terasa Doamnei (folk show from 18.30, Romanian pop music after 21.30). O/N at Central 3* hotel in Bucharest.

Bucharest Tours

Bucharest Sightseeing Tour

Private city tour in Bucharest, sightseeing and excursions in Romania offered directly by professional tour guide.

Tour information:

Half day tour(4 - 5 hours)

Route: Bucharest Civic Center - The Parliament House - Piata Unirii - Hanul lui Manuc ( the old Bucharest) - Bucharest University - Magheru Bd. - Piata Romana - Piata Victoriei - The Village museum Bucharest - Arcul de Triumf - Kisseleff Bd. - Victory Road - George Enescu Museum - The Art Museum - The Military National Circle - Romanian Opera - Cotroceni Palace.

Services: English/French Guide; transport by car/minibus/bus;

Optional: Lunch ~ 10 - 12 euro/pax.

Not included in price: entrance fees at museums.

The best way to fully appreciate Bucharest is to spend a full day of in-depth exploring. We stroll on the major boulevards, starting with the huge Civic Center, where we make a stop for a visit of the impressive Parliament Palace, up the Triumph Arch. Here we pay a visit to the open air Village Museum, were we can admire village architecture and crafts from all over Romania. After lunch, that will be served in a pleasant atmosphere, we rejoin our tour and see other perts of the city, ending with the old part of the town, trying to the find the ruins of the Old Court Inn, a former caravansary and reopened as a hotel-restaurant. Here you will end your and we expect that you succeeded to build an image of Bucharest, the Romanian capital.
- Civic Center, Parliament Palace, University Square
- Victory Road, Triumph Arch, Village Museum, Free Press House
- Romanian Television Headquarter, Kogalniceanu Square
- Romanian Opera House, Botanical Garden, Cotroceni Palace
- Old Court, Manuc's Inn

Bucharest civic center:
The "Civic Center" is a portion of Bucharest which was completely rebuilt as part of the scheme of systematization under the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
Bucharest Civic Center includes numerous government offices and apartments, the latter being roughly equal in number to the housing units destroyed for its construction. The apartments were originally intended to house Romania's communist elite, but the completed complex is a rather bland and unappealing neighborhood, certainly not a preferred residence for the city's new capitalist elite, with the possible exception of buildings that look out on the now-bustling Unirea Square, where the Civic Center bisects the Dâmbovita River, which is channelled underground past the Square.

The Parliament Palace:
Beginning in 1972, Ceausescu instituted a program of systematization. Promoted as a way to build a "multilaterally developed socialist society," the program of demolition, resettlement, and construction began in the countryside, but culminated with an attempt to completely remodel the country's capital. Over one fifth of central Bucharest, including churches and historic buildings, was demolished during Ceausescu's rule in the 1980s, to rebuild the city in a socialist style. Many people died during the erection of The People's House ("Casa Poporului") in Bucharest, now the Parliament House, the world's second largest building after The Pentagon.

University square:
University Square is the place in central Bucharest where students were shot dead during Romania's 1989 anti-communist revolution.

Victory road:
Calea Victoriei (Avenue of Victory), on the site of the wood-paved Podul Mogosoaiei, has been Bucharest's most fashionable street since boyars first built their residences along it.

The Village Museum Bucharest:
The Village Museum, lying in a specific romanian setting, on the Herăstrău lake shore in Bucharest, is one of the biggest and the oldest outdoors museum in Europe.
Bucharest's museums are a destination in themselves, especially the open - air Muzeul Satului (Village Museum) in the Herastrau Park near the Arcul de Triumf.
If you have afull day at your disposal, you can combine Bucharest Sightseeing tour with Bucharest surroundings tour.

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Tour Rates (per person)
Price 1-3 pers: 50
Price 4-6 pers 45
Price 7-14 pers 35
Price 15-40 pers 25

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Brasov hotels
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Sibiu hotels
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Sighisoara hotels
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Iasi hotels
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Timisoara hotels
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Constanta hotels
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Suceava hotels
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