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Discovery Bucharest in Half Day Tour

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Discover in half a day: the history, culture and best sights of Bucharest
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Tour Details

4 hours

You may be staying in Bucharest but have you taken the time to truly get to know it yet? During this spectacular Bucharest city tour, you will discover some of the most intriguing things to do in Bucharest, experience the culture of the city, and learn about some of its most important moments throughout history.
The first stop will allow you to witness traditional Romanian peasant life in the Village Museum, one of the biggest and most impressive open-air museums in Europe.

You should take a moment to gaze upon Constitution Square, which has an excellent view of the Palace of Parliament – the world’s largest, heaviest, and most expensive administrative building – and stand in Revolution Square, where the end of communist rule was declared in December 1989. Your tour will take you around the many twists and turns of the historical center of Bucharest and introduce you to its charm and elegance, as well as some of its major attractions. Keep an eye out for the Arch of Triumph, the House of the Free Press, Victory Square, the Romanian Athenaeum, University Square, Romana Square and, all of which can be admired as your tour passes by.

Why not come and explore the delights and the rich heritage of Bucharest for yourself

Price Includes

  • Entrance ticket for the Village Museum
  • Pick-up/ drop-off

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenditures


– Visit Village Museum – one of the largest and most charming open-air museums in Europe
– Kretulescu Church – one of the best-preserved and most representative places of worship in Bucharest
– Constitution Square with an excellent view of The Palace of Parliament – the world’s largest, heaviest and most expensive administrative building
– Stop in the Revolution Square, the place which marked the end of the communist period in December 1989