Belle Epoque palaces / Hidden spots / Old Town & Victoria Avenue
Bucharest Must See Tour
Get ready for an amazing day full of fascinating stories and typical Bucharest contrasts. Discover must see attractions, as well as hidden gems and enjoy a taste of the Romanian cuisine at a cozy local restaurant.
Go to the must see attractions in Bucharest
Admire the second largest administrative building in the world, the Parliament Palace
Discover the history of Bucharest and Romania from the Antiquity to the present day
Experience all sides of Bucharest’s contrasting architecture: medieval Oriental inns, Belle Epoque palaces, communist structures
Go off the beaten path to visit a few hidden spots in the center of the city
for family / couple / friends – no more than 10 people
5 – 6 Hours
Daily – flexible starting times
English, German, Italian, Spanish, French
The Romanian Athenaeum – meeting point and first stop
Equestrian Statue Of King Carol
Old Town Bucharest
Local professional guide
Private tour – only you and your friends or family
Three-course Romanian meal, house beer or soft drink in a local restaurant
Tourist map of Bucharest
Traditional Romanian souvenir for each participant
Additional food and drink other than already specified
What You Can Expect
At the top of the list of Bucharest must see attractions is the iconic Romanian Athenaeum building. In contrast, just across the avenue, you will find the Revolution Square, the former headquarters of the Communist Party.
Therefore, here is the best place to hear intriguing stories about monarchy and war, as well as the rise and fall of the infamous dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu.
Next, take in the beauty of the Belle Epoque by having a stroll down Calea Victoriei avenue down to the romantic Cismigiu Garden.
At the same time we will get closer to the number one Bucharest must see attraction, the biggest administrative building in Europe, the Palace of the Parliament.
It’s time for a well deserved break. A splendid old Romanian style house which was turned into a welcoming restaurant will introduce you to the delicious Romanian cuisine.
In the second half of the tour, we will enjoy a panoramic view of Bucharest from the top of a hill. Here stands the superb 17th century Patriarchal Cathedral of Romania was built.
To conclude the tour, we will walk on the quaint cobblestone streets of the Old Town.
Therefore, be prepared for the wildest medieval tales, Oriental inns, small 19th century merchant houses and imposing palaces. Above all, here is also where you will find the Old Court, a 15th century ruin where Dracula used to reside.
Prices and Booking
Dear guests! Our policy is to offer the best quality tours at the most competitive prices
42 €/ person
2 - 3 people
20 €/ person
4 - 8 people
17 €/ person
A minimum of 2 participants is required to organise the tour
For groups bigger than 8 people, please contact us for a personalized offer