A walking tour of Bucharest’s museums and galleries is ideal for anyone who appreciates both traditional and contemporary art. Bucharest, one of Europe’s most enchanting capital cities! The capital of Romania is referred to as “Little Paris,” as all Romanians would tell you. Was Bucharest a Roman city at one time? What qualifies as modern art in Romania? Are you prepared to be thrilled by modern art at the George Enescu National Museum? Walking through the Old City’s peaceful and picturesque Art Deco villa-lined streets will leave you stunned. You will tour the National History Museum, National Art Museum, National Art Galleries, and the Houses of Parliament with a charming local guide.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Micul Museum ticket 5$
  • Romanian National Museum of Art 5.2$
  • George Enescu National Museum 1.3$
  • Grigore Antipa National Museum 4.5$

Route & Duration

3 hours
  • 1

    Micul museum

    The museum, which was first established by renowned photographer Eugen Ciocan, combines an antique gallery, a café, and a vintage photography studio. It was created as a getaway from the hectic, modern world and a return to a glorious era of extravagance and beauty.

  • 2

    Romanian National Museum of Art

    The largest collection of Romanian, European, and Oriental art is kept at the National Museum of Art. Romanian medieval and modern art and the European Art Gallery are both housed in Bucharest's former Royal Palace.

  • 3

    George Enescu National Museum

    The Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor, and teacher George Enescu is the subject of a museum in Bucharest called the George Enescu Museum. The Cantacuzino Palace, which has an Art Nouveau-inspired entrance, is home to the National Museum "George Enescu."

  • 4

    Grigore Antipa National Museum

    One of Romania's oldest centers for studying biodiversity and educating the public is the Antipa Museum. It also boasts one of the most well-liked collections of really well-made displays of any museum in the nation.

Meeting Point

Guiide will meet you near the entrance to Micul museum. Address: Micul Paris, Strada Smârdan 16, București 030167.
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.