Panoramic Bucharest Walking Tour
|Let us take you through a trip in time and the history of the Romanian capital. Do you know why Bucharest was called “Little Paris”? What is the story behind Arch of Triumph? Have you ever heard about the Village Museum, one of the world’s most interesting ethnographical parks in the open air? Here you can see 50 complete homesteads, churches, windmills, and even sunken houses from rural Romania. With a local charismatic guide, you will visit The Revolution Square, one of the city’s most important squares, surrounded by emblematic buildings such as The Athenee Palace, the Romanian Athaeneum, the Royal Palace, and Library, King Carol The 1st Statue. You will hear stories and secrets about Patriarchal Church, the majestic center of the Romanian Orthodox faith, Carol Park with the Mausoleum and Eternal Flame monument, Palace of Parliament, also called the House of People.
You have to pay extra for admission to Casino Partouche – Athenee Palace Hilton.
By the main entrance Palace of the Parliament (Strada Izvor 2-4, București, Romania).