Have you heard that the Bucharest Old Town is the youngest Old Town in the world? Sound funny, right? The redevelopment of Centru Vechi was really successful- this area if jumping: streets bars, restaurants, kebab shops, and pumping music, all housed in grand buildings. The walking tour in Bucharest will take you through the 500 years of history from Vlad the Impaler, you probably know him better as Dracula, to the Revolution in the 19th century. Have you ever heard Bucharest’s nickname? Why is this city called “little Paris”? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about the Palace of the parliament, the revolution square, the Romanian village museum.

You have to pay extra for the entrance fee to the Palance of Parliament.

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Duration

Duration
Duration
2 hours

Additional Information

You have to pay extra for the entrance fee to the Palance of Parliament.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance to the Palace of Parliament (Strada Izvor 2-4, București, Romania). See Map