The best of Bucharest Walking tour
Have you heard that Bucharest Old Town is the youngest Old Town in the world? The redevelopment of Center Vechi was really successful- this area of jumping, street 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, whom you probably know 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, and the Romanian village museum.
You have to pay extra for the entrance fee to the Palace of Parliament.
- Professional local tour guide
- Palace of the Parliament Admission Fees
- NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ROMANIAN HISTORY Admission Fees
- ROMANIAN ATHENAEUM Admission Fees
Route & Duration
Palace of the Parliament
Known as "the People's House", PALACE OF THE PALIAMENT is a magnificent parliamentary palace located in Dealul Arsenalului in the heart of Bucharest. The Parliament Palace is one of Romania's most iconic architecture and hence is worth a wide visit.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ROMANIAN HISTORY
The National Museum of Romanian History, located in Calea Victoriei in Bucharest, hosts a number of spectacular exhibits that tell the fascinating story of Romanian history. This museum is an excellent educational site that will nurture a deeper appreciation of today's Bucharest and Romania.
The CEC Palace remains Bucharest's iconic architectural landmark, and is the venue for many important events in the heart of the city. Opposite the National Museum of Romanian History in Calea Victoriei is a place worth visiting, especially if you appreciate fine architecture. It is considered one of Bucharest's most beautiful buildings.
On the square you'll find the former palace that now houses the National Museum of Art. You'll also find the Athenaeum, a stunning neoclassical concert hall and the magnificent Bucharest University Library.
Bucharest’s National Museum of Art
The Bucharest National Museum of Art is Romania's largest and most stunning collection of art. This is an opportunity to use the building's interior that is breath-takingly beautiful, and learn a thing or two about Romania's royal history and what happened after the revolution
The Athenaeum is greeted by a statue of the famous Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu and is surrounded by a beautiful park area with spectacular gardens. Keep an eye out for the Philharmonic's awe-inspiring performance, or take a tour of the façade, interior decoration and the beautiful gardens of the Athenaeum by any means.
By the main entrance to the Palace of Parliament (Strada Izvor 2-4, București, Romania). See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.