During Bucharest city tour including a visit to the Village Museum (5-6 hours) you will get impressed by its attractions such as the Revolution Square, the Arch of Triumph, the Romanian Athenaeum, the Palace of Parliament, Ceausescu Couple’s Spring Palace, the Carol Park and of course the Village Museum. Moderate to medium physical demand is required (please consider that visiting the Palace of Parliament involves climbing quite a number of stairs; the tour is half-walking - half-driving). The tickets to the Village Museum, the Palace of Parliament, Ceausescu Family Residence and all food and drinks are not included in the price.Individual travel request form Enjoy a private tour Group travel request form Join a group tour
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Discover Bucharest city and its attractions such as the Arch of Triumph, the Romanian Athenaeum or the Palace of ParliamentBucharest
Let us take you through a trip in time and history - tell you the story why Bucharest was called "Little Paris" or "Paris of the East". During this tour, you will see the Arch of Triumph, a monument inaugurated on 1st December 1936 which glorifies the bravery of the Romanian soldiers who fought in the First World War. You will visit the Village Museum, one of the world's most interesting ethnographical parks in open air. Here you can see 50 complete homesteads, churches, windmills and even sunken houses from rural Romania. You will also pass by the Revolution Square, one of the city's most important squares, surrounded by emblematic buildings such as the Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel, built in 1883 next to the Romanian Athaeneum, the Royal Palace and Library, the Statue of King Carol I, etc. You will continue the tour with the Patriarchal Church, the majestic centre of the Romanian Orthodox faith. You more will visit Carol Park with the Mausoleum and Eternal Flame monument. Next, it's the Palace of Parliament, also called the House of People, built between 1984-1992, a must do in Bucharest.
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- Transportation during the entire itinerary by personal air conditioned car for up to 3 persons/hired minivan for larger groups;
- English/Romanian guided service;
- All parking fees and fuel.