Bucharest is an eclectic city, a place of business, party, art and contrasts, with a population of over 4 million people.
45 years of Communist rule changed the aspect of the city dramatically, but still, traces of the old, bohemian times can be found, especially in the French architecture of the residential districts and the famous medieval churches, along with Dracula`s court ruins that still survive throughout the Romanian capital.
The Bucharest city Tour includes:
- The Atheneum – city`s symbol and the most famous concert hall
- Revolution Square – where the 1989 anti – Communist revolt went nationwide
- Museum of National Contemporary Art, former Royal Palace
- Old City and Old Court of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula legend inspiration) – includes Manuc`s Inn and Stavropoleos Church
- Palace of Parliament (famously known as Ceausescu`s Palace or People`s Palace – the second largest building in the world)
- Romanian Patriarchal Church and Palace– the most important Romanian Orthodox Church, house of Romanian head of the Church
- Cotroceni Residential District and Military Academy
- Village Museum (amazingly beautiful old village houses from all regions of the country)
- Arch of Triumph and Press Square
DISCLAIMER: The information presented here is only a suggestion and does not represent a travel package. The presented tour can be made with different providers’ services.