Take this tour and get to rejoice in all Bucharest’s little treasures! There is a good reason why Bucharest was called “little Paris” even from 40 years ago. This city is filled with attractions that catch the eye. Along the oldest road in the city(Calea Victoriei) you’ll take a look at The Royal Palace, The Revolution Square, the first saving Bank and the National Military Circle. Next stop is at the largest administrative building in the world, The Palace of Parliament. This building houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, three museums and an international conference center. After this visit, we’ll continue with Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral built in 1655 and then we will enjoy the charms of the historical center that houses the last vestiges of The Old Princely Court. Afterwards, we will cross the entire city to take a visit to the Village Museum.This open-air ethnographic museum is located in the Herăstrău Park, showcasing traditional Romanian village life.