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Carol Park (Liberty Park) Tours

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Carol Park (Liberty Park)
With a history dating back to the early 1900s, Carol Park (Liberty Park) is one of Bucharest’s oldest parks, built by French designer Eduard Redont to mark the Jubilee of King Carol I. With its glittering lake, tree-lined esplanade and landscaped gardens sprawling over 30 hectares in South Budapest, the park offers an idyllic retreat from the city, with ample space for walking, cycling and sports.  

The park is also home to a number of important monuments and has been listed as a National Historic monument since 2004. Most notable is the Mausoleum, originally built as a communist monument and later transformed into a WWI memorial, fronted by the Monument of the Unknown Soldier. Additional highlights include the early 20th-century Tepes Castle and a series of statues, including Filip Marin’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and the ‘Giant’s’ by Dumitru Paciurea and Frederic Storck.

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Carol Park (Liberty Park) is located close to Tineretului Park, just south of central Bucharest.
Address: Sector 4, Bucharest, Romania
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6 Hour PRIVATE Bucharest City Tour

Get a comprehensive overview of Bucharest on a six-hour sightseeing tour. Listen as your guide narrates each point of interest, including the Romanian Athenaeum and Patriarchal Church. Travel back in time at the open-air Village Museum and immerse yourself in the historical Romanian way of life.  Private transportation takes you from place to place, allowing you to cover more attractions from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Duration: 6 hours
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Private Food & Dracula Tour in Bucharest

Romania is known for its history, legends, and cuisine, but appreciating all 3 can be tricky on limited time. Avoid the hassle of advanced planning on a comprehensive tour of the capital, and gain insight into Romania’s cultural heritage as you tick off historic landmarks, sample regional delicacies, and hear about the country’s vampire mythology, over just a few hours.
  • Duration: 5 hours
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How Bucharest became the Little Paris

Get off the beaten path in Bucharest while walking with a guide on this half-day tour focused on the Romanian capital's less-known attractions. Listen to your guide's engaging commentary on the history of 19th-century Romania and its society, economy, and architecture while walking through Carol Park and around the Patriarchal Cathedral.
  • Duration: 3 hours
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Amazing Communist Tour of Bucharest

Learn about the life in communist era of Romania in this city tour of Bucharest. You will check the buildings and monuments that testify the existence of communist in the Capital. See the Parliament Palace (from the outside), the heaviest building on Earth and the second administrative large building, after the Pentagon. You will see important buildings in the 45 years before 1989. You will stop in the Revolution Square and learn about the moments that occured the free life of Romanian, in December 1989. You will visit a district built in the Communist era. You will hear stories about how was life in the 70s and 80s from the guide who lived in that era and much more. Also, you will have stories about the Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu and his horrible wife Elena. Step back in time as your guide recounts everyday life in the Cold War. You will visit the Ceausescu House, the place where Ceausescu family lived before 1989.
  • Duration: 3 hours
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