Taste your way through Bucharest’s most charming and unusual ‘mahallas,’ or neighborhoods, on a small-group food tour. Venture beyond crowded squares and Communist architecture to discover the Romanian capital’s quieter, Belle Époque quarters, where Old World elegance meets bohemian flair. Along the way, pop in to lively markets, specialty shops, and cafes to sample the best of artisan Romanian cuisine like goats-milk cheese, cured meat, homemade bread, craft beer, and Wallachian doughnuts.
The Gothic landmarks of Transylvania are dark, dramatic, and dispersed throughout the region’s mountainous landscapes. Travel with ease between three Transylvania highlights, including Peles Castle and Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle), on this private full-day tour from Bucharest. Delve into legends of Dracula and Vlad the Impaler, and visit Brasov’s Black Church, an imposing 13th-century church. On this private tour, hotel pickup and drop-off in Brasov are included.
Explore Romania’s Black Sea coast on a full-day tour from Bucharest. Venture east through scenic Dobrogea, a region first colonised by the Greeks and Romans, and visit Constanta, one of the Black Sea’s oldest ports. Take a walking tour to view its seafront art nouveau Casino, Roman Mosaic, and Archaeology Museum before relaxing at the popular beach resort of Mamaia. Hotel pickup and drop-off included, with entrance fees at own expense.
Wander through Transylvania’s historic castles on this private day trip from Bucharest. See for yourself why Transylvania’s castles have amassed such an infamous reputation. Follow your knowledgeable guide through mysterious corridors, up spooky stairwells and into potentially haunted rooms. Along the way, you’ll learn the real stories behind these mythical buildings. See Bran Castle, where the legend of Dracula still lingers, and Peles Castle in Sinaia set in the enchanting Carpathian Mountains.
It can be hard to fully appreciate Bucharest’s rich history on a self-led tour. Orientate yourself in the city on a tour led by a local, and learn about the city’s past and present as you visit landmarks including the Princely Old Court, Church of St Anthony, and Stavropoleos Monastery. Save time with pickup and drop-off from selected central hotels, and choose between morning or afternoon departure to suit your schedule.
Whether you’re short on time in Bucharest or simply want to get your bearings in the capital city, a private 4- to 5-hour tour is sure to satisfy your travel needs. After convenient pickup from your hotel, join your guide for a tour of the grandiose Palace of Parliament. Later, see the highlights of the city center, including the Royal Palace, Revolution Square, and Calea Victoriei.
Trace the rise and fall of Communism in Romania on this walking tour of Bucharest. Learn how the Communist Party and the dictator Ceausescu seized power, controlled dissent and demolished huge swaths of the city to create distinctive architectural monuments. Visit political memorials and Communist-era landmarks to see how the regime and subsequent 1989 revolution have left a permanent mark on the city.
Discover the diverse and layered history of Bucharest on a 3-hour walking tour. Stroll with a knowledgeable guide through the capital’s most interesting neighborhoods, stopping along the way to hear local legends and historical anecdotes. See landmarks like the stunning Palace of Parliament, University Square and the Kretzulescu Church, and learn how the Cold War shaped the city’s landscape.
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. The capital of Romania has a rich history, a surprising architecture and a lot of touristic attractions that you have to discover. Book this amazing tour and get to know charming Bucharest like nobody managed to describe it before!
Explore the surroundings of Bucharest in this half day tour! Your tour guide will help you to discover Mogosoaia Palace with its Brancovan style, a unique Romanian architectural style in a mixt of Venetian and Otoman design elements. Learn more about the mystery of Dracula’s thomb at Snagov Monastery a 14th century monastery located on the island in the middle of Snagov Lake transformed by Vlad Dracula in a prison. If you want to discover the real facts and legends about Vlad Impaler and Count Dracula and see the surroundings of Bucharest book this half day tour now!
Skip the impersonal tourist excursions and enjoy an individualized experience on a private tour that explores the rise and fall of the Socialist Republic of Romania and its impact on the city itself. Visit landmarks including the Centrul Civic and the Old City, and listen as your guide shares insight into their architecture and symbolism. Save time finding a meeting point with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
It is called the greatest tour... because it is. It starts with a short, short story of our history. Don`t worry though, 2 millenias in 10 minutes is quite a performance. You`ll find out why we speak a latin language, yet we`re surrounded bu slavs. You`ll learn that we`re Romanians for a millenia and a half, yet a country for just one century. You`ll learn we had kings, some local, some foreigners, that we managed to unify our separated provinces, that we struggled to brind modernisation in a very medieval country. You`ll understand why we had communism, and what it meant. And see how „well” democary functioned for us.
And then we`ll walk, we`ll see a lot of gorgeous buildings and monuments, and we`ll connect their stories, with the history we learned in the beginning.
We`ll laught, we`ll talk, we`ll see the best places to eat, and we promice to answer all your questions. If we can, we`ll refund you.
Also, we guarantee these tours are done with small groups, no more than 7 people.
Discover Bucharest, a charming city full of contrasts imposing French style palaces alongside communist era buildings and glass office towers. Explore also the surroundings of Bucharest in this day tour! Your tour guide will help you to discover Mogosoaia Palace with its Brancovan style, a unique Romanian architectural style in a mixt of Venetian and Otoman design elements. Learn more about the mystery of Dracula’s thomb at Snagov Monastery a 14th century monastery located on the island in the middle of Snagov Lake transformed by Vlad Dracula in a prison.
Experience Bucharest from an insider’s perspective on a private, full-day tour of the intriguing capital’s highlights. Visit the city’s most interesting landmarks and neighbourhoods, from the bohemian-chic quarters of old town to the Stalinist-inspired grandeur of the Palace of Parliament. Stand in Revolution Square, get a sense of Romanian country life at the outdoor Village Museum and savour regional cuisine at a popular local restaurant. Throughout the day, learn about the city’s multilayered history and enjoy the personalised attention of a private guide.
Appreciating Bucharest’s unique history, culture, and landmarks can be tricky on a self-led excursion. Explore the Romanian capital on a private tour, and benefit from your guide’s undivided attention as you explore top sights such as the Palace of the Parliament, Revolution Square, and National Village Museum. Customize your departure to suit your schedule, and enjoy seamless transfer across the sprawling city by air-conditioned vehicle.
We know Bucharest is not by far as tempting as magical Transylvania or as adventurous as the wild Carpathians, but Romania’s capital has its own distinctive charm.
If you’re not in a hurry to judge a book by its cover, you’ll find a great destination with plenty to do and see .
From centuries-old churches to monumental landmarks before the First World War, from modernist constructions to communist architecture, Bucharest has maybe more contrasts than any other European capital.
The city’s architecture is the best witness of its history and you’ll easily find yourself visiting monuments built during the royal time and the World Record Palace of the Parliament in the same day while taking photos of Art Nouveau facades along the way.
Indulge a taste for the macabre with this 3-hour walking tour through Bucharest’s harrowing history. Uncover the city’s most sinister secrets, from the bloody battles of the Dark Ages to the brutal communist practices of the Cold War era. Visit the chilling Bellu Cemetery, stop for a drink in a former brothel and hear about ghastly local legends like the ‘Vampire of Bucharest.’ Not for the faint of heart!
If you’re a romantic at heart and want to go beyond the typical walking tour, take a 3-hour private Belle Époque tour of Bucharest. The tour begins with pickup from your hotel, followed by visits to Victory Boulevard, the Old City, and more. Along the way, your guide will tell you the storied history of the Belle Époque era in Bucharest and point out important architecture of the time.
Discover tucked-away pockets of Bucharest that even most locals don’t know about this 3-hour city tour. Travel off the beaten path to some of the city’s most charming and lesser-known historic neighborhoods while learning how layers of Romanian, Ottoman and communist influence have shaped the urban landscape. Experience the capital’s serene side with stops for snacks and refreshments in historic summer gardens and tea houses.
Start your day and discover together with your professional guide, the wonders of Bucharest, also called The Little Paris of the East. Your panoramic city tour includes stops and history lessons at very important sites and places only locals know. The Revolution Square - where you will enjoy a unique lecture about the communist system of Romania before 1989. The Constitution Square - where the Romania's Parliament is located, also known as House of the People, second largest building in the world and learn more about the project that changed the face of our capital in the 1980's. Take a visit to the place where religion comes to life in Bucharest - The Patriarchal Palace & Church dating back to the 17th Century.
Complete your visit of Romania's Capital with taking a tour in one of the most impressive open air ethnographic museums in the world where you can have an encounter with an authentic Romanian village rich in monuments and artifacts from the 17th to the 20th Century.
Explore Bucharest’s bohemian charm, oversized structures, and Communist legacy on a half-day city sightseeing tour. Get a taste for Romanian peasant life at the impressive, open-air Village Museum and stroll down charming Old World streets in the historic city center. Learn about Bucharest’s tumultuous modern history and see the lasting marks of Communism at Revolution Square and the world record–setting Palace of Parliament, built by former dictator Ceausescu.
Bucharest boasts many significant landmarks, but appreciating them all on a self-led tour can be difficult. Zip between highlights including the Old Court Palace & Church, Cișmigiu Gardens, and Palace of the Parliament on a bike tour, covering more distance in less time than possible by foot. Orientate yourself in the city and learn about its varied history from your guide.
"Welcome to Bucharest" Tuk-Tuk Tour is meant to be the funniest and most interactive tour you can have in Bucharest!
This is the first Tuk-Tuk service in the city and guarantees you a unique experience! With our Tuk-Tuk you'll feel better the city heat and you'll have the opportunity to be closer to all the major attractions of Bucharest!
If you spend only a limited time in Bucharest this is your first option to know the city!
Since the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, many visitors to Romania are intrigued by the country’s recent Communist history. Get a fascinating overview of how Communist rule shaped Bucharest with a full-day thematic city tour of Soviet-era landmarks, like the massive Palace of Parliament, dictator Ceausescu’s former home in the Spring neighborhood, the one-time headquarters of the Communist press and a museum dedicated to political prisoners. It’s a respectful and authentic way to understand this tumultuous chapter in Eastern European history.