What To Expect
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.
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 Hilton Hotel, the former Athenee Palace Hotel built in 1883 and the highest building in Bucharest at that time.
Finally it's the Palace of Parliament, also called the House of People or the House of Ceausescu, built between 1984-1989. It represents the grandest administrative construction in Europe. It has hundreds of offices, halls for receptions or for other events (scientific, cultural, social-political), dozens of conference rooms.
The Arch of Triumph
The Village Museum
The Victoriei Square
The Revolution Square
Hotel pick up
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Tours in other languages are available on request and at an additional cost.
This tour does not operate during official holidays.
Children below 3 years old are free of charge if seated on an adult's lap.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.