It all starts in the Village Museum where you can admire each of the 223 buildings including authentic household assemblies, small churches, craft workshops and technical installations. It is one of the largest and oldest open air museums in Europe, a must see of the Romanian capital. On the way to the Old city of Bucharest, you will admire The Arch of Triumph. Whether you surround it by foot or actually go inside, you will feel the national pride of gained independence while admiring the newly restored facades decorated by famous sculptors. One tour around one of the largest building in the world, the House of People, now called The House of Parliament, will end in the maze of the Old Town with narrow and famous street like Lipscani, Selari or Franceza that make their way around impressive buildings like National Bank, CEC building or the Stavropoleus church.
Whether you are in Bucharest for a short vacation and plan to absorb a little more about its history and beauty or you are living here for a while and plan to dig in a little bit deeper into the Romanian consciousness, the Guided Bucharest City Tour will provide a four hour condensed treat of culture, traditions and history.