The Romanian Athenaeumwhere you will learn about the successful marketing campaign that lead to raising the funds for the building.
The Revolution Square and its controversial collection of monuments like the cyborg building, the potato on the stick plus a balcony that made history.
The Palace of the Telephones and The National Military Center where we’ll tap into Bucharest’s social habits from the beginning of the 19th century and show you where to find the best chocolate bonbons in town.
The Old City Center that includes Bucharest’s most famous restaurant, the charming Stavropoleos Monastery and the story of a discovery that changed Romanian cuisine forever.
Old Princely Court where we will talk about secret entrances to the underworld and bring some light on Dracula‘s life. Is he a vampire or not?
Daily from 10:00 and 14:30 ; other hours are possible upon request.
Aprox. 2 hrs.
In front of The Romanian Athenaeum (closest metro station: Piata Romana).
The Old Princely Court in the Old City Center.
Prior booking is necessary for this tour. Please email email@example.com