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Stop At: Snagov Monastery, North of Bucharest 40km Snagov Island, Snagov 077165 Romania
First up is a tour of Snagov Monastery, which is a 14th-century religious site located on an island in the middle of Snagov Lake. Alleged throughout myth and legend to house Dracula’s tomb the monastery is a peaceful oasis surrounded by fresh air and a lovely park, but prepare yourself because intrigue and adventure lie in wait throughout this tour of Snagov Monastery. The calming air of the monastery’s grounds is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of vibrant Bucharest, and you will feel at ease as you explore its many fascinating features.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Mogosoaia Palace, Strada Valea Parcului Nr. 1, Mogosoaia 077135 Romania
Following your journey into history, you will head over to Mogosoaia Palace, during which you will be able to explore its spectacular gardens and delight in its unique Brancovenian style of architecture, which blends Venetian and Ottoman elements. This is the Romanian Renaissance at its finest, and you will learn so much during your guided tour. The grandeur of Mogosoaia Palace will leave a lasting impression, and located just 15km from the city centre it’s a convenient and stunning attraction.
Duration: 1 hour 40 minutes
Stop At: Muzeul National al Satului "Dimitrie Gusti", Kiseleff Road 28-30 In King Michael I Park, Bucharest 011347 Romania
Immerse into Romanian traditional peasant life in the Village Museum, one of the biggest and most impressive open-air museums in Europe. The museum dates back to 1936, hosting 270 original houses, brought here from different villages of Romania.
Duration: 40 minutes
Pass By: Triumph Arch, Piata Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest Romania
One of Bucharest’s main symbols. The monument commemorates the victories of the Romanian Army in the War of Independence and the First World War. The current arch is here since 1936 built as a copy of the one in Paris with 27 metres height and a small museum inside, open only on special occasions.
Pass By: House of the Free Press, 1, Piata Presei Libere, Bucharest Romania
You might have seen something very alike in Moscow or Warsaw. The House of the Free Press’’, inspired by Lomonosov Moscow State University, was finished in 1957 as headquarters of the main communist newspaper, ,The Spark’. Hard to believe, but till 2007 the building used to be the tallest one in Bucharest. Nowadays, it is still used as typography and dedicated to the press.
Pass By: Victoriei Street, Bucharest Romania
The major intersection of Bucharest, surrounded by a lot of landmarks including the government building
Stop At: Romanian Athenaeum (Ateneul Roman), Str. Franklin 1, Bucharest Romania
An architectural jewel in the heart of the city, which serves as a concert hall and hosts many classical music events (outside visit only).
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Palace of Parliament, Strada Izvor 2-4, Bucharest 050711 Romania
Stop in the Constitution Square with an excellent view of the Palace of Parliament (outside visit) - the world's largest, heaviest and most expensive administrative building
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Patriarchal Cathedral, Str Dealul Mitropoliei Piata Unirii, Bucharest Romania
The centre of Romanian Orthodox Church
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Old Town, Bucharest Romania
Find out the history and culture in a walking tour
Duration: 1 hour