- The Linden Tree Inn/ St. George Church /Unirii Square
- The Inn of Manuc /The Old Princely Court/ Stavropoleos Church/The Beer Cart/ First Commercial Bank in Romania
- National History Museum/ Villacrosse Passage /National Bank/ University Square/
- National Theater / Sutu Palace/Coltea Hospital / Intercontinental Hotel/University of Architecture
- Military Assemble / Odeon Theater/ Hotel Continental/ Kretulescu Church
- Ministry of Interior / Revolution Monument/ Royal Palace / Central University Library/ Romanian Atheneum.
A classic tour with a new perspective
Bucharest’s major sites revealed
the city & the tour
Bucharest is a city of strong contrasts. – A relatively young city with old mentalities; right at the gates of the Orient, hopelessly influenced by the West and belonging in fact to neither.
We have teamed up with one of the most respected urban historians, Ms Anita Sterea, to give you the most comprehensive and entertaining walking tour.
If the world is a stage then, for sure, Bucharest deserves its place in the spotlight. It had it all:
Love, betrayal, conquering Russian tsarists , French Vaudeville, merchants of Venetian goods, Greek tragedies and one or two Great Fires for good measure.
A miniature of Paris perhaps, only with much better weather.
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(for larger give us a message and we’ll try to accommodate)