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This Bucharest walking tour in the Old City includes 2 visits: Old Princely Court and National History Museum which holds the national treasury.

Around 3 hours.

See below the itinerary for Bucharest Old City walking tour

  • "Piata Revolutiei" / Revolution Square: Kretzulescu Church, former Royal Palace, Palace Hall, Hilton, Romanian Athenaeum, Royal Foundation King Carol I, The Revolution Memorial and the Balcony, Italian Church & Aldo Moro School


  • "Ateneul Roman" / Romanian Athenaeum (1886) - project done by the French architect Albert Galleron

  • "Palatul Regal" / The former Royal Palace - in the present, National Art Museum

  • "Biblioteca Universitara Centrala" / The Central University Library of Bucharest - founded in 1895 as the Carol I Library of the University Foundation; designed by French architect Paul Gottereau

  • "Cercul Militar" — The Military Club (1923 - the official opening)

  • "Palatul CEC" / The former National Savings Bank - the oldest Romanian bank, built in 1900

  • "Muzeul National de Istorie" / The National Museum of Romanian History - one of the most important museums; contains Romanian historical artifacts from prehistoric times up to modern times; the permanent displays include a plaster cast of the entirety of Trajan's Column, the Romanian Crown Jewels, and the Pietroasele treasure

  • "Strada Lipscani" / The Old Merchant Lipscani Street (Old Centre; pedestrian area)


  • "Strada Smardan" /  Smardan Street (Old Centre; pedestrian area)


  • "Curtea Veche" / The Princely Court and St. Anton Church - built as a place or residence during the rule of Vlad III Dracula in the 15th century; the residence was moved under the rule of Radu cel Frumos, who established Bucharest as the princely residence and the Wallachia capital. ln the 16th century, Mircea Ciobanul rebuilt it completely and afterward it became the nucleus of Bucharest, surrounded by the houses of traders and craftsmen.


  • "Manastirea Stavropoleos" / The Stavropoleos Monastery - also known as Stavropoleos Church, built in Brâncovenesc style; one of the monastery's constant interests is Byzantine music, expressed through its choir and the largest collection of Byzantine music books in Romania.


  • Glass & Crystal Boutique – a great place for buying souvenirs in your Bucharest walking tour

  • "Biserica Sf Nicolae" / Saint Nicholas Church which has an icon with healing powers.

  • "Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse" / Villacrosse Passage - hosted the first Stock Exchange House of Bucharest

  • "Banca Nationala a Romaniei" / The National Bank of Romania - it was erected on the former site of the inn built by Şerban Cantacuzino (1678-1688)

  • "Parcul Cismigiu" /  Cismigiu Garden  - the oldest park in Bucharest (1779)

Included Services: Professional Tour guide, 2 visits Entrance Fees.

Photo tax is not included! 

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Reservation Line: (+4) 0723 666 050



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