10:00 – 22:00
Daily departures approx. every 15 minutes
Tour duration: approx. 50 minutes
Tickets: 1 day travel card
Travel cards remain valid for 24 h after the initial validation.
– Adults: 25 lei
– Children aged 7-14: 10 lei
Children under 7 travel free.
Travel cards must be validated upon every boarding.
You can purchase your travel card:
– on board of the buses
Hop-on and hop-off at any stop
Recorded commentaries available in English and Romanian
- Herăstrău Park is the largest park in Bucharest, located in the northern part of the city (stop 1, tourist attraction A).
- “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum is one of the largest open-air ethnographic museums in Europe (stop 2, tourist attraction B).
- The Arch of Triumph celebrates the victory of the Romanian troops during the First World War and was inspired by the famous Arc de Triomphe in Paris (stop 3, tourist attraction C).
- The Museum of the Romanian Peasant displays an impressive collection of artefacts about Romanian peasant life (stop 4, tourist attraction D).
- “Grigore Antipa” National History Museum explores the biodiversity and life dynamics on Earth (stop 4, tourist attraction E).
- The National Museum of Geology exhibits over 80.000 samples of minerals, rocks and fossils (stop 4, tourist attraction F).
- Creţulescu Church is one of the most valuable monuments of architecture in Bucharest (stop 5, tourist attraction I).
- The Romanian Athenaeum is a landmark of Romanian culture (stop 5, tourist attraction H).
- The former Royal Palace, home to King Carol IInd , houses today the Romanian National Art Museum (stop 5, tourist attraction G).
- The National Museum of Romanian History hosts various collections of artefacts, documents and antique jewellery (stop 6, tourist attraction K).
- The CEC Palace was built between 1896-1900 in French eclectic style and is one of the earliest savings banks established in Romania (stop 6, tourist attraction J).
- The Palace of the Parliament has a surface of 265.000 m² and is the world’s second largest building after the Pentagon (stop 7, tourist attraction L).
- The Architectural Ensemble of Mitropoly Hill and the Orthodox Patriarhal Cathedral were built in 1656 (stop 8, tourist attraction M).
- The Bucharest City Museum was established in 1921 and is a repository of facts, events and portraits of important figures in the history of the capital city (stop 9, tourist attraction N). N).
- The National Military House, known as the Military Circle, is an important building of national interest (in the area around stop 9). The Museum of Romanian Literature offers an eloquent image on the development of Romanian literature (stop 10, tourist attraction O).
- The Victoria Palace houses today the headquarters of the Romanian Government (stop 11, tourist attraction P).
- Charles de Gaulle’s Statue was sculpted by the artist Mircea Corneliu Spătaru (stop 12, tourist attraction R).
BUCHAREST: City Tour
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