Private tour

Bucharest: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour with Guide

4.8 / 5

90 reviews

Activity provider: MARA’S TOURS & TRAVEL
Private tour

Bucharest: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour with Guide

Activity provider: MARA’S TOURS & TRAVEL
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From US$ 31.52 per person

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Discover the many faces of Bucharest on a 2.5-hour private walking tour. Explore the sights and sounds of Romania's capital with a local guide who will take you around to the medieval Old Town's famous squares, important streets, and beautiful buildings.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Wheelchair accessible
Private group


  • Get an insider's view of Bucharest with private tour led by a local guide
  • Stroll through more than 500 years of Romanian history
  • Explore Bucharest's hidden attractions and beautiful architecture
Full description
Discover the most historic areas of central Bucharest with a private, 2.5-hour walking tour. Visit all of the city's best-known sights and some hidden ones off the usual tourist track! Your tour starts at Unirii Square for a view of the colossal Palace of the Parliament, the second-largest building in the world. From here, visit St. Anthony's Church, the oldest in the city, followed by the ruins of the former Royal Court. The route will take you past the medieval Old Town, today transformed into Bucharest's bustling downtown. Jumping forward to the 18th and 19th centuries, admire the beautiful French-style buildings on Calea Victoriei Street and discover why Bucharest was once known as Little Paris. The tour ends close to Revolution Square, where you'll have the chance to talk to your guide about what Communist rule meant for Romania and Bucharest and how the country changed after the 1989 revolution.
  • English or Spanish speaking guide
  • 1 famous Romanian snack

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    Meeting point

    Meet your guide in front of Boro Brasserie. It is located on one side of the huge Unirii Square, where Unirii Boulevard intersects with Ion C. Bratianu Boulevard. Closest metro station is Piata Unirii.

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    Important information

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    • No entrance tickets or transportation tickets are needed
    • The tour runs in English or Spanish
    Customer reviews

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    4.8 /5

    based on 90 reviews

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    Elena was brilliant! She clearly loves her city, and has a vast knowledge of its history (the good and bad) and its culture. This was our first activity in Bucharest, and was a perfect way to get an overview of what Bucharest held in store, and it greatly enriched the rest of our time in the city.

    April 2, 2023

    Elena, my guide, took me throughout areas of Bucharest I might not necessarily have discovered on my own. She explained the stories behind various buildings and monuments so well. I appreciated that she indulged me quite a bit in my interest in discussing Ceaușescu and Romanian views on local politics and the EU, as well as Romanian perspectives on life, in general. She also bought me a local snack, which was highly appreciated.

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    April 2, 2023

    Elena was so wonderful! She truly Loves her city, Bucharest and took us around to see some history and stories of the city. I am grateful for booking this tour, we would have missed many of the highlights of the city without her. Highly recommend for those who want to learn about the city and the communist period in Bucharest!

    April 2, 2023

    Product ID: 35627