Bucharest: Communist Bike Tour
- Cycle to the first Romanian parliament
- Sightsee through a neighborhood built for the communist elites during the Stalin era
- See the biggest unfinished communist urban project, Casa Radio
- Visit Revolution Square
After the communist movement, the tour will advance to the period right after the second World War when Romania ended up being occupied by the Soviet Union for 12 years. This stage the tour will pass through the neighborhood where the Russian army generals who were in charge for the ruling of the country lived.
The last stage of the tour will pass by the biggest unfinished communist building, the National History Museum. This museum consists of buildings that were completely reshaped by the communist regime during their flourishing times. Your last stop will be in front of the Communist Central Committee, where Ceusescu held his last speech and where the Revolution started in December 1989.
- Live guide
- Bike locks
- Food and beverages
- People with mobility impairments
Prepare for the activity
- Comfortable shoes