Bucharest at Sunset, Calea Victoriei, National Library


The country’s capital and the biggest city of Romania, also known as ‘Little Paris’. The label was coined between the two world wars, thanks to its beautiful belle époque architecture.

Today’s Bucharest is a mixture of styles and cultures. From beautiful boulevards to stroll down, to impressive museums to visit, vast parks to relax in, sophisticated restaurants to delight your palate, and modern malls to shop in – the city has it all.

The Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania
Bucharest, Romania
National Heroes Memorial in Carol Park Bucharest, Romania
Bucharest, Romania
Clock, Bucharest, Little Paris, Romania

Ways to discover Bucharest

Take differently-themed tours to discover the city from several perspectives. Communism, Beautiful decay, Alternative, Hidden Bucharest, and Night Hunters are only a few options for walking tours we can arrange for you.


It’s all here. Things to see and do, places to explore and moments to discover.

Romanian Peasant Museum, Bucharest, Romania

Romanian Peasant Museum

Stop at the Romanian Peasant Museum, which holds a huge collection of traditional Romanian artefacts.

The Little Paris, Bucharest, Romania

Romanian Athenaeum

Visit the exquisite Athenaeum and view scenes from Romanian history featured on the interior fresco inside the Big Hall on the 1st floor; the dome is 41m high.

The Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania

The Palace of Parliament

Take a tour of the Palace of Parliament, the largest, most expensive and heaviest administrative building in the world.

Clock in Bucharest, Little Paris, Romania

Visit ‘Little Paris’

Explore the French-inspired architecture which gave this part of the city the nickname “Little Paris”.

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