Why should you visit Bucharest?
- Explore the French-inspired architecture which gave this part of the city the nickname “Little Paris”
- Stop at the Romanian Peasant Museum, which holds a huge collection of Romanian traditional items
- Visit the Ceausescu Mansion, the private residence of the former communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu
- Take a tour of the Palace of Parliament, the largest, most expensive and heaviest administrative building in the world – according to Guinness World Records
Our specialists ‘must do’
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 that you can enjoy here.
A little more about Bucharest
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.
When to go
As with all of Romania, early Spring, from March to June, and then late Summer, September and October are the best times to explore this beautiful country.