From one of the poorest cities in Europe, in just 70 years of monarchy in Romania, Bucharest changed and became so beautiful that it was nicknamed “Little Paris” or “the Paris of the East“.
However, the city was destroyed by bombs during World War II.
After the war, Bucharest was again devastated, this time because of the Communist regime which almost completely transformed the city and its people.
Everything culminated with the violent Romanian Revolution in December 1989 when Communism collapsed in Romania.
Come and discover all of these fascinating stories with BTrip Bucharest on the Monarchy vs Communism Free Tour!
The Romanian Athenaeum building
Address: St. Benjamin Franklin 1-3
We are waiting for you in front of the building’s columns
|Every day – Monday to Sunday||10:30 AM|
|Duration||2 – 2.5 hours|
The Romanian Athenaeum – first stop
King Carol I Statue
Calea Victoriei Avenue
Palace of the Parliament –last stop