Discover Bucharest’s top sights on a half-day tour by car
Enjoy a tour around Bucharest from the comfort of a private car and led by a local guide.
We offer a best deal car tour that will take you to the most interesting places in the Romanian capital.
Start with the oldest part of the city, the Patriarchal Hill, and continue on a route past major squares, emblematic buildings, large boulevards and narrow avenues that will feed your curiosity and make the most of your time.
Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
- Get an overview of the city by seeing all of the important sights in Bucharest
- Inside visit of the oldest museum in Romania, the Village Museum, and the Patriarchal Cathedral
- Stop by and hear the incredible stories about the largest administrative building in Europe – the Palace of the Parliament
- Experience all sides of Bucharest’s contrasting architecture: medieval Oriental inns, Belle Epoque palaces, communist structures
- Enjoy a relaxing stroll in the Old Town
- Understand the rich history and learn about the many contrasts of Bucharest
Arch of Triumph Bucharest
Calea Victoriei Avenue
Opera House Bucharest
Palace of the Parliament
Bucharest is a large city with a rich past and many landmarks across its urban landscape. Fitting in all of these is hard to do by foot.
Choose instead a private city tour by car and enjoy Bucharest from the comfort of a car in the company of a private local guide who will show you the many faces of the Romanian capital over the course of 4-5 hours.
This private tour starts with the pickup from the hotel you are staying in. From here, the guide will take you up to one of the highest and oldest spots in Bucharest – the Patriarchal Hill.
Here you will find the splendid neoclassical Patriarchy Palace and visit the 17th century Patriarchal Cathedral.
Situated inside the most celebrated holy space in the country, this Christian Orthodox cathedral offers its visitors a moment of serenity thanks to its isolated position, the beauty of its murals, mosaics and magnificent decorations.
Continue the tour with a drive through the central and northern parts of Bucharest along the city’s famous boulevards inspired by Paris.
See the many splendid 19th century French style palaces. Like the Cantacuzino Palace and landmarks like the University building, the Triumphal Arch or the Romanian Athenaeum concert hall.
During the ride, the guide will give you insights into the history of Bucharest and its constructions. In order to truly understand each important place and take the perfects photos, your guide will make several stops along the way and go into depth with the story behind what are seeing.
Inside the largest park in Bucharest, you’ll discover the Village Museum, probably the most beautiful museum in the city. This is a place of tradition, where you can explore the Romanian countryside while still in the big city.
The multitude of original old houses from all of Romania are proof of to the wonderful diversity of the country’s landscapes, historical and ethnic background of its people. Here you will feel the village life thanks to constructions like modest dwellings, house annexes, small wooden churches and wind mills.
Bucharest’s architecture is an interesting mix of Western classical architecture with that from the communist era. This tour will show you both sides of the city’s heritage. You’ll see some of the greatest structures built by the communist regime: the Spark House, the Military Academy, the Opera House. The Radio House, the former Communist Headquarters standing in the Revolution Square, and the most famous of all: the Palace of the Parliament, where you’ll have a stop with an extensive commentary from the guide.
The largest administrative building in Europe, this palace is a monumental construction made under the command of the megalomaniac dictator Ceausescu. You will not only be shocked by the sheer size of this building, but also by the story of how it was made, which saw over 20,000 houses destroyed in the central part of Bucharest.
The tour concludes with a relaxing stroll around the fascinating Old Town with its quaint cobblestone streets, medieval Oriental inns, small 19th century merchant houses and imposing palaces. During the walk, you’ll discover such highlights as: Stavropoleos Monastery, Manuc’s Inn, the History Museum, the National Bank, Macca Villacrosse Passage.
Once here you’ll also experience this quarter’s lively atmosphere which has witnessed a great revival in the last years having opened many cozy restaurants, cafes and shops.
After this extensive overview of the city, your guide will give you tips on where to eat and what else you can do in Bucharest after finishing the tour, so that you get the most of your stay here.
Prices for a Sedan car
|1 person||80 EUR/ person|
|2 people||45 EUR/ person|
|3 people||40 EUR/ person|
|4 people||30 EUR/ person|
Prices for a Minivan of 7+1 seats
|4 person||45 EUR/ person|
|5 people||40 EUR/ person|
|6 people||35 EUR/ person|
|7 people||30 EUR/ person|
For groups bigger than 7 people, please contact us for a personalized offer.
- Local professional guide.
- Transport by car.
- Inside visits to: Village Museum, Patriarchal Cathedral, Romanian Athenaeum Concert Hall*
- *The visit of the Romanian Athenaeum is possible if there are no rehearsals.
- Pickup and drop-off from the hotel.
- Tourist map of Bucharest.
- Traditional Romanian souvenir.