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  • Bucharest: Street Food Tour with a Local Guide

    1. Bucharest: Street Food Tour with a Local Guide

    Discover the best of Bucharest's gastronomy on this all-encompassing food tour. Start your tour with "the snack of communism", a Romanian pretzel and yogurt, the breakfast of choice for communist workers.  Afterward, take a short tram ride to reach Obor Market, one of Romania's largest and oldest markets, this is the best place to discover Romanian food and culture. During your tram journey, admire the architecture and buildings of the Jewish and Armenian quarters of the city. At the market, enjoy a stroll through stalls selling everything from honey and cheese to handcrafted wooden bowls and fresh produce. Visit a well-known stall to sample some traditional Romanian ground meat rolls, washed down with a cool beer. After this experience, take the trolleybus to University Square. As you walk, learn about the most important historical landmarks located between University Square and Cismi...

  • Bucharest: 3-Hour Dark History Tour with a Local

    2. Bucharest: 3-Hour Dark History Tour with a Local

    Learn the dark history of Bucharest, starting with a visit to the monumental Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance, built as a reminder of the cruel events that unfolded between 1950 to 1977. Hear about the torture methods used at the deportation camps during the days of communism. Travel back to the beginning of the 20th century, when Bucharest was known as "Little Paris" for its sexy and sophisticated atmosphere. Stop for a drink inside a former brothel, and hear the story of the serial killer nicknamed the "Vampire of Bucharest" when he terrorized the city between 1970 and 1971. Visit one of the oldest churches in the city to explore the bloody feuds between the Muslim world and the Christian rules of Romania. End at Bellu Cemetery to look at the amazing funerary architecture and learn more about some of the site's mysteries.

    Good walking tour ride on metro view various grave site hear their history plus info about the Communist revolution

  • Bucharest: Mahallopolis Tour with Lunch

    3. Bucharest: Mahallopolis Tour with Lunch

    Departing from Old Town by tube, you will visit the oldest and most beautiful cemetery in town. The cemetery is an open-air museum, which is comparable to Père Lachaise or High Gate. Enchanted in the rapture of its mysterious stories, you'll take a turn through a lively park little known to tourists but cherished by locals. Following that you'll discover the oldest train station in Romania, which is not too far away from the former KGB headquarters. You’ll then take a break at an old factory which has since been turned into a cultural hub and is the perfect spot for quirky souvenirs and a sound meal. Lastly, you’ll be shown a secret passage to an old Mahalla, which is the oriental term for "neighborhood".

  • Bucharest: Instahood Stories Tour with Lunch

    4. Bucharest: Instahood Stories Tour with Lunch

    With this tour, local guides turns tourists into locals and locals into tourists. Begin in the busy Roman Square (Piata Romana), before and move on to quiet, hidden old streets to see and even explore turn-of-the-century villas. Following that, you will move on to the new creative quarter, checking out reverse graffiti art and artsy courtyards which you can sneak into. You will then make a stop on the way for unmissable classic Romanian sausages called mici, which literally translates to "little". This is a unique national cuisine which you will learn unites all generations and classes in Romania. Following that, dive into the eclectic architectural styles that keep the old mahallas structure alive. To get your energy level back on track towards the end of the tour, you will end with a lovely coffee and dessert close to the Old Town.

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What people are saying about Bucharest

The dark side of Bucharest.

Have an interesting day on a special tour. You will learn many things about the dark side of Bucharest history. The guide was very happy and friendly. You will visit the famous cemetery (the main site of the tour). You will also see some old arts and buildings from the communist period.

We enjoyed this tour with Serban Riga a lot! It was a great combination of local food and a city tour. Definitely would recommend it!

Good walking tour ride on metro view various grave site hear their history plus info about the Communist revolution

Amazing tour trough Bucareste. The guide make you feel part of the city. It was a outstanding experience.

Great way to learn about Some of the history of this lovely City