The Village Museum: An open-air museum, with around 50 cottages, farmsteads, churches, water-mills, workshops, and roadside crosses from all over the country.

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Herastrau Park: The biggest park&lake in Bucharest.

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Casa Scanteii: An impressive edifice standing somewhat menacingly at the entrance to the capital, it was designed by architect Horia Manciu and completed in 1956, one year after the strikingly similar Palace of Science and Culture in Warsaw-Poland.

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The Triumph Arch: Inspired by the Triumph Arch of Paris, he is the symbol of Romania's Great War for Unification 1916-1918.

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Peasant Museum: Most of the people think that the Peasant Museum is the best museum in Bucharest and one of the best in the country. Well laid out halls and presented exhibits tell you all you need to know about the diverse and fascinating history of life around the country over the past few centuries. If you like what you see, and you will, you can visit the excellent museum shop.

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The Revolution Square: The square where the 89s Revolution started. You can see the former Communist Party Central Committee building - from were Nicolae Ceausescu held his last public speech, the Hilton Hotel - the old "Athenée Palace Hotel", and the National Library building.

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The Romanian Athenaeum: Possibly the finest building in the city, with its sublime baroque cupola, the work of French architect Albert Galleron, is today the seat of the Romania Philharmonic George Enescu.

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National Art Museum: The country's largest and most impressive art collection is housed inside the splendid former Royal Palace, first built in 1812. You can find a wide variety of works of Romania's greatest painters & sculptors and also a fine collection of Old European Masters.

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The University Square: The place of Bucharest University, Architecture Faculty, National Theatre, Intercontinental Hotel and others statues and monuments.

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Bucharest Old Town: The oldest district of the capital didn't lives now his best period, but is a part of Bucharest history. The most important objectives are: Sf.Gheorghe Church, Km 0 Square-the Romanian's Greenwich, Lipscani Street-ancient commercial street of Bucharest, Covaci Street-antiquity gallery street, Russian Church, BNR,CCA&CEC buildings, Victoria's Gallery, The Old Royal Court, the ancient Stavropoleos Church, "Hanul lui Manuc"- the ancient Inn in Bucharest.

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Guide, car and all tickets included. Starting hours, departure/arrival place: at your choice.
Price: 50 EUR (1 person), 65 EUR (2 persons), 80 EUR (3 persons)


Palace of Parliament: What is Romania's most famous building, known as "Casa Poporului" or People's Palace, was built during the darkest days of the Ceausescu regime. Standing 84m above ground level on 12 floors, and 92m underground, the building has long been shrouded in mystery, rumour and hyperbole. Originally designed to house almost all the organs of the communist state, it today plays host to the Romanian Parliament, few state authorities and a modern well equipped conference & exhibition center. You will see plenty of grand staircases, marble-plated halls and conference rooms, while you'll also have the chance to go on the balcony, which offers a defining view oh Bucharest. After the 1989 revolution there were plans to blow the building up, but the cost of explosives proved prohibitive. Instead, the building was adapted to house the Romanian Parliament as well as conference and exhibitions centre. A part of the building, however, remains unused.

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Bucharest New Downtown: Known as Civic Centre, it was made by destruction of an entire district of the capital in the name of socialism during the latest years of Ceausescu regime. It was finished after the 1989 Revolution. During the last years, have appeared a lot of glass and steel office buildings. The Union Square, with the big fountain and the commercial gallery it's the Bucharest largest square.

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The Patriarchal Cathedral: Set a top one of the city's few hills, known as Mitripolia, the Patriarchal Cathedral has been the centerpiece of the Romanian orthodox faith since the seventeenth century. Built between 1654 and 1658 to a design based on Curtea de Arges Monastery, near Pitesti, it has undergone a number of facelifts, but the overwhelming majority of the cathedrals structure is the original.

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National History Museum: The beautiful and neo-classical building house exhibition that go into detail about the country's history over the past two million or so years. Plenty of skeletons, jewellery, weapons and tools to see. There are also ancient imports from Greece and Rome placed in context by exhibitions on the empires that crafted them. The best exhibits are downstairs: a part of the National Treasure and the Lapidaruim, a plastercast of Trajan's Column from Rome.

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Cotroceni Museum: Built in the 19th century for Queen Mary (1891-1893), the palace has also played host to the Ceausescus. You will like the tour of Romanian Royal family's collections. At the end of the tour you see the inscription sitting over the door of the ruin cursing the head of whoever dared to destroy it. In between, the whims and inspirations of Queen Marie betray a prolific, charming executor of rather banal art.

Cotroceni Palace

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