For many tourists Bucharest is synonymous with the imposing Palace of the Parliament and the historical city center with its vibrant night life, but Romania’s capital has a lot more to offer for those who venture off the beaten track. This tour is the perfect opportunity to explore the city beyond the usual sightseeing spots mentioned in guidebooks.
We will discover the architectural diversity of Bucharest with examples of Belle Epoque, Art Deco, modernism and the specific architectural style that you will find nowhere else but in Romania: the Neo-Romanian style. Are you ready to set out on a journey through the development of urban life in Bucharest over the last 100 years?
We start the tour on Dacia Boulevard, a quaint residential artery with beautiful villas built over the course of the 19th and 20th century. Art Deco and Modernism are best represented in this area that still captures the atmosphere of interwar Bucharest.