Skip the Line: Guided Bucharest Village Museum Visit Ticket

Village Museum, one of Europe’s first open-air ethnographic museums, is definitely not to be missed when in Bucharest. Extended on the 15 hectares next to the Herastrau Lake, the Village Museum allows you to experience Romanian peasant life without going outside vibrant Bucharest. Currently, the museum displays over 300 hundred buildings including houses, farmsteads, windmills, watermills and churches from all of Romania's historic regions: Transylvania, Oltenia, Dobrogea and Moldavia. Majority of the houses date back to the 19th century, though some of them date back to as early as the 17th century too. Most of the structures are authentic: they were purchased from the peasants, dismantled and then transported to Bucharest.

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Bucharest City Tour with included Village Museum- Small group tour

Start your day and discover together with your professional guide, the wonders of Bucharest, also called The Little Paris of the East. Your panoramic city tour includes stops and history lessons at very important sites and places only locals know. The Revolution Square - where you will enjoy a unique lecture about the communist system of Romania before 1989. The Constitution Square - where the Romania's Parliament is located, also known as House of the People, second largest building in the world and learn more about the project that changed the face of our capital in the 1980's. Take a visit to the place where religion comes to life in Bucharest - The Patriarchal Palace & Church dating back to the 17th Century. Complete your visit of Romania's Capital with taking a tour in one of the most impressive open air ethnographic museums in the world where you can have an encounter with an authentic Romanian village rich in monuments and artifacts from the 17th to the 20th Century.

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Bucharest`s Relax Tour

I am one of the most passionate people, when it comes to Bucharest and its history, culture, arts and especially architecture. Reading and learning about this city is my greatest passion, and I love to share these stories with people from all over the world. I offer visual support for everything I mention, I show the insides of all buidings in printed pictures, and instead of saying a lot names and years no one is interested in, I try to collect the interesting stories and legends people tend to like and remember more.

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Bucharest City Tour with Village Museum Included

Best offer to do a complete Bucharest city tour with a visit included to the Village Museum. Start your tour with discovering the wonders of Bucharest with 3 major stops: the Revolution Square, The Parliament Palace and Military Academy and pass by the most important landmarks like: The Romanian Arch of Triumph, House of Free Press, Kiseleff Avenue with beautiful French style villas, Victory Square, Cismigiu Garden, Fountains Avenue & Opera Square. Complete your visit of Romania's Capital with taking a tour in one of the most impressive open air ethnographic museums in the world where you can have an encounter with an authentic Romanian village rich in monuments and artifacts dating from the 17th to the 20th century.

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Bucharest full day tour with Parliament Palace and Village Museum

Discover the top attractions and hidden secrets of the Romanian capital on this full day Bucharest tour. Stroll through the streets and squares of Bucharest and visit its main attractions: Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world, Romanian Athenaeum, the Village Museum and the Old town. Along the way, listen as your local guide sheds light on centuries of Romanian history. This full-day tour includes pickup and drop-off at your Bucharest hotel.

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Private Day Tour

Bucharest Private Tour is a fun way to discover Bucharest with a local tour guide. From medieval warlords, to the Belle Époque and Communist revolutions, Bucharest has over 500 years of history and culture to discover. As a result, there is no shortage of things to do and see. You will see the French influenced buildings of the late 19th century and learn why Bucharest was nicknamed Paris of the East. Do the locals still use this nickname? Take the Bucharest Private Tour to find out. You will hear about the communist past of Romania and see the balcony where dictator Ceasescu has held his last speech in December 1989. The Bucharest Private Tour includes a walking tour of the Old Town as well. You will discover the legends and flashy stories of the cobbled stone streets that used to be a great commercial center between Europe and the Orient. Did you know Dracula is considered the father of Bucharest?

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Bucharest City Tour

Take this tour and get to rejoice in all Bucharest’s little treasures! There is a good reason why Bucharest was called “little Paris” even from 40 years ago. This city is filled with attractions that catch the eye. The capital of Romania has a rich history, a surprising architecture and a lot of touristic attractions that you have to discover. Book this amazing tour and get to know charming Bucharest like nobody managed to describe it before!

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Bucharest’s Iconic Sights - Village Museum and Palace of Parliament

The tour will start in front of the hotel. First you will stop for visit at Village Museum – one of the greatest outdoor museums in the Balkans who was founded by Royal Decree in 1936. There are more than 60 original houses, farmsteads, windmills, watermills and churches from all of Romania’s historic regions. Most of the houses date from the mid-19th-century. The museum has a great souvenir shop, and a stall selling traditional Romanian sweets and cakes. It even has a restaurant, La Francu, set in an original 19th-century inn. Children love the museum, and it makes for a perfect family outing. Next stop it will be in front of the Palace of Parliament to take photos of the world’s second-largest administrative building and former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu’s most infamous creation. You will visit for 1.5 hour of Palace of Parliament After the visit, you will go back at the location on Unirii Boulevard where you can see the famous artesian fountains.

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Private Guided Tour of Bucharest

Until the second half of the 19th century,the city was described by foreign travelers as a strange mixture of Oriental and West European influences,since Bucharest was under the Ottoman Empire control for almost two hundred years.In less than a century,the city became the state capital and it flourished as one of the most beautiful Southeast European cites,The first decades of the 20th century represent the Golden age of Bucharest,as it was known as "Litle Paris"

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Full-Day Bucharest City Tour

This Bucharest 7-hour full day city tour gives you the best opportunity to see the most important sites in Bucharest enjoying a panoramic city tour passing by landmarks like the Arch of Triumph, The Patriarchal Palace and Church, Constitution Square, Opera, National Theater, Victory Avenue, Revolution Square, University Square and more. Also take a tour in the Parliament Palace - the second largest building in the world and the Village Museum - a unique collection of houses from all around Romania.

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