4 Hours Bucharest City Tour

This is a comprehensive tour of Bucharest during which you will discover the Little Paris of the East and find out about the “battle of architectural styles”: eclectic, communist and classic, which give it distinction.

     We invite you to travel with us in space and time across Bucharest! You just enjoy it!


  • Victoriei Square- Victoria Palace (Government of Romania) – Charles de Gaulle (the Spring) – Arch Triumph- Free Press Square – Kiseleff Road (Village Museum and the Romanian Peasant Museum)
  • Victoriei Avenue- George Enescu Museum – Revolution Square – Romanian Athenaeum, Central University Library, Cretulescu Church, National Museum of Art (formerly the Royal Palace) -The National Military Palace -Revolution Square – Telephony Palace
  • CEC Palace and Post Palace (National History Museum)
  • Old Town – National Library – National Bank of Romania – streets named after medieval crafts (recommended short walking tour)
  • Constitution Square – Palace of Parliament, Unirii Square
  • Bucharest City Hall – Cismigiu Park- Law School- National Opera – Cotroceni Palace (Presidential Palace/Cotroceni Museum)
  • University Square – Coltea Palace, Bucharest University, National Theatre -Magheru Road- Academy of Economic Studies- Victoriei Square


Guided tour?


  • Transport by private vehicle
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Small group tour


  • Professional guide – upon request
  • Entrance fees


  • Since this is a private tour, we always take into account your preferences in terms of sights.
  • For the same reason, the Bucharest sightseeing tour starts from a point of your choice (hotel, office, straight from the airport), not from a fixed one.
  • The tour includes the most important attractions that we recommend you should visit, but you are free to set your preferences, choosing to spend more time in places you enjoy the most.
  • Upon your request, subject to availability, Primus Trans can assist you during your Bucharest sightseeing tour with an authorized tour guide, speaker of International languages.


Victoriei Square

Victoriei Square BucharestIs one of the largest intersections in Bucharest which gets its name from the old and famous Victory Avenue, the boulevard that leads into the square. Victoria Palace, currently the headquarters of the Romanian Government, is the key institution of this place, together with the  National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa, across the street.

Palace of Parliament

Parliament Palace Bucharest

By far the most spectacular and renowned sight in Bucharest is the Palace of Parliament, or as Nicolae Ceausescu used to call it: the People’s Palace. Placed high on Arsenal Hill, the current Palace of Parliament is registered as the second largest administrative building on Earth, after that of the Pentagon. The numbers and statistics are astounding: 270 meters in length, 245 meters wide, 86 meters tall and 92 meters deep (below ground level), 1,000,000 cubic meters of Ruschita marble, 700 architects and we could keep on going!

Visitation is only possible with advance reservation made 24 – 48 hours prior to your tour, and the tourists must carry their ID cards or passports for identification (driving licenses or insurance cards are not allowed). The standard tour lasts approximately one hour.

Arch of Triumph

arcul de triumf bucurestiBucharest’s own Arch of Triumph, Arcul de Triumf is another reason to call our capital the Little Paris. Despite the fact that it passed various stages of construction – reconstruction and only got to its actual state in 1936, the Bucharest Arch of Triumph is more than a simple monument; it is the solid proof of the commitment and heroism of the soldiers who fought for our country in World War I.

Victory Square – Victory Avenue

calea victoriei Bucharest

Its previous name was Mogosoaiei Bridge, but Victory Avenue is one of the oldest and famous streets in Bucharest, and you might even consider it quintessential to our Little Paris. Along this avenue there are architectural monuments, each with its specific style, which you will discover one at a time:

The Cantacuzino Palace (which now houses the George Enescu Museum) with its beautiful rococo style, Cretulescu Church, Revolution Square and the former headquarters of the Communist Party, today housing the Romanian Senate, Romanian Athenaeum , CEC Palace (Savings Palace), Royal Palace and “Carol I” Central University Library, Telephony Palace, Post Palace (the current National History Museum).


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Standard Transfer
Standard Sedan

Passengers:                  Luggage:

3x om                        4x  servieta

Skoda Octavia or similar

Skoda Octavia

Business Transfer
Superior Sedan

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Mercedes E Classe or similar

Mercedes E Classe

5-8 SEATER Minivan

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Mercedes Vito or similar

Mercedes Vito


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