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Bucharest Day Tours and Excursions 2017/2018

1 Day Tours and Excursions with 43 Reviews

Highlights
  • Explore the winding streets of Bucharest’s historic Old Town.
  • Visit one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world.
  • Learn about some of the city’s most architecturally impressive landmarks.

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Urban Adventures
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Absolutely Bucharest

  • Starts Bucharest
  • Operator Urban Adventures
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Dec 15 Dec 16
From US$ 24 3 hours
Free Cancellation
Free cancellation on most tours.
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Bucharest Tour Reviews

4.7 - Excellent Based on 43 customer reviews
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Budapest to Bucharest
4 - Very Good
“Very organized ”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Budapest to Bucharest
5 - Excellent
“A great itinerary to fit a lot into a short trip and also made me want to visit Hungary and Romania again! Learned a lot about history and culture of the regions also a great choice of transport and optional activities. A wonderful tour leader too!”
Winter in Transylvania Reviewed Tour: Winter in Transylvania
4 - Very Good
“An interesting and varied trip but forget the ice hotel !”
Winter in Transylvannia Reviewed Tour: Winter in Transylvania
4 - Very Good
“Scenery was very picturesque, both in the towns and in the countryside. All administrative arrangements proceeded without any hitches. The tour provided a good varied programme of city tours and countryside walks. We were given a good sampling of food.”
Beautiful Transylvania Reviewed Tour: Winter in Transylvania
3 - Average
“Beautiful mountains, giggles and too much schnapps! Despite being a warm winter for Romania, we had a wonderful time exploring traditional villages, crumbling churches and the beautiful Balaea Lac.”
Winter in Transylvania-without snow! Reviewed Tour: Winter in Transylvania
5 - Excellent
“Despite a lack of snow this was an excellent trip with a really good group and great guide. The trip provided plenty of variety-some lovely towns, a great walk, plenty of tasty food, etc.”
Cycle Romania Reviewed Tour: Cycle Romania
5 - Excellent
“Don’t hesitate to visit Romania and explore Transylvania by bicycle. At the moment there is little tourism there and Transylvania remains bucolic, tranquil and unspoilt, as it has done for centuries. I was impressed by the abundance of growth everywhere, the wild flowers by the roadside, nesting storks on village roofs and soaring eagles overhead, gypsies in traditional dress, the horses and carts and well cared for domestic animals. It really is like something out of “Lark Rise to Candleford” – truly idyllic farming country out of a picture book, where here and there time appears to have stood still. Go before it changes, and visit the ancient, medieval citadels and Saxon Lutheran fortified churches. And cycling is a good way to meet Romanians, eat their delicious home-cooked food and see behind the doors of the brightly painted cottages, which front each village’s main street.”
Cycling in Romania Reviewed Tour: Cycle Romania
5 - Excellent
“I have been on a number of Exodus cycling holidays but this was one of the best. The cycling was just right with a number of modest climbs but the countryside is so beautiful and unspoilt with so much to see. Mountains, wild flowers, wildlife, forests, herds of sheep and cattle. Also a lot to learn about the history of Romania which explains the fortified churches, the hilltop citadels, the extraordinary palaces, the legacy of the Soviet era. A brilliant holiday.”
Cycling in Transylvania Reviewed Tour: Cycle Romania
5 - Excellent
“This trip gives you the ability to time travel. Starting in modern Bucharest, which has architecture and a street plan that made it worthy of the nickname 'the little Paris', then blighted by a communist period but is now gradually recovering. But the time travel really begins as the cycle tour winds its way on quiet country roads through peaceful villages which have some modern conveniences but otherwise haven't changed much in a hundred years. At times it is hard to get used to the quiet, but then the silence is broken by a chorus of barking dogs in the distance and roosters crowing in the next farmyard. Much history is covered during this week, with daily sessions to explain the progression of the various peoples that have struggled over this strategically useful territory. We visited many Saxon fortified churches from the 14th century.”
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