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Private One-Way Bucharest OTP Airport Transfer
Enjoy a fast safe private airport transfer from Otopeni Airport to any address in Bucharest or vice versa. Professional guides and driver will be escorting you on your journey and will make sure that you reach your desired destination safe and in time."""This is a fast transfer from/to the Bucharest Otopeni Airport to/from any address in Bucharest or vice-versa our offer is the perfect sollution. An English speaking driver will be waiting with signboards at the airport or in front of the hotel."title=Highlights&1=Airport+transfer"""Bucharest
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Day Trip To Dracula's Castle from Bucharest
"This day trip is one of the most amazing way to discover and explore two stunning castles in Transylvania unique in Europe and famous worldwide: Bran (Dracula’s) Castle and Peles Castle. Bran Castle famously known as Dracula’s Castle is an intriguing 13th century hilltop fortress and one of Romania’s landmarks attracting tourists from all over the world fascinated by the myth of Count Dracula. Peles Castle is one of the most stunning castles in Europe a masterpiece of architecture and former summer residence of the Royal Family in the picturesque city of Sinaia. The tour includes a walking tour in the historical center of the medieval city of Brasov: The Black Church The Council Square The Old Walls of the fortress
From EUR79.00
2-Day Transylvania Hotspots Tour from Bucharest
"Day 1: Bucharest - Sinaia - Bran - Brasov - Sighisoara (approx. 360 km) Visit Peles Castle former royal summer residence and one of the most spectacular castles in Europe located in a splendid natural scenery Visit of Bran Castle (known as Dracula s Castle) at the famous Dracula’s Castle a lot of tourists hope to see for a second the shadow of the feared vampire Welcome to Transylvania - walking tour in Brasov: the main Square the Old Council Hall the Black Church the walls and defense towers. Departure to Sighisoara
From EUR269.00

City Tour Buses Tips (4)

The Easiest Way To Explore The City

Although we visited Romania on a summer month, we took the tourist bus for the price of 5.50€ is really not expensive this probably the cheapest tour bus we ever had elsewhere. You can purchase a tickets on board

Besides, most sights in the city are not close to each other you need to do a lot of walking. If you are familiar with public transport it'll help you bring closer. We spent the last days in Bucharest after travelling around the country. We have a car on this trip, but we didn't feel like driving around in this bustling city.

We leave our car on the underground parking and we start walking. We saw the tourist bus, we decided to hopped on. The bus run on tourist sights in Bucharest, it has a total of 14 stops. The bus start operating at 10 am and run till 10 pm. Is one of the easiest way to see Bucharest

The same as any tourist bus in other cities you get audio in different language. Hop-on-off anytime you want, tickets are valid 24 hours from the time of validation. If you want to stay on board the ride takes approximately 50 minute. For those who wants to get off and on there is bus every 15 minutes

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Oct 27, 2016

overview of city

The city is not very large but very interesting to walk around, especially the old town. It appears that many old buildings are starting to be renovated. The open top bus tour was well worth doing it was very cheap, a great way to see the sites and a economical way to get around.

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Mar 08, 2015

hop on hop off bus

orientation of the city and nice pictures.
stops at
1 presei / press
2 muzeul stului / village museum
3 piata arcul de triumf / arc triomf square
4 piata victoriei square
5 piata revolutiei
6 cec / oldest bank?
7 palatul parlamentului
8 piata unirii
9 piata universitatii ( stop is at the hospital spitalul coltea)
10 piata romana
11 piata victorliei
12 piata charles de gaulle
13 parc herastrau
14 muzeul satuliu
tickets adult 25 lei
kids till 7 free
kids 7 to 14 10 lei

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Jun 29, 2013

City Tour Buses

From august 2011 Bucharest has its first Bus tour line, a hop on hop off tourist bus with 14 stops that covers the most of the attraction points.

The lenght of the whole tour is 50 minutes.

The price for a 24hours ticket is RON 25 (cca EUR 6) for an adult, RON 10 (cca EUR 2,5) for children 7-14 years old and free for children under 7. Ticket is bought on board the bus.

The stops are:
1. Free Press House Plaza
2. Village Museum
3. Triumphal Arch
4. Museum of The Romanian Peasant / Natural History Museum / National Geology Museum
5. Romanian Athenaeum / Cretulescu Church / The former Royal Palace (National Art Museum)
6. National Museum of Romanian History / CEC Palace /
7. Parliament Palace
8. Mitropoly / Orthodox Cathedral
9. Bucharest City Museum
10. Museum of Romanian Literature
11. Victoria Palace (Romanian Government)
12. Charles de Gaulle Plaza
13. Herastrau Park
14. Village Museum

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Aug 24, 2011
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