Bucharest offers to its guests a unique array of architectural styles, from different ages. Pass by and admire some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, influenced by the Western European architecture: the first one, the National Military Circle was built by the Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimarolu, in 1912; the impressive ballrooms are still used as a refined location for banquets and official events. Next one, the History Museum of Bucharest, hosted by the Sutu Palace, is a neoclassical building dating back to 1834. Two of the most important artefacts of the museum are the document attesting the existence of Bucharest, issued by Vlad Tepes (the Impaler) in 1459, and a sword that belonged to Prince Constantin Brancoveanu, promoter of the well-known Brancovenesc style – a harmonious blend of Romanian, Byzantine and Western architecture.
Our three hour guided tour is a chance to see the major masterpieces of the city: The Village Museum(outdoor) or the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (indoor) – depending on the weather conditions -, the Central University Library, Kretzulescu Church and Stavropoleos Monastery.
Note: The departure hour can be modify on request depending of the availability of the museums.
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