The Story of Bucharest

Free walking tour

Days & Times

  • Daily 10.30 a.m


Meeting Point

In Piata Unirii Park, next to the clock, on the alley.
Look for our distinctive orange outfit and check map below 😉

What's it all about?

That’s how your Bucharest trip starts!

Stroll through more than 500 years of history from the times of Vlad the Impaler aka Dracula to the “golden era” of communism, the ’89 Revolution and today’s protests. 

Unravel the stories not to be found in guidebooks and explore the city with one of our passionate local guides.

Get the best of your travel experience with local tips about local food, hang outs & cool events, as this tour was created to welcome everyone new in town!

Top Highlights

  • Unirii square with a perfect view over the Palace of Parliament
  • Old town
  • Manuc’s Inn
  • Stavropoleos Church
  • Victory Avenue
  • National History Museum
  • The National Bank of Romania
  • Macca-Villacrosse Passage
  • University of Bucharest


Around 2.5h.


Free tours do not have a set price, you can decide at the end of the tour the amount that you consider appropriate depending on your satisfaction.

For whom?

Independent travellers or small size groups.*

* For organized groups larger than 10, please contact us prior of joining the tour for sharing our private tours policy.

Otherwise, our guides have the freedom of refusing participation for groups larger than 8 people.

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