City Tours

Let us discover together the beautiful history and sightseeing of Bucharest!

The prices of city tours are proposed on the basis of minimum 2 persons. To book your place please send an email at contact@www.eahmhconference2017.ro with the preferred city tour.

The payment for the desired city tour will be made at the registration desk at the conference and prices will be adjusted based on the final number of participants.

Please find next information about the organized city tours:

Bucharest City Tour – max 2 pers – 175 euro

The best way to fully appreciate Bucharest is to spend a full day of in-depth exploring this city dubbed Little Paris in the ’30. We stroll on the major boulevards, starting with the Press House, Arch of Triumph, then we will proceed through Victoria Avenue. Stop in the Revolution Square, one of the most iconic places of Bucharest.

After that, we continue to the Old City Centre. Stroll on the cobble streets of Lipscani (from Lipsca or Leipzig) District, the place where the Romanian, Austrian, German, Greek, Bulgarian merchants and craftsmen established their shops at the beginning of the 1400s. Today it is home to many coffeehouses, antique shops and art galleries.

Some of the highlights of this tour include The Old Princely Court and its Church, which is Bucharest`s oldest church; Stavropoleos Church, a delicate jewel built by a Greek monk; the National Bank of Romania.

We can stop for a coffee at Manuc Inn’s, one of the oldest restaurants in Bucharest. Return to the hotel afterwards.

 

Rates include:

  • Transportation according to the number of participants: car/minivan/minibus/coach; at disposal for max. 5 hours
  •  English speaking guide for max. 5 hours

Rates do not include:

  • Entrance fees
  •  Meals & Drinks

 

Visit the Palace of Parliament– max 2 pers – 125 euro

House of Parliament or more commonly known, the People’s House, is the headquarters of the Romanian Parliament. The construction began in 1984 and it is not completely finished today, because it was interrupted after de fall of the communist government in 1989. For its execution many houses were demolished and at the construction worked 700 architects and over 20.000 workers.

It holds 3 Guinness World records, for being the biggest, the heaviest and the most expensive executive building in the world (its cost where evaluated to 3 billion euros).

Enter world’s second largest administrative building and take a step back in time to the days when Romania’s dictator walked its corridors. The People’s House was Ceausescu’s greatest delusion of grandeur and the crown jewel of his domain. Sadly for him, he did not lived enough to see it finished.

Rates include:

  •  Transportation according to the number of participants: car/minivan/minibus/coach; at disposal for max. 3 hours
  •  English speaking guide for max. 3 hours

Rates do not include:

  • Entrance fees: The Palace of Parliament: 35 ron/pers for standard tour
  • The Village Museum of Bucharest: 10 ron/pers
  • Meals & Drinks

 

Visit the Village Museum – max 2 pers – 125 euro

Enjoy a visit in Europe`s largest outdoor museum, lying on the Herăstrău lake shore in Bucharest, the Village Museum, which features a collection of 50 buildings representing the history and design of Romania`s rural architecture!

The museum has today over 100,000 m2, and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses, watermills and churches from all of Romania’s historic regions: Transylvania, Oltenia, Dobrogea and Moldavia. Every exhibit has a plaque showing exactly where in Romania it was brought from. Some even now have recorded commentary in four languages (if the stickers are missing, press the second button for English).

Most of the houses date from the mid-19th-century, but there are some, such as those from Berbeşti, in the heart of Romania – celebrated for their intricately carved entrances – which date from as early as 1775.

The highlight of the museum is probably the steep belfry of the wooden Maramureş church, complete with exquisite but faded icons. You should also not miss the earth houses of Straja, dug in to the ground and topped with thatched roofs, or the brightly painted dwellings of the Danube Delta. We invite you to take a step back into the history of our people and discover the ways that Romanians used to live in the past days.

Rates include:

  •  Transportation according to the number of participants: car/minivan/minibus/coach; at disposal for max. 3 hours
  • English speaking guide for max. 3 hours

Rates do not include:

  • Entrance fees: The Village Museum of Bucharest: 10 ron/pers
  • Meals & Drinks