Ours will be a cultural excursion set around good food, and architecture — just as any food tour should be! I will first introduce you to two of my favorite neighborhoods: The Armenian Quarter and the Jewish Quarter. This area simply screams Bucharest with its multi-cultural history, amazing hidden gardens, and 19th century eclectic architecture. We'll make several stops on the way, including an achingly cool ruin bar for a Romanian platter with a story to tell. We may suggest some great Romanian Craft beer for you to get alongside this spread or traditional appetizers. And because the best way to know a city is through the belly, we'll hop on a vintage tram and journey to the city's liveliest market: Obor. Well hidden inside a brutal communist neighborhood, surrounded by utopian blocks of flats, this very old market truly feeds the soul and gut of Bucharest. Someone told me once that beer makes history better, that's why we'll start our exploring at the nice people of Terasa Obor to get a few tasty and very famous "mici"- Romania's proud meaty contribution to the world of mouthwatering street-food. Vegetarians will not be disappointed either as local cheeses and fresh vegetables will complete this rustic feast.
Doru And Friends
We are a team of friends (Doru, Dana, Tudor, Andrei and Elena) born and raised in Bucharest. We've been guiding since 2014. We love the city and we are happy to share our experiences with our guests. We love the farmer's market and the hidden parts of Bucharest, and we'd like nothing more than to show you around and share stories of the city with you!
A shared Romanian Platter (cheese, meats, veggies); Mici (skinless sausages with bread and mustard); Cheese tastings & veg.…
Return Tram Ticket
* Exploring two beautiful and hidden quarters: Armenian and Jewish * Stopping for a drink and food at a great ruin bar with a spectacular summer garden, a place hidden from the street and with no sign at the door * Seeing the oldest documented house in the city and the locally famous moved Olari church *Taking a tram ride to a communist neighborhood to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Obor market, eat, drink and be merry at its famed Terasa
最多可接待10位参与者，参与者需年满18岁。 Guest should inform me on any food allergies or dietary restrictions. Please note that Romania in general is a pork eating country and this tour is no exception, but I will try to accommodate vegetarians if I know in advance. …
Please let me know of any dietary restrictions at the time of booking. Check up on the meeting point before the tour, or else write or call and please be on time. Don't hold back with your questions:)