You will start in the Old City Center by visiting the oldest witnesses of Bucharest birth and development: Old Court Citadel, Manuc's Inn and Stravopoleos Church. After, you will visit the most famous boulevard of Bucharest, Calea Victoriei with it's impressive architecture and grandiose buildings like Military Circle, Telephone Palace, Royal Palace, Romanian Atheneum, etc. Forward you will get rid of city crookedness and you will have the opportunity to relax and cool down into the Cismigiu Gardens where you will find at the end Bucharest City Hall. In the end you will pass into the 20th century and the communist era by seeing the grandiose Ceausescu's Palace and Union Boulevard which was designed to be longer and wider than Champs Elysee.
From the first day i moved in Bucharest the city caught my attention completely, most likely because i was coming from a small city in Transylvania so compared to that here everything looked grandiose, impressive and each day i could discover something new. This is how the exploration of the city became a challenge for me, which is still thrilling my life even today! About four years ago when more and more tourists started to arrive in Bucharest i decided to share this passion with other people!
City geometry bikes and helmets
Bucharest's birth The Old City Center CEC Palace Stavropoleos Monastery Manuc's Inn Life in communism Palace of Parliament Cismigiu Gardens Bucharest City Hall Romanian Atheneum Royal Palace Revolution Square and Ceausescu's escape
Comfortable shoes and clothes
Comfortable clothing and extra cash for food and drinks.
Bucharest Highlights Bike Tour