Bucharest Grand City Tour Sightseeing, with Electric Mopeds

Bucharest Grand City Tour Sightseeing, with Electric Mopeds
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The Bucharest Grand City Tour enables you to check the most attractive sightseeing landmarks of Bucharest (also called the Little Paris). It's a wonderful experience to ride through iconic places, marked by history's fingerprint. 

The Tour duration is around 2.5h-3h and includes pit stops, photo/video stops and sightseeing stops. All you need is a bottle of water, but don't worry if you don't have one, there are plenty of shops at the Start Area. 

During your tour, you will ride one of our Premium Electric Mopeds. The Electric Moped speed is limited to 20kmh, so all you need is good left-right balance, and no driver's license. However, you have to be at least 16 years old to participate. 

The Bucharest Grand City Tour is available individually and in groups of up to 12 persons. If you want to purchase a group ticket, just add this product to your Shopping Cart, and them modify its quantity to fit your group. 

Scheduling your tour is as easy as it can get. Simply purchase your ticket, and during the Checkout Process, all you have to do is mention the Calendar Day and Local Hour for your Tour, in the COMMENTS Area of the Checkout Process. Make sure it fits our Daily Schedule:

Monday-Saturday, 8:30-16:30 Belgium time

Example: Wednesday, 21 June, 2023, starting at 11:00. 

Upon purchasing the Tour, one of our Customer Success Officers will contact you via Phone, in English Language (working hours apply: Monday-Friday, 9:30-17:30 Belgium Time), to confirm your purchase and your reserved interval. We can hold up to 15 groups in the same interval, so don't worry, there's no overbooking chance. 

If you have any other questions, we will be more than happy to assist. Just drop us an email: sales@smartbalanceshops.com

The Tour starts on Serban Voda Street. The exact pin and address will be provided to you immediately after your purchase.

The Tour checks the following landmarks in order: 

Unirii Square - Fountains of Elegance


Exploring Bucharest's Iconic Unirii Square
Step back in time with us as we dive into the rich history of Unirii Square in the heart of Bucharest, Romania!

Historical Landmarks
Unirii Square, also known as Piata Unirii, holds a special place in the city's history. It was officially inaugurated in 1986 during the Communist era, as a grand celebration of Romania's unification. The square boasts stunning architectural landmarks like the Parliament Palace (Palatul Parlamentului), the second-largest administrative building in the world!

A Fountain of Elegance
But what truly captures the spirit of Unirii Square are the mesmerizing Dancing Fountains! These enchanting water displays were added later, and today they stand as a symbol of modernity blending harmoniously with the city's heritage.

Spectacle of Lights and Water
When evening falls, the fountains come alive in a spectacular dance, synchronized with vibrant lights and music. It's a magical experience that leaves both locals and visitors in awe. If you're lucky enough to witness this captivating display, prepare to be spellbound by the beauty of water and light intertwining in perfect harmony!

A Gathering Hub
Unirii Square is not just a historical and artistic wonder, but also a bustling hub for locals and tourists alike. You'll find people from all walks of life strolling along its wide boulevards, enjoying street performances, and making memories. The square's beauty and charm foster a sense of community, making it a place where people come together to create unforgettable moments.

Capture the Magic
Remember to bring your camera and capture the beauty of Unirii Square!
Whether it's the awe-inspiring architecture, the dynamic fountains, or the joyful faces of fellow visitors, this place is a photographer's paradise.
So, next time you're in Bucharest, make sure to visit Unirii Square, a place where history, culture, and modernity dance together in perfect harmony!

Palace of the Parliament

Exploring the Majesty of Casa Poporului - The Parliament Palace of Bucharest, Romania!
Did you know that Casa Poporului, also known as the Palace of Parliament, is the world's heaviest, largest, and most expensive administrative building?
Let's dive into the fascinating history of this architectural marvel!

A Monumental Project:
The construction of Casa Poporului began in 1984 during the regime of Nicolae Ceaușescu. This grandiose project was intended to symbolize the power and
wealth of Romania but came at an immense human and financial cost.

Monumental Scale:
Covering a staggering 330,000 square meters, with 12 stories above ground and 8 underground levels, the Palace is a true behemoth. It is said that over 700,000 tons of steel and bronze, and an astounding 1 million cubic meters of marble were used to build this monumental structure.

A Visionary Design:
The architectural style is a blend of neoclassical and modern influences, boasting impressive facades adorned with columns, balconies, and intricately designed details. The colossal building houses hundreds of rooms, including the National Museum of Contemporary Art and the Romanian Parliament chambers.

A Costly Legacy:
The cost of constructing Casa Poporului was exorbitant, estimated at around $3 billion USD. It came at the expense of the Romanian people, who had to endure hardships and displacement due to the vast demolition that occurred during its construction.

A Symbol of Resilience:
Since its completion in 1997, Casa Poporului has witnessed a transformation in its role. Today, it stands as a symbol of Romania's resilience and determination to move forward, embracing its history while looking to the future.

Romania's National History Museum


Revolution Square

Romanian Athenaeum

Victory Square

Let's take a trip back in time as we stroll along the iconic Calea Victoriei, also known as Victory Road, a place where history and landmarks merge seamlessly in the heart of Bucharest!

Historical Legacy: Calea Victoriei dates back to the 17th century, making it one of Bucharest's oldest and most historic streets. As we walk its cobblestone path, we can almost feel the echoes of the past.

Royal Pathway: Once the chosen path of Romanian royalty, Calea Victoriei is steeped in regal charm. Imagine the grand carriages and elegant processionals that once graced this majestic boulevard.

Iconic Landmarks: Every step on Calea Victoriei is a journey through time, surrounded by stunning landmarks. Don't miss the magnificent CEC PALACE and the National History Museum.

Ateneul Roman: Be mesmerized by the elegant architecture of Ateneul Roman, the Romanian Athenaeum, where classical music concerts and cultural
events continue to captivate audiences.

Revolution Square: Discover the significance of Revolution Square (Piața Revoluției), where the Romanian Revolution of 1989 took place, leading to the
end of communist rule.

Historical Churches: Witness the spiritual heritage of Bucharest through Stavropoleos Church, a stunning Eastern Orthodox monastery, and Kretzulescu
Church, with its impressive neo-classical facade.

Artistic Vibes: Calea Victoriei is not just about history; it's also a hub for art enthusiasts. Don't miss the National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul Național de Artă al României) with its extensive collection of European masterpieces.

Charming Cafes: Take a break from history-hopping and relax at the quaint cafes lining the street. Sip on traditional Romanian coffee and indulge in delicious pastries.

Charles de Gaulle Square

Triumph Arch

Exploring the Iconic Arch of Triumph in Bucharest, Romania!

The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest stands proudly as a symbol of Romania's rich history and architectural grandeur. Let's take a journey back in time to discover the fascinating tale of this remarkable landmark!

History and Significance:
The Arch of Triumph, also known as "Arcul de Triumf" in Romanian, was built in 1936 to commemorate Romania's victory in World War I and to honor the bravery of the Romanian soldiers. However, the current structure is a reconstruction of the original wooden arch, which dated back to 1878, when Romania gained independence from the Ottoman Empire.

Architectural Marvel:
This awe-inspiring archway was designed by architect Petre Antonescu and boasts a stunning combination of Neoclassical and Art Deco elements. Standing at 27 meters tall, the monument is adorned with intricate sculptures, reliefs, and decorative elements, showcasing the country's artistic heritage.

Beautiful Surroundings:
Located in the northern part of Bucharest, the Arch of Triumph is set within the grand Herastrau Park, adding to its allure. Surrounded by lush greenery and manicured gardens, it offers a tranquil escape from the bustling city.

Witness to History:
Over the years, the Arch of Triumph has witnessed significant historical events, including military parades and celebrations. It serves as a poignant reminder of Romania's past struggles and triumphs.

Perfect Photo Spot:
Whether you're a history buff, an architecture enthusiast, or just a curious traveler, the Arch of Triumph offers a perfect backdrop for Instagram-worthy photos! Capture its magnificence against the blue sky or during the golden hour for that dreamy glow.

National Press Square

Piata Presei - A Symbol of Journalism
Just a stone's throw away from Herăstrău Park lies Piata Presei, which translates to "Press Square" in English. This bustling square has been the epicenter of Romanian journalism for decades. It's home to major media organizations and news agencies, playing a significant role in shaping the nation's media landscape.

Vibrant Nightlife and Dining
As the sun sets over Herăstrău Park and Piata Presei, the vibrant energy of Bucharest's nightlife comes alive.
Restaurants, bars, and clubs line the streets, offering a taste of Romania's rich cuisine and a chance to dance the night away.

Kisselef Boulevard 

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