November 25, 2017

Bucharest City Tour

Starting Monday, April 29, double-decker buses will operate the tourist line Bucharest City Tour, which has 14 stops and lasts approximately 50 minutes, informs the Bucharest public transport company (RATB). The buses will run between 10..0 AM and 10.00 PM, on a tour that is 15.4 km long, which will take approximately 50 minutes. The tourist objectives sighted during this tour are: Casa Presei (the Press House), the Herastrau Park, the Village Museum, the Triumph Arch, the Antipa Museum, the Geology Museum, the Romanian Peasant’s Museum, the Victoria Palace, the Romanian Athenaeum, the National Art Museum, the Cretulescu Church, the Palatul Telefoanelor Palace, the CEC Palace, the National Museum of History, the Palace of the Parliament, the Romanian Patriarchal Church, Hanul lui Manuc (Manuc’s Inn), Curtea Veche (the Old Court), Universitatea (the University), the Coltea Hospital, the Museum of Bucharest, the National Theatre, the Museum of Literature and the Economic Academy.

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