Rahova

The journey will begin from Bragadiru Palace, one of the most sumptuous places in Bucharest that is an event hall today. We’ll pass next to the biggest flower market in the city. It’s a real spectacle especially at the beginning of march and mid September. (more…)

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Cotroceni

One of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Bucharest, also known as the doctors’quarter. It was developed around the medicine university, a vaccine research and development institute, and veterinary medicine university. (more…)

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Giulești Sârbi

It’s the poorest neighborhood in the richest sector of Bucharest. Here we’ll see the Roma Culture Museum, we’ll meet Mrs Marcela and her family and we’ll visit the abandoned train wagons. (more…)

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X Leordeni Fort

Before WWI, King Charles I commissioned a defensive perimeter around Bucharest. Fort X is the best preserved.
We’ll explore all the fort’s hidden spots and tell its stories and the story of the Romanian military. (more…)

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The Jewish Neighborhood

The story of the Jewish community in Romania is a tragic one. They’ve influenced Bucharest in a lot of ways, yet their merits have more often than not passed  unrecognized. We’ll take you on a journey of remembrance in a ruined neighborhood that tells the story of the Jewish tragedy in Romania (before the 1930s there were over 300.000 Jews in Romania; today there are only a few thousands). (more…)

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The Hidden City Centre

This tour will take you through the small streets near the city center. We’ll show you surprising architecture, cool coffee shops, delicious restaurants, meet local artists (if they’re home, of course), hidden passages, hip second-hand shops and the Armenian quarter and the Holocaust memorial. (more…)

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13 Septembrie Neighborhood

13 Septembrie Neighborhood was supposed to be the new civic center, the main commercial artery.  It’s built very close to the Palace of Parliament (which locals still call People’s House). After the collapse of the communist regime, so did the plans for the neighborhood. (more…)

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