There Is No Time to Rest on Private Custom Tours in Bucharest
Bucharest is a fascinating modern city with very diverse architecture; there are many churches, museums and captivating Castles from the 16th 17th and 18th century adoring the city and beautiful countryside. Use your time wisely while you are on private custom Bucharest City sightseeing tours which are readily available and full of culture and charm with fantastic views.
One of the most famous buildings on any tour is, of course, the enormous Parliament Palace which staggeringly has over 3,000 room's and is spread over 330,000 square meters. There are some lovely parks, museums and laneways that you can explore while you are touring around the old city area of Bucharest. A highlight of many Bucharest guided tours is a visit to the unique Dimitrie Gusti Village, showing the history of Romania with their amazing outdoor exhibitions.
Stroll around the lovely Calea Victoriei street home to some of the grandest buildings in all of Romania and the monuments erected in the area remind residents and visitors of the history of the beautiful city of Bucharest.
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Bucharest Sightseeing Tours to the Unique Dimitrie Gusti Village
Sightseeing Tours around The Dimitrie Gusti Village are a lovely way to spend an afternoon. The village was founded in the mid-1930's and is located in the charming Herastrau Park. The open-air museum shows the traditional ways of Romania from various times in history.
Private tour guides will escorte you around the original 300 or so buildings that were disassembled piece by piece shipped to Bucharest and lovingly rebuilt on the site. They consist of peasant houses, barns, churches, cabins and mills from all areas of Romania and the fact that they are original buildings is fascinating. This is a must-see on any visit to beautiful Bucharest.
Travel Tips for Bucharest
Best times to visit Bucharest is during the spring or autumn from April to May and September as during summer the weather can be sweltering. While the weather can sometimes be gloomy or rainy during the autumn season, September and October are a great time to visit and book private custom Bucharest city tours.
A daily budget of 150-175 Ron per day which is about US$40 without accommodation will be more than enough for food, refreshments and entry to attractions or any private guided tours. The accommodation costs vary from a dorm room at approximately 60 Ron per night to standard basic hotel rooms at 125 Ron per night.
When many people think of visiting Bucharest and Romania, they expect that all tours are about Dracula and gypsies. Unless you visit some of the impressive Castles, you won’t see any indications of Dracula on private escorted city tours. Romania has its own currency which is the RON and a fantastic rich variety of traditional food.
July is one of the hottest months in Bucharest with an average temperature of around 22°C. The coldest month of all is January when temperatures drop down to -2°C to −5 °C. The wettest month is June so beware when you are booking private sightseeing tours. July and August have an average temperature high of 29 °C.