Old Town in Bucharest (Romania) is definitely a gem with so many monuments and landmarks. It is a great place to discover the most exciting monuments dating back to even 17th century. The city has so much history and the Old Town walking tour is the best way to explore these gems. The walk takes around 2 to 3 hours and can be explored at your own pace. It passes through some amazing spectacular landmarks.
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- Total distance: 6.5 kilometres
- Time taken: 2 hours
- Grade: Easy
- Landmarks covered:
- Antique Market.
- Templul Coral (built in 1857 and an entry ticket costs 15 Lei to go inside the temple).
- Church of St Dumitru (dates back to 1655).
- Stravropoleos Monastery (church built in 1724).
- CEC Palace.
- National Bank of Romania.
- Lupa Capitolina statue (Italian statue given to Romania).
I absolutely loved the old town walking tour. It was amazing to know the history of the city and to get some insight into what the city had gone through. I completely recommend this tour to everyone who is visiting Bucharest. I did this tour on my own but there are tours available that can be booked using the Viator website.