Bucharest City Tour

The first double decker tourist bus line in Romanian capital Bucharest, called ‘Bucharest City Tour’ was inaugurated on July 2011.

city-tourThe bus will ride daily between 10,00 and 22,00 hours on the route Piata Presei Libere, Muzeul Satului, Arcul de Triumf, Piata Victoriei, Calea Victoriei, Palatul Parlamentului, Piata Unirii, Universitate, Piata Romana, Piata Victoriei, Piata Charles de Gaulle, Soseaua Kiseleff and back to Piata Presei Libere. The route is 15.4 km long and should take 50 minutes. Buses serving this new line will arrive every 15 minutes.

city-tour2The price of a ticket on this line is of RON 25 (the equivalent of EUR 5.8) for adults and RON 10 (some EUR 2.2) for children up to 14 years old. The transport card bought for this fee is valid for 24 hours and can be bought from the bus.harta1

Tourists will be able to see several tourist landmarks in Bucharest while riding the double decker: Casa Presei Libere, Herastrau Park, The Village Museum, the Triumphal 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 Telephones’ Palace, the CEC Palace, the National Museum of History, the Parliament Palace – the People’s Palace, the Romanian Patriarchy, Manuc’s Inn, the Old Court, the University, the Coltea Hospital, the Bucharest Museum, the National Theater, the Literature Museum and the Academy for Economic Studies. You can see the route, stations and tourist attractions on the map.