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Bucharest: Beers, Bites & Markets Small Group Walking Tour

by Urban Adventures
per traveler Price is $67
Duration: {0} Duration: 5h 30m Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

Bucharest's district, from the grand center to the suburbs

Romanian food like cheese, mici sausages & a unique donut

Visit to the biggest & liveliest peasant market in the city

Local craft beers & a shot of homemade Romanian brandy

Fun tram ride through the city streets alongside locals

Highlights

Bucharest's district, from the grand center to the suburbs

Romanian food like cheese, mici sausages & a unique donut

Visit to the biggest & liveliest peasant market in the city

Local craft beers & a shot of homemade Romanian brandy

Fun tram ride through the city streets alongside locals

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10:00 AM, Bohemian Bucharest: Markets & Mahallas Small Group Walking Tour in English, includes Food and Drinks

Duration 5h 30m No booking or credit card fees

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Bucharest: Beers, Bites & Markets Small Group Walking Tour

Activity Location

Bucharest

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • National Theatre

    Bulevardul Nicolae Bălcescu 2

    Bucharest 030167


Description

Dive into the history, architecture, and tasty food of Bucharest with a local guide on this tour that takes you from the heart of the city into the beautiful countryside. Taste traditional cuisine and rustic Romanian dishes along with local craft beers while admiring the city’s stunning architecture and learning all about its fascinating history.

You first stop is a turn-of-the-century townhouse where you’ll try an array of Romanian gustari (starters) like goat cheese, cured meats, spring onions, fresh-baked bread, and local craft beer as you soak up the atmosphere of this tucked-away locale.

Next, visit the Armenian district to admire eclectic and opulent architecture from centuries past and then cross into the old Jewish quarter to stop for the city’s most famous street-food: the covrigi (a pretzel-like treat).

From there, it’s time for a refreshing Romanian beer in an artsy, garden-like book shop, before hopping on a tram towards the Communist area of Bucharest and the famous Obor Market.

Before you do even more eating, you will stop for a drink of palinca (local brandy) to whet your appetite before tasting your way through stands piled high with cheeses and fresh local produce. Try a mici, a type of sausage served with mustard and paired with a cold beer, and wrap up the outing on a sweet note with a piping hot Wallachian doughnut.


Inclusions

  • Local English-speaking guide

  • Local cheese and meats, seasonal vegetables and homemade bread

  • Street snack

  • Tram tickets

  • 2 mici (includes bread and mustard)

  • Selection of local cheeses

  • 1 Wallachian doughnut

  • 3 beers and a shot of palinka (local brandy)


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are not allowed.

  • Maximum group size is 12 people.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Bucharest: Beers, Bites & Markets Small Group Walking Tour ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews

Expedia Verified Reviews

4.9 out of 5

5/5 May 14, 2019

Fun way to see the city. Monica our tour guide was amazing. We ate local food, drank local beer and saw local sites. Highly recommended

Deborah D

United States

5/5 Mar 19, 2019

This was such a fun tour! Saw a lot of places that you would never see if you were looking for the touristic spots. Some really interesting architecture and of course the food was delicious. I highly recommend it if you want to see the 'real' Bucharest. Urse was a fun and engaging guide :)

5/5 Mar 17, 2019

A nice way to learn about some of the inner-workings of Bucharest, with a bit of a focus on some of the architectural changes