Bucharest Panoramic & Mogosoaia Palace Tour – 4 hours
This 4-hour tour includes an introductory panoramic tour of Bucharest with brief stops for photos and explanations, followed by a trip outside Bucharest to Mogosoaia Palace located 20 km north of the city.
private tour by car/minibus
|Highlights of the trip||
panoramic tour of Bucharest, Mogosoaia Palace the the surrounding park, Mogosoaia Lake
€99 for 1 person; €79 per person (group of 2 people); €69 per person (group of 3 people); €52 per person (group of 4-7 people); €47 per person (group of 8-15 people)
Daily on request
around 4-5 hours
pick-up & drop-off at your hotel (or any address in the city)
English (other languages available on request for an additional fee)
Transport by car/minibus, Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel, English speaking guide
Entrance fees at Mogosoaia Palace (6 lei/person)
|Additional benefits for our customers||
10% discount at best restaurants in Bucharest including famous locations as Hard Rock Cafe, Caru’ cu bere, Hanu’ lui Manuc, Pescarus, 30% discount at Museum of Senses, 15% discount at Kitsch Museum.
Bucharest – Mogosoaia – Bucharest
The itinerary depends on your hotel’s location, but it will include: Free Press Square (Piata Presei Libere) – The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Triumf) – Victoriei Square (Piata Victoriei) – Calea Victoriei – Revolution Square (Romanian Atheneum, Revolution’s Memorial) – The Palace of Parliament (Palatul Parlamentului) – Union Square (Piata Unirii) – University Square (Piata Universitatii) – Romana Square (Piata Romana) – Victoriei Square (Piata Victoriei) – Charles de Gaulle Square (Piata Charles de Gaulle) – The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului).
Then, head to Mogosoaia to visit the Palace.
About Mogosoaia Palace
After about one hour of driving to the north of Bucharest we will reach Mogosoaia Palace, a monumental building having a unique architecture called Brancovenesc Architecture, which is Romanian Renaissance architectural style having a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman elements. The Palace was built by the ruler Constantin Brancoveanu in 1702. After the execution of Constantin Brancoveanu in Constantinopol in 1714, the palace continue to be own by the family, but has passed a decline during the Ottoman rule period. It was renovated starting with 1912 by Martha Bibescu becoming a meeting place for the members in the high level society. During the Second World War, the palace was also a meeting place for the Allied diplomats. In the end of the Second World War, after 1945, the palace was nationalized by the Communist Party. In the present, the palace hosts the Museum of Brancoveanu Art and it is an important tourist attraction.
Mogosoaia Palace is closed on Mondays and you will see it from outside.
TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice and for any reason at the moment you arrive.