Hilton Weekend break Bucharest

About Tour

You can discover Bucharest by yourself and stay in any hotel of the city or choose the best accommodation in Bucharest – HILTON hotel.

You can find a lot of information about any place in the world but to visit them makes the difference. Bucharest was once called the little Paris because of its large boulevards, neo-classical French style of the important buildings and the Triumph Arch. You can still have a good time in Bucharest, as one would say “quality time“. Come and see also the second biggest largest building in the world, the Palace of Parliament or just walk about the old city. After that if you still have the strength you can dance till morning in one of the night clubs...

1 st Day

Friday

Included highlights:

  • Meet your guide
  • Have a city tour.
  • Check-in at Hilton hotel.

Included meals:

No meals included.

2 nd Day

Saturday

Included highlights:

  • The Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world,
  • The Patriarchal church,
  • The Village museum
  • The house of the great Romanian composer George Enescu.
  • Take a walk in the old city and discover the beauty of the 15-19 century buildings.
  • The rest of the day is free to continue exploring.
  • In the evening we invite you to a nice restaurant decorated in the spirit of the times when Bucharest was „little Paris“. We will enjoy our typical meal accompanied by music, also from that time.
  • The night clubs are waiting for you to have fun, ask the guide where!! Our suggestion is to go out in the city and meet the people, the Romanians are friendly, you will see.

Included meals:
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
3 rd Day

Sunday

Included highlights:

  • Depending on your departure time and your wake up we can do whatever you want. Today the city is mostly quiet. Go to church, take some pictures or buy some souvenirs, but don’t miss the brunch at Hilton hotel.
  • Check-out and transfer to the airport.

Included meals:
  • Breakfast

What People Say

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Victoria, Just a short note to say thank you very much for everything on Sunday. Despite the long and tiring journey caused by the road closure in Ukraine, we thoroughly enjoyed our day, and learned so much about Moldova, Transnistria and Ukraine. We particularly enjoyed discovering Tiraspol, as it's such an unusual place and gave us a glimpse of how life was under the former Soviet regime. Because British history is relatively simple, with few invasions and no changes of borders, we struggle to understand the complexities of European history. 

We were very impressed with your understanding - and with your excellent English language skills in explaining it all to us. It certainly brought to life our visit to your country. I hope your journey back home was a little easier than the one to Odessa. Please give our thanks to our driver on the day - I'm afraid we do not recall his name but we appreciated all he did to negotiate the way through the border crossings for us and to get us to Odessa as quickly as he did despite the obstacles. Good luck for future success in your career. If you are ever in England and are able to visit our area, do not hesitate to give us a call. We could show you the historic city of Winchester and the busy port and waterside areas of Portsmouth, which I'm sure you would find interesting. Thanks again for everything.

Dear Sirs! Upon a recent visit to Chisinau in Moldova, i required the assistance of a local guide, as my knowledge of the country was very limited. My guide was a young lady by the name of Ms. Natalia Cojuhari, i wish to place on record that her skills as a guide were quite unparalleled. 

The qualities that i look for in a guide, local knowledge, helpfulness, and a person’s overall ability to ensure the group they are responsible for, find out as much about the area they are visiting as possible. I believe that Ms. Cojuhari fulfilled all these requirements, along with her overall friendly demeanor, i believe makes her a first class tour guide.

This trip has exceeded my expectations due mostly to your thoughtful guidance and warmth. 

Thank you for sharing yout knowledge and passion about your wonderful country and for treating us like family.