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Visit the Top 10 places in Bukarest with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company

Visit the Top 10 places in Bukarest with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company
Coach Charter Germany will be happy to reveal to your party Bucharest which has been changed frequently by earthquakes, wars and the whims of a dictator.  its a city of culture in constant evolution. Chartered bus will take you to a city of contrasts with its own unique atmosphere like; Oriental influences, Balkan aura, Western culture and lifestyle, combined with communist landscaping, French aristocracy's sense of 'old times' and a deep Latin blood passion for life. Tour bus will show you the amazing surprises in Bucharest, including breathtaking fresco-ed churches shrouded in the shadow of blocks of communist flats. Several of these churches were demolished in the 1980s, when the city was rearranged along the lines of a European Pyongyang, while others were preserved by moving in one piece to the hidden backstreets. Coach Charter Germany's Bus Rental is truly your reliable service to ensure brilliant holidays in Bucharest.

Need to travel with your team? Bus rental answers our needs!  Coach charter Germany's chartered bus is Bucharest's best travel choice. Tour bus service will support you to explore and make the most of your holiday in Bucharest. Coach Charter Germany's Bus Company kindly reminds tour leaders to explain the anticipated events to group early, so preparations are made before the trip to Bucharest. Airport Shuttle will coordinate the rides between the hotels and the airports.

Would you need inspirations where to stopover in Bucharest? Kindly find here our top 10 places to see in Bucharest: 

1. Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum

Hire a bus that can drive you to a museum of over 270 real historical houses. They come from every region of the nation, from Banat in the west to Moldova in the east to Transylvania in the south. These have been thoroughly dismantled to re-organized together by rocks, timber or cob (clay and straw).

2. Old Town

Bus company needs to make clear that the center is probably the youngest Old Town center in the world, as Bucharest's Old Town is ten years old only ! There are many markets with bars, hotels, fast food outlets and loud music, and all located in modern buildings.

3. Parliamentary Palace

This is the biggest administrative building on the planet size-wise, and was constructed originally as a supreme residence, with 365,000 square meters of space. Despite currently providing meeting halls, museums, official policy offices and the Parliament Hall, it is still almost three-fourths vacant. Tour bus proposes you visit the Palace Museum, the Soviet Totalitarianism Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art to feel this building's complete and mystifying size.

4. Romanian Peasant Museum

The archives of this highly regarded folk museum first opened in 1906. However, it was closed by the Communist dictatorship for a while during the 20th century, but it reopened in 1990 in no more than six weeks after Ceauescu died.  Airport shuttle highlights other divisions of the museum that are devoted to the Romanian countryside's history and culture, outlining 400 years of heritage, and presenting a jaw-dropping array of costumes.

5. Herăstrău Park

Chartered bus suggests spending some fresh time at Bucharest's largest park bordering the northern part of the city, but actually the 74-hectare Herăstrău Lake takes up most of its area. So there is plenty of outdoors fun available. 

6. Stavropoleos Church

Tour bus proposes a trip to Stavropoleos Church, perhaps the finest religious structure in Bucharest, with a wonderful façade of multi-foil arches furnished with arabesque foliate and vortex shapes and magnificent capitals.

7. Revolution Square

Revolution Square is considered the area to find Romanian organizations of all varieties. It was named after the brutal uprising that overthrown Nicolae Ceauescu in 1989 and toppled the Democratic Republic of Romania's Communism system. The bus company has to note that this square was established by the Romanian Communist Party's Central Committee.

8. Markets tour

If you really like different cuisines, or if you need some relaxed cultural experiences, then check out the Bohemian Maret Travel. On this tour you can try the popular 'mici' street snack in Bucharest, as well as local beers from the craft gastropubs of the region.

9. Calea Victoriei

It's an indication of this boulevard's significance and prominence that there are so many of the attractions and landmarks on the above list that are actually along its way. Chartered bus will be able to present to your group this special route that starts at Revolution Square in the north of Calea Victoriei and runs all the way down to the river Dâmbovita.

10. Botanical Gardens

Chartered bus advises you to visit a 17-hectare landscape containing 5,000 plant varieties. The Botanical Gardens are managed by Bucharest University.

Coach charter Germany airport shuttle will still take your group and support your group on your journey to Bucharest. Bucharest is linked to the world by two airports: Henri Coandă Airport (Otopeni) and Băneasea Airport (Aurel Vlaicu). Coach Charter Germany airport shuttle service can pick up your party from either airport or any other spot in and around the city. It will take only a few minutes to arrive at the city with our airport shuttle to start your holidays in Bucharest. We are the airport shuttle that offer you freedom of movement when you are able to build your individual group tour itinerary. Our airport shuttle service will be the best partner for transfers around Bucharest. 
Refer to us your inquiry now and we'll test prices and availability to send you the best price for your Bucharest trip.

Top 10 places in Bukarest | Coach Charter | Bus rental
Aaron Flanzraich, Senior Rabbi, Beth Sholom Synagogue, Toronto, Canada
Top 10 places in Bukarest | Coach Charter | Bus rental
I had the honour of leading a Synagogue tour covering three cities in Germany: Munich, Dachau and Berlin. This required seamless coverage for our transportation needs. From the initial contact with Irro Reisen and in particular Karsten the communication was courteous, professional and responsive. Upon landing in Germany to our departure a week later the drivers were accomodating, the buses were clean and modern, and the bus service became something we didn’t need to worry about. Which perhaps is the very best compliment one can provide!

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