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This place is huge, excellent tour guide who was happy to answer every question put to her. You don’t see a lot of the place however just finding out the history of how it was built etc is very interesting. About an hours tour and...More
I did the 1 hour English tour. It was interesting. We saw a number of the larger rooms and learned some of the history. I would have like to learn more about the building. Perhaps a video or reading material to supplement the tour.
A huge place with a lot of rooms. Not my cup of tea because I’m thinking about the poor people in Rumänien. The price for this building was 10 miljards dollar. If you go here don’t forget your passport. It’s just like security at the...More
The second largest building in the world to the Pentagon. The overall building is huge but not especially attractive. After clearing security the tour is fairly interesting with some elaborate decoration and the senate chambers.
its the second largest administrative building in the world, and you must not miss out if you are in Bucharest. The structure, not too old n historic, however is super imposive n breathtaking. The endless halls, carpets and massive chandeliers are all awe inspiring. N...More
The palace is mind-blowingly enormous. The guided tour is about 1 hour long and in that time you are shown only about 4% of the whole interior of the building. The statistics alone are enough to astonish you, from hearing about the weight of everything...More
This is one place every tourist should go at least once. I'm not sure I will have to go back, but it is fascinating when it comes to its history and the history of communism. The tour guide is nice and informative.
Hello .... no, you can not call 3 days before .... you have to do it 24 hours ... you leave your name and they ask you at what time it suits you to arrive to a guided tour ... another day you arrive 10 or 15 minutes before... More
Hello .... no, you can not call 3 days before .... you have to do it 24 hours ... you leave your name and they ask you at what time it suits you to arrive to a guided tour ... another day you arrive 10 or 15 minutes before and at the entrance table they check your passport ... do not forget it because without it you will not be able to enter ..... take a taxi and ask it to take you to the pavilion of the Parliament and leaves you at the entrance .... do not worry, everyone knows where the entrance is ..... be careful, take a taxi from the company and not private as they are expensive .... good luck ...