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Palace of Parliament

Izvor St., 2-4, Bucharest 050711, Romania
+40 733 558 102
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The world's second largest building was built as a palace for Nicolae Ceauşescu, who was overthrown and executed before it was completed.
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Izvor St., 2-4, Bucharest 050711, Romania
+40 733 558 102
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Reviewed yesterday

As this is the second largest administrative building in the world, we were awed not only by its size, but its opulence. It's history is amazing and beyond words.

Thank Jim D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Definitely one to put on the list of things to see when in Bucharest. The building is crazy big which can be seen from the outside but only really appreciated once you go inside with a tour. The tours are fairly inexpensive and English ones...More

Thank Sarah H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

After the rude ladies at the paymeny desk and the security check to rival any airport...once the tour started it was surprisinly informative and at some times enjoyable. There isnt much to see but our tour guide had a lot of " back story" to...More

Thank Anthoula K
Reviewed 2 days ago

in footprint, (Only Pentagon is bigger) and it's as large underground as over, take a guided tour and you will learn about the folly of mankind, I recommend this to understand where the Romanians are coming from.

1  Thank Tafelbill
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Huge palace that you can loose the exit. Nice rooms and great tourist guides can show you all the special corners

Thank Steven G
Reviewed 4 days ago

Located on Dealul Arsenalului in central Bucharest, it is the largest administrative building in the world. We diden't go inside in our visit. Before you go make a search about history of the building and how it was made.

Thank kostaszaf1989
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The organisation was terrible, too many queues, no clear warning signs. The tour guide could be way better and the tour itself was a bit poor.

Thank maxacarvalho
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

There is a big set of queues and process that are not that clear or organized. You need to book the tour, queue to get your ticket, go to the store to queue to pay (35 lei) for the ticket and than queue to drop...More

Thank ijpvm
Reviewed 5 days ago

Second bigest building in the world Is worth of visiting. Tour guide was Informative and Professional. Tours are in different languages.

Thank Vlado Z
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Took the 80 minutes guided English tour. Very impressive. Huge place. Great way to learn a bit more about the history of Romania

Thank Karni S
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25 April 2017|
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Response from CristiDan | Reviewed this property |
30 lei for photo camera or video. if you use your cell phone free of charge
Eric J
24 April 2017|
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Response from LGBfund | Reviewed this property |
when we went there were 2 tours available - one in the morning and one in the afternoon. it's also worth noting that you'll need your passport when you visit as they need this for security measures.
28 March 2017|
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Response from DanaCercel | Reviewed this property |
Hello, the entrance fees can be paid in cash only, no credit card is accepted.Also the payment cannot be done in advance.