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We booked the standard tour one day in advance - the underground tour was not available unfortunately. Nevertheless, it was a good opportunity to see this massive impressive building.You could probably spend hours here, but the tour was only about 45 minutes. Our guide told...More
Did the tour. Yes it is very grand and lots of fancy rooms. View from the terrace was good although not the best city view compared with other cities. Overall feeling was that the grandess of the building was very over the top, unnecessary, and...More
This building really impressed us. We took the English tour for 40 lei, and it was well worth it. The tour guide was funny, and the stories about Ceausescu were interesting. The building is amazing, sooo beautiful and impressive.
You must prebook the tour (call...More
I believe this is the second biggest Parliament in Europe and it is impressive. Most of Bucharest has amazing architecture (despite the lack of upkeep). We didn't do the tour that I believe you can book but standing outside is enough to appreciate the architecture...More
This building is amazing. Its size, its staircases, its rooms, everything. And the view of the Paris-inspired street off the back portico isn’t so bad either. I went on the very first English-speaking tour of the day, and I’m very glad I did. There were...More
A ridiculous building that is second in size in the world only to the pentagon. But why? Ceausesco was a communist dictator who wanted the biggest and best but the building wasn’t completed in his lifetime so now it’s for tours and events and the...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... 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 ...