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Private Bucharest Food & Culture Tour (4-5 hrs)

I invite you to this excellent food & culture tour, perfect for those seeking to experience the local culture through traditional and typical food, and venture off the beaten path to discover real and authentic Bucharest.

Step into the bustle of Bucharest’s largest farmers market, chance to immerse into the local colors, flavors and people. Explore the captivating urban landscape and diverse faces of Bucharest, from typical Communist era working class district to the crumbling beauty of quaint 19th century neighborhoods, reminiscent of La Belle Epoque charm. 

When in Romania, you must try traditional Romanian foods such as ciorba (a plentiful soured soup), the famous sarmale (cabbage rolls stuffed with minced pork meat) and other delicacies. We will end up the tour with lunch to a fine Romanian restaurant where you have the chance to try Romanian food at its best:)

Romanian traditional mici mititei
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Tour information

DURATION
5 hrs 

ACTIVITY LEVEL
Light – we use the car to comfortably transfer between sites, and have a leisurely stroll on level ground for about 1.5 miles 

PRICE
130 EUR/1 person

140 EUR/2 people
150 EUR/3 people
160 EUR/4 people
(4 people maximum)

WHAT’S INCLUDED
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off by private car, air-conditioned
• Personal experience of a private tour with your local guide
• Samples of cured meat and cheese at the farmers market

NOT INCLUDED
• Cost of lunch at restaurant is not included. I will be happy to make suggestions and explain about dishes, and you pay for what you choose
• Cost of fresh produce, additional food you may like to purchase at the farmers market
• Cost of drinks you choose to buy at cafe or restaurant are not included

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Highlights

  • • browse the stalls with local produce at the biggest farmers market in Bucharest, experience the hustle and bustle, colors and savors and learn about seasonal greens and veggies. 
  • • sample cured meats and ‘telemea’, the traditional Romanian cheese
  • • try the famous ‘mititei’, Romanian staple food 
  • • take a stroll through the streets of a traditional neighborhood, admire the architecture and enjoy a coffee or lemonade to one of Bucharest’s delightful hidden garden terraces 
  • • have lunch to a fine Romanian restaurant where you can try traditional Romanian food such as ciorba (a soured soup), the famous sarmale (cabbage rolls stuffed with minced pork meat) and other delicacies 

Reminders
Please let me know about any food allergies or restrictions.

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To request a guided tour or get more information, please use the form below. I will answer asap, normally within a day. Thank you!
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