Bucharest City Tour

„Bucharest city tour” – plimbarea prin Bucuresti cu autobuzul turistic 🙂

Pentru ca ieri a fost o zi frumoasa si mai racoroasa, si pentru ca aveam ceva timp liber, m-am imbarcat alaturi de niste prieteni intr-o plimbare prin Bucuresti un pic mai diferita… Am zis sa facem un tur al orasului sub forma de turisti. Traseul autobuzului dureaza aproape o ora, si are opriri pe la majoritatea muzeelor si zonelor turistice mai importante din Bucuresti…

Cum a fost? Frumos, interesant si diferit. Ma bucur ca am avut ocazia sa admir cladirile vechi de pe Lascar Catargiu sau de pe Calea Victoriei, dintr-un unghi nou, de mai sus (doar stateam in bus la etaj), detaliile arhitecturale fiind mai evidente din acest punct…  Am ajuns si pe la parcul Herestrau si am aflat ca este cel mai mare parc din Europa, situat in interiorul unui oras. Am mai invatat si un pic din istoria marilor muzee Bucurestene si binenteles le-am notat in agenda pentru a reveni cu o vizita. Am vazut si ateneul si palatul regal, hoteluri si gradini, cateva statui si ocazional cate o fantana, binenteles Palatul Parlamentului, acelasi Bucuresti pentru noi, dar ceva nou pentru turisti… Cativa oameni de pe strada ne-au facut cu mana si ne-au zambit si ne-au facut ziua mai frumoasa si astfel va spun ca ne-am distrat si ne-am simtit bine in plimbarea noastra 🙂

Din pacate exista si parti negative, ocazional exista sansa sa va treziti cu niste crengi in cap daca nu sunteti atenti, dar asta nu este prea mare problema. Ce nu ne-a placut a fost ca, ghidul contine foarte putine informatii despre ceea ce vedem. Dezamagitor ca multe din casele vechi si importante (mici monumente ale orasului) nici nu sunt mentionate, desi trecem pe langa ele, chiar si la muzee informatiile erau destul de putine. Ne asteptam poate sa auzim de la ghid o poveste a Bucurestiului, cu mici detalii ce nu le putem gasi pe net, din pacate am primit doar date concrete prezentate intr-un mod cam rece… Chiar si asa, turul tot ramane distractiv si fun si informatiile suplimentare le putem cauta pe internet mai tarziu 🙂 Poze multe sa facem si sa nu uitam ce am vazut…

Drum bun si plimbare placuta….

ENGLISH:

„Bucharest city tour” – going around the city with the tour bus

Because yestarday was a beautiful and chill day, and because i had some free time, along with some friends i boarded the bus for a different stroll through Bucharest… We decided to take a tour of Bucharest under the guise of turists. The tour lasts about an hour, and has stops at most of the important museums and touristic areas of the city…

How was it? Beautiful, interesting and different. I am glad i had the chance to admire some of the old buildings on Lascar Catargiu and Calea Victoriei streets, from a new angle, higher up (afterall we were sitting on the top flor of the double decker bus), the architectural details being much more obvious from this point ov view… We got to Herestrau park and found out that it is the largest park inside of a city in the whole of Europe. We learned a bit about the history of some of the most important museums in Bucharest and of course we marked them down for a later visit. We saw the romanian Atheneum and the former Royal Palace, hotels and gardens, some statues and an occasional fountain, and of course the Palace of Parliament,  the same Bucharest for us, but something new for the tourists… A few people on the street waved and smiled at us, and made our day more beautiful and thus i tell you we had fun and enjoyed out special cruise 🙂

Sadly there are a few negative parts as well, like the ocasional branches that might hit you if you are not paying attention, but that is not that big of a problem. What we didn’t like was that the guide contained very few information about what we saw. It was dissapointing that many of the old and important houses of Bucharest (all small historical monuments) aren’t even mentioned, even thou we passed alot of them, and even at the museums the information was very sparse. We expected to hear a story of Bucharest from the guide, with small details that maybe we could not find on the internet, but sadly we only received facts that were presented in a kinda cold way… Even so, the tour was fun and the extra information we can look it up ourselves later online 🙂 just take lots of photos so you don’t forget what you saw…

Have a nice trip everyone…

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