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Bohemian Bucharest Markets and Mahallas Walking Food Tour

Highlights
  • Learn about Bucharest’s history from an English-speaking guide
  • Walk through many different neighborhoods and admire the architecture
  • Taste a wide variety of local food and drink samples
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Bohemian Bucharest Markets and Mahallas Walking Food Tour
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Bohemian Bucharest Markets and Mahallas Walking Food Tour
US$70.46
Overview
Go deep into Bucharest’s local food culture with an English-speaking guide. Walk through Strada Batistei, the Armenian quarter, the Jewish quarter, Mantuleasa, and Mosilor Street and learn about each place’s history. Taste local cheeses, meats, homemade bread, beers, liquors, and other Romanian food. Snap photos at the traditional Obor Market.
What to Expect

Begin your culinary tour in University Square and learn about Romania’s history from your English-speaking guide. Take a short walk to Strada Batistei. Visit a restored turn-of-the-century townhouse, where you can sample Romanian entrees (gustari) including goat cheese, cured meat, spring onions, homemade bread, and locally-brewed craft beers.

Continue on to the Armenian quarter and admire the mix of architectural styles.

Walk to the Jewish quarter and try a street food called covrigi. Afterwards, head to the beautiful area of Mantuleasa and hear about 19th-century and inter-war Bucharest. Sip a cold Romanian weissbier.

Hop on a tram for a short ride to Mosilor Street and notice the Communist-era buildings. Go to the Obor Market and try a drink of palinca (brandy). Try a sample of local cow, sheep, and goat cheeses. Taste mici, a skinless sausage with mustard. Finish your food tour with a sweet Wallachian doughnut.

Reviews (126)
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Reviewed today
Best of Bucaresti, Glimpses and tastes

Highly recommended. Dana is informed, knowledgable and a great communicator. We learned so much, but it always felt like a conversation with a friend, neve a dry lesson.We saw buildings and architecture we would never have found alone, cafes and beer halls, markets and trams,examples...More

Thank Jojojoy
Reviewed yesterday
Fab tour

Really enjoyed this tour, felt like we got to see parts of the city and have local experiences we never would have found on our own. The included food and drink was great and the small tour group (we were 4) meant we were all...More

Thank claire_loves_shoes
Doru1980, Manager at Bucharest Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

"Dear Claire, I’m delighted that you enjoyed the Bohemian Tour! We offer small group tours precisely so that people can get to know each other a bit while exploring the city (in this case lesser known areas of the city and local hangouts) and have...More

Reviewed 4 days ago
Wonderful Tour!!

What a wonderful tour this was!! I couldn't think of a better way to see Bucharest and experience the food, genuine culture, and architecture. Andrei was fantastic. He was so eager and kind, even staying past the end of the tour to answer questions for...More

Thank Doug M
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great way to kick off your trip to Bucharest!

My husband and I started our week in Bucharest with this tour and it was incredibly informative. Dana was an amazing guide who went above and beyond. She was able to make small changes to the menus of the places we visited when she found...More

Thank Erin M
Reviewed 1 week ago
A must in Bucharest :)

A must in Bucharest, we were 7 people, and had a wonderful trip with Dana, in Bucaresti where there are little or no tourists, We had to join and taste delicious local food and beer, at the end of the trip we were at the...More

Thank gekk671
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sspie
September 24, 2018|
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Response from Charlotte T | Reviewed this property |
Should. It be a problem. Pork is a main part of the Romanian diet but there are alternatives and you buy the food with the guide during the tour. Just let the guide know and they will purchase other meats. There was a... More
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kibarin
June 23, 2018|
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Response from Shirin T | Reviewed this property |
It’s started at 10:30 am
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shar0nhawley
April 7, 2018|
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Response from LizB114 | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes about 3.30 - 4.00 hours - we were a small group of 4
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