Bucharest offers its guests a unique array of architectural styles, from different ages. You are invited to admire some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, influenced by the Western European architecture: the Military club was built by the Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimarolu, in 1912; the impressive ballrooms are still used as a refined location for banquets and official events. The Museum of History, hosted by the Sutu Palace, is a neoclassical building dating back to 1834. Two of the most important artefacts of the museum are the document attesting the existence of Bucharest, issued by Vlad Tepes in 1459, and a sword that belonged to Prince Constantin Brancoveanu, promoter of the well-known Brancovenesc style – a harmonious blend of Romanian, Byzantine and Western architecture.
This three hour guided tour is a chance to see the major masterpieces of the city: The Village Museum (outdoor) or the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (indoor) – depending on the weather conditions - the Central Library, Kretzulescu Church and Stavropoleos Monastery.