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May 18, 2022

Guided pedestrians’ night tour of Bucharest

To celebrate the ‘Bucharest Days’, ARCEN (the Romanian Culture, Education and Normality Association) will organize a cultural night tour of Bucharest every evening between September 19 and September 22 from 7 p.m. starting at Odeon Theatre.
The theme of the guided night tour of the Capital will be ìBehavior, habits and obsessions in Bucharestî. The event will entail a one kilometer route of two hours, during which the 19th and 20th century life of Bucharest and its inhabitants will be illustrated.
The night tour proposed by ARCEN on the Capital’s anniversary will include the following streets: Calea Victoriei, Ion Campineanu Street, Academiei Street, Piata Revolutiei, Valter Maracineanu Street, George Vraca Street, Ion Brezoianu Street, Rigas entrance, Constantin Mille Street and Regina Elisabeta Boulevard.
Along the route, the audience will have the opportunity to learn stories about the literary bohemian world in Oteteleseanu Garden, stories about the first telephone in Bucharest, as well as about cinema, luxury, the first bookshops in 19th century Bucharest, famous grocer’s shops and luxury hotels, slums and inns.
The cultural tour organized on the occasion of “Bucharest Days” continues the project entitled “With the cane around Bucharest”, whose fourth edition was held this summer and was attended by a record number of participants – over 2,500 persons took place in all cultural routes between July 27 and September 8.
ARCEN invites everyone in Bucharest to take part free of access in the night cultural tour and discover Bucharest in a new light, listen to its stories and celebrate 554 years of existence in the very heart of the Capital, on Calea Victoriei and the surrounding streets, under the guidance of ARCEN professionals.
ARCEN tour guides expect participants with a cane or umbrella, depending on the weather, in front of Odeon Theatre between September 19 and September 22 at 7 p.m.

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