Start your adventure in the city center and visit The Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance, a reminder of the cruel events that unfolded between 1950-1977. Learn about the Communistic torture methods that were used in the hundreds of deportation camps and prison across the country.
Next, leave the Golden Age behind and travel back in time in the beginning of the 20th century to find out all about the scandalous times that Bucharest had before the Communist Regime took power. In 1927, around 12.000 prostitutes and escorts were working in Romania. Among them, there were ladies of night such as the beautiful gypsy dancer, Zaraza.
We will stop inside a former brothel to tell you the story of an unknown individual who would attack alone waitresses returning from work. This serial killer was known as "The Vampire of Bucharest", a terror on the streets between 1970 and 1971!
Finish grand inside the Bellu Cemetery, the first modern graveyard in the city and a place filled with love stories, unique architecture and even mysteries waiting to be resolved.