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Reward yourself with one of the Winter Special Tours and feel the Holiday's Cheer! Tours are available in December and January only:- Bucharest's Intriguing Palaces - Past and Present Presidential Palaces- Christmas Lights in Bucharest
The Christmas markets in Romania are not yet as popular as their sisters in the Western Europe, but that will only offer you the opportunity to enjoy them without crowding. Christmas markets in Romania tour was designed to show you the most known ones - Bucharest, Sibiu and Brasov. Visit them, enjoy the holiday atmosphere and discover the cities that host them.
The exclusive tour only in the Christmas period! This special times brings magic in The Bucharest city. Together with the professional local guide, you will visit the most beautifully decorated places in Bucharest-Palace of the parliament, the Romanian village museum. You will feel spellbound with the charming atmosphere in the central Constitution Square with traditional Christmas corals, which you can feel only this time of the year! What is the story of the Christmas tree? Who was the first to decorate it in the world? What magical things can happen during the Christmas period? Have you heard about Christmas spells? You will hear miraculous Christmas legends about Bucharest. You will visit the Christmas Market in the Bucharest with its decorated wooden stalls, where you can get handicrafts, sweet gingerbread, hot mulled wine. What makes it so popular? What local products is must taste at Christmas? Fill your heart with the joy and experience magic of Bucharest.
The period near Christmas is such a lovely time, and it can be a thrilling experience while travelling, if a local shows you all the nice, Christmassy places, in the city in which you find yourself. Bucharest has a lot of squares that, during the holidays, are becoming enchanted places, with fairs and Christmas trees and beautiful decorations... I invite you to discover how beautiful this city can be, during the holidays, drink a cup of mulled wine, eat some Romanian Christmas cookies, and enjoy this lovely city during the holidays.
If you are looking for a day of adventure to cut yourself off from the stress of everyday life, we have put together for you a one-day tour of the Bran Castle, followed by several other important sites worthy of your attention.Here is an overview of our private tour, highlighting the main tourist attractions we will be visiting:1. DRACULA DAY TRIP – SINAIA MONASTERY2. DRACULA DAY TRIP – PELES CASTLE3. BRAN/ DRACULA’S CASTLE4. DRACULA DAY TRIP – BRASOV CITY TOUR5. DRACULA DAY TRIP – BLACK CHURCH BRASOV
Ready to feel festive? Join an expert local guide and get the lowdown on winter traditions in Bucharest with stops at three Christmas markets sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Sip mulled wine as you browse stalls selling authentic handmade products and traditional holiday foods, and learn all about local winter celebrations in the city.
Discover the beauty of Romanian Christmas from traditions to tasting food and drinks that we cook especially for holidays. Your local guide will take you at the most important Christmas Markets in the city and at the same time you can hear stories about how we celebrate Christmas, interesting, but also weird traditions for this period of the year and also changes that apperead in communist Romania. Of course, you will not miss the decorations, since our capital is one of the most decorated city in Europe on this occasion.You will stroll through the boulevards of the city and of the Old Town admiring the famous decorations. At the fairs, the guide will explain which are the traditional souvenirs and also what we eat for our Christmas (such a long list that it will be difficult to remember). One of the highlights of the tour is the story of Christmas during communist times, when Santa Claus was illegal and abusively replaced by another character.