This day-trip to Bulgaria will take you to see the best of Bulgaria in one day. Leave in the morning to the Romanian-Bulgarian border you will arrive at the Ivanovo Rock Churches, a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site with perfectly preserved frescoes. Next stop will be done in Veliko Turnovo, the capital of the second Bulgarian Empire where you can tour inside the Tsarevets fortress from the 12th century. Step back in time on the Samovodene Artisans Street packed with workshops of locals where you can find a coppersmith, silversmith, icon painter and many more. Drive up to Arbanassi Village, an architectural reserve unique in Bulgaria. Visit the interior of Konstantilieva House, a merchants house from the 17th century.If the booking is for 1, 2 or 3 pax we will go with Volskwagen Passat 2018.If the booking is for 4 , 5, 6, 7 or 8 pax we will go with van Opel Vivaro 2019.
Walk through the changes in Bucharest on a tour inspired by The New York Times’s 36 Hours and led by a local guide. See how the Romanian capital is shaking off years of dictatorship and corruption, and see the places and people making the change happen. On a tour with unique access to people and places, see, taste and experience the charm of Bucharest. Hear how the revolution of 1989 led to a revolution in both society and culture, and see how grassroots organizations are seeking to remedy past ills.
The Red Patrol Magic & Spell of Romanian Food Tour with Dacia is an urban trip for understanding the Romanian food starting from the powerful ingredients .Garlic, lovage, basil, wheat, meat milk or eggs have magical powers in the Romanian popular belief for centuries that unites the biological, cosmic and astral world organically. Dracula or other supernatural creatures are kept away or invoked for support by using these classic food ingredients, some of these predict future fortune or failure if dream. Every Romanian food has a story of magic and spell that we will reveal together with the amazing taste in a flavored tour with an old Dacia car from the 80’s.• A visit of the biggest Bucharest peasant Market(Meat, Fish, Vegetable & Cheese halls ); presentation of the main ingredients of Romanian cuisine; meet the Romanian peasants ;• Tasting of the famous Romanian”mici” from Obor Market.• A visit to a 2 in 1 bistro; tasting of Romanian cheese, dried meats, and “zacusca”.
Street Food & Romanian Fine Dining Tour with Dacia is an urban exploration of Bucharest with 80’s Dacia for discovering the flavored gastronomic experiences & traditions of the Romanian cuisine & cooking.You’ll meet the Romanian cuisine, presented by a visit to the biggest food market of Bucharest, you will visit 3 top places for tasting the local dishes:• A visit of the biggest Bucharest Market, Halele Obor with “Hala de carne” (Meat Market), ”Hala de peste” (Fish Market) and “Piata de legume“ (Vegetable Market). A presentation of the main ingredients of Romanian food and Romanian cooking style• Tasting of the Romanian ”mici” or ”mititei” from Obor Market.• A visit to a 2 in 1 bistro shop & tasting of Romanian cheese, dried meats, and zacusca;• A visit of a restaurant with a modern interpretation of the Romanian cuisine Lunch.Stops for pictures & stories at Casa Poporului, the Palace of Parliament. You'll get unique photos with an iconic car for Romanians and the city.