Leave the bustle of Bucharest behind and head for Romania's favorite holiday destination on a private tour to the beautiful Black Sea coast. In Constanta, dig into the area’s ancient history at an archaeology museum, learn about Romanian folk art traditions, and step inside the country’s largest mosque. Then, soak up some sun and relaxed local culture on the sandy beaches of Mamaia, a popular seaside resort known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea.’
Make the most of your Romanian summer vacation with a day trip to the Black Sea. Transportation from Bucharest takes you to the coastal city of Constanta where you’ll explore the Old Town at your own pace with a private guide. After visiting the main attractions, round out your tour at the Mamaia Sea Resort. Take a dip in the sea or soak up the sun during your free time, before returning to Bucharest.
One of the ancient greek colonies at the Black Sea, we shall learn some its legends. Now, as it was at that time,it is the biggest port of the Black Sea. We shall visit the Roman mosaic, the biggest found so far in the Roman World. Further, the Big mosque and the Aquqrium with the Casino.Furthermore, some free time to spend on your own at the beach and in Constanța downtown available.
Head to neighboring Bulgaria on a full-day tour from Bucharest to visit the historic town of Veliko Tarnovo. Your private guide shows you the lively town's highlights, including the sprawling grounds of Tsarevets Fortress and the historical quarter of Samovodskata Charshiya. You'll also see medieval and Bulgarian Renaissance churches, the Yantra River, Trapezitza hill and Nicopolis-Ad-Istrum — an ancient Roman fortress and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Soak in the scenery of southern Romania during the 2.5-hour drive and learn about the region's history from your informative guide.
Veliko Tarnovo or City of the Tsars is one of the most visited areas of Bulgaria and is known as the capital of The Second Bulgarian Empire. It has everything that a tourist needs; a touch of history, a touch of art and a lot of entertaining for all ages and tastes. The old town is placed on three hills, and on the Tsaravets hill we will visit the palace of the Bulgarian Emperors and The Patriarchal Cathedral.Basarbovo Monastery is cave monastery, bulgarian-orthodox founded in the Second Bulgarian Empire. Arbanasi is an ancient village set on a high plateau known for the rich history and large number of historical monuments, such as 17th- and 18th-century churches.
An enjoyable tour in which you will discover Bucharest from other perspective, visiting some unusual places, with unique stories. Highlights:You will visit a ruined monastery and you will hear its legendary dark taleYou will visit a strange island on the biggest Bucharest Lake and you will find out why you shouldn’t be thereYou will see the only natural European delta, right in the middle of the city, with its unique habitatYou will have a chance to visit the biggest Bucharest cemetery and the alley where many of the famous people of Romania were burriedYou will visit the oldest house of BucharestYou will enter in a strange museumWhat to expect:Spending a few hours in the middle of stories about uncommon places of Bucharest, together with informations about the Capital of Romania, in the companion of a friendly guide.
Peles Castle was declared a museum in 1953. The building is the most visited museum in Romania that annually more than 300,000 tourists come to admire this special place in the Carpathians Mountains.Peles Castle has a total of 170 rooms and 30 bathrooms, but only 35% of the castle can be visited. The rooms that a visitor should not miss if he gets to the Peles Castle are: the hall of honor, the reception hall, the hall of mirrors, the great hall of arms, the concert hall, the imperial apartment, the Moor room, the Turkish room or the theater. In addition, rare books with the covers engraved with golden letters in the royal library impress travelers, especially for the secret door that is located behind a shelf.
Expand your time in Romania to include a private day-trip to northern Bulgaria. With a comprehensive itinerary, end-to-end transport, and a private guide, you don’t need to spend a moment stressing over planning, transportation schedules, or language barriers. You set the pace as you discover Basarabov Monastery, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Arbanassi, and much more. Finally, unwind as your private transportation returns you to Bucharest.
Enisala is the last city of Genoese, whose walls bear in them a centuries oldhistory. It was built by the Genovese merchants on the shores of LakeRazim near Babadag, for military purposes - to defend the center ofDobrogea. Cropped on top of a hilltop with limestone blocks, the fortress issurrounded by a shady landscape shaded by trees. However, you will beenchanted by the fields of limestone, limestone and grotto that you will find it hard to forget. Here you can meet a small forest of pines and only good places to be immortalized. And the channels that connect the two lakes - Babadag and Razim - are very interesting. Dolosman Head is situated in the southern part of Tulcea County, right on the shores of Lake Razelm, the enchanting Jurilovca commune, represents one of the most picturesque destinations in the Danube Delta area, being a true delight especially in the autumn season, when nature is embellished in color shades of red, red and purple.
We're leaving in the morning at 7 o'clock from Bucharest to Salt Mines Ocnele Mari from Vilcea city . I can pick you up from anywhere in Bucharest.We will stop on Black Hill where you can enjoy one of the most famous and traditional romanian meet food.After you enjoy your brunch , we continue our trip to the salt mines.Here you will see a salt mine 400 years old.You'll see how the salt was extracted 400 years ago.There are many recreational activities in the mine: Football Tennis Pool BilliardsWe can ride the bikes in the salt mine, drive a small car etcFor children there are playgrounds where they will definitely feel great..But the most important thing is for your health.1-3 hour in a salt is perfect for the respiratory system, asthma, heart disease.I think it is an experience you will never forgetIn the evening we will come back to the Bucharest.
Explore Transylvania on a private 5-day tour from Bucharest, and discover a romantic region of untouched mountains, forests, UNESCO-listed castles, and, of course, the legends of Count Dracula. With a guide, you’ll travel through the Carpathian Mountains to visit Bran Castle (aka Dracula’s Castle); the ancient city of Brasov; and a medley of churches, citadels, castles, and ruins. Rest overnight in prebooked 3-star accommodation and enjoy breakfasts each morning.
I am organizing this tour of Bucharest, that comprises some of the most important attraction points on Calea Victoriei (one of the main boulevards in Bucharest) and addiacent streets.You will see museums, important churches, hidden gardens and restaurants, main architectural buildings. You will get the feeling of the city, on foot, but you will also learn more about Romanian culture and people and about Bucharest life.We can choose together maximum 2 museums to visit on the way.We will end the tour in a famous Romanian cuisine restaurant, where we can enjoy together some traditional food.The POI mentioned in the tour details are just a few of the places we will see and visit
This private day tour from Bucharest combines the mystery of a subterranean salt mine with the bubbling mud 'volcanoes' of Buzau County, topped off with some of Romania's best wine. Descend underground to explore the caverns of Unirea Salt Mine, Europe's second-largest salt mine, and then refresh with an optional optional wine tasting at Lacerta Winery. End the day with a look at the curious geothermal cones that spout mud and natural gases near the town of Berca.
Seen many archaeological sites in Europe? Ours are different. You will be surprised to find out that Romania has a lot to offer on this, as its area was inhabited more than 2000 years ago by a civilization, that was, at some point, feared even by the mighty Roman Empire and finally conquered by it in 106.The Dacians, but also the Romans built significant cities in fortresses and their ruins are still visible. But why are they different from other ancient ruins? It is because the Dacians were building in the mountains and on high hills, so simply going to the fortress will give you amazing views of one of the most wild area of Carpathians - Orastie Mountains.The trip is our favorite package as it combines history and trips in nature, all of them surprising. In summer, in the area of the fortresses, there are many reenactment festivals. If the trip takes place during the event, you can also witness reenactments, old Dacian crafts and objects.
Ambrozie`s Cell, situated on Istrita Hill, Buzau county, is formed by two rooms in which a few bays and porches were carved, either with domestic or religious destination. Ambrozie was a monk from Breaza commune who, as a layman, was named Tanase Rizea. He spent a few years at Athos Mountain, Greece, and when he came back home he decided to isolate himself in a cell that he himself carved in the Stone of the Hawk. He lived 50 years in the cell that today has his name.Going on the trail to the peak of Istrita Hill, we reach a glade with a small forest and white cross on which it is written “The monastery of Ambrozie the Hermit”. Here we have the best sight of the southern wall of the Soimilor Hill and, to the right, the rupestral dwelling called “Ambrozie Skete” which was declared a world heritage site. Here, the monk Ambrozie lived in solitude until 1980 when he passed away.