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Wine Tasting in Bucharest

Wine Tasting in Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$30.00

When visiting Romania, it’s a shame to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition, that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine.

Abel’s Wine Bar offers you a wine tasting in Bucharest.

To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, you read correctly, thousands of years of wine tradition ... More info ›

When visiting Romania, it’s a shame to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition, that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine.

Abel’s Wine Bar offers you a wine tasting in Bucharest.

To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, you read correctly, thousands of years of wine tradition. Actually, Romania has one of the oldest wine tradition in the world – more than 6000 years of viticulture and it is believed that Dionysos, the God of wine, was born on this land.

Now that we've captured your attention with facts and beautiful history, how about some wine tasting? To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

When visiting Bucharest, stop by Abel’s Wine Bar, located in Old Town and one of the few places where you can enjoy a wine tasting in Bucharest and sample some of the country’s most exquisite wines.

When choosing a wine tasting experience, along with amazing taste of reds, whites and roses  the Wine Guide will unveil the legends of the vineyards, tell stories about the people that created the wine and their secrets of the wine making. It is not just drinking wine, it is sensory experience with a incursion in Romanian culture and tradition and fascinating insights into the world of Romanian wine production.

The experience is deliciously enjoyable and educational in the same time. You’ll feel like having a guided wine tour of Romania, without leaving Old Town Bucharest.

Abel’s wine menu offers more than 100 labels of wines from both New World – South America, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand – and the Old Continent. Thus, if you care for variety, you can taste some of the best wines from all over the world. And, if in the process you’ll fell in love with a certain wine, Abel’s have all their menu wines on special take away price, so you can take home your newly founded favourite wine bottle and enjoy it with your loved one.

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Whiskey Tasting in Bucharest

Whiskey Tasting in Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 to 2 hrs
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$35.00

While you visiting Romania, we can provide you an complete journey through the world's whiskey brought by hand from the guide of a local expert.

When visiting Bucharest, stop by Abel’s Wine Bar, located in Old Town and one of the few places where you can enjoy a wine tasting in Bucharest and sample some of the country’s most exquisite wines, but also we provide other kind of drinking experiences, like distillates.

When choosing a whiskey tasting experience, the Guide will unveil the legends, tell stories about the people that created the whiskey and their secrets of the whiskey making. It is not just drinking, it is sensory experience with a incursion in worldwide culture and tradition.

The experience is deliciously enjoyable and educational in the same time.

While you visiting Romania, we can provide you an complete journey through the world's whiskey brought by hand from the guide of a local expert.

When visiting Bucharest, stop by Abel’s Wine Bar, located in Old Town and one of the few places where you can enjoy a wine tasting in Bucharest and sample some of the country’s most exquisite wines, but also we provide other kind of drinking experiences, like distillates.

When choosing a whiskey tasting experience, the Guide will unveil the legends, tell stories about the people that created the whiskey and their secrets of the whiskey making. It is not just drinking, it is sensory experience with a incursion in worldwide culture and tradition.

The experience is deliciously enjoyable and educational in the same time.

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Premium Tasting of Romanian Wines

Premium Tasting of Romanian Wines - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$40.00

When visiting Romania, it’s a shame to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition, that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine. We offer a trip in the top of the line of romanian wines just premium selection.

Abel’s Wine Bar offers you a wine tasting in Bucharest.

To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition ... More info ›

When visiting Romania, it’s a shame to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition, that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine. We offer a trip in the top of the line of romanian wines just premium selection.

Abel’s Wine Bar offers you a wine tasting in Bucharest.

To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, you read correctly, thousands of years of wine tradition. Actually, Romania has one of the oldest wine tradition in the world – more than 6000 years of viticulture and it is believed that Dionysos, the God of wine, was born on this land.

Now that we've captured your attention with facts and beautiful history, how about some wine tasting? To understand Romania, you should taste its wine.

When visiting Bucharest, stop by Abel’s Wine Bar, located in Old Town and one of the few places where you can enjoy a wine tasting in Bucharest and sample some of the country’s most exquisite wines.

When choosing a wine tasting experience, along with amazing taste of reds, whites and roses  the Wine Guide will unveil the legends of the vineyards, tell stories about the people that created the wine and their secrets of the wine making. It is not just drinking wine, it is sensory experience with a incursion in Romanian culture and tradition and fascinating insights into the world of Romanian wine production.

The experience is deliciously enjoyable and educational in the same time. You’ll feel like having a guided wine tour of Romania, without leaving Old Town Bucharest.

Abel’s wine menu offers more than 100 labels of wines from both New World – South America, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand – and the Old Continent. Thus, if you care for variety, you can taste some of the best wines from all over the world. And, if in the process you’ll fell in love with a certain wine, Abel’s have all their menu wines on special take away price, so you can take home your newly founded favourite wine bottle and enjoy it with your loved one.

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Bucharest Beer and Culture Tour with a Local

Bucharest Beer and Culture Tour with a Local - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$65.25

Fasten your seatbelts! You’re about to take a journey into the heart of ‘Little Paris,’ a nickname that indicates just how dreamily grandiose the architecture of Bucharest can be. We’ll show you the city’s top historical sites and tell you a few tales of life behind the Iron Curtain ... More info ›

Fasten your seatbelts! You’re about to take a journey into the heart of ‘Little Paris,’ a nickname that indicates just how dreamily grandiose the architecture of Bucharest can be. We’ll show you the city’s top historical sites and tell you a few tales of life behind the Iron Curtain. And did we mention that you’re going to experience all this whilst getting your beer on?! All the best craft beers and local brands will be handed to you with a friendly smile from your local guide as we frequent some of the best beer joints in the city. History  and beer?! You can thank us later…

They say that beer makes history better and we think that you will agree by the end of this tour! Whether this is your first time in Bucharest or your tenth, we’re confident that we’ve come up with the most fun way to discover our beautiful city.

Your tour begins in Romana Square (Piata Romana), where you will meet your local guide. Following a brief description of the area, we will make our way, passing by Amzei Market, to our first stop to meet a local street vendor where we’ll sample a traditional Romanian street pastry.

Next up, we’ll head over to one of our favourite craft beer bars, just a short walk away. While indulging in a flight of four local craft beers, we’ll chat about the brewing processes and about the passion that goes into beer-making in Romania.

Throughout the tour, we’ll talk about the up-and-coming craft beer scene in Romania and introduce you to our local history and culture with a carefully curated assortment of tales that are sure to get you bang up to date!

Now, with our beer buzz setting in, we will continue our walk down Victory Avenue, home to many of Bucharest’s most important landmarks, such as the Revolution Square, which boast a mix of royal and communist influences, perfectly reflecting the city’s complicated past.

Next on our agenda is another hidden gem in a historical location with a great atmosphere that you’re sure to love. Here, we shall continue with our stories and local beer exploration as we taste one of the oldest beer brands in Romania. On route, you will discover intriguing sights, such as the former National Theatre of Bucharest, the former Headquarters of the Communist Party, one of the oldest churches in Bucharest, Kretzulescu Church, and the University Square with its superb late 19th-century architecture.

Our last stop will be an exquisite turn-of-the-century townhouse, lovingly restored but with that irresistible sense of elegant decay so typical of Bucharest. Whether you choose to sit inside or outside, under the trees and vines, with grapes dangling overhead, you’ll sample a selection of Romanian entrees (gustari), including goat’s cheese, cured meat, spring onions and homemade bread, and take some time to relax and absorb the atmosphere of this extraordinary little hideaway. It is said that while Romanians love the culture and sophistication of urban life, when it comes to food it’s ALL about the peasant food (cucina povera) of the countryside, so this peasant platter will be the perfect introduction to some of our most beloved Romanian flavours.  

But where is my beer we hear you ask?! No worries, we’ll order one for you and it just so happens to be the first craft beer ever produced in post-communist Romania. Cheers to that!

Our tour ends here but before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay. 

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Home Cooked Brasov Small Group Food Tour Including Dinner with a local family

Home Cooked Brasov Small Group Food Tour Including Dinner with a local family - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$65.25

Join this Home Cooked Brasov experience with a local host who will welcome you into their home for a delicious, traditional meal. Tantilise your taste buds with foods such as cirobasarmale, stuffed peppers and fish, tocanita, and more ... More info ›

Join this Home Cooked Brasov experience with a local host who will welcome you into their home for a delicious, traditional meal. Tantilise your taste buds with foods such as cirobasarmale, stuffed peppers and fish, tocanita, and more. We won’t try everything on this list, but it gives you an idea of the tasty treats to come. Wash it down with some Romanian wine, tuica, or a soft drink, and say cheers with your new friends in Brasov!

This tour is a part of the Urban Adventures Home Cooked series and aims to give you one of the richest travelling experiences you can ever have — the opportunity to enjoy a meal with a family in a local home. Your local host speaks English well, so you won’t need sign language to understand each other! The aim is for you to experience life exactly how it is in Brasov. It is the chance for you to hang out with everyday locals, and get to know Romanian culture through their eyes, and their food. Could there be a more perfect way to get to know local life in Brasov?! We don’t think so.

You will be met at the meeting point by a member of the family who speaks English. We’ll head back to your hosts’ home, and after you’re introduced, it’s time to get our chef hats on! In terms of the cooking, you can do as much or as little as you like. If you want to learn some Romanian cooking techniques and recipes, this is your chance to learn from a local. They will be happy to show you the ropes. But if you want to just sit back, chat, and relax, that’s cool too.

When the food is ready you will all sit down together to share the meal prepared. This experience is real. Our families come from all walks of life. Some you might find have a similar lifestyle to your own, whereas others might come from a very different background. This is your chance to get to know the people of Romania in their own homes — something that you certainly won’t find on every tour in Brasov! The beauty of this project is that everyone involved in our Home Cooked Series is someone who wants to meet travellers and share experiences with them.

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Absolutely Brasov Small Group Tour Including Romanian Street Food Snack

Absolutely Brasov Small Group Tour Including Romanian Street Food Snack - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 2.5 to 3 hrs
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$47.46

It’s the ultimate intro to Brasov on this tour that takes you to some of the city’s most iconic sites. Unearth hidden medieval churches, fairytale turrets, and secret catacombs while learning the history of this intriguing city ... More info ›

It’s the ultimate intro to Brasov on this tour that takes you to some of the city’s most iconic sites. Unearth hidden medieval churches, fairytale turrets, and secret catacombs while learning the history of this intriguing city. This is the perfect way to kick-start your time in Transylvania, offering you a sizable sample of local culture and history. 

Your Brasov tour will start with a stop in Piata Sfatului, Brasov’s picturesque main square where you will be offered a covrig, a popular and delicious Romanian street food that is similar to a Turkish simit and looks like a pretzel. Two hundred years ago, the city of Brasov sat literally on the border between the Austro-Hungarian empire and the Ottoman empire and its culture vividly reflects this. The snack you’ll try is a tasty symbol of that clash and a great introduction to Brasov.

After a stroll down the Tampa promenade, we will stop at the fountain, where you can replenish your fluids with spring water straight from Tampa Mountain. We will then climb to the top of the 12-metre wall that surrounds the city for enchanting views across the church tops (a great photo opp!). 

After getting an aerial overview of Brasov, it’s time to delve deeply into some of its secret treasures. We will visit the Bastionul Țesătorilor (or Weaver's Bastion), St Nicholas Church (with its 'suspended cemetery' optical illusion), and the fairytale-esque Ecaterina Gate, the oldest gateway in the city.

Venturing beyond the city walls, we will go on to discover the entrance to secret catacombs, impressive street art, stunning parkland, and the famous Black and White towers of Brasov. Built to defend the city against the Mongols, the towers have had many quirky uses over the years including a plague quarantine zone, a nightclub, and now an exhibition space.

Heading back towards the main square we will visit a very beautiful bookstore (souvenir shopping alert!) before we happen upon arguably the city’s most famous landmark, the Black Church. It’s the biggest Gothic church in Eastern Europe, and its interior is rather severe — but a large and extremely colourful collection of Turkish rugs, donated by visiting merchants over the years, brightens things up.

Our tour will end after this, but before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for more local food stops and advice on exploring the rest of Transylvania.

Note that this tour requires minimum two travellers to book. A single/solo traveller may book this experience if they wish by purchasing two places. 

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