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Full day tour -Best preserved Delta in Europe

Full day tour -Best preserved Delta in Europe - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$146.02

We invite you to join us in a very special trip to the Danube Delta – a wildlife enthusiasts’ paradise. This trip offers you the unique opportunity to make a 4 hours boat cruise in the second largest and best preserved deltas in Europe and explore the maze of canals, marshes, willows, oaks entangled in lianas and reed islands, as well as watch some bird colonies (cormorants, white tailed eagles, pelicans and many others) which find the ideal breeding ground in this place ... More info ›

We invite you to join us in a very special trip to the Danube Delta – a wildlife enthusiasts’ paradise. This trip offers you the unique opportunity to make a 4 hours boat cruise in the second largest and best preserved deltas in Europe and explore the maze of canals, marshes, willows, oaks entangled in lianas and reed islands, as well as watch some bird colonies (cormorants, white tailed eagles, pelicans and many others) which find the ideal breeding ground in this place. Besides birds, the Danube Delta is also a rich community of fish and animals, as well as a great diversity of plant species forming real floating or fixed islands on the water surface.

Program of your full day tour:

07:30 a.m. – Pick-up by car / minibus from your hotel;

11.30 a.m. – Arrival in Tulcea – the capital city of Tulcea county, the departure point for most part of the Danube Delta cruises.

12:00 – Starting our Danube Delta boat trip from Carpatia pontoon on the following route:

TULCEA –MILA 36 CHANNEL –SIREASA CHANNEL –SONTEA VECHE CHANNEL –  BACLANESTI LAKE – FORTUNA LAKE – SONTEA CHANNEL – OLGUTA CHANNEL – MILA 23 VILLAGE ( STOP FOR APPROX. 1 HOUR)– RETURN SONTEA CHANNEL – BABARADA CHANNEL – SULINA CHANNEL – TULCEA-

On our boat itinerary, we will pass through Mila 36 Channel, a well-known fishing place and from here we will continue our drive on the channels where, both on the right and the left side, we will be able to observe several lakes ( Lake Baclanesti and Fortuna)  limited by reed shelters and offering perfect living space for different kinds of bird species: cormorants, grey herons, yellow herons, glossy ibises and egrets. We will have the opportunity to admire also floating islands of water lilies that offer places a special charm.

We will make short stops on the way to admire the landscape and take unique pictures. The longest stop will be in Mila 23 village, a typical fishing village, where you can have a typical fish lunch prepared by the locals (optional). Lunch can be also served on the boat.

After this, we will return to our departure place in Tulcea, in order to meet the car / bus that will drive us back to Bucharest.

Approximate arrival to the hotel in Bucharest : 08:30 p.m. ( depending on traffic conditions).

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Bucharest Panoramic Tour

Bucharest Panoramic Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$40.88

Until the second half of the 19th century,the city was described by foreign travelers as a strange mixture of Oriental and West European influences,since Bucharest was under the Ottoman Empire control for almost two hundred years.In less than a century,the city became the state capital and it flourished as one of the most beautiful Southeast European cites,The first decades of the 20th century represent the Golden age of Bucharest,as it was known as "Litle Paris"

During this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness BookDuring this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness Book

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Until the second half of the 19th century,the city was described by foreign travelers as a strange mixture of Oriental and West European influences,since Bucharest was under the Ottoman Empire control for almost two hundred years.In less than a century,the city became the state capital and it flourished as one of the most beautiful Southeast European cites,The first decades of the 20th century represent the Golden age of Bucharest,as it was known as "Litle Paris"

During this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness BookDuring this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness Book

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Private Tour of Bucharest's Historical and Traditional Highlights

Private Tour of Bucharest's Historical and Traditional Highlights - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$89.95

Bucharest offers its guests a unique array of architectural styles, from different ages. You are invited to admire some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, influenced by the Western European ... More info ›

Bucharest offers its guests a unique array of architectural styles, from different ages. You are invited to admire some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, influenced by the Western European. This three hour guided tour is a chance to see the major masterpieces of the city: The Village Museum (outdoor) or the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (indoor) – depending on the weather conditions - the Central Library, Kretzulescu Church and Stavropoleos Monastery

Bucharest offers its guests a unique array of architectural styles, from different ages. You are invited to admire some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, influenced by the Western European architecture: the Military club was built by the Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimarolu, in 1912; the impressive ballrooms are still used as a refined location for banquets and official events. The Museum of History, hosted by the Sutu Palace, is a neoclassical building dating back to 1834. Two of the most important artefacts of the museum are the document attesting the existence of Bucharest, issued by Vlad Tepes in 1459, and a sword that belonged to Prince Constantin Brancoveanu, promoter of the well-known Brancovenesc style – a harmonious blend of Romanian, Byzantine and Western architecture.
This three hour guided tour is a chance to see the major masterpieces of the city: The Village Museum (outdoor) or the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (indoor) – depending on the weather conditions - the Central Library, Kretzulescu Church and Stavropoleos Monastery.

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Dobrogea History,Wine Traditions near Pontus Euxinus

Dobrogea History,Wine Traditions near Pontus Euxinus - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$181.06

Dobrogea-Dobrogea,meaning the land of the dark green pastures,is the land between the Lower Danube River and the Black Sea,and includes the Dobrogea Mountains (dating from the Lower Cretaceous),the Danube Delta,Romanian Coast.

During this trip the ancient realm of Dobrogea will reveal itself.Three Monuments dating back to the Dacian era and an important orthodox pilgrimage site dating from the XI th century A.D will be your destination.

Morning 8.00 o'clock-Departure from hotel to Calarasi.After the ferry crossing the Danube near Silistra ,we will continue the way to our first stop,Dervent Monastery,a place of miraculous healings and exorcism rituals ... More info ›

Dobrogea-Dobrogea,meaning the land of the dark green pastures,is the land between the Lower Danube River and the Black Sea,and includes the Dobrogea Mountains (dating from the Lower Cretaceous),the Danube Delta,Romanian Coast.

During this trip the ancient realm of Dobrogea will reveal itself.Three Monuments dating back to the Dacian era and an important orthodox pilgrimage site dating from the XI th century A.D will be your destination.

Morning 8.00 o'clock-Departure from hotel to Calarasi.After the ferry crossing the Danube near Silistra ,we will continue the way to our first stop,Dervent Monastery,a place of miraculous healings and exorcism rituals.

We will travel in time from the XIth to II th century A.D. stopping by Saint Andrew's cave,the place where it is believed that the apostle lived for a short time and christianized the Geto-Dacians back in the Ist century.

Further we will explore the remains of Adamclisi a monument build to commemorate the victory of the Roman Army conducted by the emperor Traian against the Geto-Dacians ruled at that time by Decebal.The monument "Tropaeum Traiani"(The trophy of Traian)dating from 109 A.D. celebrates the annexation of the province Dacia to the Roman Empire after the second Roman-Dacian war (105-106 A.D.)

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Wine tasting at Rhein-Azuga Cellar

Wine tasting at Rhein-Azuga Cellar - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$151.86

Built in 1892,the Rhein Azuga Cellar was the former "Supplier of Romanian's Royal Court",and since April 2006 has been designated "Supplier of His Majesty King Michael the First".The cellar is considered the oldest at which sparkling wine is produced using the traditional method.

In the beginning we will leave Bucharest for a visit at Sinaia Monastery and Peles Castle in Sinaia.
The trip ends with a wine tasting at the famous Cellars of Rhein-Azuga,supplier of the Romanian Royal Court between the world wars.The gift shop offers you a wide variety of wines.
After the wine tasting you will have the opportunity to enjoy a hearty Romanian meal.The route will be Bucharest(departure at 8.00 o"clock),Sinaia Monastery,Peles Royal Castle,Rhein-Azuga Cellar,Bucharest.

The Sinaia Monastery.The spatharius Mihail Cantacuzino(a purely honorary dignity in the Byzantine Empire)founded the monastery upon his return from a pilgrimage to Mount Sinai.The first buildings were completed between 1690 and 1965.
The magnificient Peles Castle,with its fairytale turrets and pointed towers risingabove acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks,was built as a summer residence by Romania's longest serving monarch,King Carol I,who died and was buried here in 1914,just months after the castle's completion.

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Built in 1892,the Rhein Azuga Cellar was the former "Supplier of Romanian's Royal Court",and since April 2006 has been designated "Supplier of His Majesty King Michael the First".The cellar is considered the oldest at which sparkling wine is produced using the traditional method.

In the beginning we will leave Bucharest for a visit at Sinaia Monastery and Peles Castle in Sinaia.
The trip ends with a wine tasting at the famous Cellars of Rhein-Azuga,supplier of the Romanian Royal Court between the world wars.The gift shop offers you a wide variety of wines.
After the wine tasting you will have the opportunity to enjoy a hearty Romanian meal.The route will be Bucharest(departure at 8.00 o"clock),Sinaia Monastery,Peles Royal Castle,Rhein-Azuga Cellar,Bucharest.

The Sinaia Monastery.The spatharius Mihail Cantacuzino(a purely honorary dignity in the Byzantine Empire)founded the monastery upon his return from a pilgrimage to Mount Sinai.The first buildings were completed between 1690 and 1965.
The magnificient Peles Castle,with its fairytale turrets and pointed towers risingabove acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks,was built as a summer residence by Romania's longest serving monarch,King Carol I,who died and was buried here in 1914,just months after the castle's completion.

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2 Days tour in Best Preserved Delta from Europe-Danube Delta

2 Days tour in Best Preserved Delta from Europe-Danube Delta - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$232.46

This trip offers you the unique opportunity to enjoy the wildlife enthusiasts’ paradise in the Danube Delta .Once arrived in the Danube Delta, we will make a boat cruise through the maze of channels, marshes, willows and reed islands and observe bird colonies (cormorants, white tailed eagles, pelicans and many others), the rich community of fish and animals, as well as a great diversity of plant species forming real floating or fixed islands on the water surface.

07:30 a.m. – Pick-up by car / minibus from your hotel.

10:30 – Arrival in Tulcea, “ the gate to the Danube Delta”.

Stop for a visit of the Danube Delta Eco-Tourist Museum Complex in Tulcea, including a permanent exhibition offering one the opportunity to see birds declared as nature monuments, species of rare animals protected at the national and European levels and a public Aquarium showing  a collection of several indigenous species of fish from the Danube Delta and the Black Sea, reef species of fish, marine species of invertebrates and also some coral species from Indonesia.

13:00– Boarding on the speed boat for the transfer  from Tulcea to Sulina, our destination point.

We will finally arrive in Sulina – a very special place, full of legends buried in its mysterious cemetery where princes, princesses, pirates and people of different religions sleep forever.

Once arrived here, accommodation will be assured on the floating hotel St ... More info ›

This trip offers you the unique opportunity to enjoy the wildlife enthusiasts’ paradise in the Danube Delta .Once arrived in the Danube Delta, we will make a boat cruise through the maze of channels, marshes, willows and reed islands and observe bird colonies (cormorants, white tailed eagles, pelicans and many others), the rich community of fish and animals, as well as a great diversity of plant species forming real floating or fixed islands on the water surface.

07:30 a.m. – Pick-up by car / minibus from your hotel.

10:30 – Arrival in Tulcea, “ the gate to the Danube Delta”.

Stop for a visit of the Danube Delta Eco-Tourist Museum Complex in Tulcea, including a permanent exhibition offering one the opportunity to see birds declared as nature monuments, species of rare animals protected at the national and European levels and a public Aquarium showing  a collection of several indigenous species of fish from the Danube Delta and the Black Sea, reef species of fish, marine species of invertebrates and also some coral species from Indonesia.

13:00– Boarding on the speed boat for the transfer  from Tulcea to Sulina, our destination point.

We will finally arrive in Sulina – a very special place, full of legends buried in its mysterious cemetery where princes, princesses, pirates and people of different religions sleep forever.

Once arrived here, accommodation will be assured on the floating hotel St. Constantin/ 3* guesthouse in Sulina.

Optionals:

  • traditional dinner served on the floating hotel;
  • participation to different activities: karaoke contest, society games and others

 

Day 2

07:30 a.m. – Breakfast on the floating hotel.

08:30 a.m. – After having breakfast, we will have the pleasure to enjoy a trip to Letea Forest, the northernmost subtropical forest in Europe, where strips of desert vegetation specific to these areas alternate with stripes of ancient oak forest and meadow with specific vegetation of subtropical forest.

Besides the typical vegetation of this area, we will also have the chance to see  free herds of wild horses grazing on the meadows, special attraction of this natural reserve as well.

Visit to the forest will be assured with a special vehicles that will drive us into the forest passing through the picturesque village of Letea with its traditional houses built in the local architectural style, clay, wood and reeds, painted and decorated in the style Lipovan and Haholi.  The vehicles will not be able to enter in sensitive areas, but we will leave them in a specific point where we can get on foot quite easy to sand dunes and elder oaks.

12:00 – Stop for lunch in one traditional restaurant in Letea village (optional).

16:00 - Return to Sulina. Boarding on the speed boat for our drive back to Tulcea.

18:00 – Once arrived in Tulcea, our car / minibus will wait for us in order  to drive you back to Bucharest.

22:00 - Drop-off to your hotel in Bucharest.

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