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$115.14 Day Trips & Excursions

Constanta and Mamaia Day Trip from Bucharest

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Triumph Arch, BucharestOur tour to Constanta starts early in the morning and takes us east for 230 km on the A2 highway all the way to the majestic Black Sea.Stop At: Saints Paul and Peter Cathedral, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaWe then walk towards St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, an outstanding monument built at the beginning of the 19th century in byzantine architecture, nowadays it stands as proof of how far Christianity has spread. The cathedral also lies next to ruins of the ancient city of Tomis, former name of Constanta, that offer on insight on how the city used to be organized during Roman times.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Constanta Casino, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaOur first stop will be at Black Sea Coast, where we will find the symbol of Constanta- the spectacular Art Nouveau Casino standing between the commercial port and tourist one. Built in 1910 by the first King of Romania, the casino nowadays stands with a great view towards the sea as one of the main landmarks of Constanta.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Museum of National History and Archeology, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaWe then reach Ovid Square where we will be going inside the Museum of Archaeology and History that exhibits the largest collection of vases, statuary, artifacts and jewellery from the Greek-Roman period in Romania. Join our guide inside to hear ancient history between Romans and former Dacians.Duration: 1 hourStop At: The Roman Edifice with Mosaic, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaAfter the Museum of Archaeology and History we will head for the Roman Mosaic museum where we will be seeing how a former market, placed next to the Black Sea, used to be. The Roman Mosaic section of the museum was formed in 1966 to protect ancient history that lay within the floor and artifacts that inhabit the Roman Mosaic.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Folk Art Museum (Muzeul de Arta Populara), Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaContinue your tour of the city with the Folk Art Museum, where you will be better acquainted to traditional life in Romania through its impressive collection of costumes, household items and religious icons.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Mamaia Beach, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaNo trip to Constanta is complete without a stop in the seaside resort of Mamaia, known as the Pearl of the Black Sea. With its fine sand and line up of restaurants, cafés and clubs, Mamaia is the most popular destination on the Black Sea, offering both relaxation, as well as entertainment. You can sit back, listen to the sounds of waves and enjoy the afternoon sun at the beach before heading back to Bucharest.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: The Mosque of Constanta - Minaret, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaAfter the cathedral we head towards the largest mosque in Romania, built in 1910 by our King Carol ! for the local Muslim community, nowadays this mosque stands as testimony to the ethnic diversity and confessional tolerance. Climb the 140 steps of the minaret for a breathtaking view over the city and sea.Duration: 20 minutes

$126.65 Day Trips & Excursions

Black Sea Full-Day Tour from Bucharest

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Museum of National History and Archeology, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaOptionally visit the archeology museum and lern about the old history of this amazing city Duration: 1 hourStop At: Mamaia Beach, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaEnjoy a break at the beach, by the sea side in Mamaia resortDuration: 2 hoursPass By: Constanta Casino, Constanta, Constanta County, Southeast RomaniaSee this beautiful art nouveau construction

$103.62 Cultural & Theme Tours

Short private trip from Bucharest: Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the beautiful gateway to the seaside Constanta

We'll pick you up from your hotel/hostel in Bucharest and start driving towards the enchanting coastline of Constanta on a 2 hours drive, time when you can enjoy the stories from our friendly professional guide who will give you a glimpse of the history and culture of the place. Our first stop will be at the famous Casino of Constanta, situated in the front of the sea, where you can admire an imposing architectural design and enjoy a photo session with your family and friends.  Further on, we will continue our journey visiting other important attractions in the oldest inhabited city in Romania (founded 600 BC) and you will have the chance to feel the vibe of one of the most multicultural city in the country. Among the attractions on your must-visit list will be: the Orthodox Cathedral St. Peter and Pavel, St Mina Wooden Church, Great Muslim Mosque of Constanta, , St Nicholas Bulgarian Ortodox Church and the Romanian Folk Art Museum. After having lunch, we will continue our journey in Mamaia, the largest and for sure the most beautiful on the Romanian Black Sea shore.Leaving the charming port, you can relax and enjoy the sightseeing road back to Bucharest, as your service also includes the transfer from and back to your hotel.

$264.82 Day Trips & Excursions

Constanta Private Shore Excursion: Bucharest City Tour with Palace of Parliament

Your private driver-guide will meet you at the pier at 8am, right after you leave the ship. On the 2-hours drive to Bucharest, your private driver-guide will introduce you to the history and culture of Romania, giving you also a great insight into present-day Romania. Both on the way to Bucharest and back water, juice and snacks will be complementary.In Bucharest, we will first embark on a panoramic tour of the city and see the main landmarks of the Romania capital. Many beautiful old buildings from different epochs can be admired on Bucharest's large tree-lined boulevards. In the Village Museum, a beautiful open-air museum, you can see old houses from all over the country, built in different architectural styles.We will also explore the Revolution Square: the former Royal Palace, which is now the National Arts Museum, the equestrian statue of King Carol I, the first Romanian king, the Atheneum, a beautiful concert hall built 1888 is one of the symbols of the city, the University Library and, of course, the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Communist Party.The Revolution Square is connected to the anti-communist Revolution from December 1989. The former Romanian communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu held his last speech here, we will also see the balcony from where on December, 21st 1989 he was trying to calm down the Romanian protesters.One of the highlights of this excursion is a visit inside the former Ceausescu Palace, also know as the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world! The tour lasts one hour and will give you a good idea about Ceausescu's megalomania. Our next visit is the seat of the Romanian Orthodox Church, the Patriarch's church on a nearby hill. We will visit the 17th century Romanian Orthodox church and find out more about the Orthodox faith.After the visit, you can have lunch in the Old Town. We will have then a stroll along the streets of this former merchants quarter. Many merchants of Bucharest were Armenian, Jewish and Greek, who left the city after the communists took over. Now, this whole area is full of street cafees and restaurants. You will visit the very fine 18th century Stavropoleos monastery, see the ruins of the former princely court and the impressive Manuc Inn, built in 1808, serving the caravans of merchants coming from the Orient and going further to Transylvania, Budapest and Vienna.In the afternoon, we will drive back to Constanta port and arrive at the ship in time for your departure.

$463.43 Multi-day & Extended Tours

5 Day Guided Tour of Danube Delta with Meals from Bucharest

Day 1. Bucharest – Tulcea – MurighiolBuffet breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the Dobrogea region by car. Our first stop will be in Braila. We will visit this old city, a former Turkish citadel, to discover the old architecture influenced by Greek, Turk, Russian and Italian colonists. Later we will continue on our route toward Tulcea, but first we will stop to admire the Macin Mountains at Macin National Park, and to visit Celik-Dere – a Turkish Monastery.In the afternoon we will arrive in Tulcea (stop for 3 hours) The hilly Tulcea was influenced by Romans, Greeks, and Turks during the centuries, and its culture has a multi-ethnic flavor. Tulcea is the gateway to the Danube Delta and there are many green areas in the city.Accommodation and dinner In Murighiol –  village in the Denube Delta.Day 2. Murighiol  – Crisan – Mila 23 – SulinaBreakfast  buffet in the hotel. The second day in the wilderness of the Danube Delta is dedicated to visits to Letea Forest and to other lakes, channels and villages in the Biosphere Reserve (Sulina-Mila 23-Eracle channel – Pardina canal – Chilia Veche – Chilia Chanel(Cernovca) – Periprava Area – Sulimanca Chanel ( near Letea Forest) –  the lacs: Merhei, Babina, Matita – Mila 23.  In the first part of the day we will go to the easternmost point of Romania – Sulina city – a 1,000-year-old city. We will be traveling later on by motor boat to Letea Forest and to Letea village (optional trip) Traditional Dinner and accomodation in Sulina.Day 3. Sulina  – Sf GheorgheBreakfast  buffet in the hotel.  We will navigate along the Danube Channels and we can admire the beauty of the wild nature on Sf Gheorghe channel.We will be surrounded by water-lilies and weeping willows; we will hear noisy colonies of terns and gulls, pelicans, herons and cormorants.  We have the chance to photograph the flora and fauna from local boats built by an eco-tourism association ( the lacs Erenciuc, Puiu, Rosu, Rosulet ) Swiming and beach Sf Gheorghe village.  Traditional fish dinner and accomodation in Sf GheorgheDay 4.  Sf Gheorghe –  MurighiolBreakfast  buffet in the hotel. You can choose the optional trips ( both day – fishing day – Swimming and beach – Gura Portitei trip) or you can spend your time on the swimming pool area all day Dinner to Murighiol and folkloric traditional spectacleDay 5 –  Murighiol – Constanta – BucharestBreakfast at the hotel. Today we will visit special historical places in the Dobrogea Mountains. Before returning to Bucharest we will also visit the city of Constanta – the main city at the Black Sea. We will also pass near one of the oldest Roman ruins – Histria citadel. Later we will arrive at Constanta where we will take a short guided walk. In the afternoon we will return to Bucharest.

$345.41 Transfers & Ground Transport

Chauffeur Service in Constanta and Bucharest small groups

We offer a Ford Transit diesel (EURO 5, 2012) minibus 8 + 1 seater. The price includes: transport up to 300 km/ day included. By exceeding 300 km, the customer pays for the fuel. The car can be used up to a limit of 800 km/day. We recommend the best museums, restaurants, hotels, night clubs, best deals in special shops. Book us in advance and enjoy a day or a week of confortable driving in a 8 seater minivan, having your private English speaking driver by your side. Descover Bucharest, the Romanian Seaside, Transylvania or simply decide your itinerary in advance or together with your driver. On request, we can also provide professional guiding in English, German, French asn.

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