Duration: 6 Nights and 7 Days with Airlines Region: Bucharest - Sinaia – Bran – Brasov – Constanta – Varna - Shumen – Veliko Tarnovo - Shipka – Plovdiv - Rilski Monastery – Sofia
Arrival at the International airport in Bucharest. Meeting and greet by your professional language speaking tour guide.After that transfer to the city for panorama tour of Bucharest, Get acquainted with the Romanian capital, once nicknamed “Little Paris.” During the tour you will visit the Parliament Palace, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon, and the National Treasure. Listen how the Romanian people nearly succeeded to topple the last communist dictator in eastern Europe in the Revolution Square. Your tour will bring you also to the Romanian Athenaeum, the Opera House, the National Military Club, , Triumphal Arch and The Village Museum. End of the day return hotel and overnight at your hotel.
Hot buffet breakfast. Begin your day with a drive Sinaia.Sinaia, which is considered one of the most famous resort destinations in Eastern Europe. Visit Peles Castle and Gardens in Sinaia, tour of Peles Castle. Set dramatically in the hills above Sinaia, this 160-room palace, built in German Renaissance style, was completed in 1914 for the first Hohenzollern king of Romania, Carol I. The palace is ornately decorated, inside and out, with intricate woodcarvings and paintings of scenes from Wagner’s operas. Continue with the tour of Bran The main focus of the day is the well-known Bran Castle also known as Dracula Castle. Built in 1377 to safeguard the trading route between Transylvania and Wallachia.Late afternoon arrival Brasov.Brosov is one of the largest medieval towns in Transylvania. We’ll take Walking tour of Brasov, Brașov Council Square, the Black Church, the Old City Hall, and St. Nicholas Church. Drive to Bucharest After overnight in Bucharest.
After breakfast we will leave from Bucharest. On the way to Constanța The name was shortened to Constanta during the Ottoman.During the 13th century, Italy, especially Genoese merchants, dominated the Black Sea and Constanta flourished, only to decline two centuries later under Turkish rule.The third largest city in Romania, Constanta is now an important cultural and economic centre, worth exploring for its archaeological treasures and the atmosphere of the old town centre. your tour begins with a visit to the historical center. the Museum of Archeology and Constanta History, the Roman Edifice with its Mosaics, statue of ovid, the Muslim Mosque, the Orthodox Cathedral and the Constanta Aquarium. After Arrival in Varna, one of the largest Black Sea cities and the marine capital city of Bulgaria. Enjoy the city sightseeing of Varna.We will visit Archaeology Museum, Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral, Roman Thermae Baths, return hotel and overnight in Varna.
Morning after breakfast on the way to Shumen. Visit to the Tombul mosque, which is the biggest mosque in Bulgaria and the second biggest on the Balkan Peninsula. Tri Svetiteli Church , The clock tower.Than Departure to Veliko Turnovo, the Mediaeval Capital city of Bulgaria, located on 4 hills above Yantra River, Tsarevets fortress, Regional History Museum, holy forty martyrs church, the oldest church in Arbanasi,Samovodska Charshia Street of Crafts with some workshops, antique shops, and souvenir shops,Tsarevets Royal Hill with the fortress. And stay overnight in Veliko Tornovo.
After breakfast begin your day with a drive to Shipka. Visit to the Memorial Church of Shipka town, National Park Museum Shipka,Bulgaria’s Liberation from Ottoman rule as a gesture of gratitude to both Russian and Bulgarian soldiers that died in the fierce battles there. After we will continue the 2nd largest city in Bulgaria, once capital city of Philip II of Macedonia, the father of Alexander the Great. The city is contemporary of Troy, and is much older than Athens and Rome. The tour includes the Roman Amphitheatre,Cumaa mosque,the Old Plovdiv Architectural reserve with the Ethnographic Museum, the National Revival Houses complex, and the workshop of a local potter,Plovdiv Synagogue. Plovdiv was European capital of culture and has been awarded by UNESCO with golden medal for architecture. Overnight in Plovdiv.
After breakfast departure to Rilski Manastir. , we will visit the largest eastern orthodox monastery in Bulgaria, located 1100 m above sea level in Rila Mountain National Park. Admire wooden balconies, azure fretwork, colonades, facades, and colorful frescoes silhouetted against a fantastic panorama of mountain peaks. Visit the monastery’s main church, old kitchen, and museum.We continue Boyana and we will visit Boyana Monastery.
Than back to Sofia and city for panorama tour capital city of Bulgaria, You discover Sveta Nedelya Church; Theology Faculty of Sofia University; Coat of arms of Sofia; Saint Sophia Statue; Saint Joseph Catholic Cathedral; Church of St Petka of the Saddlers; Central Department Store; Banya Bashi Mosque; Sofia Synagogue; Central Sofia Market Hall; Mineral Water Springs, Alexander Nevski cathedral,Holy snod, Prince Alexander of Battenberg Square,law courts, Russian Monument Square,National place of culture, Vasil levski national stadium. Overnight in Sofia.
Transfer to Sofia airport.
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