Tour Romania Bulgaria – Shillah Travel
Day 07/07, Saturday WARSAW – BUCHAREST (D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfers to F. Chopin airport in Warsaw. Departure on the selected flight to the city of Bucharest. . Arrival, reception and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon a brief panoramic tour of the Romanian capital, admiring its grand roads, the glorious Bell’Epoque buildings, the Arc de Triomphe, the Romanian Athenaeum, the Revolution Square, the University Square, the Stavropoleos Church, considered a masterpiece of Romanian architecture. Dinner in a typical restaurant. Accommodation.
DAY 07/08, Sunday, BUCHAREST – SIBIU – SIGHISOARA (D / C)
Departure to Sibiu, the European cultural capital of 2007. Along the route, visit the Cozia monastery from the 14th century, located on the right bank of the Olt river and known as one of the oldest historical and art complexes in Romania. Arrival to Sibiu and free lunch. Visit the old town of Sibiu, the European capital known in its time for its system of fortresses considered the largest in Transylvania with more than 7 km of mural tape of which today important vestiges are preserved. Here is the evangelical church known for its organ, considered the largest in Romania, 10,000 tubes. Departure to Sighisoara, hometown of the famous Vlad The Impaler, known to all as Count Dracula. Dinner. Night in Sighisoara.
DAY 07/09, Monday SIGHISOARA – LAS GARGANTAS BICAZ – PIATRA NEAMT (D / C)
Breakfast. Visit of Sighisoara, the most beautiful and best preserved medieval city in Romania. The most beautiful and well-known monument of the city is the Clock Tower, which was built in the XIII-XIV centuries and until 1556 was the seat of the City Council. Free lunch Departure to Piatra Neamt. We pass the chain of the Carpathians crossing the Gorges of Bicaz, the most famous canyon of the country, long of 10km, formed in mesozoic calcareous rocks of 300-400m, passing next to the Red Lake. Arrival in Piatra Neamt, a city whose beauty and position in the district of Neamt is also called “Perla Moldovei” (the pearl of Moldova). Dinner and accommodation.
DAY 07/10, Tuesday PIATRA NEAMT – MONASTERIES OF BUCOVINA – PIATRA NEAMT (D / C)
Breakfast. Departure to Bucovina, the region of Moldova whose name means “the village covered with beech forests”. Famous for its beautiful landscapes, Bucovina is also known for its monasteries with frescoes built between the XV-XVI centuries. Visit of the Sucevita monastery, known for the important fresco “La Escalera de las Virtudes” and for its imposing mural. Visit the Moldovita monastery, surrounded by forts and external frescoes. Free lunch Visit of the Voronet monastery, named the Sistine Chapel of Eastern Europe and considered the jewel of Bucovina by the famous cycle of external frescoes that decorate the church, the most famous being “The Universal Judgment”. At the end of the visits return to Piatra Neamt. Dinner and accommodation.
DAY 07/11, Wednesday PIATRA NEAMT – BRASOV – BRAN – BRASOV (D / C)
Breakfast. Departure to Brasov and visit the city, one of the most fascinating medieval towns in Romania. Visit of the Black Church (Biserica Neagrã), the largest Gothic style church in Romania and the old fortifications of the city with the bastions of the craftsmen’s guilds. Free lunch In the afternoon we visit the Bran Castle, known under the name of Dracula Castle, one of the most picturesque in Romania. Return to Brasov. Dinner and accommodation.
DAY 07/12, Thursday BRASOV – SINAIA – BUCHAREST (D / C)
Breakfast. We continue to Sinaia, named Pearl of the Carpathians, the most famous mountain town in Romania. Visit of the Peles Castle, a former royal residence, built at the end of the 19th century in the neo-Gothic style of the Bavarian castles. The interior of the Peles castle contains 160 rooms, arranged and decorated in all possible ways, with wood decorations prevailing. Departure to Bucharest. Free lunch We spent the whole afternoon in sight of the Romanian capital, admiring its great roads, the glorious buildings Bell’Epoque, the Arc de Triomphe, the Romanian Auditorium, the Plaza de la Revolución, the Plaza de la Universidad. We continue visiting the external part of the “Patriarchate” (the spiritual center of the Romanian Orthodox Church) and the Village Museum, located in the exuberant Herastrau Park, one of the largest outdoor parks in Europe. Visit the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon in Washington. Dinner at the restaurant with drinks included and folklore show. Accommodation.
DAY 07/13, Friday BUCAREST-VARNA (D)
Breakfast. In hours to coordinate ground transportation (410 KM)
Services in VARNA:
07/13 PRIVATE TRF FROM BUCHAREST TO VARNA 07/13 to 07/20 : Accommodation in 2 double rooms in GALLERY GRAPHITE HOTEL in VARNA (In this hotel, All inclusive is possible?) 07/20 TRF OUT TO VARNA AIRPORT.