After breakfast, a full day sightseeing tour of Bucharest including a visit to the famous Parliament Palace. The walking tour includes the Revolution Square and the bustling old center of Bucharest. You’ll admire The Village Museum and the famous boulevards and neighborhoods of this interesting city.
Pick-up and dropp off from/to your accomodation in Bucharest
After breakfast, a full day sightseeing tour of Bucharest including a visit to the famous Parliament Palace. The walking tour includes the Revolution Square and the bustling old center of Bucharest. You’ll also admire The Village Museum and famous boulevards and neighborhoods of this interesting city.
The settlement of Bucharest was first mentioned in 1459 and, ever since, the town has gone through a series of continuous changes, representing the central scene of Romania’s political, artistic, educational, financial and cultural life. Between the two world wars, due to the elegant architecture and to the elite living in Bucharest, the city was nicknamed “The Little Paris”.
Guinness Book registers the Palace of Parliament as the second largest administrative building in the World, after the Pentagon – with a floor area of 330,000m² – and the third in the world as volume, with 2,550,000m³. The building is situated in the historical and geographical center of Bucharest and it was built on a hill. The building, whose works were started in July 1984, is structured on six levels and divided into 21 body units. It includes a huge combination of monumental sculptures, glided ornaments, decorative flooring, laced ceilings, brocade curtains, heavy carpets and tapestry, all in a succession of chambers, galleries, lavish vast rooms and halls.
The Village Museum
Located in a green area of Bucharest and inaugurated in 1936, The Village Museum is one of the most beautiful and most interesting museums in the country. It boasts old and original houses brought from different parts of the country. In The Revolution Square you’ll find out the story of the anticommunist revolution (1989) and you’ll find out more about the hardships an entire nation had to suffer for 45 years. The day ends with what became the most bustling area of Bucharest, The Old Center. Once, the place of princely families and nobles, later an area of the craftsmen, and today the Mecca of bars, restaurants and quaint cobblestone streets.
Overnight and welcome dinner in Bucharest.
After breakfast, we will discover Constanta in a walking tour.
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. Constanta is the fourth largest port in Europe, just after Rotterdam, Antwerp and Marseille.
Situated at the crossroads of several commercial routes, Constanta lies on the western coast of the Black Sea. An ancient metropolis and Romania’s largest sea port, Constanta is 2,500 years old and was originally called Tomis.
The Casino Building
Completed between the two World Wars in art nouveau style according to the plans of the architects, Daniel Renard and Petre Antonescu, the Casino building features sumptuous architecture and a wonderful view of the sea. The pedestrian area around the Casino is a sought-after destination for couples and families, especially at sunset.
Overnight and dinner in Eforie Nord.
EFORIE NORD – health treatments, rejuvenation treatments and Spa packages, walk along the sandy beach
Warm climate, miles of sand beaches, ancient monuments, vineyards and modern resorts invite travelers to seriously consider Romania’s Black Sea Coast as their summer vacation destination.
The Black Sea coast has been well-known for curing arthritic, rheumatic, internal and nervous disorders. Eforie Nord is specialized in mud baths (the mud is taken from the area’s salty lake waters) as well as in world famous “Gerovital” and “Aslavital” original rejuvenation treatments.
Overnight and dinner in Eforie Nord.