Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - 4x4 Adventure Tour in Transylvania – 1 Day
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Romania is a fairytale land with a wild nature that waits to be explored. You discover the last corner of Europe where you can find unspoiled nature, is an amazing place where the delicate relationship between man and nature still remains in a perfect balance. This 4x4 tour is one of the best ways of discovering breathtaking scenery and capture the authentic Transylvanian charm of Bran area. You will get to see some of the most beautiful places in the mountains, rivers, traditional villages – most of them are accessible only by 4x4 vehicle. Get ready to experience untouched nature, climb the hills for outstanding landscapes over the Carpathians Mountains and taste some of the delicious traditional dishes. Come and experience the natural beauty of unique Transylvania wilderness!
After being picked up from your hotel in Bucharest, your 4x4 journey begins by crossing Prahova Valley to Bran area. Away from crowded places and roads, you will discover amazing pastoral pictures of remote traditional villages all over the hills and spectacular views of Piatra Craiului Mountains. You will enjoy the off road trip to the hilltop villages of Magura and Pestera, with some of the best breathtaking views in Romania. These are traditional and picturesque mountains villages which reveal the pastoral way of life of the Transylvanian shepherds. Along the way you will across gorgeous landscapes with magnificent views over the Piatra Craiului and Bucegi Mountains.
Then, you will get to see a very special place Amfiteatru Transilvania and enjoy fantastic views, remote traditions, animal farm, traditional local food and drinks, living water spring and souvenirs. After enjoying lunch, explore off road the highest village from Romania, Dambovita Canyon and Sirnea village, a paradise for photographs because the light is changing at every 10 minutes. In the evening, we leave the beautiful landscapes behind and return to your hotel in Bucharest.
With 4×4-Vehicle you have the chance to escape from the urban city where you are surrounded by man-made things and enjoy the beauty and purity of nature, the result of divine creation. With our 4×4 vehicles you can reach wild, clean and difficult places. A 4×4 vehicle offers flexibility in route selection, safety and comfort, and also, additional opportunities for a customized vacation, regardless of weather conditions. Moreover, in a 4×4 jeep you can take all mountain equipment necessary for an active holiday outdoors, a picnic kit, archery accessories, and mountain bikes.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel in Bucharest.
Pick-up time: At 8am.
Duration: 10-11 hours.
Drop-off time: At 7pm.
Languages: English.
Others: There will be no refund for any unused portion of the tour program. Personal expenses, photo and filming fees, gratuities, adventure tourism medical insurance, lunch and refreshments are NOT INCLUDED. Itinerary could be modified depending on the weather conditions and tours could be customized on request.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - 4x4 Tour and Adrenaline Experience in Transylvania - 1 Day
Ausflüge in Bukarest: This guided 4x4 adventure tour is ideal for people who want to escape from the city, experience untouched nature and love adrenaline experiences like ATV, horse riding, bungee jumping, zip-lining, rappelling, pendulum. You will be travelling away from crowded places and roads, reaching some of the most beautiful places in the mountains, rivers, traditional villages- most of them are accessible only by 4x4 vehicle. Experience 1 day 4x4 tour with off road tracks in the Carpathian Mountains combined with special highlights and adrenaline outdoor activities. Enjoy nature and have fun!
After being picked up from your hotel in Bucharest, your 4x4 journey begins by crossing Prahova Valley to special location and get ready for adrenaline experiences. Take flight on the highest zip line in Romania or enjoy rappelling adventure. Optional you can enjoy ATV/ horse riding, bungee jumping, pendulum. No experience required for all this outdoor activities! All equipment is provided.
You will enjoy the off road trip to the hilltop villages of Magura and Pestera, with some of the best breathtaking views in Romania. These are traditional and picturesque mountains villages which reveal the pastoral way of life of the Transylvanian shepherds. Along the way we will across gorgeous landscapes with magnificent views over the Piatra Craiului and Bucegi Mountains.
Then, you will get to see a very special place Amfiteatru Transilvania and enjoy fantastic views, remote traditions, animal farm, traditional local food and drinks, living water spring and souvenirs. If time permitting you can visit also Fundata, the highest village from Romania and return off-road trough Dambovita Canyon.
In the evening, we leave beautiful mountains landscapes behind and return to Bucharest.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel in Bucharest.
Pick-up time: At 8am. Time in advance to be at the meeting point: 20 minutes.
Duration: 12 hours.
Drop-off location: Hotel in Bucharest.
Drop-off time: At 8pm.
Languages: English.
Others: In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day. Itinerary could be modified depending on the weather conditions and tours could be customized on request. Personal expenses, photo and filming fees, gratuities, adventure tourism medical insurance, lunch and refreshments, other outdoor activities not mentioned in the program are NOT INCLUDED.

Verfügbar bis 28 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Abel's Wine Bar: Wine Tasting in the Old Center - Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: To understand Romania, you should taste its wine. When visiting Romania, it’s a shame to skip one very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition, that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine.
Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, you read correctly, thousands of years of wine tradition. Actually, Romania has one of the oldest wine tradition in the world – more than 6000 years of viticulture and it is believed that Dionysos, the God of wine, was born on this land.
Now that we’ve captured your attention with facts and beautiful history, how about some wine tasting? To understand Romania, you should taste its wine. The tasting includes 5 tipes of wines (50 ml per glass , 2 white wines, 2 red wines and 1 rose wine + a cheese plate per 2 people).
When choosing a wine flight experience, along with amazing taste of reds, whites, roses the Wine Guide will unveil the legends of the vineyards, tell stories about the people that created the wine and their secrets of the wine making. It is not just drinking wine, it is sensory experience with an incursion in Romanian culture and tradition and fascinating insights into the world of Romanian wine production. The experience is deliciously enjoyable and educational in the same time. You’ll feel like having a guided wine-tour of Romania, without leaving Old Town Bucharest.
With this tour, we give you a unique opportunity to sample some of the surprisingly good Romanian wines. And to complete the experience, wines are served with little bites to eat.
A 5% discount is available at the wine bar at the end of the wine tasting.
Meeting/pick-up point: Abel's Wine Bar, Nicolae Tonitza street No 10, Bucharest, 030113, from Monday to Thursday from 4pm to 7pm.
Drop-off location: Abel's Wine Bar, Nicolae Tonitza street No 10, Bucharest, 030113.
Duration: 45-60 minutes.
Start/opening time: Monday to Thursday from 4pm until 7pm.
Languages: English. Others: If case of any medical restrictions regarding the consumption of alcohol, the clients must exercise good judgement and act in a responsible manner. When booking, please provide clients phone number. Minimum age 18 years. In addition to the wine tasting a cheese plate will be served. In case of gluten or diary products, the clients must inform us in advance.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Absolutely Bucharest Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Bucharest is Romania’s vibrant capital city filled with a mishmash of grand historic buildings, brutal Communist apartment blocks and emerging 21st century designs.
Your tour will begin in the political center of the city, Revolution Square. Formerly known as Palace Square it has witnessed many of the most important events in Romanian history. It was from here in 1989 that dictator Ceaucescu made his ill-advised rallying speech to a crowd that quickly turned on him, instigating the Romanian revolution. Surrounding the square are several other notable landmarks, including the former Royal Palace, Atheneum Concert hall and Athenee Palace Hilton, the heart of espionage and intrigue in the years between the wars. Leaving the square you will then head south along 'Victory Street' named after the spectacular victory of the new Romanian nation in the 1871 War of Independence, and one of the two main thoroughfares of the city. Here lies many spectacular landmarks of the inter-war period, including the 'Telephone Palace', Military Circle and former National Theatre, as well as the beautiful church of Kretulescu, one of the most famous in Bucharest.
After this you will head into an older part of Bucharest, exploring it's numerous streets, paths and passageways of The Old Town. This is the heart of medieval Bucharest, the literal crossroads between East and West, where Ottoman Pashas rubbed shoulders with Transylvanian Princes, and the city was a mosaic of different cultures and buildings: churches and mosques, princely courts and merchant's houses, marketplaces and ottoman seraglios. Among the many sights and stories of The Old Town are lavish dining, princely courts and opulent interiors, the exquisite calm of an orthodox monastery, and the great wooden inn of 'Hanul Lui Manuc', offering captivating glimpses into an earlier time.
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of Carol the I of Romania, Horse Statue.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Others: In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day. Minimum age: 3. Please bring your ID card. When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - An introduction to Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: The panoramic tour is one of the most extensive available and has a larger number of photo stops included, at the most representative sites. You will have extensive free time in the historical centre of Bucharest and be able to eat lunch in a restaurant of your choosing. A licenced guide will be with you throughout your tour. A visit to the Village Museum is included.
Meeting/ Pick up point: At the reception of the customers' hotel.
Duration: Approx. 6 hours
Start or opening time: 09:00 hours
Languages: English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Beautiful Decay Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: After 50 years of Communism and 20 odd years of transition, Bucharest has never been short of abandoned urban beauty. The renovation of the 19th and 20th century historical buildings was never considered a priority by the governments of the post-communist era.
The tour starts strong as we get to visit an old decaying house built at the turn of the 20th by a famous couple in Bucharest. Afterwards, you'll hear the story of the former German Ambassador's Residence and then we'll check out an old royal palace turned into a cozy hangout place - the Garden of Eden.
Our next stop is an indoor street-art exhibition, located in a 1923, multi-story parking building. Next we'll take the subway from the city center to the outskirts of Bucharest where we'll explore a decaying industrial area - the former Gun Powder Factory. We'll finish grand enjoying the sunset on top of a building in the area and then we'll get back to the city center.
Meeting/pick-up point: At Piata Romana.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.
Others: Minimum age: 18. Due to the nature of this tour and the safety of all clients, the tour operator reserves the right to refuse service to passengers who are intoxicated or show signs of intoxication. If, as a result, your tour is canceled, you will not be entitled to a refund. Not recommended if you are claustrophobic, afraid of heights or the dark. Not recommended for participants with back problems, with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions. Not recommended for pregnant women.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Best of Bucharest (Full Day)
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and begin your extended panoramic tour of Bucharest. Once called the “Paris of the Balkans”, Bucharest is a fascinating city with countless contrasts which can be observed at every step. Its compelling history is reflected in the beautiful architecture of the oldest part of the city, but also in the communist-built apartment buildings. Its wide boulevards and large squares, its monuments and museums, its parks and shopping centers are definitely worth a look. Founded apparently in the 14th century by a shepherd named Bucur, Bucharest is also connected to Prince Vlad the impaler, as it got its 1st official mention in history, under this name, in a 1459 document from his court. He was the 1st one to realize the huge strategic and economic potential of Bucharest and set the foundation for the more prosperous centuries that were to follow.
First you will visit People’s Palace, the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon (USA) and the greatest expression of Ceausescu’s megalomania. After this unique experience you will see the Romanian Patriarchy from the bus and have a traditional lunch in one of Bucharest’s most appreciated venues. You will then proceed to visit one of the largest open-air museums in Europe, the Village Museum. You’ll have the chance to see original rural households from all areas in Romania, which were actually brought to here in pieces in the 1930’s and reassembled on site. You will gain valuable insights into folk culture, architecture and life. You will also have the opportunity to purchase original handcrafted souvenirs and information booklets from the museum’s shop. Your tour also includes photo-stops in the city’s most interesting places. In addition (30-40 minutes), you will enjoy a short guided walk of the historical center.
Meeting/ Pick up point: he customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour.
Duration: Around 7 hours 30 minutes.
Start or opening time: at 09:30 am.
Languages: Available guide in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Meeting/pick-up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: Around 7 hours 30 minutes.
Start/opening time: at 09:30 am.
Languages: Guide available in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Others: The customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour.
IMPORTANT: 1. 24h notice is needed to book a visit of People’s Palace.
2. Being the Romanian Parliament, the site can sometimes close arbitrarily, without notice. In this unlikely but possible case, the site will be replaced by either Cotroceni Palace (a museum and presidential residence), or by the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (the former Museum of Communism).
3. Order of sites may vary.
Clients must provide a valid PASSPORT for the visit of People's Palace. It guarantees them entrance. Sometimes regular ID's are accepted.
For the visit of People's Palace (the Romanian Parliament) a security search, just like at an airport, is compulsory. You will have to go through a metal detector.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest Delta Walking Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Explore the Vacaresti swamp, an abandoned lake site in the south-eastern part of Bucharest. The alternative provided by the landscape, with its panoramic view from the top of the dam, distinguishes itself from the flat appearance of the capital’s terrain. We will provide you with binoculars for maximum accuracy in bird and fauna watching.
Vacaresti Delta was the reason why, hundreds of families lost their homes in the 1980’s, evicted by the communist regime in an attempt to create in this area a flooding prevention system meant to serve the city . In 1989 the project was not yet finished and after the revolution of December 1989, was abandoned.
In the following years, nature has reclaimed that land in an astonishing way, so that today, we can admire almost 90 species of birds and other creatures living harmoniously in this micro environment.
Today we have a true Delta that has astonished the specialists and bird lovers with its beauty and diversity. On these 190 hectares of abandoned reservoir, an ecosystem of wetlands has developed. Admire about 90 species of birds, many of which are protected by current legislation, together with mammals and invertebrates, live together in a vast area that is about 5 subway stops from downtown Bucharest.
For this reason, Vcreti Lake has been named Bucharest’s delta. Watch how nature has flourished in the last 20 years in the absence of any human interference. And more importantly, as we speak, the Romanian government is working on turning this area into a protected nature park.
On site, we will serve a picnic lunch (based on traditional Romanian cheese and salami sandwiches, juice, water and coffee).
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of Bucharest Mall, main entrance, located in Calea Vitan n. 55/59 at 10am.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 2pm.
Languages: English.
Others: When booking, please fill in at Remarks field the clients phone number, for the guide to have it in case of need. Participants are advised to wear comfortable shoes fit for exploration.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest Jewish tour - private tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Bucharest had in the past one of the most prosperous Jewish Community. In the Inter-War period, almost 11% of Bucharest's population was represented by Jews. The events of the Second World War, but also the migration to Israel transformed the community. Today, in Bucharest there are almost 3000 Jews. The community is very well organized, even if the Jewish neighborhood was destroyed in the 80s, during Ceausescu’s regime.
During this tour you will discover the most important Jewish monuments that survived, you will have the chance to see The Great Polish Synagogue, built in the second half of 19th century by the Polish- Jewish community, The Holy Union Temple that hosts the History Museum of the Romanian Jews, The Jewish State Theater, one of the first professional Jewish theaters in the world and the only Jewish grocery. You will also discover the Choral Temple that was just renovated and re-opened for the public this year. For the architecture enthusiasts, you will discover modern buildings built between the wars by famous Romanian-Jewish architects such as Marcel Iancu or Jean Monda. On Saturday the synagogues are closed !!
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: 10am / 1pm.
End/closing time: 1pm / 4pm.
Languages: English.
Min. Age: 3 years.
Others: The synagogues are closed on Saturdays.
During the summer, make sure you cover your head as the sun gets pretty intense in summertime in Romania. Also, wear sunscreen if you feel like.
Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.

Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest Sites & Bites
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Get to know this pretty capital city and see the sites that have shaped Bucharest. As the sixth biggest city in Europe, it’s safe to say you’ll find lots to get up to here!
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Take your taste buds on a history tour and get to know how Romania’s past has influenced its cuisine today
* Hear the stories of Old Town, from Ottoman rule to French aristocracy, from Communist ruin to a new capitalist (night) life
* Enjoy a three-course traditional Romanian meal in a most charming restaurant
Start off in Revolution Square, which plays an important role in Romanian history. Notably, Ceausescu made his ill-advised rallying speech to a crowd that quickly turned on him back in 1989 which then led to the Romanian revolution. Close by, there are lots of landmarks, such as the former Royal Palace, the Athenaeum concert hall and Athenee Palace which was the place on everyone’s lips back in the day. In such a historical spot, it only seems right to have a traditional treat. We’ll enjoy a covrig - a daily salty snack for most Romanians. The snack was likely brought to Romania by Hapsburg or German merchants back in medieval times.
Next up, Victory Street: named after the 1871 War of Independence. Although it took until 1918 for Romania to be fully united, hence each region has its own distinct character. This stretch is also home to a bunch of other iconic inter-war monuments, including the Kretzulescu Church, Telephone Palace, Military Circle and former National Theatre.
We head in to the old town - this is the heart of medieval Bucharest. Here you can witness the many diverse influences on Romanian food — the Balkan mici (skinless sausages), the Ottoman sarmale (stuffed cabbage leaves), Russian borscht and ciorba (sour soups) and Austro-Hungarian schnitzel. Cast your eyes over the lavishly lush interiors and princely courts, the never-seen-before tranquillity of an orthodox monastery and the great wooden inn of Hanul Lui Manuc.
En route to our final destination, we’ll get a look at People's Palace, the centre of Ceausescu’s megalomaniac attempts to re-shape the city and the second largest building in the world (only pipped to the post by the Pentagon!). Try some culinary specialties at a traditional hanu or inn. During the time of the ancient Romanians (the Dacians) so much wine was drunk by the people that their leader: Burebista completely banned its production. The inventive Dacians began brewing beer right away! Pick either fine Romanian wines and/or locally brewed beer, just like the Dacians would have wanted!
Meeting/pick-up point: At Revolution Square (in front of the horse statue).
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 11am.
-End/closing time: At 3pm.
Drop-off location: At Unirii Square.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: Children between the ages of 6 and 11 pay child rates and children under the age of 6 go for free.
If you are bringing a child under 6, put this information in the special request box on the checkout page.
Please wear casual clothes.

Verfügbar bis 29 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest Walking Guided Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: A 3-hour guided walking tour of the beautiful capital of Romania, Bucharest. Known as "the little Paris of the Balkans" before WWII, famous for its beautiful palaces, wide boulevards, large parks, and many pristine churches, the capital of Romania underwent many changes during the Communist period which ultimately altered its architectural landscape and led to sometimes chaotic urban planning.
Today, Bucharest is a bustling city of many contrasts, that managed to somehow harmonize all these eclectic influences into a unique and unforgettable charm. Witness firsthand this amazing mix of influences from the megalomaniac People's Palace to the classy Belle Époque palaces of former aristocrats, to the featureless Communist structures.
Walk through the city and discover its architectural highlights (Constitution Square, People's Palace, the old historical center of Bucharest, featuring Manuc's Inn, Stavropoleos Church, the Princely Court, and St. Anton Church - the oldest place of worship in Bucharest, the Romanian Savings Bank, the National History Museum, the Romanian Atheneum, Revolution Square, the Former Royal Palace, followed by the National Theatre and University Square). Opportunities for lunch are abundant in the Old City as the area has been close to fully refurbished. Coffee and refreshments are also available, and so are typical Romanian souvenirs. If visit the Romanian Metropolitan Church, a 17th century Orthodox church.
Constitution Square, People's Palace, the old historical center of Bucharest, featuring Manuc's Inn, Stavropoleos Church, the Princely Court, and St. Anton Church - the oldest place of worship in Bucharest, the Romanian Savings Bank, the National History Museum, the Romanian Atheneum, Revolution Square, the Former Royal Palace, followed by the National Theatre, the Intercontinental, and University Square.
Duration: Three hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest at a Glance
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and begin your extended panoramic tour of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Once called the “Paris of the Balkans”, Bucharest is a fascinating city with countless contrasts which can be observed at every step. Its compelling history is reflected in the beautiful architecture of the oldest part of the city, but also in the Communist-built apartment buildings. Its wide boulevards and large squares, its monuments and museums, its parks and shopping centers are definitely worth a look. You will visit the Patriarchal Church, and also do three photo-stops, which will provide you with the opportunity to see the greatest expression of Ceausescu’s megalomania - People’s Palace, the Revolution Square - that put a stop to it, and the Military Academy.
Lunch not included option: You will also do a short guided walk through the streets of the historic center of our capital, including enough free-time for lunch on your own, at one of the many restaurants there. After tour completion, you return to the hotel.
Lunch included option: After enjoying a traditional included lunch in one of Bucharest’s most famous venues, you will also do a short guided walk through the streets of the historic center of our capital.
Itinerary outline: Magheru Blvd. - University Square - Romana Square - Victory Square - Aviatorilor Blvd - Charles de Gaulle Square - Arch of Triumph - Kiseleff Blvd. - Village Museum - Free Press Square - Kiseleff Blvd. - Victory Square - Victory Road - Revolution Square (photo-stop) - Elisabeta Blvd. - Cotroceni Palace - Military Academy (photo-stop) - Splaiul Independentei - Constitution Square - Palace of the People (photo-stop) - Unirii Square - Magheru Blvd.
Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: Tour includidng lunch lasts 4 hours and without lunch 5 hours.
Start or opening time: For the tour without lunch at 08.30 am hours and the tour with lunch at 09.00 am.
Languages: Includes guide in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Includes: transportation in AC vehicle, professional guide, one 0,5l bottle of water/pax in the vehicle, a visit of the Patriarchal Church, insurance, local taxes.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Bucharest by Night
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and begin your panoramic tour of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. See Bucharest after nightfall, with all of its historic buildings and squares beautifully lit. Enjoy four photo-stops in the city’s most important places and a nice walk in the historical area. Once called the “Paris of the Balkans”, Bucharest is a fascinating city with countless contrasts which can be observed at every step. Its compelling history is reflected in the beautiful architecture of the oldest part of the city, but also in the Communist-built apartment buildings. Its wide boulevards and large squares, its monuments and museums, its parks and shopping centers are definitely worth a look.
Itinerary outline: Magheru Blvd. - University Square (photo-stop) - Romana Square - Victory Square - Aviatorilor Blvd - Charles de Gaulle Square - Arch of Triumph - Kiseleff Blvd. - Village Museum - Free Press Square - Kiseleff Blvd. - Victory Square - Victory Road - Revolution Square (photo-stop) - Elisabeta Blvd. - Cotroceni Palace - Military Academy (photo-stop) - Splaiul Independentei - Constitution Square - Palace of the People (photo-stop) - Unirii Square - Magheru Blvd.
Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: Around 2 hours 30 minutes.
Start or opening time: at 08.30 pm.
Languages: English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Includes: transportation in AC vehicle, professional guide, one 0,5l bottle of water/pax in the vehicle, 4 photo-stops, a walk in the historical center, insurance, local taxes.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Caldarusani Monastery
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Explore a spiritual world from centuries long ag while you tour the Caldarusani Monastery, situated close to Bucharest, Romania. Sitting on a peninsula on the shores of a lake bearing the same name, the location is an idyllic oasis of spirituality. On this four and a half hour tour, you'll enjoy experiencing both the history and scenic beauty of the monastery.
Your day will begin with a drive full of panoramic views as you make your way toward the destination. Approaching the Caldarusani Monastery, you will realize why Matei Basarab, ruler of Wallachia, chose this strategic location in 1637-38. At the time of its founding, the whole area was covered in a dense forest, perfect for ensuring privacy. Prior to construction of the monastery, there was a small wooden structure, with just nine monks serving. The church which replaced that first monastery now possesses an important collection of 18th century icons and religious artifacts, along with a library containing extremely valuable manuscripts written by the monks themselves. Enjoy a visit to the museum that houses the most valuable items, including ten icons painted by the famous Romanian painter, Nicolae Grigorescu. You'll have the chance to interact with the resident monks and gain insight into their daily lives. Before making your way back, you will have a traditional lunch on the premises, cooked and served by the monks themselves.
A visit to Caldarusani Monastery will give you a taste of history and leave you feeling peaceful and serene.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel lobby.
Duration: Four-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.
Languages: English with German, Italian, French and Spanish on request.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - City Photo Tour in Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Whether you are an enthusiast, a professional, or someone who is ready to explore the full potential of their new DSLR camera and move beyond the realm of point and click, we invite you to discover the real magic of the city through the lens. We already scouted Bucharest for the most unique vantage points. During the tour, we’ll share these privileged corners with you, along with various, must-have techniques so you can shoot your own stunning photos.
Explore the architecture, walk through the parks and feel the pulse of the city on this photo walking tour designed to bring an impressive blend of history and modern culture in front of your eyes.
By the end of this tour you should: identify the different architectural styles of the city, know the history of Bucharest: from its past to its western present, know all about image composition, know all about exposure / shutter speed / aperture control / ISO / lens selection and have gotten post processing tips.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: From Monday to Saturday at 1pm.
Languages: English.
Min. Age: 4 years.
Others: When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.
In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day.
The clients must bring their own camera. We provide an extra set of lenses and a tripod/ excursion.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - City of Contrasts
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Guided tour of Bucharest that includes a visit to the People's Palace, a traditional lunch and three photo stops, at the most representative sites. The Patriarchy Church is also on your program. A licensed guide will be with you throughout your tour sharing interesting information.
Meeting point: Pick-up from hotels.
Duration: Approx. 8 hours.
Start or opening time: 09:00 horas.
Languages: : English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

Verfügbar bis 31 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Bukarest - Communism Tour of Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Bucharest today is a nice city to live in, yet until the late 1980's, Romania was a communist state and Bucharest was a troubled place. Anything related to the west was forbidden to the extent that even talking to a westerner on the street could mean a trip to a Police station for an interview with a Securitate (secret police) officer. That era left its marks on Bucharest, a city once known as 'Little Paris'.
Your tour starts at Revolution Square, the place where the fight for liberation started. Then, you will continue your trip towards the Archives, a building that still bears the bullet marks of its bloody history.
From there you will head to Constitution Square and to the top of the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon. Nicolae Ceauescu, the General Secretary of the Communist Party, who's regime it was built under, called it 'the People's Palace'. Next the tour will move towards a neighborhood in the north of Bucharest, where you can see examples of the true socialist architecture, and some of the “bedroom quarters”. You will also get to see one of the famous 'Hunger Circles' - an ex-canteen from the communist era, so called because of the severe food shortages at the time.
On your way, you will stop at the Romanian Television HQ (TVR), the Romanian public television station. Due to the "energy saving program", the TVR schedule was severely limited to only about two hours per day during the communist era, between 8pm and 10pm, most of which was dedicated to the cult of personalities of Nicolae Ceauescu and his wife Elena. The two hours of programming were half propaganda and half general entertainment.
You'll then go to the Primaverii neighborhood, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the city and home to many politicians and local celebrities, where you'll see Ceausescu's house. Nicolae Ceausescu actually occupied a whole block of villas, including one for his security guards and one for domestic servants, and so, this place has remained an exclusive district since then.
Your tour ends at Victory Square, where you'll see Victoria Palace, headquarters of the Prime Minister of Romania and his cabinet.
Meeting/pick-up point: At the Revolution Square Bucharest , in front of the Carol The I horse statue (it's the only one).
Duration: 3 hours.
End/closing time: At 1pm or 4pm, depending of the option chosen.
Min. Age: 4 years.
Others: When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Complete Bucharest Half Day Bike Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: We start the tour in one of the most loved parks of Bucharest – Herastrau. It is by far the best place to be in the sometimes hot afternoons of Bucharest. Here we’ll just take advantage of the shade and the breeze as we’re on bikes.
From the park we have a short look at the Village Museum and head to the House of Free Press formerly known as The House of the Spark (one of the main Communist Journals). After analyzing how Romanian Society changed through the power of media to create and impose models we’ll bike south to the very “Parisian” Arch of Triumph. A relaxing ride on the green Kiseleff “Embassy Road” will lead us in the vicinity of Eternal snoring source – the Palace of the Government in Victory Square. By far more interesting are the 2 nearby museums which we’ll discuss – The Peasant Museum and the Geology Museum.
Crossing Victory Square we’ll head towards Romana Square. and right after we grab some local pies we stop in front of our pride – The Atheneum where the Philharmonic performs. It is an extremely loved, which could seem quite odd given the lack of popularity of classical music today. After we get out of this dilemma we plunge in an deeper one – 1989 Revolution against the Communist Regime which concluded (perhaps a bit cynical) in a very costly change of a Political Party name – more than 1200 people lost their lives in mainly 2 weeks.
After we pass the oldest public garden of the city (Cismigiu Park) we stop for a chat in the “shadow” of a White Elephant – The Palace of the Parliament formerly House of the People. To feel its size we’ll bike in front of it to understand also what it meant for the people we are going to have a look behind the facades and discover a more than 300 years old Monastery – perfect setting for a discussion about church – state relation in the past times. Close to the end we’ll have the biggest “challenge” of the day – go up the hill (in Bucharest every 15 mtrs gain of altitude is considered a hill) on the top of which we’ll find the currently Heroes Monument in Carol Park.
Downhill to the finish and after about 4h and 20km of biking, talking and especially smiling you can say you took the time to fall in love with Bucharest.
Meeting/pick-up point: Charles de Gaulle Statue in Charles de Gaulle Square.
Duration: 4 horas.
Start/opening time: From April to September - 3:30pm and from October to November at 3pm.
End/closing time: From April to September - 7:30pm and from October to November at 11am.
Drop-off location: The main entrance of Parcul Tineretului (The Youth Park).
Languages: English.
Min. Age: Minimum age of participants is 18 years if unattended by parents. 12 years if companied by parents.
Others: When booking, please fill in at Remarks field, in the clients phone number, for the guide to have it in case of need. Please mention in advance if you have any dietary restrictions as a snack stop is included in the tour. In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day. Included in the price is also a bottle of water and a traditional pie/donut (or similar).

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Dark Side Tour Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: We’ll explore the depths reached by human beings in hurting one another. Cheap thrills are best left to Hollywood professionals. We’re interested in giving you a bit of a context, a broader sense of events unfolding through history in Bucharest. Start your adventure in the city center and visit The Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance, a reminder of the cruel events that unfolded between 1950-1977. Learn about the Communist tourture methods that were used in the hundreds of deportation camps and prison across the country.
Next, leave the Golden Age behind and travel back in time in the begining of the 20th century to find out all about the sexy times that Bucharest had before the Communist Regime took power. In 1927, around 12.000 prostitutes and escorts were working in Romania. Hear the stories and legends of Mita Biciclista (the biker) and the beautiful gypsy dancer, Zaraza, that stole the hearts of many men.
Inside a former brothel you'll hear the story of "The Vampire of Bucharest", who would use a hammer to attack waitresses who were alone and returning from work. He struck after midnight during unusual weather conditions such as snowstorms, driving rain, high winds, freezing cold or fog. It was Romania's most notorious serial killer that terrorized Bucharest between 1970-1971.
After a short stop to rest, if rest is needed , we'll walk even further back in time, during the Dark Ages. We'll stop by the Saint George's Church, one of the oldest churches in Bucharest, where you'll hear all about the bloody feuds between the Muslim world and the Christian rulers of Romania. Beheadings, ambushes, treachery, martyrs and false gods, our Dark Ages have seen them all.
Finish grand inside the Bellu Cemetery (Bucharest's answer to Pere Lachaise), the first modern graveyard in the city and a place filled with love stories, unique architecture and sometimes even mysteries waiting to be resolved. We will only travel by public transport.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Others: In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day. Minimum age: 3. Please bring your ID card. When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes. The tour is restricted for children under 14 y. o.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Dracula- Fact vs Fiction
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Enjoy a guided tour of Bucharest, focused mostly on the historical figure of Vlad the impaler aka Dracula. You will first see the Old Princely Court where Vlad the Impaler had his headquarters. Then, you will drive to Snagov Monastery, where his tomb allegedly lies. On your return you will visit the Village Museum and have a traditional lunch in a local restaurant. A licensed guide will be with you throughout your tour.
Meeting point: Pick-up from hotels.
Duration: Approx. 7 hours.
Start or opening time: 8:30am.
Languages: : English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Half Day Bucharest Tour (2 visits, without lunch)
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and begin your extended panoramic tour of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Once called the “Paris of the Balkans”, Bucharest is a fascinating city with countless contrasts which can be observed at every step. Its compelling history is reflected in the beautiful architecture of the oldest part of the city, but also in the Communist-built apartment buildings. Its wide boulevards and large squares, its monuments and museums, its parks and shopping centers are definitely worth a look.
You will visit the Patriarchal Church, and also do three photo-stops, which will provide you with the opportunity to see the greatest expression of Ceausescu’s megalomania - People’s Palace, the Revolution Square - that put a stop to it, and the Military Academy. You will also travel to the Village Museum, one of the best open-air museums in Europe, for a wonderful guided inside visit. After your incursion into the rural aspects of Romanian life, you will return to the hotel in time for lunch.
Itinerary outline: Magheru Blvd. - University Square - Romana Square - Victory Square - Aviatorilor Blvd - Charles de Gaulle Square - Arch of Triumph - Kiseleff Blvd. - Village Museum - Free Press Square - Kiseleff Blvd. - Victory Square - Victory Road - Revolution Square (photo-stop) - Elisabeta Blvd. - Cotroceni Palace - Military Academy (photo-stop) - Splaiul Independentei - Constitution Square - Palace of the People (photo-stop) - Unirii Square - Magheru Blvd.
Meeting point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Meeting time: at 08:30 am.
The customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour.
Duration: Around 4 hours.
Available guide in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Price includes:
• Transportation in AC vehicle.
• Professional guide.
• One 0,5l bottle of water/pax in the vehicle.
• A visit of the Patriarchal Church.
• A visit of the Village Museum.
• 3 photo-stops.
• Insurance, local taxes.
Not included:
• Personal expenses, lunch, photo and/or filming fees, gratuities.
We recommend you do not feed stray-dogs or engage in play with them. Do not leave your belongings unattended and be aware of pickpockets. Some exchange offices in Romania charge service commission, so only change money at banks and/or exchange offices which do not charge commission.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Hidden Gems of Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Accompanied by our professional guides venture into the old neighborhoods of Bucharest where you will discover the history, the architecture and charm of places that most locals don’t even know exist.
The evolution of Bucharest shared many aspects with towns in the Ottoman Empire. One of these shared aspects was the division by Mahallas. Mahallas were small quarters of the town which arose around a religious building and which were often inhabited by a homogeneous community of people belonging to the same ethnic, social or religious groups.
As the town grew, mahallas fused with each other giving birth to wider neighborhoods that suffered through waves of modernization, earthquakes, wars and Ceausescu's demolition projects. This was the fate of neighborhoods like the Armenian Quarter, Mantuleasa, the Old Jewish Quarter & Batistei. Discover and learn about all the mixtures of architecture, cultures and cuisines. This tour includes: quaint neighborhoods full of history/landmark or strange buildings/belle époque and modernist architecture/the most romantic hang out places available in the city/the oldest house in Bucharest/art galleries and trendy local shops.
To top it all off, we have also included is some leisure time in Bucharest’s most beautiful summer gardens, in true balcanic style.
Meeting/pick-up point: Intercontinental Hotel.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Others: When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes. In case of bad weather conditions, if the guide decides that the tour cannot be done, the client can reschedule the tour the following day.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Historic Bucharest, Snagov Monastery and Shopping
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Join us and enjoy both the scenery of the city and the charm of Bucar Snagov Monastery. You will be thrown into a world influenced by peaceful shepherds and Vlad the Impaler; an ominous name for a revered figure! Allow yourself to be transported back to a yesteryear full of beauty and intrigue.
Highlights
- Potter around in the Bucar Snagov Monastery
- Find out all about the horrible history of Vlad the Impaler
- Shop ‘til you drop in the brilliant Baneasa Shopping City
Begin your day by taking in the panoramic views of Bucharest as you tour downtown and the Princely Court. Imagine yourself in a different time as you remark on the historical architecture. Next, head 40 kilometers out of Bucharest to Snagov, a small commune sporting a delightful lake and a historical relevance in its own right. On a small island in the middle of the lake, you will see a 15th century Byzantine church, Bucar Snagov Monastery, which entombs Dracula.
As Vlad the Impaler is the source and inspiration of this legend which invokes a dark and dreary feel, you'll be enchanted by the actual locale of the tomb. The island is a paradise of luscious gardens, flowers, and trees. Afterwards, you'll switch gears, returning to the city to experience Baneasa Shopping City. Spend some free time to explore what's on offer in this sprawling marketplace and grab a bite to eat, before your return.
The tour of the city of Bucharest and the Bucar Snagov Monastery will appeal to a myriad of tastes and leave you with memories of a remarkable place that mixes legend, natural serenity, past and present.
Languages: English with German, Italian, French and Spanish on request.
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Hotel pickup
End point: Same as starting point
Schedule
Opening dates
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 09:00 - 15:30
Duration: 6.5 Hours
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Group type: Shared

Ausflüge in Bukarest - Home cooked meal in Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: This tour is a part of the Urban Adventures Home Cooked series and aims to give you one of the richest travelling experiences you can ever have – the opportunity to enjoy a meal with a family in a local home. Your local hosts speak English well, so you won’t need sign language to understand each other!
The aim is for you to experience life exactly how it is in Bucharest. It is the chance for you to hang out with everyday locals, and get to know Romanian culture through their eyes, and their food. Could there be a more perfect way to get to know local life in Bucharest? We don’t think so. You will be met at the meeting point by one of the family who speaks English. We’ll head back to your hosts’ home, and after you’re introduced; it’s time to get our chef hats on!
In terms of the cooking, you can do as much or as little as you like. If you want to learn some Romanian cooking techniques and recipes, this is your chance to learn from a local. They will be happy to show you the ropes. But if you want to just sit back, chat, and relax, that’s cool too. When the food is ready you will all sit down together and share the meal prepared, enjoy the conversation, or maybe you’ll even look at each other’s photographs and maybe take some more all together.
This experience is real. Our families come from all walks of life. Some you might find have a similar lifestyle to your own, whereas others might come from a very different background. This is your chance to get to know the people of Romania in their own homes – something that you certainly won’t find on every tour in Bucharest! The beauty of this project is that everyone involved in our Home Cooked Series is someone who wants to meet travellers and share experiences with them.
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of MacDonald's in Unirii Square.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 6pm.
Opening days/period: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Languages: English.
Drop-off location: We will take you back to the point where we started the tour, or if you prefer, help you get to the nearest metro station or to catch a taxi (not included) back to your hotel.

Ausflüge in Bukarest - Outcast Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Discover Bucharest’s streets through the eyes of those that know them best: the people who live on them! Get to know the city in a whole different light whilst getting a raw yet real insight into the lives of others.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Take in the city’s history while supporting an employment program for homeless, ex-homeless and vulnerably housed locals
* Learn the secrets of how homeless locals have learned to cope on the streets and gain insight into their daily lives
* Support a local NGO that secures training and employment for Romanians living on the streets
Start off in front of the National Theatre, a well sought out spot which opened back in 1852 and has shown an array of famous plays such as Macbeth, The Dinner Game and All My Sons. This area has been home to homeless kids for the last 25 years, sleeping on park benches, in the sewers or in the underground stations. Your guide will be more than willing shed light on the locals as you roam around the neighbourhood.
This Bucharest tour is run in partnership with the Parada Foundation which is a Romanian NGO and member of the Federation of Child Protection NGOs. The foundation supports homeless children, young people and families through its social and educational services. All of the guides have found their position through this collaboration with the foundation as a means to secure a regular income. They will paint a true and accurate picture of homeless life and demonstrate the skills they’ve built up in the field of tourism, whilst taking you along to Bucharest’s best attractions in an unusual yet unique way.
We’ll stroll past the University Passage as we head on over to the Russian Church and the National Bank of Romania. We’ll get to set our eyes on University Square, which back in the 15th century marked the spot of the northern limit of the city. In 1990 a prolific protest led by students and targeted at the government took place there.
After all of this gallivanting you’ll probably need to take 5. After we’ve made our way across the Old Town we’ll grab a coffee. We will move on to Unirii Square, where you’ll hear more terrific tales, such as the one about the private underground line that Ceauescu wanted to build in case he ever needed to escape the wrath of the people.
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of the Intercontinental Hotel (in University Square).
Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 4pm.
End/closing time: At 6.30pm.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Drop-off location: Unirii Square.
Languages: English.
Min. Age: 12.
Excludes: Coffee.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Romania's Castle Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Step straight into a fairytale land by visiting two of the most enchanting castles in Romania.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* See two of the best Castle’s in Romania
* Learn about a time gone by through interesting artefacts and architecture
* Engage with the beautiful nearby landscapes
Start at the unforgettable Peles Castle, with its magical charm and beautiful architecture. Admire the result of many artists, wood-carvers and builders that worked to create this neo-Renaissance masterpiece. Although constructed in 1875, some of its features were well ahead of its time and was in fact the first castle in Europe to use electricity.
Explore its Honorary Hallway, filled with Swiss and German landscapes to remind Romania’s first king, Carol I of his homeland. Let the fascinating artefacts take you back in time, featuring the wonderful armour used by soldiers and horses and then move onto the Oriental Room, bearing intricate weapons of the past.
Our next mysterious stop, is at the world famous Bran Castle known for the legendary backdrop to Bram Stocker’s “Dracula. ” Perched on top of a 200 foot tall rock, its breathtaking location will win you over. Gaze up at its imposing towers and turrets, making you feel as though you’re lost in the illustrations of a novel. Once used at a royal residence, this castle is now used as a museum and visited by tourists from all over the world. Marvel at the beautiful art collections and furniture collected by Queen Marie.
Meeting point: Pick-up from hotels.
Duration: Approx. 11 hours.
Start or opening time: 8:30am from Tuesday to Sunday.
Languages: : English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Royal Escape
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and drive north out of Bucharest to Sinaia Resort (~2h drive), a place referred to by many as “the Pearl of the Carpathians”. Founded in the late 17th century, Sinaia is by far the most interesting and architecturally relevant resort in Romania, compared by some to a huge open-air museum. In the late 19th century, Sinaia went through a development boom after the building of the King’s royal residence. Proof of this will be all around you. Here, you will visit the breathtaking Peles Castle, the former residence of the Hohenzollern King Carol I. Recently ranked 6th in the top of “Most Amazing Castles in the World” (http://opentravel. com/blogs/15-amazing-castles-from-around-the-globe), PELES will most likely become one of the highlights of your travel experiences. It will give your insight into the life of the Romanian Royal Family and into the greatest period in Romania’s recent history.
After your inside visit you will enjoy a traditional lunch in a local restaurant, situated within the castle’s premises, in the midst of the astounding forests and peaks of the Carpathians. You will continue then with a short stop at the picturesque Sinaia Monastery and find out some more about the Romanian Royal Family, about religion in Romania and the people's relation with the Church. You return to Bucharest through the scenic Prahova Valley and the beautiful fields of the Romanian south.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Duration: Nine hours.
Start/opening time: From Tuesday to Sunday, at 8.30am. Guests must be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure.
Languages: English. German, Italian, French and Spanish upon request and subject to availability.
Others: Peles Castle cannot be visited on Monday, as the venue is closed. The program can be changed so that Pelisor Castle replaces Peles Castle.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Slow Cooked Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Eating at a restaurant is just fine. But if you’re looking for more than ‘just fine’, if you want to meet some of the coolest locals, while they cook dinner for you, in an awesome location, then you are in the right place. Bucharest loves food in its own way. From the basic family lunch to the most sophisticated dining, every meal is a quest for satisfaction. Local habits will provide a lot of meat or hearty home cooked dishes based on traditional recipes.
Romanian cuisine is growing, bringing in a new funnier, crazier twist to old recipes and is reinterpreted in a modern manner.
All meals are prepared with high quality local ingredients, whenever possible organically sourced, by two creative cooks, Bucharest locals, with background in the communication business and a big passion for food and almost anything food related.
They love to share their passion and knowledge with their guest and maybe you can even steal some cooking tricks/ideas from them too.
You will usually be treated with a first course, which depending on the season can vary from hearty hot soup/ciorba during the colder months and lighter traditional assortment of salads and traditional appetisers, a main course and for sure a home-made delicious dessert.
Vegetarian/vegan, allergen free (gluten, lactose, nuts etc) dishes available on request.
Meeting/pick-up point: Under Basarab Bridge, in front of the metro station Basarab (M4 line), Exit B to Calea Grivitei.
Start/opening time: At 6pm.
End/closing time: At 9.30pm.
Languages: English.
Others: If you suffer of any food related allergies, please inform us in advance. Minimum age: 3. Please provide your phone number when booking.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Snagov Monastery and Historic Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel hotel and drive out of Bucharest – panoramic tour of downtown Bucharest, on the way to Snagov (~1h drive). Founded apparently in the 14th century by a shepherd named Bucur, Bucharest is also connected to Prince Vlad the impaler, as it got its 1st official mention in history, under this name, in a 1459 document from his court. Situated just 25 miles outside of Bucharest, Snagov is a very beautiful and historically relevant location.
There is a small island on the lake with an amazing 15th century church on it, one in which, Vlad the Impaler aka Dracula is entombed. The tomb is the main attraction as it is parallel with the altar, so that the priest blesses it each time he walks over it. Accessing the island is easy, as there is a bridge connecting the lake shore with the island. The style of the church is Byzantine and the walls of it are covered in apparent brick. The place used to be a monastery, first attested in 1408, under the rule of Vlad the Impaler's grandfather. Over the centuries it was used as a treasury, as a prison, or as a place of refuge by the various rulers of Wallachia. In the late 16th century there was a printing press there, established by Monk Antim Ivireanu, which printed religious books in Greek, Slavic & Arab. The entire island is a true paradise, with gardens, flowers and secular trees and a trip to it is always a success. After the visit we drive back to the city and have lunch in a local restaurant.
After lunch, you’re invited to an insightful guided walk through the oldest part of Bucharest which includes a look at the Princely Court (founded by Vlad the impaler). Thus, you will gain interesting knowledge about the medieval history of Bucharest, and not only. Return to the hotel. End of tour.
Meeting point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation. Meeting time: at 09.00 am. The customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour. Duration: Around 6 hours. Available in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.
Price includes:
• Transportation in AC vehicle • Professional guide • Entrance fee to Snagov Monastery • Lunch in a local venue • One 0,5l bottle of water/pax in the vehicle • Insurance, local taxes
Not included:
• Personal expenses, photo and/or filming fees, gratuities.
NOTE:
Instead of using the bridge in Snagov, a boat can be rented at extra cost, for a 20 min lake cruise - one way - to the monastery. If so desired, 48h notice is required.
We recommend you do not feed stray-dogs or engage in play with them. Do not leave your belongings unattended and be aware of pickpockets. Some exchange offices in Romania charge service commission, so only change money at banks and/or exchange offices which do not charge commission.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Street Art Workshop
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Graffiti, Street-Art, Urban-Art; with nearly 20,000 years of cultural evolution behind it, it’s still art by any other name and nothing seems able to slow its phenomenal popularity. We’ve come a long way from the simple cave-paintings of our ancient past, and the amazing diversity of today’s graffiti has has shown incredible resilience and adaptability.
The once-simple idea of drawing on a nearby public wall has become something truly extraordinary in a world increasingly walled-off and walled-in.
Draw, spray, cut and create original pieces of art on a family-friendly street art workshop. This workshop will give you the opportunity to paint and receive instructions on how to create street art as well as graffiti techniques from local artists. Under the close watch of your workshop leader, you will get to make your very own canvas and stencil to take home as a memento of your time in Bucharest.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 1pm.
End/closing time: At 3pm.
Languages: English.
Others: ID required. Min. age: 3. When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Tales of Dracula’s Castle Private Tour
Ausflüge in Bukarest: Depart from your hotel and drive north out of Bucharest to the Romanian Carpathians, through the scenic Prahova Valley. Reach Sinaia Resort for a nice refreshment stop at the Palace Hotel, followed by a maximum of 30 minutes of free time in the park of the 1913 Sinaia Casino. Proceed then over the Carpathians to the small village of Bran, the location of the castle that apparently inspired Bram Stoker, author of the novel “Dracula”.
Visit the ominous Bran Castle and be a part of the Dracula legend. See this true fortress, so well located and defended, that no one managed to conquer it in its 630 years of existence. You will then have free time for shopping at the foot of the castle, in a nice local market, with all sorts of souvenirs and traditional products. Lunch will be served in the village of Bran, at one of the best restaurants in the area. You’ll be transferred then to the city of Brasov, one of the best preserved Saxon cities in Transylvania.
You’ll be given around 1 hour to see the central square and take photographs – the History Museum, the Black Church, the Council Square & the pedestrian street – free-time. Return then to Bucharest, with one comfort stop on the way. End of tour.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Duration: 12 and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: At 8.30am. Guests must be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure.
Languages: English. German, Italian, French and Spanish upon request and subject to availability.

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Ausflüge in Bukarest - Vegan Dinner in Bucharest
Ausflüge in Bukarest: If you’re looking for an original Romanian vegan experience with traditional food, look no more. You have the opportunity to meet some of the coolest locals, while they cook dinner for you, in an awesome location. Bucharest loves food in its own way. From the basic family lunch to the most sophisticated dining, every meal is a quest for satisfaction. Local habits will provide a lot of diverse home cooked dishes based on traditional recipes.
Romanian cuisine is changing, innovating, bringing in a new funnier, crazier twist to old recipes and is reinterpreted in a modern manner.
All meals are prepared with high quality local ingredients, whenever possible organically sourced, by two creative cooks, Bucharest locals, with background in the communication business and a big passion for food and almost anything food related.
They love to share their passion and knowledge with their guest and maybe you can even steal some cooking tricks/ideas from them too.
You will usually be treated with a first course, which depending on the season can vary from hearty hot soup/ciorba during the colder months and lighter traditional assortment of salads and traditional appetizers, a main course and for sure a homemade delicious dessert. Allergen free (gluten, lactose, nuts and so on) dishes available on request.
Meeting/pick-up point: Under Basarab Bridge, in front of the metro station Basarab (M4 line), Exit B to Calea Grivitei.
Duration: 3,5 hours.
Start/opening time: 6pm.
End/closing time: 9:30pm.
Min. Age: 3 years.
Required documentation: ID.
Languages: English.
Others: When booking, please inform the travel agent about your phone number, so that the local guide can contact you in case of need. Please be advised that in case you are late, the guide will wait a maximum of 15 minutes.
If you suffer of any food related allergies, please inform us in advance.

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