|Varna & Black Sea Coast
Varna is the largest seaport on the Black Sea in Bulgaria. Your tour begins at the Varna Archaeological Museum famous for its gold, which was found in graves at the Varna Necropolis, a cemetery dating back to over 4000 BC. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before having an opportunity for free time to stroll along the beach.
|Communist Era Bucharest
This tour, concentrates on the recent history of the communist regime, which took hold in Romania in Dec, 1947 and lasted until the violent 1989 uprising at Revolution Square. Get a unique insight into life under the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his tyrannical wife, while traveling through the formerly inaccessible neighborhood. Visit Primaverii Palace, former residence of Nicolae Ceausescu and discover where the political elite lived during the communist era. Drive along Unirii Boulevard and view the Civic Center, part of the grandiose project called "Project Bucharest " which Ceausescu started to build.
|Piatra Neamt Sightseeing|
|World-famous Painted Monasteries: Humor, Voronet & Neamt
Today, journey to Bukovina. This area is one of the most authentic and unspoiled rural areas in Europe, home to the renowned Painted Monasteries, whose exteriors are coated in stunning 15th and 16th century frescoes. Visit Humor Monastery, built in 1530, one of the first painted monasteries. Admire the magnificent exterior of Byzantine period frescoes showing scenes from the Siege of Constantinople and the Last Judgment. Continue to Voronet Monastery, also known as the "Sistine Chapel of the East". Its frescoes, feature an intense shade of blue, a color known as "Vorone". Enjoy lunch at the local restaurant. Afterward, head back to Piatra Neamt. En route, stop at Neamt Monastery to visit the imposing church, built by Moldavian ruler Stephan the Great.
|Pleven City Tour Sightseeing|
|Pleven City Tour
Begin your tour in the center of Belgrade where you will have the opportunity to watch a folklore performance. The ensemble invites you for a glass of wine and performs dances from all parts of the country. Enjoy the colorful costumes and various pieces of Serbian folk music. Continue to Skadarlija, the famous artists quarter, also known as the Montmartre of Belgrade. Enjoy a taste of Serbian specialties accompanied by live music.
|Excursion to Veliko Tarnovo & Arbanassi
Enjoy an optional tour of Veliko Tarnovo, the former capital of Bulgaria. Medieval history and National Revival-style buildings abound in one of Bulgarias most frequented towns. The tour takes you on a panoramic drive through the heart of the town to view its terraced homes and many historical monuments. Enjoy lunch at a typical Bulgarian restaurant where you will have the opportunity to try local food and wine. Continue to the small town of Arbanassi whose unique houses resemble small fortresses. Arbanassi is famous for its painted churches and the artist market.
|Sibiel Visit & Dinner at Local Farmhouse
In the evening, drive to the charming village of Sibiel, a place where time stood still. Surrounded by forest, Sibiel is one of the best preserved and most beautiful old traditional villages in Romania. After a short walk, ride a horse-drawn carriage to a local farmhouse, where you will savor a delectable traditional dinner, while being entertained by talented local musicians.
|Danube Delta Excursion
Enjoy an excursion to the Danube Delta to explore its unique ecosystem. The Delta is home to over 1200 species of plants unique to Europe, as well as over 100 species of freshwater fish, which inhabit its many lakes and marshes. The site also serves as a prime resting and feeding point for millions of migrating birds.