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Este abono de ciudad incluye la oferta cultural de la ciudad de manera integrada: 10 visitas a los museos gratis, 2 días gratis de transporte en metro, descuentos en 23 bares y restaurantes.

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.

desde 46,5 €

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.

desde 17,6 €

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.

desde 11,9 €

Explora un mundo espiritual de siglos de antigüedad visitando el Monasterio Caldarusani, situado cerca de Bucarest (Rumanía). Sentado en una península a orillas del lago que lleva el mismo nombre, está ubicado en un idílico oasis de espiritualidad. En este recorrido de cuatro horas y media, disfrutarás de toda la historia que encierra el monasterio y de su peculiar belleza.

Tu día empezará con un recorrido lleno de preciosas vistas panorámicas de camino a tu destino. Al aproximarte al Monasterio Caldarusani, entenderás por qué Matei Basarab, príncipe de Valaquia, eligió esta estratégica ubicación en torno a 1637-1638. En el momento de su fundación, toda la zona estaba cubierta por un denso bosque, ideal para garantizar la privacidad. Antes de la construcción del monasterio, había una pequeña estructura de madera, con tan sólo nueve monjes. La iglesia que sustituyó a ese primer monasterio cuenta hoy con una importante colección de iconos y objetos religiosos del siglo XVIII, junto con una biblioteca que contiene manuscritos muy valiosos escritos por los propios monjes. Disfruta de una visita al museo que alberga los objetos más valiosos, incluidos diez iconos pintados por el famoso pintor rumano Nicolae Grigorescu. Podrás hablar con los monjes y conocer de primera mano su vida cotidiana. Antes de emprender el camino de vuelta, disfrutarás de un almuerzo tradicional en el recinto, preparado y servido por los propios monjes.

Tras esta visita al histórico Monasterio Caldarusani, te sentirás en paz y tranquilidad.

desde 35,5 €

Unirea Shopping Center, Pia?a Unirii 1

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.

desde 56 €

Revolution Square

A full-day guided tour that takes you to some of Romania's most famous sights. Enjoy a morning panoramic tour of "the Paris of the Balkans", Bucharest, a bustling city of many contrasts, before starting your 3 hour journey to Bran Castle, the place made famous by Bram Stoker and his novel DRACULA (comfort-stop on the way). Once in Bran you will have 2 1/2 hours on your own, during which you can visit the castle, have lunch, and enjoy the local souvenir market at the foot of the castle, on own.

You proceed then to Brasov, one of Transylvania's most interesting cities for some free time in the main medieval square. Here, one can see the famous 1377 Black Church, the Council Tower, and other well-preserved architectural beauties of this once thriving Saxon city. The pedestrian area with its many terraces, restaurants and stores will be at your disposal for about 3 hours.

After your insightful Transylvanian experience you return to Bucharest with one comfort stop on the way. Your guide will be with you for presentations and explanations throughout your journey.

If you are in Bucharest just for a city break or new in town and you want to party and to make new friends, you are welcome to join our partying. Our guides will show you premium bars and clubs as well the very unique and hidden ones that would be almost impossible to find without someone who has some local knowledge.

Our Pub Crawl benefits:

Hassle free organizing your night out.
Presenting Old Town area - when wanted.
Customized and flexible- best places of your interest.
Personal meet and greet and pick up from your accommodation within city limits.
Guidance and tips.
Free shots each bar.
Making new friends and meeting locals.
The guide will stay with you as long as needed/all night.

Points of itinerary

Old Town Area
The most entertaining bars in the Old Town of Bucharest: Nomad Sky Bar, Entourage, Bicileta Bar, Laboratorul de Cocktailuri, Beraria Hanul Ancutei, Bordello Bar.

CLINCENI AERODROM

The tandem leap is the best and easiest way to have an initial contact with the skydiving, offering total security and a complete feeling at the same time, as a solo leap. A tandem leap is an experience that is addressed to those who are not licensed as paratroopers, it is a leap that you can make fixed by an experienced instructor and it it for those people in search of adrenaline.

Although you may be able to steer the parachute, the instructor remains in control at all times. After a 30 minutes through briefing, the jump is made from about 3000 meters and includes a 30 second freefall before your instructor will open the parachute.

Skydiving is an action sport of exiting an aircraft and returning to Earth with the aid of gravity, then slowing down during the last part of the descent by using a parachute. Skydiving is performed as a recreational activity and a competitive sport.

During the tandem jump the instructor is responsible for emergency procedures in the unlikely event that they will be needed, therefore freeing the student to concentrate on learning to skydive.

When you first jump out of the plane, you get that falling feeling for a brief moment, and the rest of the 30 second freefall is absolute bliss. Skydiving is about the closest you can get to flying. And the trip down after the chute opens is pretty fun as well. The majority of skydivers never intended to jump more than once, but there’s just something about the dive that is irresistible to many.

Cocktail Tour is very suitable as a first stop of your legendary night out in Bucharest. We will take you to where are the must-go cocktail spots in Bucharest + top club for the rest of the night.

Bucharest’s most famous lounges are off Old Town Center. Experience the pleasure of tasting fabulous cocktails whilst enjoying some of the most spectacular views of the city. Choose from an extensive menu of unique cocktails combined with the best options for the night.

With your Cocktail Tour Guide collaborate with fellow tour members a custom itinerary that meets your interests.

Cocktail Tour benefits:
Hassle free organizing your night out;
Presenting non touristic areas off Old Town;
Big club reservation and guidance included;
Personal meet and greet and pick up from your accommodation within city limits;
Guidance and tips; the guide will stay with you all night;
Making new friends and meeting locals;
Discounts and deals.
Possible Locations: 18Lounge, E3byAntourage, goSOFA, SkyBar

Bucharest nightlife scene has changed a lot in the recent years, shifting from mainstream big clubs and pubs to more alternative places with a spirit. The electronic music thumps all night long, some clubs open their doors Friday night and only closing down on Monday.

Live music from jazz to indie and pop are also an option for those who prefer their music the old fashioned way. Bucharest is also famous for its racy and alternative offerings. Skip the obvious mainstream rumble and you can find alternative, arty smart priced options.

Cool hang around spots and the youthful for the more intimate hipster bars, or why not even chill on one of the coolest rooftops for a drink and friendly chat.

The tours are tailored to suit young travelers seeking an alternative way to explore the City. Make this night what you want it to be!

Hassle free organizing your night out.
Presenting Old Town and off Old Town alternative locations.
Personal meet and greet and pick up from your accommodation within city limits.
Guidance and tips. The guide will stay with you all night.
Making new friends and meeting locals.

Calea Vitan 55-59

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.

desde 17,3 €

DJ601A Joi?a

This activity is for the fans of Counter Strike who want to check the prime gun from the game in real life, too. AK 47 shooting is a sport where the competitors are trying to unite the three principles of precision, power and speed, by using a firearm of a certain minimum power (caliber) to score as many points as possible during the shortest amount of time (or sometimes within a set maximum time).

AK 47 shooting is a modern sport that focuses on the use of the gun as a defensive weapon for self-defense, or for military and police use. Like most martial arts, combat shooting is practiced both for defense and for sport. Pistol shooting and handgun shooting were developed as techniques for the police force. Instinct shooting requires the same eye, hand, and mind events as throwing a baseball or darts. The shooter must devote full attention on the smallest part of the target whilst drawing the weapon to fire. Once the weapon is at the ready, the shooter must fire immediately, to avoid losing the intense focus and missing the target. This technique is most often practiced with a moving target, such as clay birds or shooting plates.

The practical use of this drill is for life or death situations, in which the gun handler must instinctively and accurately shoot the target. The shooter must almost simultaneously: see the target, decide to shoot, start moving the gun to position, focus on a small part of the target, pull the trigger the instant the weapon reaches position.

The shooting is either on sunny, rainy or snowy weather. Adrenaline given by the thirlls of shooting with THE gun from Counter Strike in real life.After arriving at your destination, the instructor will give a 30 minutes preparation and then the always accompanied shooting begins.The shooting range surface is over 2000 square metres.

The package includes: AK 47 7,62x39 mm, 20 shots, targets, full equipment, shooting line, instructor assisting.

Pistol shooting is a shooting sport where the competitors are trying to unite the three principles of precision, power and speed, by using a firearm of a certain minimum power (caliber) to score as many points as possible during the shortest amount of time (or sometimes within a set maximum time).

Pistol shooting is a modern martial art that focuses on the use of the handgun as a defensive weapon for self defence, or for military and police use. Like most martial arts, combat pistol shooting is practiced both for defence and for sport.

Pistol shooting and handgun shooting were developed as techniques for the police force. The most common types of pistol are the single shot, and semi-automatic. Instinct shooting requires the same eye, hand, and mind events as throwing a baseball or darts.

The shooter must devote full attention on the smallest part of the target whilst drawing the weapon to fire. Once the weapon is at the ready, the shooter must fire immediately, to avoid losing the intense focus and missing the target.

This technique is most often practiced with a moving target, such as clay birds or shooting plates. The practical use of this drill is for life or death situations, in which the gun handler must instinctively and accurately shoot the target.

The shooter must almost simultaneously: see the target, decide to shoot, start moving the gun to position, focus on a small part of the target, pull the trigger the instant the weapon reaches position.

The shooting is either on sunny, rainy or snowy weather.

This activity is for the fans of Counter Strike who want to check the prime gun from the game in real life, too.

AK 47 shooting is a sport where the competitors are trying to unite the three principles of precision, power and speed, by using a firearm of a certain minimum power (caliber) to score as many points as possible during the shortest amount of time (or sometimes within a set maximum time).

AK 47 shooting is a modern sport that focuses on the use of the gun as a defensive weapon for self-defense, or for military and police use. Like most martial arts, combat shooting is practiced both for defense and for sport.

Pistol shooting and handgun shooting were developed as techniques for the police force. Instinct shooting requires the same eye, hand, and mind events as throwing a baseball or darts.

The shooter must devote full attention on the smallest part of the target whilst drawing the weapon to fire. Once the weapon is at the ready, the shooter must fire immediately, to avoid losing the intense focus and missing the target.

This technique is most often practiced with a moving target, such as clay birds or shooting plates. The practical use of this drill is for life or death situations, in which the gun handler must instinctively and accurately shoot the target.

The shooter must almost simultaneously: see the target, decide to shoot, start moving the gun to position, focus on a small part of the target, pull the trigger the instant the weapon reaches position.

The shooting is either on sunny, rainy or snowy weather.

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