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Anatolie Salceanu Shooting Range Joita, nr 130.

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.

One of the most imposing ancient monuments in Romania, “Tropaeum Trajani” dates back to 109 AD and is a pretty unique site, in this part of Europe. Just like Trajan’s Column in Rome, it represents a birth-certificate of the Romanian nation, depicting scenes from the armed conflicts between Rome and the Dacian Kingdom – Dacia. Built at the orders of Emperor Trajan by Apolodor of Damascus, to glorify the Romans’ victories against the peoples of Scythia Minor (present-day Dobrogea), the monument was decorated with 54 metopes representing a variety of scenes from the Roman campaigns in the Danube area and was 38m high.

First you will see the 1977 restored version of Adamclisi Monument and you’ll proceed then to the Adamclisi Museum to see the original parts of the monument, most of the metopes, the ornamental statues and some other relics found in the area. You continue then to St. Andrew’s Monastery, for a visit of the main church and the sacred cave where St. Andrew lived and preached from. After the visit, you’re invited to a special lunch served by the priests themselves. Continue then to Constanta and the hotel.

Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: 7 hours.
Start or opening time: at 09:00 am.
Languages: Guide available in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.

desde 43,1 €

In front of Intercontinental Hotel

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.


* 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 Ceau?escu wanted to build in case he ever needed to escape the wrath of the people.

desde 42 €

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 €

Piata Sfatului Square

Brown bears (Ursus arctos) have a large global distribution which reflects their ability to adapt to a variety of habitats. The brown bear's principal range includes parts of Russia, India, China, Canada, the United States (mostly Alaska), Scandinavia and the Carpathian region (especially Romania). There are estimated to be more than 200.000 brown bears worldwide, with approximately 5.500 individuals in the Carpathian region of Romania.

They are amongst the largest living carnivores and can grow to an enormous size, males up to 350kg, and females to 200kg. Adult males tend to be on average 8 to 10% larger than females. They have good hearing, an excellent sense of smell and can live for up to 30 years. We offer you the opportunity to see and admire the brown bears in their own habitat from a specially designed observation hide in the Transilvanian forest.

The forest ranger takes you in the forest, on a mountain path, walking for a few hundred meters to the hide where you wait quietly for wildlife watching (walking time aprox. 20 minutes). There are high chances (statistically more then 80%) to spot the Carpathian Brown Bear, sometimes a female with her cubs, sometimes a larger male bear, but you can also spot the wildboar, roe deer and red dear, wolves, linx and even some game birds. Do not forget that wildlife have their own way of living and we, humans, try to approach them as much as possible in their natural habitat.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 49,74 €

Enjoy a short tour of Iasi, the most impressive city in North-East of Romania and get an idea of the beauty and history of this city. This walking tour is the best way to get an idea about the city in a short time. From the Palace of Culture to the Union Square the tour will show you the essential of Iasi, Moldavia’s largest town, the main educational center, known as the city of the great ideas or the city of the seven hills like Rome or Lisbon.

Capital of Romanian United Principalities two times between 1859-1862 and 1916-1918, at this moment Iasi is considered Romania’s Cultural Capital. You will discover some of the highlights such as Golia Monastery, a 17th century monastery situated in the heart of the city with its Clock Tower, the oldest buidling of 13th century in Iasi, The National Theater, built in just two years at the end of 19th century by the famous austrian architects Felner and Helmer, first theater of its kind in Romania.

We will continue our journey by visiting The Metropolitan Cathedral, Roznovanu Palace (the building which houses the City Hall), The Catholic Cathedral, The Three Hierarchics Monastery, one of the most fabulous religious constructions in Romania because of its unique exterior architecture, an 17th century building.

From that point we will be heading to the Palace Square, where we will see The Palace of Culture, a neogothic palace, constructed at the beginning of 20th century, inspired from Hotel de Ville Paris.

desde 13,6 €

Welcome to Transylvania, a multicultural region filled with traditions and medieval treasures! This Half day tour will lead us on the tracks of the Austrians and Romanians in Transylvania, communities that have lived together since the 18th century.
This way, we will visit Cristian village, in the nearby of Sibiu, a village inhabited mostly by Landlers from Austria. The capital of storcks - the nickname of the village - will give us the opportunity to visit also its beautiful fortified church. The tour continues with Sibiel, a typical Romanian village: beside getting to know the costumes, we will visit also the Museum of icons painted on glass and serve the lunch at one of the peasants house.

desde 33,7 €

Discover a page of Romania`s history in this full day trip! You will have the opportunity to visit the Fortress of Alba Iulia, wich was originally a Roman fort under the name of Apulum.
Built in the spectacular Vauban Style, this place invites you to travel back in time, to get to know its legends and stories. The trip continues with the visit of the Salt Mine in Turda, a real museum of salt with impressive views. You can enjoy its facilities like sports, Spa, halotherapy or even a little boat trip on the underground lake.
After this healthy stop by, we arrive in Cluj Napoca in the afternoon, also called the Treasure City. Being part of the Siebenburgen and the capital of Transylvania, the city-tour of Cluj-Napoca will impress you with its fortification sistem, medieval tracks or legendary monuments like the St. Michael Church. In the evening we drive back at Sibiu.

desde 62 €

Piata Sfatului Square

The tour offers a spectacular view of the forest area on a good and safe biking trail, which gives the tourists the opportunity to discover the natural charm of the forest in an active way. The itinerary goes through the alpine meadows and cool, dark woods.

The tour starts in Brasov and goes to Poiana Brasov through the woods for about 10 km, followed by a tour of the resort. There are several stops included, whenever needed. The way back down to Poiana Brasov is made on the asphalt on a 12 km road.

Exceptions: if the tourists are not in shape for the entire physical effort of the standard tour, then an easier tour will be set in the spot.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 39,3 €

El conocido como París de los Balcanes en un día. Explora las principales atracciones de Bucarest con un completo tour guiado.

- Descubre el encanto y la vibrante atmósfera de Bucarest
- Visita el Palacio del Parlamento Rumano
- Admira edificios rurales de varias épocas en el Museo de la Villa

Reúnete con tu guía en el hotel para dar comiendo a un extenso recorrido panorámico por Bucarest. Esta fascinante ciudad está llena de contrastes que pueden observarse a cada paso. Al caminar por sus calles es posible admirar una mezcla de imponentes edificios de la segunda mitad del s.XX, iglesias ortodoxas e, incluso, restos de la Edad Media. Además de conservar un interesante patrimonio arquitectónico, Bucarest cuenta con numerosas plazas, museos, parques y zonas comerciales que son un reclamo para quienes se animan a explorar el sureste europeo. ¡Sé tú el siguiente!

Visita en primer lugar el Palacio del Parlamento Rumano, el segundo edificio administrativo más grande del mundo tras el Pentágono de Estados Unidos y la mayor expresión de megalomanía de Ceau?escu. Después de esta experiencia única, podrás admirar Catedral Patriarcal desde el autobús y disfrutar de un almuerzo tradicional en uno de los lugares más apreciados de la capital.

A continuación, dirígete a uno de los mayores museos al aire libre de Europa: el Museo de la Villa. Contempla una amplia colección de hogares rurales de todas partes de Rumanía y no te marches sin antes adquirir un souvenir artesanal en la tienda del museo.

El recorrido incluye paradas para tomar fotos en los lugares más emblemáticos de la ciudad y un paseo guiado por el centro histórico de entre 30 y 40 minutos.

desde 53,6 €