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Depart from the hotel to explore one of the oldest cities in Europe. Before reaching the Archaeological Museum, the bus will pass through the old city, by some of the most important buildings in town, such as: the 1910 Casino, the Navy HQ, the Genoese Lighthouse, the Palace Hotel. Once arrived in front of the Archaeological Museum one will notice the 1887 statue of Ovidius Publius Naso, a famous exiled Roman poet, ”the singer of tender love”. He was the one who described for the first time the places and the population of this region, in his works. The museum displays the most representative and valuable exhibits gathered from all over Dobrogea, proving the early presence of an industrious population. Most of the items displayed are unique and in a perfect state of preservation.

“The Glykon Snake” or “Fortune and Ponthos” statues will surely be the center of attention. The Roman Edifice with the Mosaic is a 4th century AD structure, the largest of its kind in the South-Eastern part of Europe, the former commercial hub of ancient Tomis and home to a 640 sqm mosaic. After your visits you’ll do a panoramic city-tour on the way to the well-known summer resort of Mamaia, where you’ll do a short photo-stop. You return then to the heart of the city for some free time and shopping in the pedestrian area. Return to the hotel.

Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: 4 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 21,9 €

Revolution Square

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.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 19,6 €

Hotel Iaki, Mamaia Resort

The Iaki Spa Hotel is one of the most famous and important establishments of It's kind in Romania, providing a wide variety of SPA services at the highest quality. With this new multi day package the offer is meant to cater to your mind and body's every need. Retreat from the day to day life to a world of tranquility and relaxation.

Happiness and Equilibrium.

Day 1

Yonka Intermezzo: An introduction treatment to the Yon-Ka world that brings to your skin the active principles of plants and the vitalizing energy of the essential oils of lavender, cypress, thyme, geranium, rosemary and their subtle flavors. 20 minutes.

Vichy Shower -or Salt Bath : Vichy shower - effects of this hydrotherapy technique are the total relaxation of the muscles of the body, removing dead cells and soften the skin, and mental relaxation. 20 minutes or : Therapeutic bath with salt from the Dead Sea or Epsom salt restores the body by removing toxins, improving the mineral balance of the body and relaxation. 15 minutes.

Day 2

Wrapping with mud from the Dead Sea or honey :The wrapping rituals are extremely beneficial because, first, have the effect of getting a pleasant appearance of the skin and, secondly, offer a warm, intimate atmosphere. 50 minutes.

Day 3

Relaxation massage :General massage, very effective in treating fatigue and generate an enhanced wellbeing. 50 minutes.

Day 4

Wrapping with mud from the Dead Sea or honey : The wrapping rituals are extremely beneficial because, first, have the effect of getting a pleasant appearance of the skin and, secondly, offer a warm, intimate atmosphere. 50 minutes.

Day 5

Gerovital Equilibrium Hydratation Facial Treatment :Created as a range exclusively for salons, Equilibrium at an advanced level covers the specific needs of every skin type. 50 minutes.

Daily access to aquagym, spinning, swimming lessons, full body training according to displayed schedule.

Beauty and Relaxation

Day 1

Yonka Escale Beaute (for her) / Men Express (for him): Personalized, natural and performing treatments, that bring to your skin the active principles of plants and vitalizing energy of essential oils of lavender, cypress, thyme, geranium, rosemary and their subtle flavors. 30 minutes.

Day 2

Iaki Candle Oil (for her) :Ritual that begins with a body scrub with brown sugar and fine sweet almond oil, followed by an intense hydration with hot candle oil applied with lomi lomi massage specific movements. The result is a smooth skin, and a unique sense of wellbeing. 50 minutes or Hot stone massage (for him) : One of the ancient therapeutic techniques used for decontracting the muscles, balancing energy and detoxification. 50 minutes.

Day 3

Relaxation massage and scalp massage : General massage, very effective in treating fatigue and generating an enhanced wellbeing. 50 minutes. The scalp massage helps stimulate peripheral blood circulation and induce a strong sense of relaxation. 15 min.

Day 4

Vichy Shower or Salt Bath : Vichy shower - effects of this hydrotherapy technique are the total relaxation of the muscles of the body, removing dead cells and soften the skin, and mental relaxation. 20 minutes or Therapeutic bath with salt from the Dead Sea or Epsom salt restores the body by removing toxins, improving the mineral balance of the body and relaxation. 15 minutes.

Day 5

Anti-age Gerovital Equilibrium : Created as a range designed exclusively for salons, Equilibrium covers at an advanced level the specific needs of every skin type. 50 minutes.

Daily access to aquagym, spinning, swimming lessons, full body training according to displayed schedule.

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.

Take this full day private tour to discover the beginnings of the Romania`s history: enjoy the mystery of the archeological site of Sarmisegetusa Regia the most important Dacian fortification, religion and political center, part of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The steps of history will lead you to medieval with the visit of Corvin Castle in Hunedoara.
On our way back to Sibiu we stop in Alba Iulia to visit its fortress: built in the spectacular Vauban Style, this place invites you to travel back in time, to get to know its legends and stories.

desde 63,8 €

Discover the beauty and architecture of historic Bucharest during this full-day tour that includes visits to the Patriarchy Church, Village Museum, a short stop for photo at the Palace of Parliament and another top in Revolution Square. Upon arrival in Bucharest, your sightseeing drive will take you through the tree-lined boulevards and busy squares en route to the most popular and important attractions in the city. Along the way, you will see a diverse mix of architecture reflecting various epochs and cultures. As you pass by the Press Square, you will see the enormous Press House, or “Casa Presei”, a scale replica of the Moscow Lomonosov Technical University and the symbol of Stalinist culture.

Built in 1957, the Press House is currently home to an abundance of editorial offices, and to the Romanian Stock Exchange. Your tour continues with a visit to the Village Museum, one of the world's most interesting open-air ethnographical parks. Founded in 1936, this museum measures one square-mile and displays more than 300 wooden and stone houses reflecting the history and diversity of Romania's rural architecture. Once known as Little Paris, Romania's capital has its own Arch of Triumph, which you will see as you drive along the elegant Soseaua Kiseleff, named after a famous Russian general, a former governor of Bucharest in early 19th century.

The 88-foot-high structure was erected in 1922, and is dedicated to the victories of the Romanian armies during World War I. Crossing Victoria Square, you will then make a photo stop in the Revolution Square, the place of Ceausescu’s last speech and the main stage of the Romanian 1989 Revolution. Here, you will also see the following architectural monuments: the neoclassical Romanian Athenaeum, the Royal Palace (constructed in 1937 and housing the National Art Museum), the University Library, the 1722 Kretzulescu Church and the former HQ of the Romanian Communist Party.

Continuing down Victory Road you’ll see the attractive buildings situated next to the oldest part of the city: the 1900 National History Museum and the 1st Romanian Savings Bank. A stop will be made at a cozy restaurant located in the center of Bucharest, for a delicious Romanian-style lunch. Then you’ll be stopping in front of the 12-story Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon. Though a reminder of Romania's Communist epoch, Romanians are extremely proud of the Palace, which was designed exclusively by Romanian architects using solely Romanian materials. After your photo stop, you will do a brief visit of the Patriarchy (Metropolitan) Church, the most important Romanian Orthodox church in the country. After the visit you will return to Constanta.

Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation.
Duration: 10 hours 30 minutes.
Start or opening time: 08:30 am.
Languages: Available guide in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request.

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.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 101,71 €

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.

Únete a esta interesante visita guiada de Bucarest, disfrutando tanto de la ciudad como del Monasterio de Snagov. Durante nuestra excursión de seis horas y media, viajarás a un mundo marcado por pacíficos pastores y por Vlad el Empalador, un ominoso calificativo para una figura venerada. Déjate transportar a una época llena de belleza y de intrigas.


Destacamos
- Entrada al Monasterio de Snagov
- Conoce la sobrecogedora historia de Vlad el Empalador
- Tiempo libre en Baneasa Shopping City

Únete a esta interesante visita guiada de Bucarest, disfrutando tanto de la ciudad como del Monasterio de Snagov. Durante nuestra excursión de seis horas y media, viajarás a un mundo marcado por pacíficos pastores y por Vlad el Empalador, un ominoso calificativo para una figura venerada. Déjate transportar a una época llena de belleza y de intrigas.

Empieza el día disfrutando de las vistas panorámicas de Bucarest mientras recorres el centro y la Corte Principesca. Imagina que estás en otra época mientras admiras la extraordinaria arquitectura histórica de la ciudad.

Luego, a 40 km de Bucarest, te espera Snagov, una pequeña localidad situada a orillas de un bonito lago con relevancia histórica por derecho propio. En un islote en medio del lago verás una iglesia bizantina del siglo XV: el Monasterio de Snagov, que alberga la tumba de Drácula. Vlad el Empalador inspiró al creador de drácula esa leyenda que invoca oscuras y lúgubres sensaciones, las mismas que despertará en ti la tumba del vampiro. La isla es un paraíso de frondosos jardines, llenos de flores y árboles.

Después cambiaremos de tercio radicalmente, regresando a la ciudad para conocer Baneasa Shopping City. Tómate tu tiempo para explorar todo lo que te ofrece este centro comercial en continua expansión y come algo antes de regresar.

Tras esta excursión a la ciudad de Bucarest y al Monasterio de Snagov para todos los gustos, rememorarás un lugar extraordinario que mezcla leyenda y serenidad natural, pasado y presente.

Idiomas: Inglés y otros idiomas bajo petición: alemán, italiano, francés y español.

desde 19 €

Nicolae Tonitza street, No 10,

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.

desde 28,6 €