3 days Bulgarian Experience
Price: 190 EUR
Duration: 3 days
Why choose this: If you already visited Romania before and want to experience more, we invite you to take a day tour in the south of the Danube, to discover the culture and the landscapes of our neighbours!
The offer includes: Half board + Entrance fees + 2 nights accommodation + Transportation
Do you want to taste the bulgarian spirit?
Bulgaria is a country where religion is present almost anywhere you go. That’s why churches, monasteries and religious art are a strong component of Bulgarian tourism.
The experience includes:
- Hotel pick-up & drop-off, if requested;
- Entrance fees at all the attractions;
- Transportation by air conditioned car or van;
- English or Italian Speaking guide;
- Half board Pension;
- Accommodation 2 nights at 4* hotels or Premium Villas in Veliko Tarnovo and Balchik;
- Entrance fees;
- City taxes.
What is extra:
- other meals, drinks
- other expenses.
Day 1. Bucharest - St. Dimitrie Basarabov Monastery - Veliko Tarnovo - Arbanassi;
St. Dimitrie, whose relics are now in the Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest, lived in the thirteen century, during the second Empire from Tarnovo, founded by Romanian and Bulgarians under the leadership of the brothers Peter and Asan.
This is the only monastery carved into rock, still functioning in Bulgaria. It is found 10 km from Ruse in the picturesque valley of the river Lom. From the spilling of the Lom into the Danube, climbing to Ivanovo, you can see about 300 cells dug into the river rock. Traces of frescoes can be seen on cave walls to this day. The churches from Ivanovo are today part of the UNESCO Heritage.
The Cave Church of St. Demetrius was built in 1865, with aid received from Romania. The current monastery consists of a church, built in the original Cave of St. Dimitrie.
This is one of the oldest towns in the country, with a history dating back to more than five hundred years ago. The town is located in the middle of the northern part of Bulgaria. Former Bulgarian capital, Veliko Tarnovo is best known for it medieval fortress.
Arbanassi village is a special place next to Veliko Tarnovo, as most houses are made of stone. It seems that Christians who came here from the South – Western Balkans, founded this village in the fifteenth century.
Day 2.. Arbanassi - Varna - Balcik;
Balchik is a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria. The town sprawls scenically along hilly terraces descending from the Dobruja plateau to the sea and it is known for the touristic attraction that Queen Mary of Romania erected in the first part of 20th century, Castle of Bacic.
Often referred to as the marine (or summer) capital of Bulgaria, Varna is a major tourist destination, a starting point for all the resorts in the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, a business and university centre, seaport, and headquarters of the Bulgarian Navy and merchant marine. It is named the sea capital of Bulgaria. The oldest golden jewelry in the world, belonging to the Varna culture, was discovered in the Varna Necropolis, located in the present city of Varna; it consists of jewelry dating to 4200-4600 BC.
Day 3. .Balcik - Vama Veche - Bucharest.
For more than 8 persons - 190 EUR/ person
For 8 persons: 220EUR/ person
For 6 persons: 240 EUR/ person
For 4 persons: 260 EUR/ person
For 2 persons: 310 EUR/ person
- *The price is per person in a double room. Supplement for single room: EUR 75
Important notice: Be sure that you gave the Passport or Identity Card, as the border will be crossed.
If you already visited Romania before and want to experience more, we invite you to take a day tour in the south of the Danube, to discover the culture and the landscapes of our neighbours!