Bucovina Cultural Journey, Romaniaoffered by supplier M06203 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 5 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 8 people
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey
Season: April - October
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 619 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 739 Euro (EUR)
Day 1: Bucharest Arrival.
Arrival to Coanda International Airport in Bucharest. Meet and greet by your professional English speaking tour guide. Transfer to your downtown Bucharest hotel. Afternoon at leisure. In the evening enjoy a Welcome Dinner and a Folklore Show. Accommodation at Hotel Berthelot (centrally located boutique hotel). Includes: (D).
Day 2: Bucharest - Bucovina.
Morning pick up by your English speaking tour guide at your hotel in Bucharest. Morning panoramic city tour of Bucharest. Drive north to Bucovina passing thru the vineyards of Vrancea. Stopover for lunch along the way. Later in the afternoon in the town of Campulung enjoy an exclusively organized interactive egg-painting demonstration by a local artist in her home, this being one of the local traditions of the area.You will also have the chance to admire painted eggs from all over the world. Enjoy a home hosted dinner in the village, a true cultural interchange. After arriving in Gura Humorului, check into the hotel. Accommodation in Gura Humorului at Hotel Passiflora (two nights). Includes: (B), (D).
Day 3: Bucovina Monasteries Excursion (UNESCO World Heritage Sites).
A la carte breakfast at hotel. Bucovina monasteries are gems of medieval Moldavian architecture and artistry. Begin your day with Voronet, the most famous out of all, known as the Sistine Chapel of the East and featuring one the best preserved Last Judgment fresco in this part of the World. Next is Moldovita Monastery where the UNESCO Golden Apple Award given to the painted churches in 1975, is kept. As a cultural connection, enjoy a traditional gourmet Bucovina lunch in the picturesque village of Sucevita.
Later continue to the nearby Sucevita Monastery, which is the largest of all, looking more like a mighty fortress than a monastery. The Ladder of John of Sinai is considered one of the best of the frescoes of Sucevita, rarely present in medieval Romanian art. Visit the small museum of this monastery displaying some of the most valuable old Bibles in the country. In the village of Marginea visit the black pottery workshop - they use a technique called "oxygen reduction", there is the same technique in Mexico only! Attend the Easter Orthodox Mass at the Monastery of Humor. Return to the hotel. Light dinner at hotel. Accommodation in Gura Humorului at Hotel Passiflora. Includes: (B), (L), (D).
Day 4: Gura Humorului / Bucharest.
A la carte breakfast at hotel. Morning visit to the exquisite Folk Customs Museum of Bucovina, an authentic window into the local culture and a perfect ending to your tour in the area. Drive south to Bucharest with arrival in the early evening. Orientation tour of the city. Transfer to your hotel. Dinner on own. Accommodation in Bucharest at Hotel Berthelot. Includes: (B).
Day 5: Bucharest Departure.
After breakfast transfer to the airport for your return flight.
10% discount for InfoHub customer. Request a free gift certificate.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- 4 nights at a traditional four-star hotels
- Fully insured van with climate control, for the entire distance
- Fuel and parking fees included
- All sightseeing tours & cultural connections
- 7 meals: 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
- Professional English speaking guide (driving) to accompany you throughout
- Guide's expenses
- Admissions to museums, sites, and churches as per itinerary
- Porterage at hotels
- VAT and local tax
- A detailed map of Romania.
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