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 Romania (Romanian: România) is a country in Southeastern Europe. It shares a border with Hungary and Serbia to the west, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova to the northeast, and Bulgaria to the south. Romania has a stretch of sea coast along the Black Sea. It is located roughly in the lower basin of the Danube and almost all of the Danube Delta is located within its territory. 

Romania is a semi-presidential unitary state. As a nation-state, the country was formed by the merging of Moldavia and Wallachia in 1859 and it gained recognition of its independence in 1878. Later, in 1918, they were joined by Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia. At the end of World War II, parts of its territories (roughly the present day Moldova) were occupied by USSR and Romania became a member of Warsaw Pact. With the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, Romania started a series of political and economic reforms that peaked with Romania joining the European Union. 
Romania has been a member of the European Union since January 1, 2007, and has the ninth largest territory in the EU and with 22 million people it has the 7th largest population among the EU member states. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest (Romanian: Bucure┼čti ), the sixth largest city in the EU with almost 2.5 million people. In 2007, Sibiu, a large city in Transylvania, was chosen as European Capital of Culture. Romania joined NATO on March 29, 2004, and is also a member of the Latin Union, of the Francophonie and of OSCE.

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AnthemDeşteaptă-te române!
Location in the European Union
CapitalBucharest(Bucureşti)
(and largest city)44░25'N, 26░06'E
Official languageRomanian
GovernmentUnitary semi-presidential republic
PresidentTraian Băsescu
Prime MinisterCălin Popescu-Tăriceanu
Independence
Declared9 May 1877
Recognized13 July 1878
EU accessionJanuary 1, 2007
Area
Total238,392 km▓ / 92,043 square miles
Water3%
Population
July 2007 estimate22,276,056
2002 census21,680,974
Density93/km▓ || 236/square miles
CurrencyLeu(RON)
Time zoneEET(UTC+2)
Summer(DST)EET(UTC+3)
Internet tld.ro .eu
Calling code+40
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  The DMC staff is multilingual (English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish) and all are highly qualified professionals with years-long experience in tourism. Gamma Touristic has contract with all important hotels within the Romania and offers also packages combining Romania with Hungary, Bulgaria,Serbia and Croatia. The Inbound Tour Operator is offering full service for overseas tour operators: Meet & greet at Bucharest International Airport, transfers, hotel reservation, excursion and tours for FIT and groups. Gamma Touristicá is specialized in tailor-made programs for groups. .Gamma Touristic is handling the cruise ships of several American and German companies. For cruise companies, Gamma Touristic áis handling the shore excursions as well as excursions in the other neigbours country.

    The DMC has organized sophisticated Incentive Programs and Conferences for groups from Germany, U.K. -France and Belgium. We are ready also for special programs for events like the .European Cups We are able to facilitate a very good communication between our clients and the head office  top .Services for Incentives and Conferences

Black Sea Coast and Danube Delta

Day 1: Bucharest

Arrival in Bucharest – meet your guide and transfer to your in Bucharest. City tour of our capital by Night. Dinner and accommodation in 3* Hotel

Day 2: Bucharest – Black Sea Coast (250 km).  

Breakfast.After breakfast, sightseeing tour of Bucharest, the former small village founded by the shepherd Bucur – today a lot of monuments and museums are waiting for the tourists: the Palace of Parliament, the Village and Folk Art Museum, the Romanian Patriarchal Church, the Old Princely Court (a 14th century building extended by Vlad the Impaler-known as Dracula). In the afternoon well drive to the Black Sea Coast. Dinner and Accomodation in 4* Hotel 

Day 3:Black Sea Coast Leisureprogram  
Breakfast.Time at your disposal lying in the sun and taking a bath in the Black Sea. Optionally you can choose to participate to a Romanian Wedding Show in a typical restaurant or make a Black Sea Coast Tour. Dinner and Accommodation in Hotel 4*.
Day 4: Black Sea Coast –Tulcea – Danube Delta cca 140 km.
Breakfast  After breakfast, departure towards Tulcea, where our floating hotel is waiting for us. It’s time to explore the youngest territory of our country. Today we are leaving for Sfantu Gheorghe, a fishermen’s village mentioned in the 16th century documents, there the Danube is flowing into the Black Sea. Lunch  will be served on ship. Dinner and accommodation in Pension 3*
Day 5: Danube Delta
Breakfast. We’re leaving early in the morning in little fishermen’s boats till  to Black Sea  to admire the sunrise. Return to the floating hotel. After breakfast visit of the fishermen’s village Sf. Gheorghe. Then we’ll leave towards the Old Danube, passing by Sulina, an old settlement recorded in 950 A.D.(the city situated in the most eastern point of Romania) There, where the Danube flows into the Black Sea, near the lake Madgearu, we will have dinner with plenty of fish and with some luck well admire the wonderful sunset.Dinner and accommodation in Pension-3*.
Day 6: Danube Delta
Breakfast.Departure through the Sontea channel, admiring the beauty of the lakes Fortuna, Baclanesti and of the Olguta channel, till Mile 23. Here on the Ligheanca lake, you’ll participate to a fishing contest. In the afternoon visit of the fishermen’s village Mile 23, meanwhile skillful chefs are preparing for supper the fishes you have fished. Later, after dinner, in a romantic mood we’ll dance near the camp fire and give prizes to the lucky fishermen of our group.Dinner and accomadation on the ship.
Day 7: Danube Delta – Tulcea –Bucharest (cca 300 km)
Breakfast.Today well go back to Tulcea where the bus is waiting for us. Departure towards Bucharest. Dinner and accommodation in Hotel 3*-in Bucharest
Day 8: Bucharest – Airport
Breakfast.Transfer to the international airport of Bucharest

 

Legend and Miths in Romania

 

Day 1: Bucharest

Arrival on the international airport of Bucharest. Meet your guide and transfer to a three or four* hotel of our capital. Dinner.

Day 2: Bucharest – Pitesti – Curtea de Arges cca.170km.

Breakfast Sightseeing tour of Bucharest city centre, a perfect occasion to enjoy the dynamic life of our capital: Visit of the Princely court, the Pariarchal Churches and the Village Museum Departure to Curtea de Arges, for a visit to the legendary Bishop Church built by Manole where the Romanian Kings and Queens are buried. Dinner and accommodation in Curtea de Arges or its surroundings in Hotel 3*

Day 3: Curtes de Arges – Tg. Jiu – Drobeta Turnu Severin cca 260 km
 
Breakfast.After breakfast visit of the One Piece Wood Monastery and Hurezi Monastery. Drive to Tg. Jiu where we’ll have the occasion to admire the masterpieces of the famous artist Constantin Brancusi. After a long but picturesque drive admiring superb landscapes we’ll arrive in Turnu Severin. Visit of the ruins of Trajan’s Bridge.Dinner and accommodation in Drobeta Tr.Severin or its surroundings in Hotel 3*

Day 4: Tr.Severin– Caransebes – Timisoara – Arad –cca.290 km

Breakfast  Departure, crpssing the Retezat Reserve (one of the biggest in Europe) on our way to Timisoara. A first stop to visit the spa Baile Herculane - known since Romans’time, the Romans Baths with the bas relief of Hercules have been very well preserved. Arrival in Timisoara, the town of flowers, known also as “the little Vienna”. There are palaces in baroque style, wide squares, nice parks. Drive to Arad , another town of the Banat province having a particular charm. Dinner and accommodation in Arad in Hotel 4*

Day 5: Arad – Deva – Sibiu –cca.300 km

Breakfast Today we are driving towards east. First stop to visit the Corvin Family Castle, built in different stages: there are gohtic, renaissance and baroque elements. We’ll have a typical lunch in a little village called Sibiel, which is 15 km far from Sibiu; we’ll visit the museum of glass painted icons. Arrival in Sibiu, a town that knew how to preserve almost untouched its charm and the atmosphere of the medieval cities. Walking tour through the old centre: the Evangelic Church, the Lyer’s Bridge. Dinner and accommodation in Sibiu in Hotel 4*

Day 6: Sibiu – Medias – Sighisoara – Brasov cca.240 km

Breakfast.Admiring the beautiful landscapes of Transylvania, we’ll arrive in Medias. Visit of the old centre: St. Margaret’s Evangelical Church, the house of Stephan Ludwig Roth. Visit of the most important fortified church of Transylvania in Biertan, that hosts the largest wing altar in Romania, listed by UNESCO as part of the World Culteral Heritage. Arrival in Sighisoara considered to be the best preserved medieval inhabited town of Europe. It’s the birth town of Prince Vlad the Impaler known as Dracula. Dinner and accommodation in Poiana Brasov in Hotel 4*

Day 7:Poiana  Brasov – Bran – Sinaia – Bucharest cca 280 km

 After breakfast, walking tour in the old centre in Brasov: Black Church, the Old City Hall Town Square.Visit of the Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. Departure to Sinaia and visit of the Peles Castle, former summer residence of the Romanian royal family. Leaving Transylvania, our next stop will be in Targoviste, old capital of Walachia. Dinner and accommodation in Bucharest-4*Hotel

Day 8: Bucharest/Otopeni – Bucharest –cca.20 km

Breakfast After a short tour through Bucharest-well stop near the Atheneum-where well do some shoppings and afterthen well be transferred  to the airport

Transilvania & Bukovina-World Cultural Heritage

Day 1: Arrival to Constanta (Transfer Airport-Constanta Seaside-40 km)

Arrival on the international airport of Constanta . Meet your guide and transfer to hotel. Shortsightseeingstour in Constanta by night Dinner and accommodation in a 4* Hotel

Day 2:Constanta- BucharestSibiu  cca.480 km.

Breakfast  Transfer to Bucharest-Sightseeing tour of Bucharest city centre, a perfect occasion to enjoy the dynamic life of our capital: Visit of the ParlamentBuilding, the Patriarchal Churches and. On their way, to Sibiu they will make a short stop at the Cozia Monastery(from the 15thcentury), which in one of the oldest monasteries in Romania. Dinner and overnight accommodation in Sibiu-4*

Day 3:Sibiu – Medias – Sighisoara – Praid-Sibiu  cca.380 km.

Breakfast.Admiring the beautiful landscapes of Transylvania, we’ll arrive in Medias. Visit of the old centre: St. Margaret’s EvangelicalChurch, the house of Stephan Ludwig Roth. Visit of the most important fortified church of Transylvania in Biertan, that hosts the largest wing altar in Romania, listed by UNESCO as part of the World Cultural Heritage. Arrival in Sighisoara considered to be the best preserved medieval inhabited town of Europe. It’s the birth town of Prince Vlad the Impaler known as Dracula. Afternoon well drive  to Praid salt mine which is situated at 10 km away from Sovata resort in the Harghita District, Praid Saline is one of the biggest salt mines from the country and even Europe.Wine taste  with Coldplateu.In the late afternoon well drive to Sibiel (booth brook), for seeing one of the famous Glass Iconsmuseum. Dinner with the mountain farmers in Sibiel. Go back to Sibiu. Overnight stay in Sibiu -4*

Day 4 Sibiu –Cluj Napoca-Baia Mare-cca 320 km

Breakfast. During morning we explore the medieval center of Sibiu: Sibiuwas always a spiritual and economic center of the German minority inRomania. We visit the three most important ones in the town, the Protestant, Orthodox and Catholic church. In the Old Town, the Big and Small Ring as well as the Liar's Bridge will be visited.  The inspection of the Bruckental museum with it's art is in our program, also it's one of the oldest in S-E Europe.  * Afterwards a journey to Cluj Napoca city , an important Transylvanian centre with a rich history and beautiful medieval buildings. Here the group will visit St. Michael`s Cathedral (which is often compared with Sf. Stephan`s Cathedral from Vienna) from the old part of the town. Nearby the tourists will be able to see the statue of the Hungarian King Mathias Corvinus. In the late afternoon well drive to Baia Mare. Dinner and accommodation in Baia Mare *-4* Hotel

Day 5.Baia Mare– Sapinta  - Radauti-320 km

Breakfast . After the breakfast, the group goes in the village of Sapanta,  which is situated in the Carpathians, where they will visit the “MerryCemetery”. Here lays a large cementery, generally full of blue coloredwood, where all the funeral stones are inscripted with merry words, happy faces, which are talking about the deceaseds lives, about their occupations, their families, etc. On the way, the group will continue the journey, visiting the well-known wood churches from Ieud (Bogdan Voda, Rozalvea,Birsana), which are identical to the staff churches from Norway. In the afternoon, the group will cross the Prislop Pass, in order to reach Cimpulung Moldovenesc.Visit at the Monastery Moldovita.Dinner and accommodation in Radauti-4*

Day 6.Radauti-Sucevita-Voronet-Gura Humorului-P.Neamt-Brasov-cca 440 km

Breakfast.Further you see Sucevita, the latest one of the five big monasterys of Bucovina, with painted facades from 1596. In the end you visit Voronet, also known as the „Sistine Chapel of the East". It owns the most impressive outside fresces of the Moldaviamonasterys. The prevailing colour is an amusing blue which is known as „Blue of Voronet“. The west facade consists of a representation of the Last Judgement Then, the group will go and see the artificial lake Bicaz and after they ll travel through the Bicaz Gorge and they’ll admire the Red Lake. Afterwards, they will visit one of the Church Castles Prejmer or Harman. In the afternoon, they will drive to Brasov, where in the old part of the town they will visit the Black Church – the largest gothical church in Eastern Europe. Here are exposed a lot of valuable Turkish Carpets. The Old City Hall is visited. Dinner and overnight stay in Poiana Brasov/Brasov-4* Hotel.

Day 7:Poiana  Brasov – Bran – Sinaia – BucharestConstanta cca 440 km.

After breakfast, walking tour in the old centre in Brasov: BlackChurch, the Old City Hall Town Square.Visit of the BranCastle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. Departure to Sinaia and visit of the PelesCastle, former summer residence of the Romanian royal family.Visit of the Sinaia Monastery . Well visit also  the Village Museum Well continue our trip to Constanta Dinner in a Restaurant in the ancient Downtown of Constanta and  accommodation in Constanta Region in a-4* Hotel

Day 8:ConstantaConstantaAirport cca.40 km

Breakfast After a short tour through Constanta- well stop near the Archeological Museum and Mosaic-where well do some shoppings and afterthen well be transferred  to the Constanta airport. 

Transilvania Castles & Bucovina Monasteries

Day 1 – Arrival in Bucharest.

Transfer to your hotel  in the capital of the country. Dinner and accommodation in Hotel 3*

Day 2 – Bucharest – Brasov cca 200 km

Breakfast. Departure to Brasov (a beautiful, unique city of Transylvania). Your first visit of the day will be the Peles Castle in Sinaia, former summer residence of King Carol I. After a short drive you’ll arrive at the Bran Castle, also known as Dracula Castle, built at the end of the 14th century by the merchants of Brasov to protect the border between Transylvania and Walachia. From there you’ll be driven to Brasov. Free time at your disposal, enjoy the charm of this town. Dinner and accommodation in Poiana Brasov in Hotel 3*

Day 3 – Poiana Brasov – Miercurea Ciuc – Piatra Neamt cca.270 km

Brreakfast After breakfast city tour of Brasov, including the visit of the Black Church. In the afternoon departure for Piatra Neamt. Photo stops at the Red Lake and in the spectacular Gorges of Bicaz. Dinner and accommodation in Piatra Neamt in Hotel 3*

Day 4 – Piatra Neamt – Bistrita cca.250 km
Breakfast. Departure towards Bucovina. Visit of the Moldovita monastery, belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage. Lunch. Visit of the famous monastery of Voronet, known as “the Sistine Chapel of the Orient”. Departure towards Bistrita, driving through the mysterious Borgo Pass..Photostop in Piatra Fintinele the place which inspired Bram Stocker when he wrote the story about Dracula Dinner and accommodation in Bistrita in Hotel 3*
Day 5 – Bistrita – Targu Mures – Sighisoara – Sibiu cca. 260 km
Breakfast After breakfast departure towards Sibiu, passing through Targu Mures. Arrival in Sighisoara. Visit of the medieval citadel, birthplace of Vlad the Impaler – “Dracula”. A short walking tour in this charming fortified town. In the afternoon visit of the best preserved fortified church of Transylvania – Biertan, former residence of the Lutheran Bishop of Transylvania.In the late afternoon well drive to Sibiu(Hermannstadt) Dinner at the farmers in Sibiel.Accomodation in Sibiu in Hotel 3*
Day 6 – Sibiu – Curtea de Arges – Bucharest cca. 300 km
Breakfast. A morning walking tour in Sibiu, one of the oldest towns in Transylvania – (the Main Square, the Lyer’s Bridge). Drive along the beautiful Olt Valley, the place where the Olt River emerges from between the Middle Carpathians. Visit of the Cozia monastery, a historical and spiritual landmark. Arrival in Curtea de Arges, the first capital of Wallachia. Visit of the Episcopal Church where the Romanian Kings and Queens are burried . In the late afternoon drive to Bucharest. Dinner and accommodation in Hotel 3*
Day 7 – Bucharest Sightseeingtour
Breakfast. Sightseeing tour of Bucharest, capital of Romania, called “Little Paris”: visit of the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest building in the whole world after the Pentagon, the Patriarchal Church and the Village Museum. Free time at your disposal in the center of Bucharest. Dinner in Downtown and accommodation in Hotel 3*
Day 8 – Bucharest – Airport – Bucharest
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for the return flight.

 

Transilvania Citadels & Bukovina Monasteries

Day 1: Arrival to Bucharest (Airport-Hotel-30 km)

Arrival on the international airport of Bucharest. Meet your guide and transfer to hotel. Shortsightseeingstour in Bucharest by night Dinner and accommodation in a 4* Hotel

Day 2: Bucharest – Curtea de Arges-Sibiu  cca.380 km

Breakfast Sightseeing tour of Bucharest city centre, a perfect occasion to enjoy the dynamic life of our capital: Visit of the ParlamentBuilding, the PatriarchalChurch. Departure to Curtea de Arges, for a visit to the legendary BishopChurch built by Manole where the Romanian Kings and Queens are buried. On their way, to Sibiu they will make a short stop at the Cozia Monastery(from the 15thcentury), which in one of the oldest monasteries in Romania.During the late afternoon  we explore the medieval center of Sibiu: Sibiuwas always a spiritual and economic center of the German minority inRomania. We visit the three most important ones in the town, the Protestant, Orthodox and Catholic church. In the Old Town, the Big and Small Ring as well as the Liar's Bridge will be visited. Dinner and overnight accommodation in Sibiu-4* 

Day 3: Sibiu – Medias – Sighisoara – Praid-Sibiu  cca.380 km

Breakfast.Admiring the beautiful landscapes of Transylvania, we’ll arrive in Medias. Visit of the old centre: St. Margaret’s EvangelicalChurch, the house of Stephan Ludwig Roth. Visit of the most important fortified church of Transylvania in Biertan, that hosts the largest wing altar in Romania, listed by UNESCO as part of the World Cultural Heritage. Arrival in Sighisoara considered to be the best preserved medieval inhabited town of Europe. It’s the birth town of Prince Vlad the Impaler known as Dracula. Afternoon well drive  to Praid salt mine which is situated at 10 km away from Sovata resort in the Harghita District, Praid Saline is one of the biggest salt mines from the country and even Europe.Wine taste  with Coldplateu.In the late afternoon well drive to Sibiel (booth brook), for seeing one of the famous Glass Iconsmuseum. Dinner with the mountain farmers in Sibiel.Overnight stay in Sibiu -4*

Day 4 Sibiu –Cluj Napoca-Baia Mare-cca 320 km

Breakfast.  Afterwards a journey to Cluj Napoca city , an important Transylvanian centre with a rich history and beautiful medieval buildings. Here the group will visit St. Michael`s Cathedral (which is often compared with Sf. Stephan`s Cathedral from Vienna) from the old part of the town. Nearby the tourists will be able to see the statue of the Hungarian King Mathias Corvinus. After the breakfast, the group goes in the village of Sapanta,  which is situated in the Carpathians, where they will visit the “MerryCemetery”. Here lays a large cementery, generally full of blue coloredwood, where all the funeral stones are inscripted with merry words, happy faces, which are talking about the deceaseds lives, about their occupations, their families, etc. On the way, the group will continue the journey, visiting the well-known wood churches from Ieud (Bogdan Voda, Rozalvea,Birsana), which are identical to the staff churches from Norway. In the evening well drive to Baia Mare. Dinner and accommodation in Baia Mare *-4*

Day 5.Baia Mare– Sapinta  - Cimpulung Moldovenesc-Piatra Neamt-410 km

Breakfast .  In the morning, the group will cross the Prislop Pass, in order to reach Cimpulung Moldovenesc.Visit at the Monastery Moldovita. Further you see Sucevita, the latest one of the five big monasterys of Bucovina, with painted facades from 1596. In the end you visit Voronet, also known as the „Sistine Chapel of the East". It owns the most impressive outside fresces of the Moldaviamonasterys. The prevailing colour is an amusing blue which is known as „Blue of Voronet“. The west facade consists of a representation of the Last Judgement..Then, the group will go to Piatra Neamt.Dinner and accommodation in Hotel-3*

Day 6.Piatra Neamt-Brasov-cca 280 km

Breakfast.In the the group will go and see the artificial lake Bicaz and after they ll travel through the Bicaz Gorge and they’ll admire the Red Lake. Afterwards, they will visit one of the Church Castles Prejmer or Harman. In the afternoon, they will drive to Brasov, where in the old part of the town they will visit the Black Church – the largest gothical church in Eastern Europe. Here are exposed a lot of valuable Turkish Carpets. The Old City Hall is visited. Dinner and overnight stay in Poiana Brasov/Brasov-4* Hotel.

Day 7:Poiana  Brasov – Bran – Sinaia – Bucharest-cca 340 km.

After breakfast, walking tour in the old centre in Brasov: BlackChurch, the Old City Hall Town Square.Visit of the BranCastle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. Departure to Sinaia and visit of the PelesCastle, former summer residence of the Romanian royal family.Visit of the Sinaia Monastery.Leaving Transylvania, our next stop will be in Targoviste, old capital of Walachia. Dinner in a Restaurant in the ancient Downtown of Bucharest and accommodation in Bucharest-4* Hotel

Day 8: Bucharest –Airport cca.30 km

Breakfast After a short tour through Bucharest-(well visit also  the Village Museum) well stop near the Atheneum-where well do some shoppings and afterthen well be transferred  to the airport. 

Winetour in Romania

Day 1: Bucharest – Constanta / Mamaia –cca 250 km.  

Breakfast.Arrival on the international airport in Bucharest. Departure to the Black Sea Coast. Dinner and accommodation in Mamaia in Hotel 3*

Day 2: Mamaia – Constanta – Tulcea cca.160 km
Breakfast.In the morning, you will spend your time on the beach of fine sand gently sloping under the waters of the sea. Lunch and wine tasting in Murfatlar, the most important vinification complex of Romania. A panoramic sightseeing tour of Constanta, with a stop in the port – the biggest in our country and in the South East Europe, departure towards Tulcea, the gate to the Danube Delta - the paradise of birds. Dinner and accommodation in Tulcea in Hotel 3*.
Day 3: Tulcea – Niculitel – Tulcea cca.80 km
Breakfast.A morning dedicated to the unique landscapes of the Danube Delta. You’ll spend about 6 hours on a ship admiring the wild nature: typical lunch on board. Dinner and wine tasting in Niculitel, another very important vinification complex of the Dobrogea province.Dinner and accommodation in Tulcea in Hotel 3*
Day 4: Tulcea - Galati – Iasi .cca 380 km
Breakfast.Departure to Iasi the former capital of Moldova. You’ll ferry across the Danube by Galati. Stop near Husi and visit of a small but specal vineyard. It’s here that the well known wine “Busuioaca de Bohotin” is produced. Dinner and accommodation in Iasi in Hotel 3*
Day 5: Iasi – Cotnari – Suceava cca 120 km
In the morning walking tour of the city admiring the unique Three Hierarchs Church, (built in 1639, on it’s outside walls there are 30 registers, each one containing an individual pattern), the Palace of Culture (in the central tower there is a clock with a carillon that plays a well known Romanian song: “Hora Unirii”), the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Galata Monastery. Lunch and wine tasting in Cotnari, one of the oldest vineyards, mentioned for the first time in 1438. You’ll taste the most popular brand “Grasa de Cotnari”. Dinner and accommodation in Suceava in Hotel 3*
Day 6: Suceava-Voronet-Humor – Targu Neamt – Piatra Neamt cca 140 km
Breakfast. In the morning visit of the Monasteries-Voronet(“the Sistine Chapel of Eastern Europe”) and Humor near Gura Humorului.Departure towards Piatra Neamt, stops for visiting the Varatec and Agapia Monasteries and their museums presenting old icons and manuscripts. Dinner and accommodation in Piatra Neamt in Hotel
Day 7: Piatra Neamt – Focsani – Buzau cca 280 km
Breakfast .Drive to Focsani, the capital of the Romanian wine. Visit of two of the most important vineyards: Panciu and Odobesti. Wine tasting: among other brands you’ll taste red Romanian wines like “Babeasca” and “Feteasca” and the Romanian “Champagne” produced in Panciu. Dinner and accommodation in Buzau area in Hotel 3*
Day 8: Buzau – Ploiesti – Bucharest cca140 km  
Breakfast. After breakfast, visit of two vineyards (Pietroasa and Dealu Mare) and wine tasting. We’ll arrive in the afternoon in Bucharest, capital of Romania. A short sightseeing tour : the Old Princely Court, the Village Museum the Patriarchal Cathedral, the Palace of the Parliament. Dinner in Downtown.Accommodation in Bucharest in 3Hotel 
Day 9 Bucharest 
Breakfast.Transfer to the airport for the return flight.

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