Tour Bulgaria-Romania-Serbia

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Itinerary - Bulgaria - Romania - Serbia Tour 

 
Day 1: Sofia
Arrival at the Sofia Airport. Meet and greet by our guide. Private transfer to the hotel, accommodation and overnight.
 
Day 2: Sofia
After breakfast, we will have tour of the Bulgarian Capital. We will visit the historical centre: Alexander Nevski Cathedral, the National Theatre, the Archaeological Museum, St.George Church, Roman ruins and Medieval settlements. Afternoon walk to Boyana Church and free time for shopping. Overnight in Sofia.
 
Day 3: Sofia - Plovdiv
Breakfast. Today we will proceed to the second biggest city in Bulgaria, Plovdiv. City tour, including visit of The Old Town and Roman Theatre. In the afternoon - visit of the impressive Bachkovo monastery, the second biggest monastery in Bulgaria. Back to Plovdiv. Accommodation in hotel and overnight.
                                                                                                                     
Day 4: Plovdiv – Kazanluk
Breakfast. After that, we will proceed to Kazanluk - the valley of the roses. Sightseeing tour of the city, visiting the house of the roses, the Thracian tomb and the Shipka monastery complex dedicated to the liberators of Bulgaria. Whole day exploring the Rose valley and and visit of an old authentic distilery factory. Accommodation in hotel and overnight in Kazanluk.
 
Day 5: Kazanluk – Pomorie – Nessebar – Varna
After breakfast, we will proceed to Pomorie and Nessebar. We’ll visit the Museum of Salt, reserve the Old Pomorie houses and the Pomorian lake. Touring in Nessebar: visit the Old town, The fortress Mesembria and other basilics. In the afternoon, we’ll depart to Varna for overnight.
 
Day 6: Varna – Balchik
Breakfast. City tour of Varna, visit of Aladja monastery and after that proceed to Balchik for a visit of the botanical garden and the Architectural and Park Complex the Palace, which was the residence of the Romanian Queen. Free time. Overnight in Balchik.
 
Day 7: Balchik – Bucharest
Breakfast. Today we will head to Romanian Capital. City tour of Bucharest, including Free Press Square, Arch of Triumph, Victory Square and Avenue, Royal Palace, Revolution Square, a visit to the Village Museum, one of the most impressive open-air museums in Europe and the Palace of Parliament. Next, you will have free time in the Old Town. Overnight in Bucharest.
 
Day 8: Bucharest - Sinaia – Bran – Brasov
After breakfast, departure for Sinaia. City tour of Sinaia and visit to the Peles castle, which served as a residence for the Royal family. From Sinaia we will drive to Bran Castle, famous as Dracula’s castle. After all the sightseeing today we will continue to Brasov, one of the most important medieval handcraft center in Romania. Free evening. Overnight in Brasov.
 
Day 9: Brasov
Breakfast. Today we’ll have a city tour of Brasov and the Old town. Highlights of the tour are the Black Church, the Council Square, the Hirsher House, the many old Saxon houses, and the White and Black Towers. Rest of the day is free. Overnight in Brasov.
 
Day 10: Brasov – Sighisoara – Sibiu
Breakfast. City tour of Old Town of Sighisoara with cobbled streets, including the Clock Tower, Church on the Hill and Dracula`s house where Vlad Tepes was born in 1431. The next stop is Sibiu, the largest and wealthiest of the walled cities built by the Saxons in the 12th century. Walking tour to the old surrounding defense walls, the remaining towers, the Brukenthal Museum and The Evangelical Cathedral. Overnight in Sibiu.
 
Day 11: Sibiu – Hunedoara – Timisoara
After breakfast, we will proceed to Hunedoara region to visit the Corvin Castle, a Gothic-Renaissance castle. Continue with Timisoara, known as The City of Flowers. Visit of the Victory Square, The Capitoline Wolf Statue, Unirii Square, Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, Roman Catholic Dome, Fabric Synagogue, Theresia Bastion, Huniade Castle and Capitoline Wolf Statue. Overnight in Timisoara.
 
Day 12: Timisoara – Novi Sad
Breakfast. Our tour continues with the 2021 European Capital of Culture, Novi Sad. Sightseeing tour around the city. Walk around the city’s pedestrian zone, the City Hall, a Catholic church, the old city centre, the former house of Albert Einstein’s wife Mileva, the cultural foundation Matica Srpska and a synagogue. Accommodation in hotel and overnight.
 
Day 13: Novi Sad – Belgrade
After breakfast, tour around Belgrade. Start the tour visiting the Museum of Yugoslav History, the Temple of Saint Sava, Belgrade’s patron saint. We’ll continue with Slavija Square, to Saint Mark’s Church, the Serbian National Parliament and White Palace, and on to Republic Square. Free time for shopping. Overnight in Belgrade.
 
Day 14: Belgrade departure
Free time after breakfast. Transfer to the Belgrade airport. End of our services.
 

Rates for Bulgaria - Romania - Serbia 2020

  2 pax 4 pax  6 pax
3* Hotels 1 670 euro  1 140 euro  920 euro
4* Hotels 1 740 euro 1 110 euro 1 000 euro
5* Hotels 1 970 euro 1 440 euro 1 220 euro
 

What is included in Bulgaria - Romania - Serbia Tour?

Price is per person
- 13 x hotel accommodations
- BB board, private tour with personal guide/driver
- transport with air-conditioned modern car or mini-van
- road taxes and parking

What is excluded from Bulgaria - Romania - Serbia Tour?

- tipping (no fixed amount)
- personal expenses
- entrance fees

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