October 23, 2015
The Big Romania Wine Tour
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Arrival in Bucharest, departure to the Black Sea coast. Dinner and accommodation in Constanta or Eforie Nord, one of the seaside summer resorts.
Bucharest and its eclectic mix of architecture style has a secret charm
Morning at leisure (you might have a sun bath, or just relax). Lunch with wine tasting at Murfatlar – in the biggest vineyard of Romania. In the afternoon visit to Constanta and Tulcea the city at the entrance of Danube Delta. Dinner and accommodation.
6-hour Danube Delta Tour, with lunch on board. Dinner and wine tasting at Niculitel the second largest vineyard of Dobrodgea. Special here are the Romanian red wines(”Feteasca”and”Babeasca”) of Niculitel
Wine tasting are important on this tour, but bear in mind that is also a Romanian Culture Tour , the people who are not so fond of wine will be also able to find interesting things to do and learn!
Departure to Iasi. We cross the Danube at Galati and we arrive late in the afternoon in Iasi, the capital of Moldavia after visiting the small but exceptional winemaker of Husi (the famous wine – ”Busuioaca de Bohotin”) Tis was one of the favorite wines of the former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.. Dinner and wine tasting at Bucium, one of the largest winemakers of Moldavia.
What about dinner in a monastery with wine made by the monks and their blessing for the rest of our tour? Morning at leisure, or a visit to Iasi to see the Mitropolitan Cathedral, Culture Palace and Golia monastery. Lunch and wine tasting at Cotnari, one of the oldest wineries of Romania, where we can find the unique Romanian wine “Grasa de Cotnari”
Departure to Focsani, the center of Romanian wine. Here we will visit a couple of winemakers and have many wine tastings such as: specific in the area “Champagne” of Panciu, the famous wine of Odobesti and others of VINCON – Vrancea
Focsani is not only a Romanian Wine Capital, but also a cultural city.
Today we continue the yesterday program with wine tasting. Lunch and wine tasting at one of the wineries. Diinner and accommodation.
Departure to Brasov, one of the most beautiful medieval cities of Transylvania. Lunch break. We will visit the Dracula Castle and have dinner and wine tasting at “Cerbul Carpatin” with Romanian Folk music.
Departure to Ploiesti over Cheia Gorges to have lunch somewhere on the Romanian wine road, the largest red wine region of Romania: the Prahova area. Visit to the greatest winemaker of this area, inPloiesti. Dinner and accommodation.
The savage Romania is also a highlight during a trip
We visit several wineries of this area (Dealu Mare, Urlati etc.) and late in the afternoon we come to Bucharest. Lunch and wine tasting at Dealu Mare or Urlati wineries. Dinner and accommodation.
Bucharest sightseeing, we visit the Palace of Parliament (former Palace of Socialism during Ceausescu’s dictatorship – second biggest building in the world after the Pentagon). Lunch at a fancy restaurant. Last wine tasting and farewell dinner.
Transfer to airport. Departure. Please, let your air company know that you carry a precious luggage, containing at least 10 bottles of best Romanian wine!
|Region:||Moldavia, Transilvania, Wallachia|
|City:||Bucharest, Constanta, Tulcea,Iasi,Focsani|
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