Bucharest & Danube Delta


– 5 days from $1150 per person –




Day 1 Bucharest – arrival

Arrival at Bucharest Airport and transfer to your hotel. Check-in and installation at the hotel. In the afternoon, short city tour of Bucharest, with the visit of the Old Town (attractions in the Lipscani/Historical Centre: Manuc’s Inn, the ruins of the Old Court, former Vlad Dracul’s Palace), Victoriei Boulevard with the Romanian Atheneum – the capital cultural landmark, the Royal Palace, the Cantacuzino Palace, Kretzulescu church, Stavropoleos church.
In the evening a traditional Romanian restaurant will be the place where you will enjoy the Romanian hospitality. Overnight in Bucharest

Day 2 Bucharest – Danube Delta

Transfer into the Dobruja region (situated between the Danube River and the Black Sea) to Tulcea, an important and ancient harbor, with Byzantine, Genovese, and Ottoman influences, considered to be the entry gate in the Danube Delta.
Leaving Tulcea you will be guided to the selected hotel (by bus/car/boat) in the Danube Delta.

Danube Delta, a World Cultural and Natural Heritage site, a UNESCO protected area is one of Romania’s leading tourism attractions and offers a completely different experience, compared with other European regions, for its travelers.

You will have the opportunity to enjoy the tours in the Danube Delta: fishing expeditions, bird watching, itinerant tourism, discovery tourism, specialized trips, scientific trips, youth programs tourism, rural tourism, ecotourism, rest & relax tourism, kayak tours.
Dinner and accommodation
Day 3 Danube Delta

One full day dedicated to the Danube Delta, includes a 3-4 hours boating on the waterways, and lakes.

The Danube Delta a sanctuary for birds, fish, and animals, is the third largest biodiversity in the world (over 5.500 flora & fauna species) spreading over 5.050 km2 of marshes, canals, reed islets and lakes.
A true bird watchers and fishermen’s paradise, the Danube Delta is sheltering spectacular wildlife highlights. The huge reservation hosts over 300 species of migratory and year-round birds, a density unmatched anywhere else in the world.
Its lakes and marshes are home for 45 freshwater fish species. Many of the fish species found in the Danube Delta have a significant economic value: European sturgeon, Danube sturgeon, starry sturgeon and starlet – bearers of caviar.

The Danube Delta shows the well preserved spirit of the locals (Lipovans), with the specific fisheries (“cherhanale”) and houses covered with reed roofs, and their traditions: fishing, bee keeping, gardening and cattle raising, craftsmanship.

The local gastronomy will charm the tourists with the original fish dishes (fish broth, stuffed fish, brines, fish meatballs, fish egg/roe salad, seafood – the best in Romania).

Dinner and accommodation

Day 4 Danube Delta – Bucharest

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning at leisure. In the afternoon, departure for Bucharest.
Arrival and check-in at the hotel.
Farewell dinner in a beautiful historic restaurant: The Beer Wagon (Caru’ cu Bere).
Overnight in Bucharest.

Day 5 Bucharest – departure

After breakfast, transfer to the “Henri Coanda” Airport Bucharest.


Arrival transfer and departure transfers to/ from Bucharest Airport
Transport by air-conditioned car (for 2 pax) / minivan / minibus or coach according to the above itinerary
English/French speaking guide at disposal for the whole tour (for 2 pax the driver is the guide as well)
Accommodation in double occupancy, in 3* & 4* hotels
Half board starting with dinner on Day 1 and ending with breakfast on the last day


International flight from Canada
Personal expenses
Entrance fees to various sites, except the ones mentioned in ” Included”
Beverages and other meals not mentioned above
Everything that is not mentioned in the paragraph “Included”

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