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Tour of Bucharest (half day)

# Trip

Tour of Bucharest (half day)

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Departure by coach from Giurgiu with your guides to discover the Romanian capital of Bucharest. According to legend, the city was founded by a shepherd named Bucur (which means joy in Romanian). Bucharest has suffered greatly from its communist past but after the year 2000, due to the advent of significant economic growth, the city has modernized. You will start the visit with a panoramic tour of the city giving you an overview of the various monuments of the capital. You will take the coach to the Bucharest Eco-museum*, an authentic village in the city where you will discover the habitats of the different regions of Romania and their handcrafts. The visit will end with a photo stop at The Palace of Parliament, a gigantic neo-classical style marble construction designed by Ceausescu and then you will visit the Orthodox Church. You will leave the city by coach to reach the boat.

Duration : approx. 5:15

  • Comfortable shoes are recommended.
  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Times are approximate.
  • *The Eco-museum is closed on Mondays and replaced by a visit to the Cernica Monastery.


This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises

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Next departure: 04/15/2019


Travel to the heart of Belgium and the Netherlands, an extraordinary cruise with many surprising stops. The city of Arnhem will not fail to surprise you with its reputation in fashion. From the charm of Bruges, the "Venice of the North", to the delightful Keukenhof Gardens and finally the impressive Delta works, embark on an amazing and exciting cruise full of discoveries.

8 Days FROM $ 2,229 PP
Departure 04/15/2019
Arrival 04/22/2019
FROM $ 2,229 PP
Ship : MS Beethoven Ship category : STANDARD

* Price based on double occupancy

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