City, Day Trip / Out of Town, Museums / Culture, Shore Excursion
Kid Friendly: Yes.
You must be able to get in and out of the car
Maximum travelers: 5
Spanish (basic), Romanian (fluent), English (fluent)
See Constanta and/or Bucharest with a Private Tour Guide
This tour will introduce you to the history and beauty of two main cities in Romania: Constanta, the pearl of Romanian seashore and Bucharest, the Capital city of Romania.
In Constanta, the unique fact is that you will find within 300sqm area, a mosque, an Orthodox church, and a Catholic church. You will also meet Ovidiu, well. . . his statue. . . a known Roman poet exiled in Constanta by his Emperor, Cezar August.
In Bucharest, the main attraction is People's Palace, then the Village Museum and the old city center.
As we seek your enjoyment while visiting Romania, any of your suggestions for sites are welcomed and considered
This tour can be either a tour to Bucharest OR a tour to Constanta old Center and Mamaia. For Bucharest we will see the old city center, People's palace and Peasant museum. For Constanta, we will see the Casino building, city center, museum, acquarium, Mosque and orthodox cathedral, as well as Roman ruins and walking on the shore. In Mamaia, spending time on the shore, possible cable cart tour over the city and dolphinarium
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Constanta port - Passenger Terminal
Giurgiu port - Passenger Terminal
End location: Constanta Port - Passenger Terminal
Hotel or as instructed by customers
Duration: 8 hours
If your choice for touring is Bucharest, duration is 8 hours
If your choice for touring is Constanta shore, duration is 7 hours
Transportation with private vehicle, VW Sharan 2011, luxury, 6 seater, climatronic 2 areas, gps, panoramic top.
- Transportation with private vehicle, VW Sharan 2012, modern, 6 seater,
- Professional translator and guiding services.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 LEI - Your entrance fees: 25Lei at Parliament Palace, 10Lei at the Village Museum, Museums in Constanta 30Lei
meals, entry fees in museum
I do not have license to give tours inside National Museums