Combined Tours Of Romania And Bulgaria


Romania and Bulgaria ToursTour Romania and Bulgaria. These neighbouring countries are perfect to combine for one great tour of Eastern Europe. Romania and Bulgaria both hold interesting tourism sights, ranging from medieval towns, castles, UNESCO monuments and coastal towns. Along the way discover the unique cultures of the various distinct regions and the beautiful nature of the countryside. With the option of starting in Bucharest or Sofia you can continue your grand tour of Eastern Europe. In each country you will have a private tour guide with expertise in the local regions. On this edition of East Adventures Newsletter we will explain the possibilities of combining tours of Romania and Bulgaria.

If exploring medieval towns and castles is your passions; Romania and Bulgaria have many historical sights from the middle ages. On 10 day guided tour start with the historical Transylvania tour then onto discover ancient Bulgaria. Visit such medieval towns as Sighisoara - Dracula's birthplace, Sibiu - great Saxon town, Brasov - historical centre of Romania, Plovdiv and Veliko Turnovo - ancient capital of Bulgaria. Stopping as well at some the amazing fortress the Balkans; Bran Castle "Dracula's Castle", Hunedoara Castle, Biertan Fortified Church and the Rila Monastery in the mountains.

For those with a bit more time you can enjoy an extensive tour of Romania and Bulgaria visiting sights included on the UNESCO World Heritage list. In Romania your private guide will take you to the northern part of the country to tour the regions of Bucovina - known for its painted Monasteries ; and Maramures - famed for its Wooden Churches. These regions are steeped in history and cultural where you can have a chance to see the rural lifestyle which has changed very little in the past 100 years. Also the tour will go to the historical Transylvania. Then onto Bulgaria to tour its UNESCO monuments. Starting with the Ivanovo Rock Monasteries, one of the largest Rock Monasteries in Europe. On the itinerary we will also visit the Thracian tombs of Sveshtari and Kazanlak, the stunning museum city of Nessebar, Rila Monastery, and Boyana Church, located on the foot of the Vistosha Mountains.

If your time is limited you can also take a quick glance tour of Romania and Bulgaria. This is perfect for those who want to take a grand tour of Europe taking a short time in each country visiting the most popular sights. With a short break in Transylvania on the Trail of Dracula, then another short tour of Classic Bulgaria.

These tours can also start from Budapest if it is more convenient for you. Contact your Eastern Europe Tour experts soon and start planning your combined tour of Romania and Bulgaria.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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