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Curtea de Argeș is definitely an attraction point in Romania. Not only because of the religious centre defined by the Monastery, but also because of the legend of the building of the Monastery. Turned into a Royal Necropolis in the 19th century, the place became a new point of attraction for Romanians.
The medieval city of Brașov is nonetheless worth a visit. Built by the Germans - the Transilvanian Saxons - it is now one of those cities, whose historical centre has remained preserved. Romanians and Saxons still live together - and a really interesting architectural and cultural mix resulted from that. The most importatnt ski resort of Romania is situated here - and we shall see it also on this tour. We shall walk on the most part of the route there. It is an easy road, but we still need to consider, it is an easy mountain pedestrian road.
Close to Bucharest towards northeast, there is a little, though beautiful castle, on the shores of a beautiful lake, surrounded by parks. The nearest, Mogoşoaia, is built at the beginning of the 18th century, during a Renaissance of the arts in the Southern province of Romania. Built as a manor house between the then two most important cities - Bucharest and Târgovişte - under the reigning Prince Constantin Brâncoveanu, Mogoşoaia reminds of both the Venetian and the Turkish style. Together with the Southern Romanian popular style, these influences lead to the formation of the classical Southern Romanian style, which has been given the name Brâncoveanu's. How the elegant castle, decorated with wonderful stonemasonry, did survive all the wars, robberies, and destroying of the last two centuries, tells us our tour leader. Not only the Art Exhibition within the castle is interesting, but also the practical way Romanians disposed of the horrors of recent history
We shall meet at 7.00 am at the North Railway Station at the Information Desk to depart by train to Târgoviște. The town is important in the Romanian history - at the beginning it was the second capital city of Valahia, then it played an important role at the Romanian Revolution in 1989. Those two places we intend to visit. Optional, we shall visit the Police Museum. With a lunch break - each of us has the opportunity to eat and/or drink on an individual basis. Return to Bucharest, we shall arrive by train at 18.54.
Your Unhealthy Food Tour of Bucharest is a harmonious blend of old and new, food and beverages, history and architecture. It starts with a snack: “The taste of communism” – Romanian Pretzel and Sana Yoghurt – because under communism, this is how you could get over a healthy breakfast on your way to work. Considering we are not going to work, we can get immersed in the local history by visual checking the surroundings of our meeting point – Lupa Capitolina Monument.
Just around two hours from Bucharest by train, we shall visit one of the most deepst salt mines of Romania. The Salt Museum shall present the history of the salt mine in Slănic.
On this tour, we shall go by train to the most popular vacation resort of Romanians - there, where also the Romanian kings built their summer residences. The tour is centered upon the most interesting places in Sinaia, as the Palaces (Peleș and Pelișor), the monastery and the Casino. Our schedule of the day: Meeting time: 6.30 am at the information desk of the North Railway Station in Bucharest Departure time from Bucharest: 7.00 am by train to Sinaia Arrival in Sinaia: 8.31 am Visits and breaks Departure time from Sinaia: 18.04 from the railway station in Sinaia Arrival back in Bucharest: 19.42
One of the ancient greek colonies at the Black Sea, we shall learn some its legends. Now, as it was at that time,it is the biggest port of the Black Sea. We shall visit the Roman mosaic, the biggest found so far in the Roman World. Further, the Big mosque and the Aquqrium with the Casino. Furthermore, some free time to spend on your own at the beach and in Constanța downtown available.
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What are the best Rail Tours in Bucharest?
The best Rail Tours in Bucharest according to Viator travelers are:
- Monastery of Curtea de Argeș (by train from Bucharest)
- Day Trip to Brașov and Poiana Brașov by Train from Bucharest
- Half-day tour to the Mogoșoaia Palace by train from Bucharest
- Day excursion by train to Târgoviște
- Discover the Taste of Romanian Food - Bucharest
What Rail Tours in Bucharest are good for avoiding crowds?
- Arcul de Triumf (Arch of Triumph)
- Museum of Senses Bucharest
- Holocaust Memorial
- CEC Palace (Palatul CEC)
- George Enescu National Museum (Cantacuzino Palace)
- Great Synagogue (Sinagoga Mare)
- Bucharest Jewish History Museum
- Romanian Peasant Museum (Muzeul National al Taranului Roman)
- Choral Temple (Templul Coral)
- Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse (Macca-Villacrosse Passage)
- Romanian Athenaeum (Ateneul Roman)
- National Museum of Romanian History (Muzeul National de Istorie a Romaniei)
- Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History
- National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei)
- Patriarchal Cathedral (Metropolitan Church)
- Stavropoleos Monastery (Manastirea Stavropoleos)
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