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The Black Sea coast is a vital region of Romania, and during the Black Sea & Danube Delta Tour, you will understand why. Here, old ruins are whispering long gone stories about ancient Greek and Roman colonists who populated over 2 000 years ago, the West shore of the Black Sea.
In Constanta, you will travel back in time and find out more about these colonists.
The trip’s primary attraction is Danube Delta, the second-largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga and the best preserved on the continent. It represents a natural treasure included on the UNESCO World Heritage list, with unique landscape, fauna, and flora. All these in just two days!
Private tour by AC car/minibus
May 1st – Sep 3oth
Tuesday – Sunday
Pickup & drop-off at your address in Bucharest
English (other languages available on request for an additional fee)
The Black Sea & Danube Delta Tour starts with a pickup from your hotel at 08:00 am and drive to Constanta, the oldest city on the Romanian territory (657 BC). In the area, a Greek colony called Tomis was founded. Later on, the Romans have conquered the Greek settlements and renamed them Constantiana, after the sister of the Roman Emperor Constantin the Great. Nowadays, Constanta became the largest harbor at the Black Sea and the fourth largest commercial harbor in Europe. In the Old Town you will visit: The Museum of History & Archeology, The Roman Edifice with mosaic (the largest mosaic from the Roman Empire), the statue representing Publius Ovidius Naso, The Muslim Mosque built by the first king of Romania, Carol Ist as an homage to the local Muslim community (going up in the Minaret Tower you can have a splendid panoramic view of the whole city of Constanta), The Orthodox Cathedral dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul (monument of Byzantine architectural style), The Aquarium Constanta, the first public aquarium in Romania, and the Genoese lighthouse first built in the 13th century, and rebuilt in the present shape in 1858-1860.
Lunch in Constanta followed by a drive to Tulcea.
Tulcea is known as “The gate to the Danube Delta.” The city’s Greek ancient name was Aegyssus, dating from the 8th century B.C. and later conquered by the Roman Empire. After a walk on the harbor’s promenade, you will check into your hotel for dinner & accommodation.
Breakfast in the morning at the hotel.
Today, you will go deeper into Danube Delta on a boat tour, the major attraction of the day.
Danube Delta is unique in the world, and it is the largest delta of a river in Europe. Here there are 327 species of birds, 133 species of fish, and typical vegetation of wetlands. Thanks to all these natural riches, The Danube Delta was classified as part of UNESCO world heritage in 1991.
During the tour boat, you will see one of Europe’s most beautiful places, including outstanding and typical landscapes (water lands) and many birds as pelicans, cormorants, egrets, herons, swans, etc.
After the boat tour, you will enjoy lunch and then prepare to leave Danube Delta’s natural lands and head back to Bucharest.
Drop off at your hotel and end of the tour.
At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place. If the minimum number of people is not reached, you will be offered an alternative date or a full refund.
Of course. The total amount will be blocked on your card and either charged if we can confirm the tour on your date or rejected if we cannot confirm the tour for your date.