UA3 Ukraine, Moldova, Romania & BulgariaNEW SEARCH
Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War, Minsk Historic Brest and Brest Fortress Livadia Palace, site of 1945 Yalta Conference Wine tasting near Chisinau, Moldovian capital The "painted monasteries" of Bucovina Bran Castle, mythical home of Dracula Unsurpassed frescoes of Rila Monastery
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Sat 12 Sep 2015||Fri 09 Oct 2015||$7650|
Optional Single Supplement: $1300 (number of singles limited).
Within the borders of Ukraine, we find a land replete with historic and cultural sites of significance, a country that displays astounding diversity in architectural design and a nation whose proud heritage stems from a turbulent history. We visit the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lviv, ancient fortresses and domed cathedrals, underground catacombs and the works of some world-famous architects and engineers, before making our way into enigmatic Moldova. Romania is next and we land in the capital city, Bucharest, known as 'The Paris of the East'. Through medieval towns boasting magnificent castles and world-famous, colourful monasteries, we see for ourselves why this remarkable destination is often considered the most beautiful country in Eastern Europe. We come face-to-face with Romania's unique culture and learn about its heritage as we attend folklore shows with gypsy bands singing and dancing, adorned in traditional garb and we enjoy spectacular sceneries amid the mighty Carpathian Mountains. In the final destination of our tour, Bulgaria, we visit sites dating from the Third and Fourth centuries BC, we learn about life in Bulgaria as it was a century ago with trips to well-preserved 'museum-towns' and gaze in awe at golden-domed cathedrals and the panoramas from fortified hilltop villages.
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