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A.Pushkin sites in Moldova

A.Pushkin sites in Moldova


The Great Russian poet A. Pushkin was exiled 
during 1820-1823 to Bessarabia, southern region of Russian Empire. The excerpt from the poet’ poem “To Ovid” is inscribed on A. Pushkin monument in the public park of Chisinau. Exactly from here we’ll starting your journey to those places where the poet lived and got his inspiration. 

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A Special Cultural Weekend, blessed with wine in Iasi

A Special Cultural Weekend, blessed with wine in Iasi


It is the best choice to spend a great weekend. You’ll enjoy the beauty of the city attractive by its monuments. The heart of the Romanian Orthodoxy beats right here, and you have the chance to see and feel it. Don’t forget you’ll stay in one of the most important wine regions of Romania, and it is a must to taste wines.

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Gypsy Trip Romania & Moldova

Gypsy Trip Romania & Moldova


Come and experience part of the Roma culture. Gypsy culture, often mythologized, finds its roots in this distinguished country. The Gypsies are known as fun loving and exuberant. Gypsy music involves fiddles, guitars and accordions - it can be played anywhere because these instruments are acoustic and portable. 

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Wine trip Moldova & Romania

Wine trip Moldova & Romania

 

In this tour you will meet, feel and taste the wines of one of the famous wine region in Romania, Moldavia. The history was cruel with this region, being splitted after the II World War in two parts; one is the Romanian region of Moldova and the other being the old Bessarabia, now known as Republic of Moldova. 

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Cooking and Cultural Trip to Romania

Cooking and Cultural Trip to Romania


In this tour you will meet, feel and taste the wines of one of the famous wine region in Romania, Moldavia. The history was cruel with this region, being splitted after the II World War in two parts; one is the Romanian region of Moldova and the other being the old Bessarabia, now known as Republic of Moldova. 

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Culture and Wine in the Old Saxon Land

Culture and Wine in the Old Saxon Land


Transylvania had a troubled history. Conquered by the Hungarians in the VIII-IXth century, part of the Ottoman Empire after the battle from Mohacs, it ended as part of Habsburg Empire till 1918. We’ll visit the central and southern part of Transylvania, inhabited by the Saxon and Szeckler colonists.

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Discover Bukovina in another way

Discover Bukovina in another way


In this trip you’ll mix the hiking opportunities with Moldavian traditions and you’ll have the opportunity to see the most beautiful cultural sites of Romania – the painted monasteries from Bucovina part of the world heritage and the UNESCO patrimony. 

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Hilton Weekend break Bucharest

Hilton Weekend break Bucharest

 

You can discover Bucharest by yourself and stay in any hotel of the city or choose the best accommodation in Bucharest – HILTON hotel.

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Tour about Transylvania and Vallachia

Tour about Transylvania and Vallachia


Transylvania had a troubled history. Conquered by the Hungarians in the VIII-IXth century, part of the Ottoman Empire after the battle from Mohacs, it ended as part of Habsburg Empire till 1918. We’ll visit the central and southern part of Transylvania, inhabited by the Saxon and Szeckler colonists. 

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Tour about Translivania

Tour about Translivania


Transylvania is one of the most mysterious regions of Romania. It has a unique history which makes it one of the most interesting places to visit. One can find everything here, from nature to history, culture or tradition (even pre-Christian).

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Vallachia and Danude Delta Tour

Vallachia and Danude Delta Tour

 

You are about to discover the birds paradise of Europe. The Danube Delta is a unique place not only in Europe, but also among other ecosystems due to its biodiversity, its renewable natural resources and its beautiful scenery.

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Behind the Iron Curtain 29th of August - 05th of September 2017

Behind the Iron Curtain 29th of August - 05th of September 2017


You will “enjoy“ a piece of the atmosphere of those times, visit monuments and experience life in one of the last bastions of the communism.
 We will visit old communist monuments in Romania and The Transnistria Republic. 

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Cooking story in Moldova

Cooking story in Moldova


During this tour you'll discover old & traditional Moldovan recipes, learn how to cook the most famous Romanian & Moldovan dishes, such as cabbage rolls with minced meat & many others. 
We will mix cooking art with culture, by visiting the most important & beautiful Moldovan sites. 

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Jewish Heritage Tour and Roots Finding in Moldova

Jewish Heritage Tour and Roots Finding in Moldova

For the first time Kishinev becomes known as a Jewish settlement in the XVIIIth century. According to the census of 1897, the Jewish population of Kishinev was more than 50,000 people, i.e. as high as 46% of the total city population. In 1903, Kishinev suffered the notorious “Kishinev Pogrom” when 49 Jewish people were killed or died of wounds and approximately 500 were injured. 

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 WINE Festival STORY in Moldova 06 – 12 October 2017

WINE Festival STORY in Moldova 06 – 12 October 2017

An old tradition got its formal recognition: when the wine fermentation process is over, the wine producers invite everyone to appreciate the quality and taste of the new wine. It is a great opportunity to try different types of wine, enjoy barbeque, meet people, and to get an unforgettable Moldovan experience. Folk music and dance events are planned in an open-air area, and participants can even engage in the traditional dance “hora”, a group dance symbolizing unity. 

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Monasteries tour in the Republic of Moldova and Transnistria

Monasteries tour in the Republic of Moldova and Transnistria


Despite the fact that 50 years of hard communism destroyed many of the churches and monasteries, some of them survived in better or worse conditions and many have been reopened after country’s independence in 1991. 
Bessarabia – former part of Moldavian Principality, was taken by the Russian Empire first time in 1812, and a strong influence came from Russian Orthodox Church. 

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The STORY of a NON-EXISTING country  01st – 05th of September 2017

The STORY of a NON-EXISTING country 01st – 05th of September 2017


How about celebrating the Independence Day of a non-existing country? Strange, isn’t it? Strange but possibile… Transnistria is a breakaway part of Republic Of Moldova, who has all the necessary things to be a country (government, local currency, National Bank, local car license plates for the cars, flag, police, army, etc.) but except one thing….it is not recognized by nobody except... South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Nagorno Karabah, all sister “countries” being in the same situation.

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Routes to Polish Roots in Romania and Republic of Moldova

Routes to Polish Roots in Romania and Republic of Moldova


Romanian history from the 14th century until the 18th century displays significant influence of the Polish history, in terms of its military, political, administrative, social and cultural presence. 
The history of Poles in Romania is certainly linked to the history of Bucovina, a region in the north of the medieval state of Moldova annexed and named as such in 1775 by the Austrian Empire.

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Discover the orthodox world by living in it 21 July – 26 July 2017

Discover the orthodox world by living in it 21 July – 26 July 2017


Despite the fact that 50 years of hard communism destroyed some of the Romanian churches and monasteries, the fact that Ceausescu in the 80’s had a strong campaign against the church and everything related to it, many of them survived in good or worse conditions and many have been reopened after 1990.

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Wine and Culture trip in Romania and Moldova  02 – 09 October 2017

Wine and Culture trip in Romania and Moldova 02 – 09 October 2017

As our name “CulturalRomTour” states, with us you will experience the best cultural tours in Romania. But the culture of our nation is not just churches, architecture, cities etc., but also people, tradition, music, food and WINES!

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