Around Black Sea: Romania Bulgaria Odessa

About Tour

This tour is part of a more long and complex tour around Black Sea. This long tour consist of 3 tours:

  • Odessa - Danube Delta - Romanian black sea coast - Bulgarian Black Sea coast;
  • Turkey Black Sea coast - Georgia Black Sea coast;
  • Abhazia - Soci - Russian Black Sea coast - over the new bridge to Crimeea, and tour of Crimeea.

This yours will have fix date departures, for the next 3 years so anybody can jump in any of these tours every year, and in 3 years one can say I really did the complete tour of Black Sea coast. This tour starts in Odessa, a fantastic city, in Ukraine, drive along the south Ukrainian Black Sea coast, till Romania, where you will enjoy Danube Delta, see how Danube comes into the sea, see the ancient Greek history at Black Sea, and finally enter in Bulgaria and drive to the along the Bulgarian black sea coast, and see Queen Maria’s palace in Balcik, see the greek and roman history at Black Sea, overnight in the beautiful ancient city of Nessebar, visit Burgas, Varna and Sozopol. You will see ancient greek and roman sites (at Histria, Varna, Mangalia, Tomis etc), the medieval city of Nessebar and the beauty of the wild nature in Danube Delta and not only. You will enjoy the wines made in this region, wines which are exceptionally good because of the climate, hot days in summer and cold breeze from the sea during the night.

 

1 st Day

Arrival in Burgas

Included highlights:

  • Arrival in Burgas. Burgas is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the fourth-largest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna. The Burgas port is the largest cargo port in the country. The airport which serves international flights is situated at a distance of 10 km north-east from the city.  
  • Short city tour of Burgas for those who are coming earlier. The cathedral church “St. Cyril and St. Methodius” is also one of the most often visited sites in the city. 
  • Wellcome drinks and dinner in the Hotel.
  • Accommodation in a 4* Hotel.  

Included meals:
  • Dinner

What People Say

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Dear Victoria!

Thank you so much for introducing us to your country, its food & people! We are going home with lots of lovely memories – thanks to your superb organizational skills!

Mulțumesc!

What a wonderful holiday. Everything was well organised and went well.

The guide, Cristina, was excellent, good English and very knowledgeable and keen that we should see every cultural and characteristic aspect of Moldova.

The visit to the Roma "family" was fascinating-not a "family" visit but a meeting with the Roma head of family in his huge house ornate and wealthy and we had a delicious home make cherry juice and had a question and answer session with him. He,Robert, is a relative of the Roma king; This was very informative as I am very interested in everyone and everything but tourists need to be interested in the Roma people and way of life otherwise input wouldn't be so fascinating!!

The visit to the "old believers" village was just great-tea from a samovar and cakes and a very pleasant woman the librarian and museum custodian.

In Gaugazia we met the Museum curator and again a fascinating insight into Gaugazian history.

Much of our enjoyment and insights was enhances by Cristina who translated everything so well.

The visits to the wineries were an eye opener and the wine tasting too. I recommend tourists who go to the Cricova winery to to wear warm clothes and a scarf as we go deep down into the underground "city" to see the stored wine.

We loved the food (and all the wine).

Dear Sirs! Upon a recent visit to Chisinau in Moldova, i required the assistance of a local guide, as my knowledge of the country was very limited. My guide was a young lady by the name of Ms. Natalia Cojuhari, i wish to place on record that her skills as a guide were quite unparalleled. 

The qualities that i look for in a guide, local knowledge, helpfulness, and a person’s overall ability to ensure the group they are responsible for, find out as much about the area they are visiting as possible. I believe that Ms. Cojuhari fulfilled all these requirements, along with her overall friendly demeanor, i believe makes her a first class tour guide.