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Sofia and Varna - Constanta - Mamaia - Bucharest
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This is a suggested independent itinerary that you customize. Please select the best flights, hotels, trains, activities, transportation and number of nights in each destination to fit your needs.
Bulgaria and Romania!. Combine Sofia (one of the oldest capital cities in Europe, from the 8th century BC, it houses numerous museums) and Varna (known as “The pearl of the Bulgarian Black Seaside”. Historically known as Odessos -Ancient Greek city-. Varna is an important centre for business, transportation, education, tourism, entertainment and healthcare) by air. Continue to Constanta (a city on the shores of the Black Sea, in southeastern Romania), then, Mamaia (a lively beach resort that sits on a thin strip of land between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol) and finally, Bucharest (once known as the `Little Paris`, with wide, tree-lined boulevards, and glorious Belle Époque buildings and eclectic mixture of architecture, from old monasteries to Orthodox Churches) with transfers in between cities. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

This 11 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Sofia
  • Flight from Sofia to Varna
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Varna
  • Transfer from Varna to Constanta
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Constanta
  • Transfer from Constanta to Mamaia.(You will need to arrange transportation on your own)
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Mamaia
  • Transfer from Mamaia to Bucharest
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bucharest

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Constanta (6)     Bucharest (41)     Varna (20)     Sofia (58)     Mamaia (6)     North Black Sea Coast (10)    
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1. Sofia
  50 hotels
2. Varna
   (29 hotels)
3. Constanta
   (20 hotels)
4. Mamaia
   (42 hotels)
5. Bucharest
   (125 hotels)
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3 nights in Sofia

One of the oldest capital cities in Europe, Sofia dates back to the 8th century BCE. Its landmarks reflect more than 2,000 years of history, including Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupations. Sofia houses numerous museums, notably the National Historical Museum which has a vast collection of more than 650,000 historical items. Sofia is one of the hippest cities in Bulgaria, boasting a lively nightlife scene with many different nightclubs, live venues, pubs, mehani (Bulgarian traditional taverns), and restaurants. The city also offers large green spaces and manicured gardens, and the ski slopes and hiking trails of mighty Mount Vitosha are just a short bus ride away.

Visit and discover the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Boyana Church, National Historical Museum, Banya Bashi Mosque, Church of St. George, Vitosha Boulevard, Mount Vitosha, National Palace of Culture, St. Sophia Church, St. Nedelya Church, National Art Gallery, Central Sofia Market Hall, Cherni Vrah, Sofia Synagogue, Church of St. Petka of the Saddlers, Museum of Socialist Art, and so much more.



2 nights in Varna

Varna, the third-largest city in Bulgaria, is the largest of the Black Sea resort towns. Varna is well-known for its archaeological sites and finds, such as the 6,000-year-old Gold of Varna, the oldest gold treasure in the world, and the Roman Baths which is the largest of its kind in the Balkans. Many people use Varna as a jumping-off point to explore the rest of the Black Sea Coast, but it is a popular tourist destination in its own right. It is one of the cultural centers of Bulgaria, and it is also home to one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in the country. Be sure to visit one of the hot thermal spring "sea baths" which dot the coast.

Visit and discover the Dolphinarium Varna, Sea Garden, Varna Archaeological Museum, Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral, Roman Thermae of Odessos, Retro Museum, Butterfly House, National Maritime Museum, History of Varna Museum, Varna Eye, Monument of Tsar Kaloyan, and so much more.



2 nights in Constanta

Constanta is the largest city on the Black Sea coast of Romania, and is home to the Black Sea`s largest port. It is the oldest continuously-inhabited city in Romania, and was first settled in the seventh century BCE. It was the final home of the poet Ovid, in the first century CE, and the Old Town's main square is named for him. Constanta is a popular vacation spot due to its warm weather; a popular beach resort, Mamaia, is located just 20 minutes away by car.

Discover the beauty of the great Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of National History and Archaeology, Lake Techirghiol, Carol I Mosque, Constanta Casino, Genoese Lighthouse, Lake Siutghiol, Modern Beach, Romanian Navy Museum, Constanta Aquarium, Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Belona Beach, Ovidiu Square, Constanta`s Old Town, Folk Art Museum, and so much more.



2 nights in Mamaia

Mamaia is Romania's largest seaside resort, and one of the oldest, dating back to 1905. It is located eight miles northeast of Constanta on a narrow barrier island situated between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol. The island, five miles in length but just 300 yards wide in some spots, is jam-packed with resorts, bars, cafés, and restaurants. The main street, the Bulevardul Mamaia, runs through the western portion of the island and the beachfront is situated to the east.

Visit and explore the Luna Park, Aqua Magic Mamaia, Aqua Beach, Plaja Flora, Mamaia Promenade, Mamaia Bridge, Relax Beach, Plaja Iaki, Riviera Beach, Plaja Tomis, Vega Beach, Bikini Beach, Plaja H2O, Cabo Beach, and so much more.



2 nights in Bucharest

Once known as the "Little Paris", Bucharest, Romania's capital, is known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, and glorious Belle Époque buildings. There is even an Arc de Triomphe on a boulevard longer than the Champs Elysees, with a range of trees that flower beautifully in the spring. You will be intrigued by the city's eclectic mixture of architecture, from old monasteries to Orthodox Churches, Second Empire mansions, the stolid Stalinist architecture of the communist years and the colossal Parliament House, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon.

Visit and explore the amazing Palace of Parliament, Romanian Athenaeum, Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, King Michael I Park, Cismigiu Gardens, National Museum of Art of Romania, Stavropoleos Monastery, Arcul de Triumf, Revolution Square, National Museum of Romanian History, Cotroceni Palace, Mogosoaia Palace, University Square, Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse, and so much more.




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Flexible Itinerary
Sofia
Day 1
Arrive to Sofia
Overnight in Sofia   50 hotels offered
Optional   234 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Sofia   50 hotels offered
Optional   234 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Sofia   50 hotels offered
Optional   234 Things to do
Day 4
Departing from Sofia
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Varna
Day 4
Arrive to Varna
Overnight in Varna   29 hotels offered
Optional   26 Things to do
Day 5
Overnight in Varna   29 hotels offered
Optional   26 Things to do
Day 6
Departing from Varna
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Constanta
Day 6
Arrive to Constanta
Overnight in Constanta   20 hotels offered
Optional   4 Things to do
Day 7
Overnight in Constanta   20 hotels offered
Optional   4 Things to do
Day 8
Departing from Constanta
Transportation to next city by: NO TRANSFER AVAILABLE - Constanta to Mamaia
Mamaia
Day 8
Arrive to Mamaia
Overnight in Mamaia   42 hotels offered
Day 9
Overnight in Mamaia   42 hotels offered
Day 10
Departing from Mamaia
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Bucharest
Day 10
Arrive to Bucharest
Overnight in Bucharest   125 hotels offered
Optional   433 Things to do
Day 11
Overnight in Bucharest   125 hotels offered
Optional   433 Things to do
Day 12
Departing from Bucharest

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Sofia Hotels (50 total)
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Constanta Hotels (20 total)
Mamaia Hotels (42 total)
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Tours in Varna (26 total)
Tours in Constanta (4 total)
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Bulgaria

<b>Bulgaria</b> is known for its rich history, which stretches back over 6,000 years and is on display everywhere you look, ranging from sacred religious buildings with beautiful architectural styles and colorful art to the hundreds of fortresses and historic ruins, from which some famous legends and myths were born. Bulgaria is one of the most popular beach destinations in Europe, with hundreds of miles of glittering coastline. It`s also known for its winter sporting opportunities in some of the most glamorous and affordable ski resorts east of Switzerland.
Romania

<b>Romania</b> is well-known for its rich history, dating back before the time of the Greeks and Romans. Ruins from days gone by, ranging from Roman structures in Alba Iulia to remnants of Communism in Bucharest, are vivid illustrations of life in Romania through the years. Whether the museums are open-air or in exhibition halls, these are fun ways to learn more about Romanian history and folk culture.
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Sofia
One of the oldest capital cities in Europe, Sofia dates back to the 8th century BCE. Its landmarks reflect more than 2,000 years of history, including Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupations. Sofia houses numerous museums, notably the National Historical Museum which has a vast collection of more than 650,000 historical items. Sofia is one of the hippest cities in Bulgaria, boasting a lively nightlife scene with many different nightclubs, live venues, pubs, mehani (Bulgarian traditional taverns), and restaurants. The city also offers large green spaces and manicured gardens, and the ski slopes and hiking trails of mighty Mount Vitosha are just a short bus ride away.

Visit and discover the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Boyana Church, National Historical Museum, Banya Bashi Mosque, Church of St. George, Vitosha Boulevard, Mount Vitosha, National Palace of Culture, St. Sophia Church, St. Nedelya Church, National Art Gallery, Central Sofia Market Hall, Cherni Vrah, Sofia Synagogue, Church of St. Petka of the Saddlers, Museum of Socialist Art, and so much more.
Varna
Varna, the third-largest city in Bulgaria, is the largest of the Black Sea resort towns. Varna is well-known for its archaeological sites and finds, such as the 6,000-year-old Gold of Varna, the oldest gold treasure in the world, and the Roman Baths which is the largest of its kind in the Balkans. Many people use Varna as a jumping-off point to explore the rest of the Black Sea Coast, but it is a popular tourist destination in its own right. It is one of the cultural centers of Bulgaria, and it is also home to one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in the country. Be sure to visit one of the hot thermal spring "sea baths" which dot the coast.

Visit and discover the Dolphinarium Varna, Sea Garden, Varna Archaeological Museum, Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral, Roman Thermae of Odessos, Retro Museum, Butterfly House, National Maritime Museum, History of Varna Museum, Varna Eye, Monument of Tsar Kaloyan, and so much more.
Constanta
Constanta is the largest city on the Black Sea coast of Romania, and is home to the Black Sea`s largest port. It is the oldest continuously-inhabited city in Romania, and was first settled in the seventh century BCE. It was the final home of the poet Ovid, in the first century CE, and the Old Town's main square is named for him. Constanta is a popular vacation spot due to its warm weather; a popular beach resort, Mamaia, is located just 20 minutes away by car.

Discover the beauty of the great Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of National History and Archaeology, Lake Techirghiol, Carol I Mosque, Constanta Casino, Genoese Lighthouse, Lake Siutghiol, Modern Beach, Romanian Navy Museum, Constanta Aquarium, Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Belona Beach, Ovidiu Square, Constanta`s Old Town, Folk Art Museum, and so much more.
Mamaia
Mamaia is Romania's largest seaside resort, and one of the oldest, dating back to 1905. It is located eight miles northeast of Constanta on a narrow barrier island situated between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol. The island, five miles in length but just 300 yards wide in some spots, is jam-packed with resorts, bars, cafés, and restaurants. The main street, the Bulevardul Mamaia, runs through the western portion of the island and the beachfront is situated to the east.

Visit and explore the Luna Park, Aqua Magic Mamaia, Aqua Beach, Plaja Flora, Mamaia Promenade, Mamaia Bridge, Relax Beach, Plaja Iaki, Riviera Beach, Plaja Tomis, Vega Beach, Bikini Beach, Plaja H2O, Cabo Beach, and so much more.
Bucharest
Once known as the "Little Paris", Bucharest, Romania's capital, is known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, and glorious Belle Époque buildings. There is even an Arc de Triomphe on a boulevard longer than the Champs Elysees, with a range of trees that flower beautifully in the spring. You will be intrigued by the city's eclectic mixture of architecture, from old monasteries to Orthodox Churches, Second Empire mansions, the stolid Stalinist architecture of the communist years and the colossal Parliament House, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon.

Visit and explore the amazing Palace of Parliament, Romanian Athenaeum, Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, King Michael I Park, Cismigiu Gardens, National Museum of Art of Romania, Stavropoleos Monastery, Arcul de Triumf, Revolution Square, National Museum of Romanian History, Cotroceni Palace, Mogosoaia Palace, University Square, Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse, and so much more.

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