Wind your way along Romania’s Danube Delta—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and explore Sulina, where a stop might include local pizza and Bloody Marys overlooking the ocean; Tulcea, with its Central Eco-Tourism Museum and the chance to taste local wines from Macin; and Histria, the country’s oldest town, with impressive archaeological treasures and birdwatching opportunities. Constanta affords more artifact unearthing and a look at indigenous folklore—a renowned ethnographic museum may surprise with its extensive costume and jewelry displays and local crafts. Dance to regional tunes with the Baladele Deltei troupe and partake of local flavors during delicious local dinners. Shopping, sightseeing, and wandering ancient and alluring villages make for a romantically adventurous Romanian tour.

Past Romania Expeditions

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    Transylvania: A Journey through Romania & Hungary

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    Discover Romania’s time-honored traditions as you explore Transylvania, a region best known to Westerners as the home of Count Dracula.

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