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Enduro motorcycle tour- day trip

Enduro motorcycle tour- day trip
This could be you adventure   city escape from Bucharest! You will have it all: adventure, adrenaline and landscape that you don’t even imagine while you are on the foot of the mountain.

Departure:  Bucharest, Romania
Adventure, adrenaline,Carpathians breath taking scenery. All this and something more in your tour on Doftana Valley.Duration : 10 -12 h
Difficulty: easy – medium
Requirements: motorcycle license
"another bust to dust"
“another bust to dust”

You will travel early in the morning from Bucharest to Doftana Valley area. We will take care of your transfer. Get equipped and start a easy –medium difficulty tour on the mountain overlooking on a incredible scenery.

As you are the guest, the itinerary and difficulty will be established according to your skill. As we want you to enjoy the tour under safe conditions, we will NOT get you on hard side of enduro.

As a hint, you will enjoy terrain like dirt roads, grass, gravel, rocks, beautiful meadows .

After all the efforts, you will enjoy a  Romanian barbeque .

Duration : 10 h

Difficulty: easy – medium

Requirements: motorcycle license

Things To Bring:

Equipment ( helmet, boots, gloves, body armour,knees and elbow protections)

Insurance

Inclusions

Requirements: motorcycle license

Rate EUR/ person/ tour

DUration  single traveler 2 persons in a a group 4 persons in a group
day trip

365

199

125

3 days

915

495

316

6 days

1868

998

656

 

Tour includes:

Transfer to and from Bucharest (250 km tour retour)
Experienced motorcycle guide and assistance
Basic mechanical assistance
Romanian meal and barbecue in Breaza
Exclusions

Tour does not include:

Bike and equipment rental
Fuel
INSURANCES ( compulsory)
Cancellation Policy

 

Bike rental: 50 EUR/ day

enduro motorcycle tours
Enduro Motorcycles. Our team, you future friends:)
"Beasts" on guard in a friendly neighborhood.
“Beasts” on guard in a friendly neighborhood.

Group size:1 -4 pers

10 days prior adventure – free of charge
9-5 days prior adventure – 50% package cost
5-3 days prior adventure -70% package cost

 

 

 

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VIP package in Henri Coanda airport

VIP package in Henri Coanda airport

Are you Very Important Persom or Commercial Important person? Your time is useful and good welcome confers you  the position you have?

The meet and assist services in Henri Coanda Airport come to help you both on arrival and departure terminals.  Services are available for both, international and domestic regular flights or general aviation flights.

 
VIP Services package consists of :
On arrival  – passengers are  welcomed  and escorted. They are  transported from the aircraft by VIP limousine/minibus; lodge in the VIP lounge; border formalities  are done on a dedicated flow.
Departure – passengers welcoming and escorting; security and border formalities; access to the VIP Lounge; boarding assistance with priority access; transport to the aircraft with VIP limousine/minibus (if necessary).

 

 

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Rent a helicopter

Rent a helicopter Are you under time pressure or just  want to admire the  landscape? Helicopter transfers offer you all: rapidity, uniqueness of scenery and a sense of luxury.   Helicopter rentals are suitable for all: corporate travel, transfer to remote distances in a very short time, comfort,  entertainment and touristic flights, to reach difficult spots on the map, regardless the purpose of travel.

Helicopters: EC 120 B Capacity : 3-4 passengers Flight autonomy : 710 km Cruise speed: 223 km/h Night flight equipments single engine

EC 135 Capacity: 5-6 passengers \ Flight autonomy: 635km. Cruise speed: 254 km/h Night flight equipments twin engine   E

C 155B Capacity: 6 passengers Flight autonomy: 857 km. Cruise speed: 280 km/h Night flight equipments twin engine

AS 365N DAUPHIN Capacity: 8-10 passengers Flight autonomy: 827 km. Cruise speed: 270 km/h Night flight equipments twin engine   For your route and rental rate, do not hesitate to contact us!

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Standard Tour of Bucharest

Standard Tour of Bucharest

 

This is a short, but comprehensive tour thought the streets of Bucharest, once named  “Little Paris”.   You will enjoy a tour  on the streets of Bucharest and through its history. The car is driver by a professional drive and you are assisted by an authorized guide.

Meeting point : Hotel / Airport

Drop off : Hotel

Duration: 4 h

Route :

Press House- Arch of Triumph

Primaverii street- Herastrau Park-  Kiseleff Boulevard

Victoriei square – Victoria Palace (Government of Romania) – Romana Square  –

Victoriei Avenue – Cretulescu Church,  The Royal Palace ( National Museum of Art),  – Revolutiei (Revolution) Square – Central University Library-  Romanian Athenaeum Romanian Savings Bank

Bucharest Old City:  Prince Old court (Vlad the Impaller residence once), Manuc Inn, Lipscani street, Stavropoleous Church,

Cismigiu Park- Opera Square- Cotroceni Palace

Unirii Square

The Palace of Parliament

University square – Coltea Palace, the University Bucharest, the National Theatre

Magheru Boulevard

 

Availability:

Standard ( Skoda Octavia car, similar): 1-4 persons

Executive ( Skoda Superb, Mercedes E Class) : 1-4 persons

Exclusive ( Hoover/ Chrysler limousine): 1-8 persons

Small group ( Mercedes Vito, similar) : 1-8 persons

 

 

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Panoramic Tour of Bucharest

Panoramic Tour of Bucharest

 

This is a short, but comprehensive tour thought the streets of Bucharest, once named  “Little Paris”.   You will enjoy a tour  on the streets of Bucharest and through its history. The car is driver by a professional drive and you are assisted by an authorized guide.

Meeting point : Hotel / Airport

Drop off : Hotel

Duration: 2 h

Route :

Press House- Arch of Triumph

Primaverii street- Kiseleff Boulevard

Victoriei square – Victoria Palace (Government of Romania) – Romana Square  –

Victoriei Avenue – Cretulescu Church,  The Royal Palace ( National Museum of Art),  – Revolutiei (Revolution) Square – Central University Library-  Romanian Athenaeum Romanian Savings Bank

Unirii Square

The Palace of Parliament

University square – Coltea Palace, the University Bucharest, the National Theatre

Magheru Boulevard

Availability:

Standard ( Skoda Octavia car, similar): 1-4 persons

Executive ( Skoda Superb, Mercedes E Class) : 1-4 persons

Exclusive ( Hoover/ Chrysler limousine): 1-8 persons

Small group ( Mercedes Vito, similar) : 1-8 persons

 

 

 

 

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Rent a limousine

Rent a limousine  for your Bucharest or Romanian  exclusive stay

 

For your exclusive stay in Bucharest or your travel across country , we are at you disposal with Hoover or Chrysler  limousines.  Luxurious, elegant  cream color leather  sofa bring a note of elegance.

You can enjoy  in a classy way  your travel or transport.  Regardless whether  you travel for business meetings, airport  or  ports transfer, romantic  or anniversary evenings, city  or country tours. Experienced limo drivers will make your trip smooth and enjoyable.

Hoover

The limo is 6.8 m long and the  L shape sofa can accommodate 8 persons.  The car is equipped  with laptop and wi-fi and a fridge for limousine bar.

 

Chrysler

The limo fits comfortably 9 travelers in  an exquisite interior.

 

For best of your experience during your long or short travel, you will enjoy sparkling wine, whiskey, sodas.

 

For your best rates of your rental, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Music and photography event

Music and photography event

As May 1st is a day after the International jazz day I explore organizes a Musical May 1st . We invite you to the concert in Pestera Valea Cetatii (cave)fire camp and mulled wine, and whoever wishes may attend a photography workshop. The concert is performed by Academic Clarinet Quartet and organized by I explore.

Rasnov Rasnov is a town in Brasov county, 20 km away form Brasov city and 6 km away from the famous Bran castle, the one people associates with Dracula. Rasnov Citadel is a peasant citadel, a proof of former local organization of villages in Transylvania.

The Valea Cetatii cave is very well organized and besides, this is a “cultural cave”.

Attractions in and around Rasnov area:

• Rasnov Citadel

• Bran Castle

• Zip-line at Pestera Valea Cetatii

• Hiking or cycling in the mountains

• Brasov city Music: Jazz concert performed by Academic Clarinet Quartet Photography workshop (optional): event photography

 

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Bucharest.

Bucharest. Why a city-break?

After highlighting general stuff  and  a brief history, I am going to say a few words about sightseeing places.

Roads in Bucharest

Calea Victoriei (Victoriei Avenue)

Placed in the center of Bucharest-  from Victoriei Palace, meeting Dambovita river on the other end- it is and it has been the greatest attraction of Bucharest. It was named the Large Street  and it had that muddy Balkan look, so there was a layer of wood in order to prevent this. Thus, in late 17 century the road was named Mogosoaia Wood-Paved Road. Only in 1842, wood was replaced with asphalt. In 1878, after the Independence War (1877-1878) the road was name Victoriei ( Victory’s road).

Calea Victoriei was the street lighten road in Bucharest, sheltered the many important buildings  and still does. Calea Victoriei remains the “high end” road.  Besides all the Historical buildings along the road, many boutiques or luxury shops can be found on Calea Victoriei.

Important Buildings on Calea Victoriei

–          Romanian Athenaeum-  designed by the French architect  Albert Galleron, it was built by public donation. It was a saying “donate a leu (Romanian currency) for the Athenaeum”. It was finished in 1888. Inside the Athenaeum ceiling, in the grand hall, it is painted the entire history of Romania starting with Roman times.

–          National Museum of Art of Romania- former Royal Palace. It was built at the beginning of 19th century, but it becomes Princedom residence in 18376 with Alexandru Ghica Voda. It was also the residence of Carol Ist Hohenzollern.At the end of 19th century, It was the first building on Calea Victoriei with electrical lightening. Following to a great fire, the entire building is rebuilt in 1937. After communism coming to lead, it became National Museum of Art.

–          Kretzulescu Church- It was built in 1722 by local boyar Iordache Cretulescu.

–          Piata Revoluţiei (Revolution Square).  It is situated in from of former Communist party headquarter and it is the place where Romanian Revolution started in Bucharest in December 1989.

–          Palatul Telefoanelor ( Telephony Palace)- Built in 1933. It was the most modern building on those times.

–          National Museum of History of Romania-It was built at the end of 19th century as Post Palace. Since 1970s it shelters the National Museum of History of Romania.

–          Casa de Economii si Consemnaţiuni ( CEC- Economy house)- it was finished in 1900 as Economy house. The plans were made by French  Architect Paul Gottereau.

Soseaua Kiseleff ( Kiselef Road)

Road name after the Russian count Paul Kiseleff (Kiseliov) who lead the Russian Military administration in Romania between 1829 to 1834.

Buildings on Kiseleff:

National Museum of Geology- Built at the beginning of 20th Century for Institute of Geology

Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History-  the present building of Museum was built between 1893 – 1944. The National Museum of Natural History was established and developed by Grigore Antipa. It has a great collection of natural science exhibitons.

The Romanian Peasant Museum –The actual building was finished in 1941. The collections exhibited within the museum are samples of folklore, customs and living of Romanians in rural side of Romania.

Elisabeta Palace- Built in 1936 for Elisabeta of Greece ( born princess of Romania) as combination of  Romanian Brancovenesc and Mauro style  , King Michael ask permission for residing there. It is the place where he abdicated and also still have his residence.

Village Museum-  It is an outdoor museum offering a significant representation houses and villages all over Romania. I recommend visiting while in Bucharest. Opened since 1936.

Primaverii district

It is the district where former communist leaders had their residence houses. It was initially build for the Union in Gas field. Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej used the houses as conspiratorial houses, then little by little it became a communist leaders cluster. Under pretext of offering the inhabitants a priviledge of leaving there, Nicolae Ceausescu rather took measures to supervise lower rank communist party leaders.

Old Center of Bucharest

Situated close to km 0 of Bucharest, the historical center is the place where you can find anything: from fun to culture or religion. This area is mainly pedestrian and all over, in old historical buildings, you can find  pubs, coffee –shops, clubs, restaurants , pub-theatres… In this area, where once used to be the area of small traders or artisans, but also the Old court of Vlad the Impaler residence, now is the nucleus of fun and joy of Bucharest. During summer, Old Center is a delight: restaurant with cuisines all around the world, pubs and cafes of all sorts, terraces all around, clubs, pub concerts …anyone can find something on its own taste.

 A realist description of changes around the Old Center can be found  also here: Read also

Old city by night
Old city by night

Palace of Parliament

The Palace of Parliament is the biggest building in Bucharest and not only. People House, how it was named during its construction period – in Communism- it is the largest civilian administrative building in the world. The enormous building shows the  show off attitude of former Communist leader, Nicolae Ceausescu.

The story behind this megalomaniac building started after the earthquake in March 1977. Nicolae Ceausescu considered to redesign Bucharest entirely and to include in this plan a building for Communist party leaders.

In order to chose the best project to suite “the new face of Bucharest” there was a contest, taking around one year for nominating the winning project. The architect winning the project was Anca Petrescu, very young at that time.  Even if the Palace of Parliament concept was initiated by Nicolae Ceausescu, he did not reach to see it finalize as in 1898 the Revolution took place, culminating with  Ceausescu’s death sentence. The Palace was inaugurate in 1997 and now it is MP’s house.

Palace of Parliament in figures:

 Size:

length – 270 m

width  – 245 m

height – 86 m

underground – 92 m

Materials:

Marble: 1.000.000 m³

Crystal : 3.500  tones

Leather: 3.500 m²

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