Day 1 - The Black Sea & Danube Delta Tour begins with a pick-up from your hotel and a drive to Constanta, Romania's oldest city (657 BC). Tomis, a Greek colony, was formed in the area. The Museum of History and Archeology, as well as other attractions in the Old Town, will be visited. The Roman edifice with mosaic (the Roman Empire's largest mosaic), the statue of Publius Ovidius Naso, The first king of Romania, Carol I, built the Muslim Mosque as a tribute to the local Muslim community (going up in the Minaret Tower you can have a splendid panoramic view of the whole city of Constanta), The Orthodox Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul (a Byzantine architectural monument), the Aquarium Constanta, Romania's first public aquarium, and the Genoese lighthouse, which was established in the 13th century and renovated in its current form between 1858 and 1860.
After lunch in Constanta, we'll drive to Tulcea. Tulcea is renowned as "The Danube Delta's Gate." The city's Greek name was Aegyssus, and it was founded in the 8th century B.C. before being overrun by the Roman Empire. After a stroll around the port promenade, check into your hotel for dinner and lodging.
Day 2 - Starts with breakfast at the hotel in the morning.
The main draw of the day is a boat tour of the Danube Delta, which will take you deeper into the region.
The Danube Delta is the world's largest river delta and Europe's largest river delta. There are 327 bird species, 133 fish species, and typical wetlands vegetation here. The Danube Delta was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a result of all of these natural wonders.
You will witness one of Europe's most beautiful areas while on the tour boat, featuring exceptional and typical sceneries (water lands) and numerous birds such as pelicans, cormorants, egrets, herons, swans, and others.
Following the boat tour, you will have lunch before departing the Danube Delta's natural areas and returning to Bucharest.
The trip concludes with a drop-off at your accommodation.