During this trip the ancient realm of Dobrogea will reveal itself. Three monuments dating back to the Dacian era and an important orthodox pilgrimage site dating from the XI th century A.D will be your destination. Morning 8.00 o’clock Departure from hotel to Călăraşi. After the ferry crossing the Danube near Silistra, we will continue the way to our first stop, Dervent Monastery, a place of miraculous healings and exorcism rituals.
We will travel in time from the XI th to II nd century A.D. stopping by Saint Andrew’s cave, the place where it is believed that the apostle lived for a short time and christianized the Geto-Dacians back in the I st century.
Further we explore the remains of Adamclisi a monument build to commemorate the victory of the Roman Army conducted by the emperor Traian against the Geto-Dacians ruled at that time by Decebal. The monument "Tropaeum Traiani" (The Trophy of Traian) dating from 109 A.D. celebrates the annexation of the province Dacia to the Roman Empire after the second Roman - Dacian war (105 - 106 A.D.).
According to Thracian legends the god of mystical drunkenness Bacchus-Dionysus is born on Murfatlar hills. Here you can enjoy a pleasant wine tasting and an optional late lunch, that will guide your senses towards a mystical reverie which will keep you enchanted all the way back to Bucharest.
Note: The departure hour can be modify on request depending of the availability of the museums.
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