When Byzant fell in 1453, part of its treasures was brought to Moldavia and Wallachia. Some historians say that Romania became “Byzant after Byzant”. Not only treasures were brought to ancient Romania (Moldavia and Wallachia) but, most importantly, the Byzantine traditions, preserved and maintained to nowadays. A Romanian Orthodox Church with Romanian monks can still be found on the Athos Mountain. On this trip you'll get a feel of our lifestyle, learn about our traditions and spend some time in the past. You'll be accompanied by a ...
- 3 and 4* Hotels
- 4* minivan
- English-speaking tour guide at your disposal, local guide wherever possible
- Full Board
- Typical lunches or dinners
- Entrance fees to museums, castles and monasteries.
- The maximum no. of guests is 15, because of the limited accommodation available at the monasteries. The trip is special, involving meetings with the officials of The Romanian Orthodox Church of Moldova, and the opportunity to make contacts and connections within The Orthodox Church. In Moldova, a local tour guide, a student of the Theological University of Iasi can be provided. The program can be changed according to the flight details (arriving place, date and hours)
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