Day 1: Arrival in Bucharest

The guide will wait for you to the Airport. Depending your flight arrival time, we will begin a city tour of Bucharest. We will discover the capital main sights, such as: the former Royal Palace (nowadays the Art Museum), the Athenaeum, the Revolution Square, with a short presentation of our revolution from 1989, ride along Victoria Avenue, the University, the National Theater, and not the last, the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon.

In our city tour will visit the Choral Temple & the Holocaust Memorial. The Choral Temple is, for sure, the most important of Bucharest’s synagogues. It dates back from 1856. The Temple as it appears today is the result of an interior and exterior reconstruction in 1932 – 1933. The Choral Temple is one of the precious few Romanian synagogues whose architects are known. The Great Synagogue & The Holocaust Museum, founded in 1850 by a congregation of Polish Jews; the synagogue was first repaired in 1865 and adapted to electric lighting in 1915.In 1980 it was turned into the Romanian Jewish history Museum.Then, we will visit the Yesua Tova Synagogue, located downtown and built in 1827, totally renovated. 

Accommodation in a centrally located 4* hotel in Bucharest, breakfast included.