LICENSED GUIDE IN FRENCH/ENGLISH (FOR GROUPS) 100 EUROS
ENTRY FREE IN OCEANARIUM, DOLPHINARIUM, BOATING NO
Leaving from Chișinău at 9 p.m, in front of ASEM, Block A
Price – 49 Euro/pers.
Price for children in the room with adults:
0-2 years – Gratis (without place in bus and without additional bed) | 2-7 years – 35 Euro | 7-12 years- 44 Euro
Price for a single room – 70 Euro (single in the room)
DETAILS ABOUT THE TRIP
House of People. A colossal parliament building known for its ornate interior composed of 23 sections, it houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, three museums and an international conference center. The National Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Communism Totalitarianism (established in 2015) and the Museum of the Palace are hosted inside the Palace. Though named the House of the Republic, after the Romanian Revolution in 1989 it became widely known as the People’s House.
Mogosoaia Palace is situated about 10 kilometres from Bucharest. It was built between 1698 and 1702, by Constantin Brancoveanu, in a Renaissance style, combining Venetian and Ottoman elements. Also known as domain, being formed by the next buildings: the actual Palace, Gheorghe Bibescu Chapel, Ice House, St. Gheorghe’s Church and also the Mogosoaia Greenhouses. The Palace is now a popular tourist destination, but although the grounds and gardens are beautiful, the interior of the palace itself is under reconstruction and presently houses a museum and art gallery.
Cotroceni Palace is the official residence of the President of Romania and it also houses of the National Cotroceni Museum. The Palace was built on the Cotroceni Hill between 1893-1895 in ’’Brâncovenesc’’ style by the French architect Paul Gottereau. The Cotroceni Palace hosted a Famous historical figures: Barbu Dimitrie Stirbei, Tudor Vladimirescu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza, etc.