Based in Bucharest, Romania, Accent Events is a DMC providing high quality services in the travel sector for corporate clients, through its network of travel & tourism services. We operate three divisions: 'Corporate Business & Special Events', 'Ticketing' and 'Tourism'. Through our Corporate Business & Special Events Division, our agency is proud to organise healthcare, pharmaceutical and business meetings, conferences, conventions, seminars, incentives and teambuilding activities.
|74a Ferdinand Avenue |
|Tel:||+ 4021 314 1980|
Lucian Boronea - CEO
|Specialise In||Incentives, Conferences, Meetings, FITs, Special Interest Groups, Conventions, Congresses, Corporate Travel, Events, Special Functions, Cruises: Shore Excursions, Tour Operating, Corporate Functions, Conference Logistics, Corporate Group Travel, Corporate Meetings, Gala Dinners, Hotel Bookings, Local Excursions, Product Launches, Teambuilding Events, Themed Dinners|
|Members of||ICCA, IATA|
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|Yearly Weather Climate||View Yearly Weather Climate link|
|Airports||Henri Coandă International Airport|
|Currency||Romanian leu (RON)|
|Language||Romanian (official), Hungarian, German|
|Driving||On the Right|
Accent Travel & Events are a DMC providing high quality services in the travel sector for corporate, personal and business class passengers through its network of travel & tourism services.
We operate three divisions: Corporate Business, Special Events, Ticketing & Tourism. Through its Corporate Business & Special Events division, our agency organises conferences (PCO), business meetings, seminars and teambuilding.
A list of clients include; PETROM/OMV, ORANGE, CARREFOUR, MKB ROMEXTERRA BANK, REALITATEA TV, KIA, IVECOCEFIN, YAMAHA, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA/FAS/ICD) - Washington DC, National Council of Economic Education (NCEE) - New York, The Ministery of Ecomony and Finance, The Romanian Judo Federation, BERNARD BRUNHES INTERNATIONAL.
Let us be the planner for your next meeting or event.
BUCHAREST - THE ROMANTIC CITY OF CONTRASTS
Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, glorious Belle Epoque buildings and a reputation for the high life, Romania's capital was once known as the "Little Paris."
Romanian legend has it that the city of Bucharest was founded by a shepherd named "Bucur", whose name means "joy". His flute playing reportedly dazzled the locals and his hearty wine from nearby vineyards endeared him to the local traders, who gave his name to the place.
Remodeled in the late 19th century by French and French-trained architects, Bucharest even features a Triumphal Arch on the elegant Soseaua Kiseleff, a boulevard longer than Paris' famed Champs-Elysees.
Communist rule interrupted Bucharest's cosmopolitan days. Many years after the end of the communist regime, the 'House of the People' - the world's second largest building after the US Pentagon - reminds Romanians of the communist years. Only Romanian materials and products were used - local marble, cherry and walnut paneling, crystal chandeliers, specially commissioned hand-woven tapestries, carpets and draperies - to build what is supposed to be the headquarters of Romania's last communist leader. Now renamed the Palace of Parliament, this magnificent building of 1,000 rooms reflects the work of the country's best architects and artisans.
Bucharest is one of the few cities in east-central Europe with gambling. Many 18th and 19th Century palaces and mansions now house elegant beaux-arts casinos, where guests can play blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, baccarat and other games of chance, dine on sumptuous buffets and dance all night to live music.
Today, Bucharest - the capital and largest city of Romania - is experiencing renewed vigor. The city reflects an interesting heritage of mixed cultures influenced by the old Romanian aristocracy educated in France, the German King Carol I, and the communist society.
BUCHAREST AND TRANSYLVANIA - THE LAND BEYOND THE FORESTS
From downtown Bucharest (or Henri Coanda Airport), head north toward Brasov (via Ploiesti - Sinaia - Predeal). Stop at the mountain resort of Sinaia to visit Peles Castle and Pelisor Castle. Continue to Brasov for a stroll around its medieval section.
Highlights include; Black Church, The Old Town-Hall Square, Brasov Fortress, Franciscan Monastery. Overnight in Brasov. The nearby mountain resorts of Predeal and Poiana Brasov have great hotels.
Visit of Bran - Dracula Castle and Rasnov Fortress. Day trip to Sighisoara, one of the most well-preserved medieval towns in Europe.
Highlights include; Clock Tower, Defending Walls Guild Tower, Venetian House, Antler House, Wooden Covered Staircase, Hill Church, Hermann Oberth Square. Lunch at Dracula House, the birth place of the Prince. Overnight in Sighisoara.
Sightseeing in Sibiu. Highlights include; Craftsmen's Square, Huet Square and Evangelical Church, Bridge of Lies, Goldsmith Square, Great Square, Orthodox Cathedral, Roman Catholic Church, City Hall Tower. Lunch in Brasov, at Hirscher House. Return to Bucharest. Dinner at Jaristea Restaurant, a Romanian tradition.
HUNTING FOR THE TRUTH - DRACULA - BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY
Arrival at Henri Coanda Airport. Transfer to Bucharest city, built in 1459 by the legendary Vlad the Impaler. Dinner and accommodation at 5* Hotel.
Visit of Old Court of Vlad Tepes in Bucharest, and the Palace of Parliament 'The House of the People', followed by the residence of a modern Dracula; "Ceausescu". Lunch at Snagov, near an old monastery, built in 1408, where Dracula was buried. Following the traces of Jonathan Harker, the innocent English lawyer, who's journal tells us about the Count's Personality, we arrive at Brasov, the old gateway to Transylvania - "The Land Beyond the Forests". Traditional Romanian Dinner with 'sarmale cu mamaligutza', 'tzuica' and 'gipsy-lautari' music at Coliba Haiducilor, in Poiana Brasov. Accommodation at 4**** Piatra Mare Hotel in Poiana Brasov Resort.
Breakfast at hotel. Visit of the Great and Mysterious Bran Castle and The Mediaeval Fortress Rasnov. Lunch in Poiana Brasov, at Coliba Haiducilor, a Romanian traditional restaurant. Visit of Black Church, and The Old Square of Council in Brasov. Departure to Sighisoara. Dinner and accommodation at Casa Wagner 4**** Hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel. Visit of Sighisoara, the only mediaeval fortress in Europe still inhabited, and the born place of Prince Vlad the Impaler. Lunch at 'Dracula' Restaurant, the place where Dracula was born, and where, on a wall, was discovered an authentic portrait of Vlad's Father. Optional - horse riding. In the evening - return to Poiana Brasov - dinner and accommodation..
Departure from Brasov. Arrival in Sinaia - 'The Pearl of Carpathians'. Visit of Peles and Pelisor Castles, the summer residence of Romanian old kings. Lunch at Taverna Sarbului, in the mountains, between the once-upon-a-time shadows of guests of Orient Express. Arrival in Bucharest. Festive dinner and candle lights, while drinking the hallucinated red wine at 'Count Dracula' restaurant in Bucharest.
Breakfast. Transfer to Airport. Watch your back - is there still a shadow???!!
Transfer from Henri Coanda International Airport in Bucharest to Hotel.
Dinner at Count Dracula Restaurant and overnight in Hotel.
Early breakfast. 9 o'clock departure by minibus to Constanta. Visit to the STUD FARM OF JEGALIA, 150 km from Bucharest. Great chance to ride a champion horse with instructor.
Lunch and wine-tasting at MURFATLAR WINEYARDS, the best wines from the area.
Dinner is a barbeque on the beach with an open bar at the BLACK SEA MAGIC CLUB. Rent a Ski Jet or watch the sunset on a yacht.
Overnight in 4**** Hotel in Eforie Nord Resort.
Transfer Bucharest. Bucharest City Tour. Great opportunity to buy original souvenirs.
A Romanian traditional night at Jaristea Restaurant - great entertainment with gipsy 'lautari', excellent food and wines of tradition. Overnight in Hotel.
Transfer to Airport.
Bucharest has 37 museums, 22 theaters, opera houses and concert halls, 18 art galleries, lots of libraries and bookstores.
Architecture of the Historic Center; Calea Victoriei, Piata Palatului, Bulevardul Bratianu, Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta, Strada Lispcani, Piata Romana, Piata Victoriei, Bulevardul Aviatorilor, Soseaua Kiseleff, Bulevardul Dacia, Muzeul Satului (Village Museum), Catedrala Patriarhala, Cismigiu (Park).
The National Art Museum in Bucharest offers a collection of 70,000 works divided into two major sections. Its 'National Gallery' features the work of major Romanian artists, including Brancusi, Grigorescu, Amman and Andrescu, while its 'World Gallery' presents works by Western masters such as Rembrandt, Rubens, El Greco, Renoir and Cezanne.
Bucharest's Village Museum of Folk Art, approximately one square mile in size, is a fascinating outdoor museum that displays more than 300 wooden and stone buildings that reflect the history and diversity of Romania's rural architecture and design from all regions of the country.
The History Museum of Romania, housed in what was once Bucharest's main post office, presents a collection of artifacts and jewelry that date from prehistoric to modern times.
Among other noteworthy museums in Bucharest are the Romanian Peasant Museum, with its collection of folkloric agricultural tools, household appliances, fabrics and apparel, The Museum of Art Collections, which presents major works by Romanian and foreign artists from a number of private collections, The Natural History Museum, The George Enescu Museum in memory of the famed Romanian composer (1881-1995), and the Astronomic Observatory.
Major museums in Bucharest include; National Museum of Art, Art Collections Museum, Museum of the City if Bucharest, National History Museum, Cotroceni Palace Museum, City Museum of Astronomy, National Military Museum, Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Arts, Village Museum, Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Natural History Museum, Museum of the Romanian Music, History Museum of the Jewish Comunity, Museum of the Armenian Community.
Arts / Shows
National Philharmonic, Opera House, Opereta House, National Drama Theater, Marionette Theater, Nottara Drama Theater, Odeon Drama, Jewish Theater, National Circus House.
Baneasa Forest and Zoo
Horse Riding Area in Corbeanca
The Siege of Rasnov Fortress
A mediaeval party, with costumes, arms and knights in shiny armours. Located in a real middle-age fortress, in the heart of a wild landscape.
A Night with Count Dracula
Vampires, ghosts, and Count Dracula himself, in the place where the prince was born; Sighisoara. Candle lights, camp-fire and red-like-blood strong wine. Even Count Dracula will mingle between the guests…
Hundreds of species of birds call the Danube Delta home, at least from late Spring until mid-Fall. Bird-watchers do not need any equipment (although binoculars help), no license is required, and there are plenty of locations throughout the Danube Delta to watch fowl in their natural habitat. Most bird-watchers are lucky enough to spot Black Pelican colonies.
With a terrain that ranges from steep and challenging to gentle and pleasant, Romania offers bikers of all skills and levels something to enjoy along its bike trails. Magnificent scenery offered by trails through woods or traditional villages invite bikers to stop quite often.
With more than 160 species of game fish, the Danube Delta is truly a fisherman's paradise. Trophy-size catfish, carp, pike, sturgeon and more thrive in the hundreds of lakes and rivers that dot the land of Romania. Fishing is permitted in any lake or river of Romania, year round, except from April 1 until May 31.
The Carpathian mountain range forms a huge arc in the center of Romania. In fact, 31% of the country is mountainous. Within this range are innumerable places of natural beauty; mountain peaks, gorges, lakes, forests, caves, mud volcanoes and fossil deposits. It is very easy to find a great hiking trail. Romania has more than 400 parks and nature reservations protecting hundreds of species of flora and fauna. The variety of terrain, from mountainous to gentle, offers something for every hiker regardless of skill or level. Rock-climbing enthusiasts should head for the main rock-climbing gateways; Busteni, Sinaia, Zarnesti and Petrosani.
Horseback riding becomes more and more popular in Romania.
Most popular rafting rivers are Cris and Olt.
A multitude of mountain resorts offer slopes from novice to challenging. Many of these resorts offer a multitude of other activities including cross-country skiing, snowboarding and tubing. The highest ski point in Romania has an altitude of 6,600 ft. The major ski resorts are Poiana Brasov, Sinaia, Predeal, Paltinis and Runcu.
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