- Bellu manor – a beautiful manor built in the old Romanian style
- Lacerta winery Romania – a private wine tasting session
- Thracian necropolis – old, Thracian tombs dating back from 2600 years ago
- Stone church – the church made of travertine
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But until you reach the vineyards, you will stop at an old aristocratic manor to get to know the old-fashioned lifestyle: the Bellu manor in Urlati.
Bellu manor in Urlati
The Bellu manor was built in the middle of the 19th century, in the old Romanian style. It was the home of the family of Baron Alexandru Bellu, a descendant of a wealthy Macedonian family who settled in Urlați.
The manor is located in a picturesque area, surrounded by a park with old trees.
After a guided tour inside and in the pavilion, you can take a walk on the domain to see the vineyards that stretch out on the hills.
Bell manor in Urlati
Once you reach the winery in Dealu Mare, you will first admire the vineyards and then enter the main building. The wine tasting session includes 3-5 varieties of wines, and at the end you can choose to buy one or more bottles if you want.
During the tasting, a specialist will tell you about the history of the wines obtained here and about their production process.
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Wine tasting at Lacerta winery
The stone church
The stone church is built of the famous Naeni stone extracted from the nearby quarry. From the foundation to the altar, the builders used the same material – stone.
The Thracian Necropolis
Near the church you will see the Thracian Necropolis. Between 800 and 600 BC, Thracians living on the tops of the area buried their dead in stone-hollowed tombs. The first such tombs were opened in 1938 and since then the place has been called the Thracian Necropolis.
After you explore the Necropolis, it’s time to go back to Bucharest. Your guide will drop you off at your hotel or other location of your choice.