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Wine Tasting Experience in Oradea Fortress
- Duration: 1h 30mins
- Live guide in English
- Cultural introduction
- Plate of locally produced cheeses and sausages (will be available throughout the tasting)
- Package 1: 3 wine tastings
- Package 2: 5 wine tastings
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