8 Days Tour from Chisinau to Bucharest

Day 1: Airport Chisinau – Chisinau (city center) / 13 km; 20 minutes driving Meeting at the Chisinau International and transfer from airport to the hotel. Chisinau is the country’s main tourist destination, with beautiful Orthodox churches, museums and parks offering free wi-fi – a real life saver to any traveller. Locals call it the White Stone Flower, as many of the older building are of white limestone. Although Chisinau suffered two World Wars, the city saved its beauty with buildings designed by famous Russian architects, such as Bernardazzi and Sciusev. During the city tour we will get familiar with the local history, culture, architecture, and everyday life. Accommodation in Chisinau. Day 2: Chisinau – Cricova - Orheiu Vechi ( 16km/ 25 minutes driving) Cricova is one of the few wineries in the world that still produce sparkling wines according to the traditional Champenoise method. The wine ageing is done fully in the underground cellars, boasting 70 km in total length. Currewntly is is home to 1,2 mln bottles and 640 types of wines. The oldest wine in the collection and the only one of its kind in the world is the wine “Easter Jerusalem”, produced in just one batch in 1902. We will drive to Orheiul Vechi to visit one of the most impressive attraction of Moldavia: The Monastery carved in the Rock. As no were in the world, even in our days, the orthodox monks pray and spend all their life inside the caves transformed into monastery`s cells. Accommodation in Chisinau. Day 3: Chisinau – Capriana – Iasi (180 km / 3 h driving) After breakfast, you will discover the beauty of Capriana Monastery in Chisinau, one of the oldest monasteries of Moldova. Then you will depart to Iasi, the second-largest city in Romania after Bucharest. Accommodation in Iasi. Day 4: Iasi – Agapia Monastery – Bicaz Gorge – Sighisoara (350 km/ 6 h driving) We will visit Agapia, the biggest Monastery in Romania (over 500 nuns), where we will visit also the church with a unique inside painting, made by Nicolae Grigorescu. Next we take the road to Transylvania, driving through to the Bicaz Gorges, where, we will enjoy a real spectacle of the wild nature. The gorge twists and turns steeply uphill for 5km, cutting through sheer, 300m-high limestone rocks. We will also admire the beauty of the „Red Lake “, the largest natural mountain lake in Romania. Accommodation in Sighisoara. Day 5: Sighisoara – Biertan – Sibiel – Sibiu ( 110 km/ 2 h driving) Sighisoara (Schässburg), one of the most beautiful and well-preserved medieval cities in Romania. Here we will make the city tour by visiting the Citadel - a 12th century Saxon edifice located in the historic center. Still occupied, the citadel is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers the visitors sights like The Clock Tower, Dracula`s birth house, The Covered Staircase that leads to the wonderful Church on the Hill. we will follow the history`s tracks by visiting the citadel. We continue our trip through UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Biertan. We will visit here the 15th century fortified church, which used to be the Bishops' residence for more than 300 years. Accommodation in Sibiu. Day 6: Sibiu – Bran – Brasov (160 km/ 2,5 h driving) Sibiu (the European Cultural Capital 2007 and European Region of Gastronomy in 2019)  in order to discover the secrets of this magnificent medieval city. We will visit the main cultural objectives like: The Evangelical Church, the Liar’s Bridge, The Small Square with “the eyes of the city”, The Big Square. We will depart to Bran village, where the world-famous Dracula Castle is located. The castle was built in 1377 to safeguard the trading route between Transylvania and Wallachia, enlarged and restored a few times to become a royal residence in the 1920s under Queen Marie of Romania. Nowadays, Bran Castle is the most visited castle in Romania and is known, all over the world, as Dracula`s Castle. In Brasov we will have a city tour of the middle-aged city inside the Carpathian Arch, visiting the main touristic features: The Council Hall, the Black Church, the 14th century St. Saint Nicholas Church, the Schei quarter, The Rope Street (the narrowest street in Romania).   Day 7: Brasov – Sinaia - Bucharest (170 km/ 3 h driving) The Royal Family`s favourite city (Sinaia) will be our next target. The gateway to wild nature is possible here, a mountain resort known also as „The Pearl of the Carpathians “. This place impresses everyone by the beauty of its landscapes, guarding a treasure of the Romanian history: The Peles Castle, used as a summer residence for the royal family, this monument represents a symbol of elegance and nobility. Day 8: Departure from Bucharest Airport According with your flight schedule, you will be transferred to the Airport Bucharest (OTP).  

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Astra Traditional Folk Museum + Sibiu Highlights Tour

Starting times of the city tour: 9:00: German 11:00: English 16:00: German 18:00: English Children under 6 are free of charge, no tickets required

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Balea Lake & Mountain Panoramic Bus + Fairy Castle

Balea Bus is a touristic bus service between Sibiu and the Transfagarasan Road. The Transfagarasan mountain road is one of the most spectacular roads in the world. Located in Romania, it runs trough Fagaras mountains and it represents a challenge for every driver because of its sharp hairp in turns. Built between 1970 and 1974 by the military forces, the Transfagarasan has more tunnels and viaducts then any other road in Romania. You will discover the beauty of the glacial Balea Lake (2034 m). In the period July – October we can drive on the Transfagarasan Road - the highest altitude pass road. During the period October – June, you can travel with Balea Bus from Sibiu until Balea Waterfall and from here you can take the cable until Balea Lake. Fairies Castle, located on the bank of the river Porumbacu, at the foot of the great Făgăraș mountains, is an enchanting place, a unique concept of Natural Story House. The location looks like the castles from the fairy tales.  

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BaleaBus

Balea Bus is a transfer service between Sibiu and the Transfagarasan Road

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BaleaBus 2021

Transfer from Sibiu to Trasfagarasan Road and back

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Brukenthal Palace + Sibiu Highlights Tour

Have a guided tour of Sibiu and learn its historical past and cultural events. Starting from the Big Square (Piata Mare) and continuing on the old streets of the city you will see the main attractions of the city, like Small Square with the "Eyes of the City", The Evangelical Church, The Famous Liars' Bridge, The Orthodox Cathedral of Sibiu and many more. Explore the narrow streets, colourful buildings in the three central squares, houses arches, courtyards and mysterious tunnels, passageways and rooftops old mottled with "eyes" wide open will make you feel the flair of the city.

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Bucharest by Night

This tour is the perfect way to end a day in the capital city of Romania. If you don’t have time to wander around you can book this tour for a one hour and a half night drive through the city center to discover the most interesting sites and to hear the story of the little Paris. The itinerary depends on the pick-up point, but it will include: Free Press Square – Herastrau Park – The Arch of Triumph – Kiseleff Boulevard – Victory Square – Peasant Museum – Geological Museum – Government Palace – Victory Road – George Enescu Museum (Cantacuzino Palace) – Revolution Square – Hilton Athenee Palace Hotel – The Athenaeum – Royal Palace (National Museum of Art) – Revolution’s Memorial – Kretulescu Church – Military Circus – Cismigiu Park – Kogalniceau Square – Opera House – Military Academy – Parliament Palace – Constitution Square – Union Boulevard – Union Square – Coltea Hospital – University Square – Magheru Boulevard – Romana Square.

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Bucharest City Tour and Wine Tasting

Created for anyone who loves to indulge in good wine and great food, this tour gives you a chance to sample celebrated Romanian wines along with various local cheeses. Whether you’re a passionate and knowledgeable wine buff or just enjoy the simple pleasure of a drink or two, wine tasting in Bucharest is an experience not to be missed.

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Bucharest Evening Tour and Traditional Dinner

Even if sometimes confusing and exasperating, Romania’s capital city will always impress its visitors and the mixture of cultures is the main reason. This tour will reveal Bucharest with its most interesting and original stories, places and people, giving you the chance to see the city “behind the scene”. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at a nice local restaurant to enjoy a traditional Romanian dinner.

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CITY TOUR BRASOV IN ENGLISH

Join us on this 2-3 hours walking tour of Brasov

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CITY TOUR BRASOV IN GERMAN

Join us on this 2-3 hours walking tour of Brasov

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CITY TOUR CLUJ -NAPOCA IN ENGLISH

Join us on this 2-3 hours walking tour of Cluj-Napoca You will visit this places: Bánffy Palace • Continental Hotel Cluj • Matei Corvin House • St. Michael's Church • The Benedictine Monastery • The headquarters of the Babes Bolyai University •The Mirror Street • The Museum Square • The National Theater • The old Town Hall • The Orthodox Cathedral Cluj • The ruins of the old Roman camp • The Union Square Cluj

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City Tour Sibiu in English

Join us on this 2-3 hours walking tour of Sibiu, where we can admire the wonderful churches, museums and buildings of great architectural and historical value of the "European Capital of Culture 2007" and "European Region of Gastronomy 2019"   You will visit places like: Brukenthal High School • Brukenthal Museum Sibiu • Citadel wall with the 3 towers • Haller House • Luxemburg House • Pharmacy Museum • Stairs Passage • Thalia Hall • The Big Square • The Catholic Church Sibiu • The Council Tower • The Evangelical Church • The General's Tunnel • The Huet Square • The Liars` Bridge • The Orthodox Cathedral Sibiu • The Schiller Square • The Small Square with the "Eyes of the City" • Town Hall

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City Tour Sibiu in German

Stadtrundgang durch Hermannstadt

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CITY TOUR SIGHISOARA IN ENGLISH

Meeting point: Info Point - Sighişoara Citadel Departure hour: Daily at 11 a.m. and 16:00 p.m Founded by Transylvanian Saxons during the 12th century, Sighişoara is a fine example of a small, fortified medieval town which played an important strategic and commercial role on the fringes of central Europe for several centuries. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this perfectly intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches rivals the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna for atmospheric magic. It is also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. It was he who inspired Bram Stoker's fictional creation, Count Dracula.

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CITY TOUR SIGHISOARA IN GERMAN

Meeting point: Info Point - Sighişoara Citadel Departure hour: Daily at 11 a.m. and 16:00 p.m Founded by Transylvanian Saxons during the 12th century, Sighişoara is a fine example of a small, fortified medieval town which played an important strategic and commercial role on the fringes of central Europe for several centuries. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this perfectly intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches rivals the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna for atmospheric magic. It is also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. It was he who inspired Bram Stoker's fictional creation, Count Dracula.

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CITY TOUR TIMISOARA IN ENGLISH

Meeting point: Romanian National Opera, Victory Square  Departure hours: 10 AM or 4 PM  We invite you to explore one of the biggest cities in Romania, built on the site of an ancient Roman fortress form the 13th century. Situated on the northern bank of the Bega River, Timisoara impresses everyone by the charm of its vibrant cultural life, but also by its rich historical heritage. Take your time to discover the first European city that used the horse-drawn trams (1869) and electrical street lightning (1889) and the first Romanian city that reacted at the Revolution in 1989 against the Communist regime. The walking tour of Timisoara begins with the downtown (quarter “Cetate”, the former “Inner City”) and presents the essential image of Timisoara: many old buildings in the styles of Art Nouveau or Baroque, large pedestrianized squares touched by the European history, the multicultural character of the city and of the Banat region. We begin with the visit of Victory Square, known also by the name of Opera Square enjoying the visit of the impressive Orthodox Cathedral, the Opera and Theatre House. Next, the Liberty Square hosts the Old City Hall with the Turkish inscription shows again the mixture of cultures, religions and civilization. The Union Square is dominated by the Catholic dome-church, the Serbian-orthodox Cathedral and by the President`s Palace – the Arts Museum. The city will delight us with a walk through the ruins of the old fortress, constructed in the well-known Vauban Style. 

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Coast Tour from Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse, The Archaeology and History Museum, Ovid Square (stop in Tomis port and walk into Ovid Square), Mamaia resort, where you will have a walking session in the center of the resort. On the way to Techirghiol resort, a place bordered by a salt-lake with a beach used for the sapropelic mud-bath (a remedy for rheumatism and not only). In Techirghiol you will visit the Wooden Church of Holly Mary, brought there in 1930s from the northern part of Romania. Returning to the ship you will pass through the resort of Eforie North.

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DANUBE DELTA - Multi Day - Safari Tour

Operating period: May - October Program Day 1 1. Bucharest (09:00) – Tulcea (13:30) by bus. 2. Tulcea (13:30) – Crișan (16:00) by ship. The fisherman will wait for you at the pier in Crișan. Accommodation at the Fisherman’s house Gherasim 2*, a clean, nice and simple guesthouse (2 rooms sharing a bathroom). Day 2 & 3 After breakfast, you will experience by a fishing boat, the enchanting flora and fauna of the unique habitats of Danube Delta. We will enjoy our lunch bucket and then we will float through the beautiful scenery along the narrowest channels to the large lakes surrounded by reeds, poplars and willows, surrounded and served as a home to many species of birds. Later in the afternoon, we’ll go back to the hotel. Dinner in the pension. Accommodation at the Fisherman’s house Gherasim 2* Day 4 Breakfast 1. Crișan (09:00) – Tulcea (11:30) by ship 2. Tulcea (12:00) – Bucharest (16:30) by bus

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Day Tour to Sibiu from Brasov

This day trip will help you discover the beauty of Transylvania with its old buildings full of history. Today, head west driving parallel towards the Meridional Carpathians. Your first stop will be at Fagaras where you will visit the only fortress built by Romanians from Transylvania during the Middle Ages. Next, head towards Carta, the former Abbey of the Cistercian Order, and the birthplace of the Gothic architectural style in Transylvania. Your next stop will be Sibiu where you will discover a unique medieval atmosphere. On a city tour, see the main cultural objectives such as the Evangelic Church, the Liar’s Bridge and the Council Tower etc. Have some free time in Sibiu. Arrive in Brasov at the hotel where you will check-in at around 18:00.

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Day Tour to Sighisoara & Biertan

Share a tour to the glorious UNESCO World Heritage medieval citadel of Sighisoara passing through the hills of Transylvania which offer a unique scenery.

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Day tour to Sighisoara & Viscri from Cluj

Today we will visit two of the most spectacular sites in Transylvania: the unspoiled medieval city of Sighisoara and the picturesque village Viscri (home to the Mihai Eminescu Trust, HRH Prince Charles’ project in Transylvania). In the morning we will depart from the hotel and drive for a couple of hours towards Sighisoara. We will drive through many small villages that have always been inhabited by a vast number of ethnics: Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Jews and Romany. We will eventually reach Sighisoara, a medieval city founded by German colonists in the 13th century and placed strategically on the top of a hill to protect it from the invading enemy troops. Most of the fortification was kept intact and armed towers still guard the city. The Clock Tower, the former Benedictine monastery, the Lutheran Church from the upper part of the city, the narrow streets, but also the supposed birthplace of Count Dracula, give the town its enchanting medieval atmosphere. We will visit the museum inside of the Clock Tower, which hosts a medieval clock mechanism that is based on small wooden statues, representing Roman gods, who move every night. Leaving Sighisoara behind, we head towards Viscri. The village has become well known due to the involvement of several charitable foundations in the preservation of the local culture and historical heritage of the area. One of these foundations, the Mihai Eminescu Trust is under the patronage of HRH Prince Charles. The highlight of the village is for sure the fortified church, dating back to the 12th century, which was later fortified with big walls and towers to protect the villagers from the enemies. Nowadays, the old towers have been turned into an interesting museum of the village. Not only the church, but also the village itself is are under UNESCO patronage. Almost all of the houses were built in the 15th and 16th century, so bible quotations, proverbs and family coat of arms can be seen on the facades. All restoration works were carried out with local labor and materials. We invite you to take a walk through the most beautiful village ensemble in Transylvania, to visit the fortified church and take a journey into an almost forgotten world. In the evening we will return to Cluj.

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Day Tour to Sighisoara from BV

Share a tour to the glorious UNESCO World Heritage medieval citadel of Sighisoara passing through the hills of Transylvania which offer a unique scenery and visit also the spectacular village of Viscri

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Day trip to Alba Iulia and Sibiu from Cluj

Today’s journey is about discovering two milestones in the Transylvanian history: Alba Iulia and Sibiu. Departing from Cluj at 9 A.M., we will drive approximately two hours to reach Alba Iulia. Founded by Roman colonists in the 2nd century AC, it was not only the main point of an important commercial route, used to bring gold from the mountains, but also the place where the gold was prepared for shipment to Rome. The city had to have three temples, a forum and hundreds of administrative and private buildings; some of their ruins have been restored in the past years and can be visited today. Following the Hungarian conquest of the region, the city was rebuilt in the 10th century, becoming one of the religious centers of the country. The catholic cathedral, dating back to the 10th century, is the oldest church in the country and is a unique architectural treasure, combining Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles. Many rulers and bishops were buried here, among them, Johann Hunyadi, the prince of Transylvania and father of the Hungarian king Mathias Corvinus. As a sign of religious tolerance, just a couple of meters away, you can find the orthodox cathedral, built in the 1920s especially for the coronation of the Ferdinand and Maria, king and queen of Romania. The architecture is typical for the Romanian-orthodox churches. Among so many highlights, probably the biggest one is the Austrian Vauban citadel, built in the 18th century, almost unspoiled until today. At noon one can witness the changing of the Austrian guards, including a parade with old costumes and horses. Departing from Alba Iulia, we will drive to Sibiu. The city was founded by German colonists in the 12th century and has been the central point of the Transylvanian Saxons ever since. An Italian chronicler of the 16th century named the city “not much bigger then Vienna. We invite you to discover the three main squares, with the patrician palaces, the guilds residences and the workshops of the craftsmen, the medieval fortification walls and defensive towers, of which many have survived until today. Or you can just relax with a glass of fine Transylvanian wine. The local museums are also worth a visit – the most important one is situated in the former palace of Governor Samuel von Brukenthal, and hosts art unique pieces of art, such as paintings of Titian or Peter Breughel. In the evening we will return to Cluj.

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Day trip to Arad from Timisoara

On your way towards Arad you will admire the Roman Catholic Church and the Square from Vinga village. After that we will drive to Arad, capital city of Arad County in Banat region of western Romania, a city of impressive buildings and architecture, with many of the main sights located along the principal thoroughfare, the broad, tree-lined, Bulevardul Revolutiei with trams running along it. These include the impressive white City Hall Palace (1875), the Palace of Culture (1911-1916), the neo-gothic and secessionist-style Red Church (1906), the large, domed Roman Catholic Church (1902-1904) and the neo-classical State Theatre (1874). Your next stop will be at Maria Radna Monastery, which is a catholic church opened for pilgrimage and after that we will drive to Soimos to admire the beauty of Soimos Fortress. After a short stop in Charlottenburg (the only circular village in Romania) we will take a break in Altringen where you can have the lunch/ dinner or you can just enjoy a coffee and some cookies.

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Day trip to Bigar Waterfall and Danube Gorge form Timisoara

Our route starts from Timisoara, in a southerly direction, towards Danube river, which is Europe's second-longest river, after the Volga River, and also the longest river in the European Union region. It is a long driving road but it surely worth to be crossed. During this trip we will enjoy one of the most spectacular parts of Romania. Our departure will be early in the morning. We will drive through the spectacular Danube’s Gorge where we will see the Decebal’s Rock The rock sculpture of Decebalus is a 42.9 m in height and 31.6 m in width carving in rock of the face of Decebalus, the last king of Dacia, who fought against the Roman emperors Domitian and Trajan to preserve the independence of his country, which corresponded to modern Romania.Here we will discover also unique landscapes created by the nature. Then we will admire the beauty of Bigar Cascade Falls, protected area situated in the administrative territory of Bozovici. Bigar is one of the most unusual waterfalls in the world and one of the most beautiful in Romania. According to The World Geography, there are a number of facts that place her as number one on the list of eight unique waterfalls around the world due to the way the water spreads and falls in tiny shreds of water. Late in the evening we will return in Timisoara.

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Day trip to Maramures from Cluj

Today’s journey is going to take us to Maramures, one of Romania’s the most traditional regions. It is very well known, in particular because of the wood-culture and the many ethnic minorities living here for centuries. Each and every house and church used to be built out of wood, as woodcarving is still one of the most popular occupations in this area. After a couple of hours of driving from Cluj, we will reach Baia Mare, the capital of the region. It used to be one of the wealthiest cities in Romania. Leaving Baia Mare we reach our next destination of the day: the wooden church of Surdesti. The interior of the church is of a rare simplicity and beauty: on the walls one can see many scenes from the Old and New Testament, such as the life and works of the Prophet Elias and the Judgment Day. Although the church is under UNESCO patronage, it is still being used each day by the local community, who has decorated it with several handmade carpets and towels. Leaving Surdesti behind, we will cross the Gutin Pass and reach Sighetu Marmatiei. The small city is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Romania, with Romanian, Hungarian, Jewish, German and Ukrainian communities living together for centuries. Sighet is also home to one of the country’s most interesting museums. Thousands among the regime’s adversaries/opponents have suffered terrible traumas in this establishment, which has now been turned into an interesting museum of the communist resistance. We will have the chance to discover this sad, but important part of the Romanian history. Next on our list is one of the most interesting sights in the Maramures: the Merry Cemetery of Sapanta. An old tradition, gives the locals the belief in life after death. This is the reason why death is seen as something normal, as a next step in life. A local artist decided to paint funny scenes on the cross of a deceased, something that would later on turn this cemetery into a unique resting place across the world. The tradition is still being continued today as the cemetery is full of crosses telling funny, uncensored stories about boozers, Lovelace and communist party members. From Sapanta we will return to Cluj and if there is still enough time, we will visit the wooden church in Bogdan Voda.

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Day trip to Oradea and Baile Felix from Cluj

Even to the people who live here or for those who visit it a lot, Transylvania will always have the power to surprise and reinvent itself. Old cities dusting themselves off and presenting themselves in new and modern clothes, small communities rediscovering their heritage and cuisine, or natural sites preserving some of Europe’s last untouched mountains and forests – you name it, Transylvania will surprise you each time. We will depart from Cluj in the morning and after about 2,5 hours, will reach the city of Oradea. It used to be one of the most important religious and historical cities in Transylvania, with an impressive 18th century citadel, restored in the past years, where one can witness the many phases of Transylvanian history. The city center is a landmark for the Jugendstil architecture, with several palaces, hotels and institutions, designed by brilliant artists, that have been brought to light in the past couple of years. We will get a chance to discover the Orthodox and Catholic cathedral, the Zion Synagogue and the famous, “Black Eagle” hotel. We invite you to just sit back, enjoy a glass of Transylvanian wine and discover Oradea’s flair. At noon, we will drive to “Baile Felix”, a place famous for its healing thermal waters and enjoy an afternoon at a local spa. Different kinds of massages and treatments, warm pools and an aquaworld with several waterslides await us. In the evening we will return to Cluj.

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Day trip to Rameti & Alba Iulia from Cluj

We will depart from Cluj in the morning and drive to the small village of Rameti, where one of the oldest monasteries in Romania can be found. It was most probably founded in the 13th century and has seen most of the important dates in the Transylvanian history. The old frescoes, the church museum, as well as the natural scenery are worth a visit. From here, we will depart to Blaj, a lovely city, situated on the Mures Valley, in a picturesque wine region. Although its ethnic composition has always been very colorful, it became the center of the Romanian emancipation movement in the 18th and 19th century. We will visit the Greek-Catholic cathedral and find out more about the great gatherings from 1848 and 1868 and about the important people who lived here. After lunch, we will reach Alba Iulia and visit the old Habsburg citadel (very nicely restored in the past years), with Roman and medieval ruins, as well as the two cathedrals: the 1000-year-old St. Michael Catholic dome and the Orthodox Unification Cathedral, which was specially built after World War One, to celebrate the crowning of King Ferdinand and Queen Marry. After this, we will visit the local history museum and find out more about important landmarks in the Romanian history, such as the campaigns of Michael the Brave or the Uprising of Horia, Closca and Crisan. In the evening, we will return to Cluj.

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Day trip to Sarmizegetusa & Denus from Cluj

This journey gives will give you the chance to visit some of Romania’s most interesting and mysterious monuments. We will travel back over two thousand years in time, to discover the ancient civilization of the Dacians, considered to be the ancestors of the Romanian people. Because of the local gold, silver, iron and salt mines, they were able to reach a very high degree of development, both civilian and military. Their complex fortification system was built around the capital city, Sarmizegetusa, probably one of the most evolved cities of those times in this part of Europe. We will enter the main gate and walk next to the old paved road to reach the center of the fortification. The visit is spectacular: one can view very well conserved ruins of a solar calendar, of religious temples (used for human sacrifices) and of other administrative and private buildings . Departing from the Sacred Mountain, we will hike back to the car and drive to our next destination. In the afternoon we will drive to one of the oldest and most bizarre churches in the country. It is situated in Densus, a small village, close to the antique Dacian and Roman settlements. This is the reason why most of the material used to build this church, comes from antique pagan temples. The interesting fact is that the old Roman (marble/stone) gods and tombstones are standing right next to Christian icons and frescoes. It really is an interesting experience. Driving through Sebes and Alba Iulia, we will return to Cluj.

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Day trip to Turda from Cluj

Today’s journey is going to take us to some of Transylvania’s most enchanting impressive underground treasures, to the Salt Mine of Turda and the medieval mining center of Rimetea. Prepare yourselves for a great journey filled with lovely traditions, exciting stories and breathtaking landscapes. Turda lies at the foot of the Western Carpathians, perhaps the most spectacular mountains in Romania. Because of the limestone soil composition, the landscape is extremely spectacular, deep caves, wild gorges and fast flowing rivers can often be found here. Close to Turda we will hike through the Cheile Turzii Natural Park, home of several rare species of animals and plants. After approximately one hour, we will reach the other side of the mountains and our buses will pick us up and drive us back to the city. Leaving the beautiful landscape of the Apuseni Mountains behind, we will return to Turda. In the Middle Ages the city was very rich due to the local salt mines. Ever since Roman times, these mines have been exploited, the salt produced here being taken to Rome. During the Austrian domination the mines became critical for the Transylvanian industry, large amounts of money being invested here. Starting with 2007 and benefiting from massive investments, the salt mine was transformed into an interesting museum and concert center. We will go hundreds of meters below sea level, admire the large galleries and get the chance to find out more about this amazing place. In the afternoon we will depart from Turda and drive to one of Transylvania’s best kept secrets: the small village of Rimetea. It was built by German and Hungarian miners in the 13th century and had, until the industrial revolution of the 19th century, a leading role in the Transylvanian economy. After that the village was almost deserted, leaving the beautiful houses, watermills and the whole village panorama unchanged. In the evening we will return to Cluj.

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DRACULA WEEKEND from Bucharest

A complete tour that gives you the chance to visit the most popular places in Romania! No need to worry about transfers, accommodation, a guide, nor entrance fees, this tour has it all. Our driver and guide will pick you up from the Otopeni Airport Bucharest. The highlights of this tour are:

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DRACULA WEEKEND from Sibiu

A complete tour that gives you the chance to visit the most popular places in Romania! No need to worry about transfers, accommodation, a guide, nor entrance fees, this tour has it all. Our driver and guide will pick you up from the Otopeni Airport Bucharest. The highlights of this tour are:

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Experience Bulgaria

Meeting point: Benjamin Franklin Parking (nearby landmarks: Romanian Athenaeum Concert Hall & Hilton Athenee Palace Hotel), District 1, Bucharest Departure hour: 08:00 AM Operating days: Daily Duration: ~11 hours

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Experience the Transylvanian Highlands

The destination "Transylvanian Hills" stretches around the Hârtibaci valley, the left bank of the Great Târnava and the right bank of the Olt, on an area of approximately 260,000 hectares. More than 100,000 inhabitants live in 44 communes and cities in this area. Tourists come to the south of Transylvania (on the Sibiu - Sighișoara - Brașov axis), attracted by the wild nature, the mosaic landscapes, the meadows with secular oaks, the picturesque communities and the beauty of the quiet life they experience here.  Go beyond the asphalt, on the roads that have been walked on for centuries by people, who will open the doors to their houses and to their souls and will invite you into their world, which goes on according to different rules, those of nature and of balance in the environment.  

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Gastronomical Tour in the Surroundings of Sibiu

Meeting point: Carpathian Travel Center office; Piata Mare, no. 12 Departure time: 14:00  Operating days: Daily Duration: 5 hours Route: Sibiu – Cisnadie - Cisnadioara (stop for visit) – Rasinari (stop for visit) – Poplaca – Orlat – Sibiel (stop to visit) – Cristian (stop to visit) - Sibiu

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Gastronomical Tour to Balea Lake

Meeting place: Sala Thalia Parking Departure time: 09:00 AM Operating days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Duration: 10 hours

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Gastronomical Walking tour Brasov

Discover how nature and the territory influences the local cuisine, we will talk about the characteristics of the local products and cuisine during a walk through the woods of Brașov.

Gastronomical Walking Tour Sibiu

The cuisine of southern Transylvania is a mosaic that reflects the multicultural gastronomic and cultural influences of the populations and various trends in society. In our region, we have 11 different cultural influences: on the one hand of those who lived here (Romanians, Saxons, Hungarians, Armenians, Hebrews and Roma), on the other hand influences of surrounding, regional or historical powers and authorities (Austrian, Turkish, Russian, French and Greek).

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Half Day Bucharest Sightseeing Tour

Being over 550 years old, Bucharest went through a series of continuous changes, representing the central scene of Romania’s political, artistic, university, financial and cultural life. Between both world wars, due to the elegant architecture and the elite living here, the city was nicknamed “The Little Paris.”

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Half day tour in the surroundings of Sibiu

We offer you the chance to visit Cisnadie, Cisnadioara and Sibiel. The villages close to Sibiu where you will find different cultural mixtures that define the area.

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Half Day Tour to Balea Lake and Clay Castle in Fairy Valley

Program: This is the best road in the world – said Jeremy Clarkson in a Top Gear episode while comparing it to a race track. Still, Transfagarasan offers so much more besides the amazing driving experience, connecting the south of Romania with Transylvania, going straight across the massive Fagaras Mountains through five tunnels and winding roads that needed 6,500 tons of dynamite to be built. Transfagarasan is 90 km long and reaches an altitude of 2,042 meters, being the second highest road in Romania after Transalpina that has the maximum altitude of 2,145 meters. Balea Lake, an iconic glacial lake located at an altitude of 2,034 meters, close to the highest point of the road. It’s the main resource for creating a unique attraction in Romania, the Ice Hotel. Every year, the hotel is built from ice blocks taken from Balea Lake, and every year it’s fully booked before it starts to snow in Romania. Transylvania is a home not only to a vampire hotel, but also to the Valley of the Fairies. Located in a village Porumbacu de Sus, Romania, Clay Castle of the Valley of Fairies is a newly built hotel. Beautiful Carpathian Mountains serve as a mesmerizing backdrop, for this charming little home away from home. The Clay Castle hotel consists of ten rooms and each has its own entrance. The hotel is built with Eco-friendly materials only: clay, sand, straw and wood were used to build the place. It also has a restaurant, which will serve an organic food. There is no doubt, that soon this place is on top of the list of places to visit in Romania. Even now, when construction is still going on, visitors come to enjoy picturesque spot.

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Half-Day Tour to Malancrav & Biertan

We offer you the chance to visit Biertan and Malancrav. The villages close to Sighisoara where you will find different cultural mixtures that define the area.

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Hiking in South Transylvania 2021

Available dates: • 03.04.2021 – 10.04.2021 • 03.07.2021 – 10.07.2021 • 17.07.2021 – 24.07.2021 • 31.07.2021 – 07.08.2021 • 07.08.2021 – 14.08.2021 • 04.09.2021 – 11.09.2021 • anytime for small groups (starting with 4 participants)

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Hiking Tour in the Carpathian Mountains

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver. Together we visit the amazing Carpathian montainsin and have a bike ride on the wild paths.

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Long Tour of the Coast from Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse, The Archaeology and History Museum, Ovid Square (stop in Tomis port and walk into Ovid Square), Mamaia resort, where you will have a walking session in the center of the resort. On the way to Techirghiol resort, a place bordered by a salt-lake with a beach used for the sapropelic mud-bath (a remedy for rheumatism and not only). In Techirghiol you will visit the Wooden Church of Holly Mary, brought there in 1930s from the northern part of Romania. Driving North you will visit the resorts of Neptun, where you will have a stop for walking around and enjoy the atmosphere of the resort at one of the terrace restaurants. Jupiter, Aurora Cap and Saturn will be the other resorts to be crossed on the way to Mangalia town, the second important port of Romania to the Black Sea. A bird-eye view of the marina and you will be on the way back to the ship.

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Maramureș Multi Day Private Tour

Operating period: 26.03.2020 – 15.11.2020 Starting days: starting from Wednesday – Saturday   Program Day 1 Sibiu – Turda (visit Salt Mine) – Cluj Napoca (lunch & city tour) – Vișeu de Sus - Accommodation in Vișeu de Sus Km / Driving time: 350 km / 7 hrs   Day 2 Vișeu de Sus (ride with the steam train into the Vaser Valley) – Săpânța (visit Merry Cemetery) – Bârsana (visit wooden church, an UNESCO-Heritage) - Ieud (visit wooden church, a UNESCO heritage). Accommodation in Vișeu de Sus Km / Driving time: 6 hrs by train + 170 km / 3 hrs   Day 3 Vișeu de Sus – Bistrița (city tour and visit of the Evangelic Church and Tower) – Târgu Mureș (city tour and visit of the Palace of Culture) - Sibiu

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Mocanita Tour from CLJ

Today we will guide you trough an unforgettable experience on Europe’s last historic forest railway to Viseu de Sus, close to the Ukrainian border. Ever since ancient times, Maramures has been mainly known due to its thriving wood-based industry for the thriving civilization of wood. The forest and their resources have represented the main way to make a living for the local people. Elders still maintain the habit of saying a prayer before cutting a tree. Also, many religious holidays in these places are directly related to forest and trees. Frequent attacks of enemies have forced the locals to adapt to a particular lifestyle: each time they were attacked by enemies, they had to retreat into the mountains and virtually abandon their homes and villages. After the invaders withdrawal, people started rebuilding the villages. Everything was made of wood: houses, churches, gates, even cemeteries. Many of these treasures of architectural heritage are still preserved today. Almost every household is built out of wood, has a wooden gate and keeps a room of dowry. A lot of traditions have been preserved here, despite the economical and industrial development of the last two centuries. One of the most interesting between tradition and technology is represented by the Mocanita of the Vaser Valley. Built in the 1920s, after the first World War the forest railway was fit into the mountain rail system that was built around the country at that time. In the late 80s, in Romania there were about 6.000 km of narrow railway. After 1990, most of these railways were destroyed, with few exceptions. One of these exceptions is the forest track from the Vaser Valley. The train hasn’t stopped working, being used in logging in northern Maramures. Since the year 2000, with help from the Swiss foundation Hilfe fur die Wasserthalbahn, trains have been also used to transport tourists. This railway is unique in Europe because of its steam locomotives, which drive small wagons into remote areas, completely isolated from any modern life. Get ready for a unique adventure in a landscape of rare beauty, where time seems to have stood still. In the evening we will return to Cluj.

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Mogosoaia Palace, Snagov & Caldarusani Monasteries Tour

Discover the beautiful surroundings of Bucharest and visit three of the most important and appreciated sites: Mogosoaia Palace, an over 300-year-old palace located in a charming and very large park; Snagov Monastery, which became so famous thanks to the Legend of Dracula as, according to local stories, it is believed that in the monastery, Vlad the Impaler has his grave and the beautiful Caldarusani Monastery, one of the oldest and largest Orthodox Monasteries in Wallachia.

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Museum of Icons on Glass + Dinner with a Local Family

You will visit Sibiel, a typical Transylvanian village in order to see the museum of icons painted on glass. After a walk in the village you serve the dinner at a peasant’s family. Return to Sibiu. Transfer from hotel in Sibiu to Sibiel and return by car with professional English speaking guide.    

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Museum of the 1989 Revolution + Best of Timișoara Tour

We invite you to explore one of the biggest cities in Romania, built on the site of an ancient  Roman fortress form the 13th century. Situated on the northern bank of the Bega River, Timisoara impresses everyone by the charme of its vibrant cultural life, but also by its rich historical heritage. Take your time to discover the first European city that used the horse-drawn trams (1869) and electrical street lightning (1889) and the first Romanian city that reacted at the Revlution in 1989 agains the Communist regime. The walking tour  of Timisoara beggins with the downtown (quarter “Cetate”, the former “Inner City”) and presents the essential image of Timisoara: many old buildings in the styles of Art Nouveau or Baroque, large pedestrianized squares touched by the European history, the multicultural character of the city and of the Banat region. We begin with the visit of Victory Square, known also by the name of Opera Square enjoying the visit of the impressive Orthodox Cathedral, the Opera and Theatre House. Next, the Liberty Square hostes the Old City Hall with the Turkish inscription shows again the mixture of cultures, religions and civilisation. The Union Square is dominated by the Catholic dome-church, the Serbian-orthodox Cathedral adn by the President`s Palace – the Arts Museum. The city will delight us with a walk through the ruins of the old fortress, constructed in the well known Vauban Style.  

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O incursiune scurta in Cazanele Dunarii

Program: Sambata • 07:00 plecare din Sibiu • 09:00 Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana (vizita optionala) • 12:00 pauza de pranz in Orsova • 13:00 ne indreptam spre Eeselnita unde vedem intrarea in Cazanele Dunarii Optional: plimbare cu barca în zona Cazanele Dunării unde vizitam urmatoarelor obiective turistice: Chipul lui Decebal, Golful Dubova, Peștera Ponicova, Intrarea în Cazanele Mari, Cazanele Mici, Golful Mraconia (Tabula Traiana fiind pe partea Sarbeasca se taxeaza suplimentar RON 10,00 / persoana – aceasta vizita fiind si ea optionala) • 15:30 Manastirea Sf. Ana • 18:00 Muzeul Regiunii Porților de Fier (vizita optionala) • 19:00 sosire la unitatea de cazare de 3* din zona Drobeta Turnu Severin • Timp liber Duminica • 08:00 mic dejun • 09:00 Muzeul Turbinelor Portile de Fier I (vizita optionala) • 12:00 Targu Jiu (vizite la Coloana Infinutului, Poarta Sarutului si Masa Tacerii) + pauza de pranz • 13:30 plecare prin Defileul Jiului inspre Petrosani • 18:30 sosire in Sibiu Servicii incluse: • Transport din/pana in Sibiu conform program cu autocarul sau microbuzul (in functie de nr de persoane) • Curatarea si dezinfecatrea zilnica a autocarului sau microbuzului (la sfarsit de program) • Toate taxele de parcare de pe traseul indicat • Diurna si cazarea soferului • Insotitor grup • Diurna si cazarea insotitorului de grup • Cazare cu mic dejun in zona Drobeta Turnu Severin la hotel/pensiune 3*, in camera dubla cu baie proprie • 1 masca de protectie / zi Pret: RON 240,00 / persoana*

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One Day in Transylvania from Timisoara

This one day trip takes us to the southwestern part of Transylvania, giving us the chance to see the ruins of an ancient city, a very picturesque Gothic castle and a beautiful Vauban type fortress, very well preserved. We depart from Timisoara in the morning and, after we cross the Carpathians, we arrive in Ulpia Traiana Augusta Dacica Sarmizegetusa – this was the full name of the ancient capital build by Romans at the beginning of the 2nd century, after they’ve conquered more than half of today Romania. We can se the ruins of the ancient amphitheater, the ruins of the city and we can visit the museum holding a lot of the objects excavated here. Next stop is at Hunedoara, the hometown of Joannes Corvinus (Iancu de Hunedoara). In the 14th century he was the governor of Transylvania, an important military leader, and the greatest fighter against the Ottomans of his time. His castle is the biggest Gothic civil building in southeastern Europe. We’ll have the opportunity to visit the castle from the torture chamber to the highest tower. Last stop is Alba Iulia, one of the former capitals of Transylvania. Once an important Roman city, Alba Iulia became the capital of Transylvania in the Middle Age, and a new fortress was built on the top of the roman ruins. Later, at the beginning of the 18th century, a beautiful star-shaped Vauban fortress was built. Some parts from the roman and middle aged fortress are preserved while almost the entire Vauban fortress is still standing. Everything was carefully renovated – walking on the streets of the fortress is a pleasure.

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One Day Tour to Constanta

 Situated at the crossroads of several commercial routes, Constanta lies on the western coast of the Black Sea. Constanta is more than just the entry point to the Black Sea coast. It is a place with a long and interesting past, attested by its many Roman vestiges, historic buildings, facades and mosques that colour the Old City Centre.

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Privat Tour to Alba Iulia, Turda Salt Mine and Cluj Napoca

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver for a day trip to the superb vauban style fortres of Alba Iulia, the Turda Salt Mine and the center of Transylvania Cluj Napoca.

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Private Hiking and Bear Watching in the Carpathians: Brasov - Piatra Craiului

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver. Together we visit the amazing Carpathian montainsin the Piatra Craiului region we will al so see the Zarnesti bears sanctuary.

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Private Tour in the Sourrundings of Brasov

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver through the superb area of the Brasov. Visiting the most famous tourist attractions like Sinaia, Prejmer, Raznov si Bran.

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Private Tour to Balea Lac, Avrig and Carta

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver through the superb area of the Sibiu.Visiting the most famous tourist attractions like Avrig, Carta, Transfagarasan.

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Private Tour to Pearl of Transylvania – Sighisoara

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver to the UNESCO World Heritage medieval citadel of Sighisoara visiting tourist attractions as The UNESCO World Heritage Fortified Church in Biertan, Malancrav Fortified Church and Agnita

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Private Tour to Sinaia & Bucharest

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver to visit the beautiful mountain city of Sinaia and the capital of Romania Bucharest, also known as the Paris of the East.

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Private Tour to Transfagrasan Road and Sibiu

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver. Together we visit the amazing Transfagarasan road and Sibiu the "European Capital of Culture 2007" and "European Region of Gastronomy 2019"

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Private Tour: Crossing the Transfagarasn Road into Wallachia

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver. Together we visit the amazing Transfagarasan road crosing the Carpathian montains we reach Poienari fortress, built by Vlad Tepes (also known as the Dracula). Going down the valley to Curtea de Arges monastery burial site of the kings of Romania. On our way back we stop at Cozia monastery built in 14th century.

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Romania in 2020: Country & People

The tour starts and ends in Bucharest. After meeting the guide you begin the visit of the city: you will see the Palace of Parliament (the Ceausescu Palace)- the second largest building in the world. Next we drive to Transylvania. You will pass across the Carpathians in order to see the Peles Castle in Sinaia and Dracula's  Castle in Bran. Then we drive to Moldavia and to Transylvania. On your journey you will visit monuments of the UNESCO Heritage lists such as the Church- Castle in Prejmer, Sighisoara's citadel, Biertan Fortification but also the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina such as Voronet, Moldovita and Sucevita. In this tour we want to show you not only the medieval cities (eg. Brasov and Sibiu) but also the life of simple people in Romania. To show you this our guide will visit with you some peasant families, priests and nuns. We want to show you Romania how it is, without any make-up! Note: The tour and the package-price are guaranteed starting from 2 participants.

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Romania in 2021: Country & People

The tour starts and ends in Bucharest. After meeting the guide you begin the visit of the city: you will see the Palace of Parliament (the Ceausescu Palace)- the second largest building in the world. Next we drive to Transylvania. You will pass across the Carpathians in order to see the Peles Castle in Sinaia and Dracula's  Castle in Bran. Then we drive to Moldavia and to Transylvania. On your journey you will visit monuments of the UNESCO Heritage lists such as the Church- Castle in Prejmer, Sighisoara's citadel, Biertan Fortification but also the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina such as Voronet, Moldovita and Sucevita. In this tour we want to show you not only the medieval cities (eg. Brasov and Sibiu) but also the life of simple people in Romania. To show you this our guide will visit with you some peasant families, priests and nuns. We want to show you Romania how it is, without any make-up! Note: The tour and the package-price are guaranteed starting from 2 participants.

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Salina Turda Entrance + Transfer from Cluj Napoca

Salina Turda is the largest salt mine accessible to tourists in the world. Marvel at the vast spaces and discover the salt mine museum. The price includes transfer from Sibiu to Salina Turda and return and tichet to Salina Turda.

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Self driving tour Transylvania and Bucovina

Self driving tour Romania

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Shared Tour to Brasov

Share a tour to the glorious medieval city of Brasov passing through the hills of Transylvania which offer a unique scenery.

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Sibiu Pass

Take a guided tour of Sibiu and learn about its fascinating history and culture

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SighisoaraBus 2021

Transfer from Sibiu to Sighisoara and back

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SPA Day for everybody

Meeting point: ARIA Center in Sibiu, Duration: 3,5 hours Where to go on rainy days in Sibiu? Where to spend half a day to relax in Sibiu? For both questions, the answer is ARIA Aqua & SPA. We invite you to explore ARIA Center in Sibiu, open all year long, with 3 indoor swimming pools. In the Wellness & Spa section, you can relax in the saunas, hammam, jacuzzi, ice fountain or in the swimming pool with saltwater. In the end, you will enjoy 30 minutes of a relaxing massage.

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The Ancient Citadel of Histria - Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse, The Archaeology and History Museum, Ovid Square, Mamaia resort, Histria Citadel, return. Histria is one of the oldest settlements in this part of Europe belonging to the 6th century BC and which became a leading commercial center of the region for several centuries during the BC period. In Histria you will visit both the museum and the ruins of the citadel. On the way back, you will have a souvenir shopping stop in the center of Mamaia resort, before reaching the vessel.

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The Real Dracula Tour

There is an Egyptian motto that goes like this: “Man fears time, but time fears the pyramids”. I think that in our case, we could easily say that “Man fears time, but time fears good legends,” Dracula’s legend being one of them and as Oscar Wilde said, it is probably the most beautiful novel of all time. Join us and find out the real story of Dracula in this only one day journey.

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The Roman Conquest and Bacchus Delight - from Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. Sightseeing of the port surroundings including the Port Museum, Ex-Casino (under reconstruction), the Genovese Lighthouse and on the way to Adamclisi village where the great monument built at the order of Trajanus Emperor was erected in 109 AD. First you will visit the renovated monument which shows scenes from the clashes between the Roman Legions and the native Dacians. A ten minute drive and you will visit the Museum of the monument, where actual artefacts of the monuments are exhibited and a panoramic view of the fortress will round up the image of the Roman Conquest. Bacchus was the God of grapes and wine will be met at “Patrician” organic wine factory to accompany you in tasting eight kinds of wine together with some snacks. If you like the wine you can purchase on the spot. On the way back to the ship.

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The Saxon trail with an Equestrian Adventure

The Saxon trail In the morning you will be transferred to Aposu, at Villa Abbatis, the starting location of your adventureous day trip. After your arrival at Villa Abbatis, we take  Stejerișu (Probstdorf) path, where a small Saxon community is still to be found and is happy to share their stories with us. We will go up in the Speck Tour and taste speck, green onions, oven baked bread and the local brandy. Mr. Misch will exaplin all about this old custom of keeping speck supplies up in the tower and why Saxons were not allowed to touch their own supply until the first thunder in the new year was to be heard. For those of you who are vegetarians, there is a variety of cheeses available. After we’re start eating in the tower and under te spell of brandy we are going for a proper lunch cooked Saxon. Don’t eat too much even if is delicious because we still have to walk around in the village and talk about the local architecture than take the way back. 

The “Last Days of Communism” Tour

Romania has been a communist country for more than 40 years, between 1948 and December 1989. Nicolae Ceausescu became the General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party in 1965 and the president of the Socialist Republic of Romania in 1974. 15 years later, he was removed from power and executed after a violent revolution during the winter of 1989. While nowadays Romania is a democracy, the communist period remained interesting as well as controversial.

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Tickets for Church on the Hill + Sighișoara Highlights Tour

The scenic city of Sighişoara has a long history, with its small, fortified medieval town having played an important strategic and commercial role on the edge of central Europe for several centuries. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this 16th-century gem features nine towers, charming cobbled streets, burgher houses, and ornate churches that would rival anything found in Prague or Vienna in terms of atmosphere. The city is also known for its connection with Vlad Tepes (also known as Vlad Dracula, or Vlad the Impaler), who served as the inspiration for the creation of Count Dracula by Bram Stoker.

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Tickets for Transfer from Sibiu to Brasov or Bucharest Otopeni Airport

I. Route : SIBIU -> BRASOV -> OTOPENI AIRPORT   STATION Departure 1 Departure 2 Departure 3 Sibiu 19:45 01:15 05:15 Avrig 20:10 01:40 05:40 Fagaras 21:00 02:30 06:30 Brasov - Direct Aeroport 22:00 03:30 07:30 Otopeni Airport 01:00 + 1 06:30 10:30 II. Route: OTOPENI AIRPORT -> BRASOV -> SIBIU AIRPORT   STATION Departure  1 Departure  2 Departure  3 Otopeni Airport 19:45 00:30 04:15 Brasov  - Direct Aeroport 22:45 03:30 07: 30 Fagaras 23:45 04:30 08:30 Avrig 00:40 + 1 05:00 09:05 Sibiu 01:00 + 1 05:30 09:15 Sibiu Airport  01:15 + 1 05:45 09:30

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Tour to Hunedoara and Alba Iulia

We offer you a tour with your private guide and driver for a day trip o the old capital of Dacia Sarmizegetusa a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Corvin Castel in Hunedoara and the superb vauban style fortres of Alba Iulia.

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Transylvania Hiking 2020

The tour starts and ends in Sibiu, in Transylvania. You can travel to Sibiu by plane, train or bus. After you meet the specialized hiking guide you will go to Rasinari, a nice shepard village, located 9 km from Sibiu. From here we start every day our trekking trips. On the day trips we visit simple romanian, german saxon and gypsy villages, travelling trough the Transylvanian Woods and the Cindrel Mountains. Our journey will bring you in the highest Carpathians in Romania - the Fagars Mountains. Included is the visit of Sighisoara and Biertan. This tour is for people who like spending time outdoors, in nature, but also visiting the cultural sights- the UNESCO Heritage of Transylvania. This tour is not for athletes but for all those who already have some experience in hiking.

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Trip into the Danube Delta from Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. From the pier you will drive for about 90 minutes to Tulcea (depending on traffic), where you will board the little motor-boat to cruise the channels and canals into the Danube Delta. The wild life of the Danube Delta counts more than 3000 species of animals and birds. Fish is also a richness of the delta. Lunch will be served onboard or in a fishers’ village depending on the level of the water in order to save time and see more things.

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Trip to Bucharest from Constanta

Meet & Greet at the Passenger Pier, English speaking guide. From the pier you will drive for about 200 minutes to Bucharest (depending on traffic). The tour of Bucharest includes: visit of the Romanian Parliament – the second largest administrative building in the world, visit of the Village Museum or Romanian Peasant Museum (depending on weather), Old Center of Bucharest – aka “Princes Court”, the main boulevards of the town. The walk in the Old Center will include some time at leisure for eventual lunch (not included), as there is a large variety of restaurants in the area. During the second half od the afternoon you will be on the way back to the ship. *

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Two Castles in One Day

Meeting point: In front of the Romanian Athenaeum just in front of the little garden (1-3 Franklin St., Sector 1, Bucharest), next to Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel. Departure hour: 08:00 AM Operating days: Daily Duration: 12-13 hours

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Unhealthy Food Tour of Bucharest

  Take a break from your diet and explore different neighbourhoods of Bucharest by tram, walking and by trolleybus. Enjoy delicious tastings of traditional Romanian grilled ground meat rolls, Wallachian doughnuts and chill out with a beer in Romania’s biggest and oldest traditional market as you discover the local architecture and learn about Bucharest’s history and culture.

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Visit Transylvania in 8 days

We invite you to discover Transylvania! The most visited romanian castles - Dracula's Castle, Peles Castle, villages where time almost stood still, fortified churches, UNESCO heritages, the highlights of Transylvania in 8 days tour. A short description of the tour: The tour starts and ends in Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Here are two big international airports: Otopeni and Baneasa and here is also the biggest railway station in the country: “Gara de Nord”. After meeting the guide you begin the visit of the city: you will see the Palace of Parliament (the Ceausescu Palace)- the second largest building in the world. Next we drive to Transylvania. The first city to visit is Brasov - a very beautiful medieval citadel in the Carpathians. After visiting the Black Church, the largest Gothic construction between Istanbul and Vienna, we drive to DRACULA'S CASTLE in Bran. Having as start point Brasov, we will visit the most important church-castles in Transylvania, which are UNESCO Heritage. We will be in the pearl of Transylvania, Sighisoara,  on the 4th day. Here we have dinner in Dracula's Birth House. Next we visit Sibiu -  the European Capital of Culture 2007 and the simple villages around this city. Then we  cross again the Carpathians in order to visit the Monastery in Curtea de Arges (an unique monument showing influences of Christian and Islamic architecture). We return to Bucharest. Here you will have spare time in “the Little Paris”. The guide will drive you to the airport for your flight back. On the Intinerary you can check all the destinations/places that are included on this tour. See you in wonderfull Transylvania! Please note: The price and tour are guaranteed starting from 4 participants

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