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Bellu Cemetery Tour

Bellu Cemetery Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$22.54

Take a tour of Bellu Cemetery, one of the iconic and off the beaten track attractions of Bucharest. The place where death translates through historical monuments of great value, an open-air museum that gathers the eternal resting places of the most important personalities in the history of Romania ... More info ›

Take a tour of Bellu Cemetery, one of the iconic and off the beaten track attractions of Bucharest. The place where death translates through historical monuments of great value, an open-air museum that gathers the eternal resting places of the most important personalities in the history of Romania. This tour is a unique opportunity to go beyond the Old Town and discover more of Romania's capital.

The tour lasts around 2 hours and starts in front of the cemetery, easy to reach by subway or car.

You will meet your tour guide in front of Bellu Cemetery at the time you choose from the departing hours. The duration of the tour is around 2 hours, there is no entrance fee.

The walking tour starts with the history of this 19th century cemetery built where once a monastery and a garden of oranges existed. Your guide will show you the most famous monuments, like the works of art built by Ion Mincu, one of Romania's most important architects, the heart-moving statue of Sophia Mavrodin, the bizzare chapel of Iulia Hasdeu or the statues of the Poroineanu Brothers. 

Walking along the narrow alleys, you'll see also less-known chapels that are nonetheless enchanting, some intimate, some impressive, all fascinating, belonging to the richest families from Bucharest's old days of glory, before the Second World War. The tour includes also a visit to the main church of the cemetery.

For groups of maximum 3 people, a drop-off to central Bucharest is included in the price of the tour.

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Sibiu Walking Tour

Sibiu Walking Tour - Sibiu, Romania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sibiu, Romania

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$24.92

Take a 4 hours walking tour and uncover historical Sibiu and its fascinating past. The itinerary includes the three emblematic squares of the Old Town, the ruins of the fortified walls and state of the art churches and monuments. 

The tour follows the historical events in a chronological order, starting with the end of the 12th century when the city known back then as  Vila Hermani was founded by the German colonists - known as the Transylvanian Saxons -  who settled in this part of the region. 

This is the perfect tour for curious travelers who want to make the most out of their time in Sibiu.

The tour starts and ends in the Large Square.

The Large Square

The postcard image of Sibiu, the Large Square is the biggest of all the historical spaces in the Upper Town. Today, the Large Square is an open-air exhibition of fine Baroque-style monuments like the must-visit Brukenthal Museum and many more aristocratic residences from the past centuries ... More info ›

Take a 4 hours walking tour and uncover historical Sibiu and its fascinating past. The itinerary includes the three emblematic squares of the Old Town, the ruins of the fortified walls and state of the art churches and monuments. 

The tour follows the historical events in a chronological order, starting with the end of the 12th century when the city known back then as  Vila Hermani was founded by the German colonists - known as the Transylvanian Saxons -  who settled in this part of the region. 

This is the perfect tour for curious travelers who want to make the most out of their time in Sibiu.

The tour starts and ends in the Large Square.

The Large Square

The postcard image of Sibiu, the Large Square is the biggest of all the historical spaces in the Upper Town. Today, the Large Square is an open-air exhibition of fine Baroque-style monuments like the must-visit Brukenthal Museum and many more aristocratic residences from the past centuries. The space of the Square is also representative for the religious diversity of Sibiu that once meant powerful churches fighting for domination.

The Small Square 
The second fortification line from the Upper Town incorporated what we call today the Small Square, the place where Lower Town merchants sold their good in the medieval centuries. Some of the monuments here conserve even today the typical gallery architecture of the merchant houses.

Step on the famous Liars’ Bridge to reach the next attraction of the itinerary: Huet Square.

Huet Square
The oldest part of the Upper Tower and the place of the first fortification system, Huet Square is dominated by the Evangelical Church, an imposing monument built during several centuries, the legacy of the German colonist who founded Sibiu centuries ago.

Old streets and churches

Walk on some of the oldest streets in the city, discovering many old and interesting monuments. Not to mention, more of the old religious monuments in Sibiu: Ursulinelor Church, the Orthodox Cathedral and the Catholic Church.

Cetatii Street
One of the iconic streets in Sibiu, this part of the Upper Town preserves centuries-old defensive towers equipped for artillery fights. It’s part of the last fortification system built to protect the city. 

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Private UNESCO Heritage Day Trip from Sibiu

Private UNESCO Heritage Day Trip from Sibiu - Sibiu, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Sibiu, Romania

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$100.85

Take a private one day tour from Sibiu to discover the unique history and culture of Transylvania.

The trip includes visits to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the fortified church of Biertan and the medieval town of Sighisoara, plus a short walk in Malancrav, one of the most beautiful Saxon-style villages of Transylvania where you'll see another splendid medieval church with rare pre-Reformation paintings.

The tour includes also the hotel pickup and drop-off.

The day starts at 9 am when you will be picked up from your hotel in Sibiu, followed by a one hour and a hlaf drive to the fortified church of Biertan, the first landmark of the trip.

Biertan Fortified Church
The fortified church from Biertan is one of the largest in the region ... More info ›

Take a private one day tour from Sibiu to discover the unique history and culture of Transylvania.

The trip includes visits to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the fortified church of Biertan and the medieval town of Sighisoara, plus a short walk in Malancrav, one of the most beautiful Saxon-style villages of Transylvania where you'll see another splendid medieval church with rare pre-Reformation paintings.

The tour includes also the hotel pickup and drop-off.

The day starts at 9 am when you will be picked up from your hotel in Sibiu, followed by a one hour and a hlaf drive to the fortified church of Biertan, the first landmark of the trip.

Biertan Fortified Church
The fortified church from Biertan is one of the largest in the region. The 15th-century Gothic monument has a unique door with a complex locking system, a church organ with almost 1,300 pipes and, last but not least, a marital room where couples were locked back in the day until solving their problems.

Malancrav
One of the most beautiful villages in Transylvania, Malancrav currently has the largest Saxon population in the region. Dating from the early 14th century, Malancrav preserves its traditional houses and architecture, including the medieval church with the largest Gothic murals in Transylvania.

Lunch at own expense in Sighisoara.

Sighisoara
Sighisoara is one of the few medieval towns in the world still inhabited. You'll walk on its narrow and colorful streets, visiting Gothic style churches and centuries old towers that were once in the first line against enemy troupes. The walking tour takes place in the Upper Town, included entirely in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Romania.

Late afternoon drive back to Sibiu.

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Brasov Walking Tour

Brasov Walking Tour - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Brașov, Romania

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$36.78

Explore one of the most beautiful cities in Romania with this private 4 hours walking tour. The itinerary covers the must-see medieval landmarks of Brasov, including the Black Church, the ruins of the fortification walls and the towers and bastions that survived the centuries ... More info ›

Explore one of the most beautiful cities in Romania with this private 4 hours walking tour. The itinerary covers the must-see medieval landmarks of Brasov, including the Black Church, the ruins of the fortification walls and the towers and bastions that survived the centuries. The tour includes a detailed presentation of the history of Brasov and Transylvania.

The tour starts and ends in the Council Square, the heart of historical Brasov.

The walking tour of Brasov includes the followig attractions:

The Council Square

The iconic central square of Brasov is one of the oldest parts of this medieval city. The Council Tower proudly dominates the entire place, a centuries-old monument that had numerous identities along its history: a merchant place, a Town Hall, a prison, a headquarter for the all-powerful Local Council and now the History Museum of Brasov.

The Black Church

The most famous monument of Brasov and the most impressive Gothic-style church in this part of Europe, the Black Church holds numerous records. It has the biggest church bell in Transylvania, the largest collection of Oriental carpets in Europe outside Turkey, a state of the art organ and an overall beauty that easily place it as the must-see landmark in Brasov.

The Weavers' Bastion

Visit to the Weavers’ Bastion, one of the most remarkable and best-preserved fortifications of the city. The small museum organized inside the bastion offers a great chance to find out more about the troubled medieval history of Brasov.

The fortification system

Centuries ago Brasov was one of the most fortified cities in Transylvania. We'll see what remains of the strong fortifications that defended Brasov from invaders hundreds of years ago. We’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the old town.

Old streets and churches

We'll walk on some of the oldest streets of Brasov, including the famous Sforii Street, the narrowest in Romania. Not to mention, we’ll see more of the old religious monuments: a Synagogue, an Orthodox and a Catholic Church.

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Day Trip from Bucharest: Palace of Mogosoaia, Snagov Church and Targoviste

Day Trip from Bucharest: Palace of Mogosoaia, Snagov Church and Targoviste - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$99.66

This private one day tour departing from Bucharest will take you through centuries of Romanian history and culture.

The main attractions are the Palace of Mogosoaia, an early 18th century construction restored by one of Romania's most famous and talented princesses approximately one hundred years ago ... More info ›

This private one day tour departing from Bucharest will take you through centuries of Romanian history and culture.

The main attractions are the Palace of Mogosoaia, an early 18th century construction restored by one of Romania's most famous and talented princesses approximately one hundred years ago. Also, the 15th-century Snagov Church, and the medieval fortress of Targoviste, once the court of legendary prince Vlad the Impaler.

Private transfer from your hotel at 8:30 am. We drive around 1 hour to Mogosoaia Palace, a wonderful construction dating from 1702, the finest example of the local architectural style 'Brancovenesc'. The palace and its vast gardens have a fascinating history, marked by important personalities and the main events of the 20-th century.

Transfer to Snagov, the next stop of the itinerary where you'll visit the church of the former monastery of Snagov, scenically located on a small island. This beautiful church is supposedly the burial place of Vlad the Impaler. 

One hour drive to Targoviste to visit the ruins of the medieval fortress of Vlad the Impaler during his reign from the 15th century. The fortress also has a small exhibition focused exclusively on Vlad the Implaler, the prince who inspired the myth of Dracula. Also you will visit a small museum that features a collection of some of the oldest books in the country.

Lunch at own expense in Targoviste.

Drive back to Bucharest, 6 pm estimated arrival time.

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Bucharest Jewish Trail Walking Tour

Bucharest Jewish Trail Walking Tour - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$22.54

Join us for a 3-hour walking tour through the former Jewish neighbourhood of Bucharest, to discover the history of Jews in Romania, their heritage, their temples and landmarks, as well as their most prominent intellectuals. The tour also includes the entry ticket to the Choral Temple, the most beautiful synagogue in Romania that has been recently restored.

Bucharest never had a true Jewish district, nor a ghetto where they were forced to live during the Holocaust ... More info ›

Join us for a 3-hour walking tour through the former Jewish neighbourhood of Bucharest, to discover the history of Jews in Romania, their heritage, their temples and landmarks, as well as their most prominent intellectuals. The tour also includes the entry ticket to the Choral Temple, the most beautiful synagogue in Romania that has been recently restored.

Bucharest never had a true Jewish district, nor a ghetto where they were forced to live during the Holocaust. However, Jews have been settling in the city since early 16th century, mainly around the princely court and the main commercial routes of the city. Today, the areas where most Jewish families were concentrated are mostly forgotten and abandoned, although they are very close to Bucharest’s commercial center. However, their development potential is enormous and their history is very rich.

The Jewish Trail includes:

  • The lively streets once inhabited by Ashkenazi Jews
  • Abandoned & restored synagogues
  • The astonishing Choral Temple
  • The former Sephardic neighborhood
  • Jews during the Romanian Holocaust
  • The birth of the Yiddish theater in Romania
  • The emigration of Jews during the Communist regime
  • The demolition of the Jewish architectural heritage during the Communist regime
  • Famous Romanian Jews and their legacy

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