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Private UNESCO Heritage Day Trip from Brasov

Private UNESCO Heritage Day Trip from Brasov - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$100.94

Take a private one day tour from Brasov to discover the unique history and culture of Transylvania. The trip includes visits to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites from the region: the fortified churches of Viscri and Sachiz, the medieval town of Sighisoara, plus a tour of one of the largest fortresses in Transylvania.

You get to walk in traditional Saxon villages, exploring the architecture and getting to know the daily life of locals from the countryside.

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 Brasov, followed by a one hour drive to beautiful Viscri, a traditional Saxon village where you’ll see the first landmark of the trip.

UNESCO Heritage in Viscri
Take the time to discover the village, one of the most authentic in Transylvania, renowned for its traditional looking Saxon houses and the 12th century fortified church part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Walk in the village after the visit at the fortified church.

Around 40 minutes drive to the next landmark, the fortified church of Saschiz.

UNESCO Heritage in Saschiz

Built around 300 years later than the fortified church from Viscri, the UNESCO Site from Saschiz is one of the best examples of how the religious and military purposes were combined in a single landmark, a unique architectural phenomenon in this part of Europe.

Around 20 minutes drive to Sighisoara.

Lunch at own expense in Saschiz or Sighisoara, depending on your preferences.

UNESCO Heritage in Sighisoara
Sighisoara is one of the few medieval towns in the world still inhabited ... More info ›

Take a private one day tour from Brasov to discover the unique history and culture of Transylvania. The trip includes visits to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites from the region: the fortified churches of Viscri and Sachiz, the medieval town of Sighisoara, plus a tour of one of the largest fortresses in Transylvania.

You get to walk in traditional Saxon villages, exploring the architecture and getting to know the daily life of locals from the countryside.

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 Brasov, followed by a one hour drive to beautiful Viscri, a traditional Saxon village where you’ll see the first landmark of the trip.

UNESCO Heritage in Viscri
Take the time to discover the village, one of the most authentic in Transylvania, renowned for its traditional looking Saxon houses and the 12th century fortified church part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Walk in the village after the visit at the fortified church.

Around 40 minutes drive to the next landmark, the fortified church of Saschiz.

UNESCO Heritage in Saschiz

Built around 300 years later than the fortified church from Viscri, the UNESCO Site from Saschiz is one of the best examples of how the religious and military purposes were combined in a single landmark, a unique architectural phenomenon in this part of Europe.

Around 20 minutes drive to Sighisoara.

Lunch at own expense in Saschiz or Sighisoara, depending on your preferences.

UNESCO Heritage in 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.

One hour and a half drive back to Brasov, stopping half way for an evening visit at Rupea Fortress.

Rupea Fortress
This 14th century snail shaped monument is one of the major defense landmarks from the medieval times when Transylvania was constantly under attack.

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Brasov Walking Tour

Brasov Walking Tour - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$36.81

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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Transylvania's Saxon Roots - Day trip from Brasov to Sighisoara and Viscri

Transylvania's Saxon Roots - Day trip from Brasov to Sighisoara and Viscri - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$86.69

Wander around Transylvania and discover its Saxon roots in a one-day trip from Brasov. You will explore the medieval villages of Viscri and Biertan and their fortified churches, visit the impressive Sighisoara Citadel, the Rupea Fortress, and the city center of Brasov.

The first destination of the day is Viscri, one of Transylvania’s famous Saxon Villages, whose fortified church is included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites ... More info ›

Wander around Transylvania and discover its Saxon roots in a one-day trip from Brasov. You will explore the medieval villages of Viscri and Biertan and their fortified churches, visit the impressive Sighisoara Citadel, the Rupea Fortress, and the city center of Brasov.

The first destination of the day is Viscri, one of Transylvania’s famous Saxon Villages, whose fortified church is included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. The Viscri Fortified Church is Lutheran church built in a Romanesque style, and it was fortified in 1500. Its halls were lengthened and linked to the keep, and another level was added to the keep, that was fortified with battlements.

Prince Charles is one of the personalities that fell in love with Viscri and described it as a passage through time. Its old houses, some of which were built hundreds of years ago, have a particular charm given by their pale colors and windows covered by shutters. This peaceful village is only occasionally disturbed by a wooden carriage that crosses its dusty roads.

We will then head to the city of Sighisoara, whose historical center is also included in the UNESCO Patrimony. Sighisoara is home to one of the few inhabited medieval citadels in Europe. Due to its remarkable architecture and stunning surrounding landscape, the city earned the name of “The Pearl of Transylvania” ever since the end of the 19th century. In Sighisoara you will visit the Clock Tower, one of the most remarkable landmarks of military architecture in Transylvania, as well as the uncontested icon of medieval and pre-modern public authority.

Next, you will visit a village that was mentioned for the first time in official documents in 1224. Biertan was presented in a BBC reportage as “one of Transylvania’s seven Saxon UNESCO World Heritage Village, frozen in time”. Today, the settlement is known worldwide due to its Fortified Church, restored with funds raised by former inhabitants of the village which are now spread all over the world.

You will then enjoy a delicious lunch in a medieval restaurant. The solid wood furniture, the paintings of knights and princesses, the armors, swords, and helmets, the Celtic music and warm dishes blend together and create an unforgettable atmosphere. Here you will also find a tavern – medieval, of course – where you can delight yourself with local wines and more.

Before heading back to Brasov, we will stop at Rumidava, a former Dacian settlement. During the Roman occupancy, the name of the settlement was changed to Rupes, and here we will visit the Rupea Citadel, erected on the Cohalmului Hill, that silently guards the city. The Citadel was constructed and extended in the 14th and 17th centuries, and it served as a safe haven for the surrounding villages.

Your tour will come to an end in Brasov, where you will take a tour of the city center and discover the history of the Black Church.

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Local experience around Brasov

Local experience around Brasov - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$81.94

Discover the unspoiled beauty of an authentic mountain village, mentioned in National Geographic’s book “Greatest Landscapes”, and then walk through nature and taste the fresh milk and traditional dishes of the Bran-Moieciu area.

This tour will help you experience the picturesque lifestyle of Transylvania and discover a small part of Romania's history and traditions.

The first destination on our list is Bran Castle, a location with a history of more than 6 centuries, more commonly known as Dracula’s Castle ... More info ›

Discover the unspoiled beauty of an authentic mountain village, mentioned in National Geographic’s book “Greatest Landscapes”, and then walk through nature and taste the fresh milk and traditional dishes of the Bran-Moieciu area.

This tour will help you experience the picturesque lifestyle of Transylvania and discover a small part of Romania's history and traditions.

The first destination on our list is Bran Castle, a location with a history of more than 6 centuries, more commonly known as Dracula’s Castle. Over the ages, the legends of the castle became stronger than its history, and hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Bran Castle each year in search of Dracula.

You will then visit a quaint village located at height of more than 1,000 meters. This land is a true piece of heaven, being surrounded by some of the most important Carpathian Mountains, such as Bucegi, Leaota, Piatra Craiului, and Postavarul.

Next, we will head to the Bats’ Cave, located in the north-west of the Bran platform, at an altitude of approximately 950 meters. The cave was created by the erosion of the mountain by the Valea cu Cale Creek, and its name is given by the massive bat colonies that live inside it, including some unique species of bats.

You will take a visit to Fundatica, an area located at the highest altitude in Romania. In this place, the fresh mountain air keeps the locals healthy, and the average lifespan of more than 80 years serves as a testimony to this claim.

After a delicious traditional lunch, you will start a trekking journey towards a traditional sheepfold, where you will see how the sheep are milked and how the local cheese is produced, following methods and traditions passed down from generation to generation.

At last, we will catch the sunset in Brasov, where we will visit the city’s Old Town, a place which preserved the layout of its streets as well as the medieval fortifications that surround the city.

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1 Day Off Road Tour Brasov

1 Day Off Road Tour Brasov - Brașov, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$163.88

You will take a day off from the crowded city and explore the wild part of Romania.
You will reach isolated places and admire beautiful sights.
100% guaranteed adrenaline!

Off Road in Transylvania - Adrenaline and beautiful places to discover.
Travelling with a 4x4 car is the best way to visit and discover authentically Romania, it gives you the possibility to reach places forgotten by the world, untouched by civilization and explore the nature and the wildlife.
Take a day off the city with a adventure off road trip, a real challenge through the wild exploring the nature.
If you want to take the adventure to a next level without being frightening we recommend the 4x4 trip through the Romanian Mountains, where you will find sensational sights where you can test your skills and admire beautiful landscapes.

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You will take a day off from the crowded city and explore the wild part of Romania.
You will reach isolated places and admire beautiful sights.
100% guaranteed adrenaline!

Off Road in Transylvania - Adrenaline and beautiful places to discover.
Travelling with a 4x4 car is the best way to visit and discover authentically Romania, it gives you the possibility to reach places forgotten by the world, untouched by civilization and explore the nature and the wildlife.
Take a day off the city with a adventure off road trip, a real challenge through the wild exploring the nature.
If you want to take the adventure to a next level without being frightening we recommend the 4x4 trip through the Romanian Mountains, where you will find sensational sights where you can test your skills and admire beautiful landscapes.

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Rafting in Brasov

Rafting in Brasov - Brașov, Romania

Duration: Flexible
Location: Brașov, Romania

From USD
$130.63

Rafting tour suitable for all including families:
Waves, waterfalls, water games and amusement.
Available for beginners; You do not need to know how to swim.
We offer complete rafting equipment.

Rafting tour - enjoy one of the best outdoor experience.
We operate every Saturday from March to November.
Daily for groups of minimum 5 persons.

- The most requested rafting tour
- Difficult passages between WW II (easy) and WW IV (difficult). At high flow path can be modified, for your safety
- Many trains of waves, waterfalls between 1 and 2 m, water games and amusement
- You will be asked to paddle sometimes supported
- Available for beginners; You do not need to know how to swim
- We offer complete rafting equipment 

This tour is suitable including families, the risks are minimal ... More info ›

Rafting tour suitable for all including families:
Waves, waterfalls, water games and amusement.
Available for beginners; You do not need to know how to swim.
We offer complete rafting equipment.

Rafting tour - enjoy one of the best outdoor experience.
We operate every Saturday from March to November.
Daily for groups of minimum 5 persons.

- The most requested rafting tour
- Difficult passages between WW II (easy) and WW IV (difficult). At high flow path can be modified, for your safety
- Many trains of waves, waterfalls between 1 and 2 m, water games and amusement
- You will be asked to paddle sometimes supported
- Available for beginners; You do not need to know how to swim
- We offer complete rafting equipment 

This tour is suitable including families, the risks are minimal. All our guides have experience with children and take precautions for them.

Program:
The river is 100 km far from Brasov (about 2 hours drive), you wil arrive by personal car ( transfer from the hotel to the river not included)
Arrival to the river , equipment and briefing
Rafting 2-3 hours 
Transfer back to the car

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