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Small-Group Hiking Day Trip in Ciucas Mountains from Bucharest

Small-Group Hiking Day Trip in Ciucas Mountains from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: Flexible
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$156.76

This is a full day hiking tour, for a small group, that will take you to one of the most beautiful mountain areas in Romania, the Ciucas Mountains. It is a great way to spend quality time in the heart of nature, exploring the quiet forest, taking photos of the amazing landscapes, and having a laugh with your friends ... More info ›

This is a full day hiking tour, for a small group, that will take you to one of the most beautiful mountain areas in Romania, the Ciucas Mountains. It is a great way to spend quality time in the heart of nature, exploring the quiet forest, taking photos of the amazing landscapes, and having a laugh with your friends. You will visit famous landmarks such as the Bratocea Gates, witness spectacular views of the Gropsoare Ridge, the tower of Goliath ( famous climbing route ) and the Ciucas Peak.

The Ciucas Mountains are some of the most spectacular in Romania, and are part of the Carpathians range. They benefit from amazing landscapes and are perfect for one day tours. The area is always a perfect choice for both trekkers and photographers.

Some of the highlights on the day tour include: the bizzare rock formations (The Pigeon, The Tower of Goliath, The Elephant), 360 degrees viewpoints towards Bucegi, Piatra Craiului and Brasov, great photo opportunities from Ciucas Peak (1954 m alt.).

Start your day by heading out of Bucharest towards the Valenii de munte, Cheia and the Bratocea Pass.

Continue your hike in the Bratocea Area, witness spectacular views from the Ciucas Peak and return to Bucharest in the evening (drop off at the hotel).

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Day Trip to Peles Castle and Piatra Craiului National Park from Bucharest

Day Trip to Peles Castle and Piatra Craiului National Park from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$207.82

This is a full day sightseeing tour, starting from Bucharest, taking you to Peles Castle, then to the beautiful traditional mountain villages in Bran area. The tour ends in Piatra Craiului National Park, with a lovely walk in the gorges.

Peles Castle is one of the most famous attractions in Romania ... More info ›

This is a full day sightseeing tour, starting from Bucharest, taking you to Peles Castle, then to the beautiful traditional mountain villages in Bran area. The tour ends in Piatra Craiului National Park, with a lovely walk in the gorges.

Peles Castle is one of the most famous attractions in Romania. It served as the royal residence of King Carol I, and it is one of the most beautiful castles in the world. Built between 1873 and 1914, the castle is a testimony of Neo-Renaissance architecture.

Romania benefits from a spectacular countryside so on this tour we will visit two of the most scenic Transylvanian villages in Bran area, Pestera and Magura. Later in the afternoon, after a delicious meal at a traditional guesthouse in the village, we will go to Zarnesti Gorges, in Piatra Craiului National Park. The area is a famous place for photographers, hikers and climbers.

Itinerary & program:

Bucharest - Sinaia (visit at Peles Castle) - Bran area - Pestera village (lunch at a private guesthouse; visit, if available, at a sheepfold; easy to medium hiking in the area for approx. 1 h) - drive through Magura village (with stops for photos) - Zarnesti Gorges (easy walking for approx. 30 - 40 min.).

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A 7 days Transylvania tour including a visit at Turda salt mine and Alba Iulia fortress

A 7 days Transylvania tour including a visit at Turda salt mine and Alba Iulia fortress  - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 7 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$1098.49

This is a spectacular and different tour in Transylvania, offering you the chance to visit the famous Turda salt mine, the fortress of Alba Iulia (where King Ferdinand and Queen Mary were crowned), and some of the most scenic mountain villages where the traditions still play an important role.
Not to be missed also are the Corvin castle, built in gothic style, the beautiful Sibiu city, and Brasov.

This is a 7 days tour, for a small group, that will take you deep in the heart of Transylvania. The program is meant to reveal amazing places in Romania such as Turda salt mine (very modern and science fiction looking like), Alba Iulia fortress (one of the most beautiful in Europe), Corvin Castle (built around the XV th century), traditional saxon villages (where the locals can be observed doing their daily chores), and old cities like Brasov and Sibiu.

Itinerary & visits:

Bucharest - Sibiu (with stops in Cisnadie and Cisnadioara, two beautiful villages once inhabitated by german population) - Alba Iulia (visit at the old fortress, where King Ferdinand and Queen Mary were crowned) - Turda (visit at the spectacular salt mine) - Hunedoara (visit at Corvin castle, built in gothic style) - Carta (scenic transylvanian village) - Brasov (visit in the old city) - Bucharest.

This is a spectacular and different tour in Transylvania, offering you the chance to visit the famous Turda salt mine, the fortress of Alba Iulia (where King Ferdinand and Queen Mary were crowned), and some of the most scenic mountain villages where the traditions still play an important role.
Not to be missed also are the Corvin castle, built in gothic style, the beautiful Sibiu city, and Brasov.

This is a 7 days tour, for a small group, that will take you deep in the heart of Transylvania. The program is meant to reveal amazing places in Romania such as Turda salt mine (very modern and science fiction looking like), Alba Iulia fortress (one of the most beautiful in Europe), Corvin Castle (built around the XV th century), traditional saxon villages (where the locals can be observed doing their daily chores), and old cities like Brasov and Sibiu.

Itinerary & visits:

Bucharest - Sibiu (with stops in Cisnadie and Cisnadioara, two beautiful villages once inhabitated by german population) - Alba Iulia (visit at the old fortress, where King Ferdinand and Queen Mary were crowned) - Turda (visit at the spectacular salt mine) - Hunedoara (visit at Corvin castle, built in gothic style) - Carta (scenic transylvanian village) - Brasov (visit in the old city) - Bucharest.

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Small-Group One Day Tour to Bran Castle and Trekking in Piatra Craiului National Park from Bucharest

Small-Group One Day Tour to Bran Castle and Trekking in Piatra Craiului National Park from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: Flexible
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$207.82

This one day tour first takes you to the spooky Bran castle or also known as Dracula's Castle, and then go for a combination of sightseeing and trekking around Piatra Craiului National Park.

Bran castle needs little introduction. Also known as Dracula's castle, because of the similarity between Stoker's blood thirsty vampire and Vlad the Impaler (one of Romania's cruellest rulers, who was at Bran for a few months), it was initially built as a fortress, and centuries later, it became Queen Mary's favourite residence.

The next highlight are the scenic Transylvanian villages, Pestera and Magura, a true paradise for photographers ... More info ›

This one day tour first takes you to the spooky Bran castle or also known as Dracula's Castle, and then go for a combination of sightseeing and trekking around Piatra Craiului National Park.

Bran castle needs little introduction. Also known as Dracula's castle, because of the similarity between Stoker's blood thirsty vampire and Vlad the Impaler (one of Romania's cruellest rulers, who was at Bran for a few months), it was initially built as a fortress, and centuries later, it became Queen Mary's favourite residence.

The next highlight are the scenic Transylvanian villages, Pestera and Magura, a true paradise for photographers. The journey will continue with trekking in the heart of Piatra Craiului, up to Curmatura hut (1470 m).

Itinerary & visits:

Bucharest - Bran castle (visit) - Pestera village ( lunch) - drive to Magura village - Zarnesti gorges - trekking up to Curmatura hut for approx. 2 hrs - return to Zarnesti gorges on a different route (approx. 2 hrs) - Bucharest.

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Private Walking Tour of Communist Bucharest

Private Walking Tour of Communist Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$57.00

Book a private and complete one day tour of communist Bucharest. The tour is led by a professional guide with degrees in Political Science and Tourism, the perfect combination for travelers curious to find out more about the communist regime.

You will get to know the whole history of the Communist Party, from its illegal days to its violent seizing of power, its main leaders, the critical decisions and their consequences while visiting the key landmarks the regime left behind.

This is mainly a walking tour, but some parts of it are done by car to save time.

The order of the attractions may vary depending on the starting point ... More info ›

Book a private and complete one day tour of communist Bucharest. The tour is led by a professional guide with degrees in Political Science and Tourism, the perfect combination for travelers curious to find out more about the communist regime.

You will get to know the whole history of the Communist Party, from its illegal days to its violent seizing of power, its main leaders, the critical decisions and their consequences while visiting the key landmarks the regime left behind.

This is mainly a walking tour, but some parts of it are done by car to save time.

The order of the attractions may vary depending on the starting point.

The communist Civic Center
We ross Dambovita River to the other side of central Bucharest where Romania's last communist dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu, built a completely different city after demolishing several historical neighbourhoods. 

The Palace of the Parliament
We visit the Parliament Palace, the second largest administrative building in the world and a symbol of the communist regime. This is no doubt the most famous landmark from Romania’s communist period and the second largest administrative building in the world. Part of Ceausescu’s vision for creating his own version of the capital, the construction is truly monumental with more than 1,000 rooms. It's full of details, like hand-made decorations from the finest and most expensive materials, including 1 million cubic meters of marble and 3.5 tonnes of crystal.

The tour of the Parliament takes approximately one hour and a half. Ten minutes walk afterwards to visit two of the centuries-old churches that escaped communist demolitions after being moved from their original location. 

Churches that escaped demolitions
We visit two of the churches that miraculously escaped communist destruction afer being moved even 300 meters from their original location.

15-20 minutes walk to the city center.

Lunch in the Old Town at own expense.

The Revolution and the 21st of December Squares
Two central squares in the heart of Bucharest, both testament of the Revolution of 1989, key places for the collective memory of Bucharest. The small 21st of December Square was the central location of the violent events of December 1989 and the early 90's, when groups of people occupied it to protest against the communist regime. We stop in the Revolution Square for an ample presentation of the events in December 1989 and the history of the Romanian Communist Party.

We also stop in front of the former Royal Palace and the Atheneum for more stories related to the time of the communist regime.

To reach the next location from the itinerary, we take the subway, a major infrastructure project of the communist regime and one of its most important achievements in Bucharest. 

Ceausescu Mansion
We visit the house where dictator Nicolae Ceausescu lived until he was executed on Christmas Day 1989. Preserved like in the old days, the mansion is one of the best examples of Ceausescu's cult of personality and the overall fake image built around image by the communist propaganda.

This attraction is only part of the tours done from Tuesday to Sunday.

Car drop off at your hotel or other agreed place in central Bucharest.

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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
$99.75

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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