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Private Tour from Bucharest to Carpathian Mountains

Private Tour from Bucharest to Carpathian Mountains - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$289.70

The first World War left marks on the Posada Castle.On the night of 24 September 1915,the main building was burned down by German troops,in order to destroy the British Legal Archive,stored here by Lord Thomson.In December 1916,the Hungarian troops devastated the other buildings of the Castle and destroyed Bibescu's painting collection
In 1996,Posada Castle was given in use Woodcraft Carphatian Museum, as part of another great Romanian historical  museum Peles.This position was inaugurated on November 20,1996.

Experience a wonderful adventure in the Carphatian Mountains,visit unique sites like The Peles Royal Castle in Sinaia,The Woodcraft Carpathian Museum Posada,Sinaia Monastery and Ialomicioara Monastery,natural lakes in Bucegi Mountains-Bolboci,the famous Ialomicioara Cave,The bear Reservation in Zarnesti,The Bran Castle,Brasov city centre and the Black Church.
1st DAY:Bucharest,Ploiesti,Posada-visit The Woodcraft Carpathian Museum,Sinaia-visit Peles Royal Castle and Sinaia Monastery,Bolboci Lake-Photo stop,Ialomicioarei Cave and Monastery,check-in the hotel for one night in Predeal or Brasov(10 hours trip)

2nd DAY:
Predeal or Brasov,Zarnesti-visit The Bears Reservation,Bran-visit Bran Castle,optional lunch at Bran,Brasov-visit the old city center of Brasov and The Black Church,Bucharest(10 hours trip)
Please note:Peles Castle is closed on Monday also The Woodcraft Museum and The Black Church are closed on Mondays.

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The first World War left marks on the Posada Castle.On the night of 24 September 1915,the main building was burned down by German troops,in order to destroy the British Legal Archive,stored here by Lord Thomson.In December 1916,the Hungarian troops devastated the other buildings of the Castle and destroyed Bibescu's painting collection
In 1996,Posada Castle was given in use Woodcraft Carphatian Museum, as part of another great Romanian historical  museum Peles.This position was inaugurated on November 20,1996.

Experience a wonderful adventure in the Carphatian Mountains,visit unique sites like The Peles Royal Castle in Sinaia,The Woodcraft Carpathian Museum Posada,Sinaia Monastery and Ialomicioara Monastery,natural lakes in Bucegi Mountains-Bolboci,the famous Ialomicioara Cave,The bear Reservation in Zarnesti,The Bran Castle,Brasov city centre and the Black Church.
1st DAY:Bucharest,Ploiesti,Posada-visit The Woodcraft Carpathian Museum,Sinaia-visit Peles Royal Castle and Sinaia Monastery,Bolboci Lake-Photo stop,Ialomicioarei Cave and Monastery,check-in the hotel for one night in Predeal or Brasov(10 hours trip)

2nd DAY:
Predeal or Brasov,Zarnesti-visit The Bears Reservation,Bran-visit Bran Castle,optional lunch at Bran,Brasov-visit the old city center of Brasov and The Black Church,Bucharest(10 hours trip)
Please note:Peles Castle is closed on Monday also The Woodcraft Museum and The Black Church are closed on Mondays.

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Brancusi Homeland Highlights-Private tour from Bucharest

Brancusi Homeland Highlights-Private tour from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$274.51

Constantin Brancusi thoughts on ART and LIFE
"Certain friends and protectors(...)tried without consulting me to have me admitted to Rodin's studio.He accepted me as a student.But I refused because nothing grows under large trees.My friends were angry,ignorant as they were of Rodin's reaction.When he learned of my decision,he simply said,"basically he's right".He is as stubborn as a lamb"

During a two day trip through Wallachia,we invite you to discover Horezu Monastery,a UNESCO World Heritage Site,two magnificient natural wonders in the area-Oltet Gorges and Woman's Cave,and some insights into the life of one of Europe's great sculptors,Constantin Brancusi,whose masterpieces can be admired in Tragu Jiu.
1st Day:Highway I Bucharest-Pitesti,Ramnicu Valcea,Horezu Monastery,Polovragi Monastery,Oltet Gorges,Woman's Cave,Targu Jiu.Built in 17th century by Prince Constantin Brancoveanu,Horezu Monastery is a masterpiece of the Romanian architectural style known as "Brancovenesc",characterized by rich sculptural details,religious compositions,painted decorative works and a rich collection of frescoes and icons dating back to the end of the 17th century and the beginning of 18th century.Therefore,the monastery is one of the 25 Romanian sites included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.The nearby Horezu Village is one of the biggest and famous potterycentres in the country.Its fame crossed the borders of the country and people from all over Europe come here to buy the beautiful Horezu ceramic.Woman's Cave,the first electrified cave in Romania.
2nd Day:Brancusi Memorial House in Hobita,Brancusi sculptures in Targu Jiu(the Endless Column,the Kiss Gate,the Table of Silence)Ecaterina Teodoroiu HOUSE(WORLD WAR I HEROIN)Scornicesti(Nicolae Ceausescu's birth village)Pitesti,Bucharest.
Constantin Brancusi was a Romanaian-born sculptor who started his career in Paris.Formal studies took him first to Bucharest,then to Munich and finally to Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

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Constantin Brancusi thoughts on ART and LIFE
"Certain friends and protectors(...)tried without consulting me to have me admitted to Rodin's studio.He accepted me as a student.But I refused because nothing grows under large trees.My friends were angry,ignorant as they were of Rodin's reaction.When he learned of my decision,he simply said,"basically he's right".He is as stubborn as a lamb"

During a two day trip through Wallachia,we invite you to discover Horezu Monastery,a UNESCO World Heritage Site,two magnificient natural wonders in the area-Oltet Gorges and Woman's Cave,and some insights into the life of one of Europe's great sculptors,Constantin Brancusi,whose masterpieces can be admired in Tragu Jiu.
1st Day:Highway I Bucharest-Pitesti,Ramnicu Valcea,Horezu Monastery,Polovragi Monastery,Oltet Gorges,Woman's Cave,Targu Jiu.Built in 17th century by Prince Constantin Brancoveanu,Horezu Monastery is a masterpiece of the Romanian architectural style known as "Brancovenesc",characterized by rich sculptural details,religious compositions,painted decorative works and a rich collection of frescoes and icons dating back to the end of the 17th century and the beginning of 18th century.Therefore,the monastery is one of the 25 Romanian sites included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.The nearby Horezu Village is one of the biggest and famous potterycentres in the country.Its fame crossed the borders of the country and people from all over Europe come here to buy the beautiful Horezu ceramic.Woman's Cave,the first electrified cave in Romania.
2nd Day:Brancusi Memorial House in Hobita,Brancusi sculptures in Targu Jiu(the Endless Column,the Kiss Gate,the Table of Silence)Ecaterina Teodoroiu HOUSE(WORLD WAR I HEROIN)Scornicesti(Nicolae Ceausescu's birth village)Pitesti,Bucharest.
Constantin Brancusi was a Romanaian-born sculptor who started his career in Paris.Formal studies took him first to Bucharest,then to Munich and finally to Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

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Sibiu or Sighisoara-Both in a single private tour from Bucharest

Sibiu or Sighisoara-Both in a single private tour from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$256.99

Sighisoara is a Unesco World Heritage Site,being considered one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe,dating from 16th century.Sighisoara is the birth place of the Wallachian prince Vlad Tepes,who inspired Bram Stoker's fictional character Count Dracula.The two-plate clock set at the top of the Clock Tower has been working continuously since the 17th century.

Transylvania-its name derives from a Latin expression meaning the land beyond the forest-is a unique place,home to nearly two hundred villages with fortified churches,built by German craftsmen and merchants known as Saxons,between the 13th and 15th centuries.Having to withstand constant invaders,the villages were fortified with defense walls,having the capacity to shelter a large number of people.Seven of these fortified churches were designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

1st Day:
 
Wallachia:Bucharest,Ploiesti,Sinaia Monasyery and Peles Royal Castle.
Transylvania:Sighisoara-Vlad Dracul' House,The Clock Tower,The Church on the Hill;Medias,Sibiu-Brukenthal Museum;The Olt River Valley,Cozia Monastery,Pitesti,Bucharest.
The name of The Black Church in Brasov is related to the great fire wich destroyed most of the city in 1689,blackening the walls of the church initially named Marienkirche.The Black Church is the largest gothic church between Vienna and Instanbul.



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Sighisoara is a Unesco World Heritage Site,being considered one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe,dating from 16th century.Sighisoara is the birth place of the Wallachian prince Vlad Tepes,who inspired Bram Stoker's fictional character Count Dracula.The two-plate clock set at the top of the Clock Tower has been working continuously since the 17th century.

Transylvania-its name derives from a Latin expression meaning the land beyond the forest-is a unique place,home to nearly two hundred villages with fortified churches,built by German craftsmen and merchants known as Saxons,between the 13th and 15th centuries.Having to withstand constant invaders,the villages were fortified with defense walls,having the capacity to shelter a large number of people.Seven of these fortified churches were designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

1st Day:
 
Wallachia:Bucharest,Ploiesti,Sinaia Monasyery and Peles Royal Castle.
Transylvania:Sighisoara-Vlad Dracul' House,The Clock Tower,The Church on the Hill;Medias,Sibiu-Brukenthal Museum;The Olt River Valley,Cozia Monastery,Pitesti,Bucharest.
The name of The Black Church in Brasov is related to the great fire wich destroyed most of the city in 1689,blackening the walls of the church initially named Marienkirche.The Black Church is the largest gothic church between Vienna and Instanbul.



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Castles and Bears in the Same Day-Private tour from Bucharest

Castles and Bears in the Same Day-Private tour from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$105.13

In 1998 a Romanian woman,Cristina Lapis,saw 3 bears in a small cage outside a restaurant in central Romania where they were used to attract customers.She later found more bears used in a similar way in other areas of the country.Her dream was to rescue these distressed animals and to change public attitudes to stop this cruel and illegal exploitation of one of Romania’s magnificient native animals.

Now that dream is being realized,with other 70 bears enjoying a new life in the Libearty Bear Sanctuary-70 hectares of oak and hazel forest in the Carpathian Mountains above the Transylvania town of Zarnesti.

Escape from the Capital and start discovering Romania from famous castles as Bran castle and Peles Royal Castle,to Libearty Sanctuary in a comprehensive journey trough Transylvania. 

8:00 o'clock in the morning meet your guide at your accommodation hotel and start driving to Zarnesti city,home of the Libearty Bear Sanctuary

                                     Maya - the sad beginning of a huge project

       In the courtyard of a hotel near Bran Castle, in a dirty cage with metal bars and cement floor, lived Maya. She was waiting and hoping, day after day, that someone would bring her something to eat ... More info ›

In 1998 a Romanian woman,Cristina Lapis,saw 3 bears in a small cage outside a restaurant in central Romania where they were used to attract customers.She later found more bears used in a similar way in other areas of the country.Her dream was to rescue these distressed animals and to change public attitudes to stop this cruel and illegal exploitation of one of Romania’s magnificient native animals.

Now that dream is being realized,with other 70 bears enjoying a new life in the Libearty Bear Sanctuary-70 hectares of oak and hazel forest in the Carpathian Mountains above the Transylvania town of Zarnesti.

Escape from the Capital and start discovering Romania from famous castles as Bran castle and Peles Royal Castle,to Libearty Sanctuary in a comprehensive journey trough Transylvania. 

8:00 o'clock in the morning meet your guide at your accommodation hotel and start driving to Zarnesti city,home of the Libearty Bear Sanctuary

                                     Maya - the sad beginning of a huge project

       In the courtyard of a hotel near Bran Castle, in a dirty cage with metal bars and cement floor, lived Maya. She was waiting and hoping, day after day, that someone would bring her something to eat. After countless complains from the foreign tourists visiting Romania, World Animal Protection (WAP) contacted Cristina Lapis in order to find a solution for the critical situation of Maya. When I saw her, she was weak and could hardly lift her head. She was forgotten by everyone and now I am still wonder: was she expecting to die? I still remember the emotions that overwhelmed me when I looked into her eyes, but also the boundless anger access toward the people who condemned such an animal to a slow and painful death.“Since that time, for four years, my husband and I, with the help of our friends, traveled over 60 kilometers every day to feed Maya and spend some time with her. Throughout time, we managed to improve her health and give heart to her, gave her good food, vitamins and hung a tire on a chain, to play with. Soon, she started know the sound of our car and got up to greet us. She taught us both the values of an innocent animal soul and gratitude.Unfortunately, in 2001, Maya began to show new signs of depression. I used to talked to her and promised that one day will be free again to run through the forest and asked her to be patient. But it seems that Maya finally lost faith in the promises of the people. She started to self-mutilate herself! It gnawed her right paw almost to the bone. When I saw the blood on her paw I understood that she wanted to get rid of all the suffering caused by captivity. Despite of all our efforts to save her (surgical interventions, treatments, time spent with her, adequate food etc), Maya finally left us on March 11, 2002. She died in my arms. I will never forget her sad eyes and her soft fur. Yes, I held a bear in my arms!

https://www.ampbears.ro/en/adopt-a-bear/maya

.After this we start heading to Bran Castle-with a short visit. Your day ends with a visit to Brasov,city built by Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance and has been used as backdrop in many recent period films.Depending on the traffic conditions and group omogenity in our way back to Bucharest you can chose a short stop to Peles Castle or Posada Museum

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Private Tour from Bucharest to Bucovina the Land of Painted Monasteries

Private Tour from Bucharest to Bucovina the Land of Painted Monasteries - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 3 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$443.89

You are invited to a three-days trip to Bucovina,the land of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.The painted monasteries located in the North-East of the country offer a glimpse into the traditions and history of Moldavia,one of the three historical regions of Romania.You will also have the Opportunity to pay your respect to Santa Barbara Chapel located in Cacica salt mine,to admire the amazing Bicaz Gorges and the Red Lake,and last but not least,the magnificient monasteries painted 500 years ago.

1st Day:
Departure at 8:30 o'clock from Bucharest to Urziceni,Buzau,Focsani,Bacau,Piatra Neamt,Suceava,Sucevita.
Accomodation in Sucevita.
2nd Day:Visits to Sucevita and Moldovita Monasteries,Gura Humorului(optional),Voronet Monastery,Cacica Salt Mine,Putna Monastery and Stefan cel Mare(Stephen the Great) tomb.Accomodation in Bucovina area.The Painted Churches of Bucovina are some of the most valuable treasures of Romania.With their painted exterior walls,decorated with 15-16th century elaborate frescoes(featuring portraits os saints and prophets,scenes from the life of Jesus,Angels and Demons,heaven and hell), deemed as masterpieces of Byzantine art,these churches are one-of-a-kind architectural sites in Europe.The purpose of the frescoes was to make the story of the Bible and the lives of the most important saints known to the villagers,by use of images.The best preserved frescoes can be seen at the monasteries in Humor,Moldovita,Patrauti,Probota,Suceava,Sucevita,Voronet and Arbore.Of all the monasteries in Bucovina,Sucevita is the only one still on the waiting list as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3rd Day:Suceava-Falticeni-Targu Neamt-Varatec and Agapia Monasteries-Bicaz Gorges-Gheorghieni-Tusnad-Brasov-Bucharest.
Red lake is the biggest natural dam lake in Romania.It is relatively young,dating back to July 1837.Ucigasu Mount collapsed,after a series of storms and heavy rains,creating a natural dam into the Licas Creek.In the following years the water took the shape of lake,the Red Lake.

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You are invited to a three-days trip to Bucovina,the land of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.The painted monasteries located in the North-East of the country offer a glimpse into the traditions and history of Moldavia,one of the three historical regions of Romania.You will also have the Opportunity to pay your respect to Santa Barbara Chapel located in Cacica salt mine,to admire the amazing Bicaz Gorges and the Red Lake,and last but not least,the magnificient monasteries painted 500 years ago.

1st Day:
Departure at 8:30 o'clock from Bucharest to Urziceni,Buzau,Focsani,Bacau,Piatra Neamt,Suceava,Sucevita.
Accomodation in Sucevita.
2nd Day:Visits to Sucevita and Moldovita Monasteries,Gura Humorului(optional),Voronet Monastery,Cacica Salt Mine,Putna Monastery and Stefan cel Mare(Stephen the Great) tomb.Accomodation in Bucovina area.The Painted Churches of Bucovina are some of the most valuable treasures of Romania.With their painted exterior walls,decorated with 15-16th century elaborate frescoes(featuring portraits os saints and prophets,scenes from the life of Jesus,Angels and Demons,heaven and hell), deemed as masterpieces of Byzantine art,these churches are one-of-a-kind architectural sites in Europe.The purpose of the frescoes was to make the story of the Bible and the lives of the most important saints known to the villagers,by use of images.The best preserved frescoes can be seen at the monasteries in Humor,Moldovita,Patrauti,Probota,Suceava,Sucevita,Voronet and Arbore.Of all the monasteries in Bucovina,Sucevita is the only one still on the waiting list as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3rd Day:Suceava-Falticeni-Targu Neamt-Varatec and Agapia Monasteries-Bicaz Gorges-Gheorghieni-Tusnad-Brasov-Bucharest.
Red lake is the biggest natural dam lake in Romania.It is relatively young,dating back to July 1837.Ucigasu Mount collapsed,after a series of storms and heavy rains,creating a natural dam into the Licas Creek.In the following years the water took the shape of lake,the Red Lake.

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Private VIP Tour to Peles and Dracula's Castle - Day trip from Bucharest

Private VIP Tour to Peles and Dracula's Castle - Day trip from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$116.81

Discover the Romanian traditions and history in one day. The fascinating tour to Transylvania - The land of Vampire - will reveal the myth of vampires, the history of the royal family and medieval times.  Enjoy a historical adventure to the Carpathians Mountains and southeastern Transylvania.

During the day tour, we will visit 3 major attractions: – The first stop will be in Sinaia – the Pearl of the Carpathians ... More info ›

Discover the Romanian traditions and history in one day. The fascinating tour to Transylvania - The land of Vampire - will reveal the myth of vampires, the history of the royal family and medieval times.  Enjoy a historical adventure to the Carpathians Mountains and southeastern Transylvania.

During the day tour, we will visit 3 major attractions: – The first stop will be in Sinaia – the Pearl of the Carpathians. Here you will visit the interior and gardens of Peles Castle-the summer royal residence. – Second place to be visited is Dracula Castle in Bran. Well known around the world, the castle is a “symbol” of Romania.  – The last hour will be spent in Brasov – a medieval city settled by German colonists, where you will have a walking tour of the Old Town area.

The rich medieval heritage of the country is best illustrated by Romania’s fortresses and castles. While castles built from the 14th to the 18th century are strong and austere, intended mainly for military purposes, those erected in the late 1800’s display an imposing and luxurious architecture. The most popular examples are the 19th century Peles Castle, Royal Family summer residence, with its 160 rooms filled with priceless European art collections and, of course, Bran Castle, built at the middle of the 13th century and legendary home of Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula. 
Surrounded by an aura of mystery and perched high on a 200-feet rock, Bran Castle became famous due to its imposing towers and turrets, as well as to the myth created by the English novelist Bram Stoker and his Count Dracula character.
The castle was first mentioned in an official document issued by King Louis I of Hungary in 1377, who gave the Saxons from Kronstadt (Brasov in German) the privilege to build the citadel on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212. During the first decades of the 20th century, the castle served as a royal residence for the Romanian Royal Dynasty, a gift of the people of Brasov to Queen Mary of Romania, wife of King Ferdinand I.
Narrow winding stairways lead through 60 timbered rooms, many connected by hidden passages, housing collections of furniture, weapons and armor from the 14th to the 19th century. The castle guards over the picturesque village of Bran, which can be described as an open-air ethnographic museum, consisting of old local-style village houses, complete with furniture, household objects and costumes. 
Although Bram Stoker never traveled to Transylvania, he relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark story of Count Dracula, leading to the persistent myth that Bran Castle was once the home of Vlad Tepes, the ruler of Wallachia. While the historic association with Vlad Tepes, as well as the fictional one with Count Dracula are sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction among all fans of the Count. Included Services: transport, certified national guide, entrance fees to Peles Castle, Bran Castle or Rasnov Fortress,
Black Church in Brasov.

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