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Two Castles in One Day 12 hours small group shared tour

Two Castles in One Day 12 hours small group shared tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$120.05

  • Start Discovering Romania from the favourites tourists atractions as Peles Castle the symbol of Romania Royalty with its fairytale turrets and pointed towers rising above acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks,built as a summer residence by Romania's longest serving monarch,King Carol I who died in 1914 just months after the castle completion.  
    You will find Bran Castle,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. We will finsih this tour  in Brasov old town city.

our program start as follows: 

  • 07:00 Pick up hotel Ramada Parc
  • 07:15 Pick up hotel Raddison Blue
  • 07:20 Pick up hotel Novotel/Majestic
  • 07:30 Pick up hotel Intercontinental
  • 07:45 Pick up Cina Restaurant/Romanian Atheneum
  • 08:00 Start driving to Sinaia city home of Peles Castle
  • 10:00 Arrive in Sinaia(1 hour castle Peles) 
  • 12:00 Arrive in Bran city home of Bran castle(3 hours staying) 
  • 16:00 Arrive in Brasov
  •  20:00 Arrive in Bucharest
  • Discover a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture, Peles Castle
  • Enter Dracula’s residence and learn about the truths and myths about Vlad the Impaler
  • Enjoy a professional guided tour throughout your journey
  • Experience the well-kept medieval atmosphere of Brasov
Transylvania is home to some of Europe's best-preserved medieval towns, most notably Brasov  , featuring old Saxon architecture and citadel ruins ... More info ›

  • Start Discovering Romania from the favourites tourists atractions as Peles Castle the symbol of Romania Royalty with its fairytale turrets and pointed towers rising above acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks,built as a summer residence by Romania's longest serving monarch,King Carol I who died in 1914 just months after the castle completion.  
    You will find Bran Castle,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. We will finsih this tour  in Brasov old town city.

our program start as follows: 

  • 07:00 Pick up hotel Ramada Parc
  • 07:15 Pick up hotel Raddison Blue
  • 07:20 Pick up hotel Novotel/Majestic
  • 07:30 Pick up hotel Intercontinental
  • 07:45 Pick up Cina Restaurant/Romanian Atheneum
  • 08:00 Start driving to Sinaia city home of Peles Castle
  • 10:00 Arrive in Sinaia(1 hour castle Peles) 
  • 12:00 Arrive in Bran city home of Bran castle(3 hours staying) 
  • 16:00 Arrive in Brasov
  •  20:00 Arrive in Bucharest
  • Discover a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture, Peles Castle
  • Enter Dracula’s residence and learn about the truths and myths about Vlad the Impaler
  • Enjoy a professional guided tour throughout your journey
  • Experience the well-kept medieval atmosphere of Brasov
Transylvania is home to some of Europe's best-preserved medieval towns, most notably Brasov  , featuring old Saxon architecture and citadel ruins. It is a place you do not want to miss when you visit Romania. On this tour, you'll have the opportunity to relax during your journey in a high quality car/minivan, and discover the splendid landscapes together with your professional guide. Start the trip from your hotel/accommodation and head to your first stop, Sinaia City, where you will visit the Peles Castle, a neo-Renaissance castle situated in the Carpathian Mountains on an existing medieval route, linking Transylvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914. The interior decoration is mostly Baroque influenced, with heavy carved woods and exquisite fabrics.  

After this stop, it's time for the spooky adventure at Dracula’s Castle (Bran Castle). Surrounded by an aura of mystery and perched high on a 200 foot high rock, Bran Castle has become famous due to its imposing towers and turrets, and after the story by 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) the privilege to build the citadel on the site of a Teutonic knights stronghold dating from 1212. Narrow winding stairways lead through 60 timbered rooms, many connected by hidden passages, housing collections of furniture, weapons and armor from the 14th-19th century. The castle looms over the picturesque village of Bran, which can be described as an open-air ethnographic museum, consisting of old and local style village houses; complete with furniture, household objects and costumes.  

The last part of the trip will include a walk in Brasov, the medieval city, where you will pass by the splendid Black Church, the bohemian historical center and the main square (Piata Sfatului).

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Unique European Experiences the Slanic Salt Mine,The Muddy Volcanoes

Unique European Experiences the Slanic Salt Mine,The Muddy Volcanoes - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$155.83

Enjoy the Holy Water from a very special Spring with magic healing powers as the community of monks and people living in the surrounding villages strongly believe in.The famous icon of "Syriac" Virgin Mary attracts crowds to the Monastery Ghighiu.

Departure from Bucharest to Ploiesti.Visit the Ghighiu Monastery,one of the most famous monasteries in Prahova.Learn about the Romanian main religion:Romanian orthodoxism,monastic life in general,the Monastery of Ghighiu in particular.
Second stop will get you to  a unique huge salt mine in Europe-Slanic,where from during the Roman empire time-year 100,exists a salt extraction.Inside its cavity,is a huge space where our hotel's structure easily can fit in.

Contiuneu the trip to the Muddy Vulcanoes,in the north hill of Buzau Country,A multitude of cones of different sizes from solid clay comes into sight.Their craters are full with fluid ceramic mixture which,flat for a moment or two,unexpectedly swallows and pushes the remains of our planet's "primordial soup"Bubbling day and night from immemorial times,releasing the pressure of the oil gas coming from the bowels of earth underneath,the whole area is permanently changing as our world does.

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Enjoy the Holy Water from a very special Spring with magic healing powers as the community of monks and people living in the surrounding villages strongly believe in.The famous icon of "Syriac" Virgin Mary attracts crowds to the Monastery Ghighiu.

Departure from Bucharest to Ploiesti.Visit the Ghighiu Monastery,one of the most famous monasteries in Prahova.Learn about the Romanian main religion:Romanian orthodoxism,monastic life in general,the Monastery of Ghighiu in particular.
Second stop will get you to  a unique huge salt mine in Europe-Slanic,where from during the Roman empire time-year 100,exists a salt extraction.Inside its cavity,is a huge space where our hotel's structure easily can fit in.

Contiuneu the trip to the Muddy Vulcanoes,in the north hill of Buzau Country,A multitude of cones of different sizes from solid clay comes into sight.Their craters are full with fluid ceramic mixture which,flat for a moment or two,unexpectedly swallows and pushes the remains of our planet's "primordial soup"Bubbling day and night from immemorial times,releasing the pressure of the oil gas coming from the bowels of earth underneath,the whole area is permanently changing as our world does.

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Private Guided Tour of Bucharest

Private Guided Tour of Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$40.40

Until the second half of the 19th century,the city was described by foreign travelers as a strange mixture of Oriental and West European influences,since Bucharest was under the Ottoman Empire control for almost two hundred years.In less than a century,the city became the state capital and it flourished as one of the most beautiful Southeast European cites,The first decades of the 20th century represent the Golden age of Bucharest,as it was known as "Litle Paris"

During this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness BookDuring this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness Book

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Until the second half of the 19th century,the city was described by foreign travelers as a strange mixture of Oriental and West European influences,since Bucharest was under the Ottoman Empire control for almost two hundred years.In less than a century,the city became the state capital and it flourished as one of the most beautiful Southeast European cites,The first decades of the 20th century represent the Golden age of Bucharest,as it was known as "Litle Paris"

During this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness BookDuring this panoramic private tour, you will discover why Bucharest is an eclectic city, bursting with Oriental and West European flavors, on top of which lies the communist heritage portrayed by the epic building of the Palace of Parliament. 
The main highlights of the tour: 
- Coltea, the oldest hospital in Bucharest 
- University of Bucharest, National Theatre and Intercontinental Hotel, the tallest hotel in Bucharest built in 1970
- Kiseleff Road, the Romanian Bois de Boulogne
- The Arch of Triumph and the soviet building known as the Free Press House
- Victoriei Avenue, the oldest and most famous street in Bucharest where are some of the most spectacular old mansions in the city
- The Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, today the National Art Museum, and the Athenee Palace, a hundred year old hotel where the spies stayed during the Second World War
- the former headquarters of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last public speech in December 1989 
– The Palace of Parliament, an iconic landmark of the communist regime listed today in the Guinness Book

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Dobrogea History,Wine Traditions near Pontus Euxinus

Dobrogea History,Wine Traditions near Pontus Euxinus - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$178.92

Dobrogea-Dobrogea,meaning the land of the dark green pastures,is the land between the Lower Danube River and the Black Sea,and includes the Dobrogea Mountains (dating from the Lower Cretaceous),the Danube Delta,Romanian Coast.

During this trip the ancient realm of Dobrogea will reveal itself.Three Monuments dating back to the Dacian era and an important orthodox pilgrimage site dating from the XI th century A.D will be your destination.

Morning 8.00 o'clock-Departure from hotel to Calarasi.After the ferry crossing the Danube near Silistra ,we will continue the way to our first stop,Dervent Monastery,a place of miraculous healings and exorcism rituals ... More info ›

Dobrogea-Dobrogea,meaning the land of the dark green pastures,is the land between the Lower Danube River and the Black Sea,and includes the Dobrogea Mountains (dating from the Lower Cretaceous),the Danube Delta,Romanian Coast.

During this trip the ancient realm of Dobrogea will reveal itself.Three Monuments dating back to the Dacian era and an important orthodox pilgrimage site dating from the XI th century A.D will be your destination.

Morning 8.00 o'clock-Departure from hotel to Calarasi.After the ferry crossing the Danube near Silistra ,we will continue the way to our first stop,Dervent Monastery,a place of miraculous healings and exorcism rituals.

We will travel in time from the XIth to II th century A.D. stopping by Saint Andrew's cave,the place where it is believed that the apostle lived for a short time and christianized the Geto-Dacians back in the Ist century.

Further we will explore the remains of Adamclisi a monument build to commemorate the victory of the Roman Army conducted by the emperor Traian against the Geto-Dacians ruled at that time by Decebal.The monument "Tropaeum Traiani"(The trophy of Traian)dating from 109 A.D. celebrates the annexation of the province Dacia to the Roman Empire after the second Roman-Dacian war (105-106 A.D.)

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Bucharest Sightseeing

Bucharest Sightseeing - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 4 to 6 hrs
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$60.25

BUCHAREST SIGHTSEEING 

Duration:  4-6 Hours

Your guide will pick you up from the hotel for a half day-tour of Bucharest. The sightseeing tour includes a visit of the famous Parliament Palace, the largest administrative building of Europe ... More info ›

BUCHAREST SIGHTSEEING 

Duration:  4-6 Hours

Your guide will pick you up from the hotel for a half day-tour of Bucharest. The sightseeing tour includes a visit of the famous Parliament Palace, the largest administrative building of Europe. The walking tour includes the famous Revolution Square where Ceausescu, the infamous communist dictator held its last speech, and the bustling old center of Bucharest. You’ll admire as well The Village Museum and famous boulevards and neighborhoods of this interesting city. In the end you’ll be dropped-off at your hotel.

The main highlights of the tour: Revolution Square, Cretulescu Church, The Parliament, Village Museum, Walking tour in the Old Town.

We invite you to discover Bucharest, the beautiful capital of Romania, with a population of 1.9 million inhabitants, being the largest city in the country and the sixth biggest European city, and before the second World War was referred to as "The Little Paris". One of the most remarkable tourist attractions is the Parliament Palace - designated by the World Records Academy as being the most expensive and heaviest administrative building in the world and the second largest in the world.

The Arch of Triumph and the Athenaeum - symbols of the Romanian culture, numerous museums such as the Peasant Museum, the National Art Museum or the National History Museum are worth visiting. There are plenty of places to eat in Bucharest, a large number of restaurants and bars are available, many of them offering traditional Romanian specialties as well as various international food.

The nightlife of this city is vibrant and colourful. In the old centre you may enjoy the open air terraces, bars, coffee shops, pubs and clubs, which can be found at every turn.                                 

Itinerary: 
Your guide will pick you up from the hotel for a half day-tour of Bucharest. The sightseeing tour includes a visit of the famous Parliament Palace, the largest administrative building of Europe. The walking tour includes the famous Revolution Square where Ceausescu, the infamous communist dictator held its last speech, and the bustling old center of Bucharest. You’ll admire as well The Village Museum and famous boulevards and neighborhoods of this interesting city. In the end you’ll be dropped-off at your hotel.

The main highlights of the tour: Revolution Square, Cretulescu Church, The Parliament, Village Museum, Walking tour in the Old Town.

What’s included:

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (Bucharest only)
  • Entrance fees for the Parliament and the Village Museum
  • Transport by modern car, minibus or coach
  • Professional English speaking guide

What’s not included:

  • Meals
  • Photographing or filming fees at the visited sites
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Visa procurement (if needed)

Departure: On request

* We also offer transfer services at extra costs from the airport to the hotel and back, we can recommend the perfect hotel to suit you, and also help you by booking tables to the best Romanian restaurants in town, where you can fully enjoy traditional food and drink.
We personally tested all the locations, so you can be sure that you will have a unique and pleasant experience in Romania!
 
It will not be hard for you to fall in love with this beautiful and vibrant capital city! :) 

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The Mountain Castles Tour

The Mountain Castles Tour - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 8 to 10 hrs
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$119.47

BUCHAREST – SINAIA – BRASOV – BRAN – BUCHAREST

The tour starts in the morning at 8 AM. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel ... More info ›

BUCHAREST – SINAIA – BRASOV – BRAN – BUCHAREST

The tour starts in the morning at 8 AM. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel. On the way to Sinaia you are going to get information about the history of Romania or other interesting topics.

Prahova Valley is one of the most famous regions in the Carpathian Mountains and includes wonderful tourist destinations such as Comarnic, Breaza, Sinaia, Buşteni, Azuga and Predeal. Most of these cities are mountain resorts famous for their splendid landscapes, offering many tourist attractions both in summer and winter seasons.

In the cold season you may enjoy skiing, sleighing, snowboarding along the slopes of Sinaia, Busteni and Predeal while in the summer you may choose to enjoy the nature by venturing out on a hiking expedition of the scenic Bucegi mountains plateau under the professional and fun guidance of the local mountain tour guides.

Besides the specific mountain activities, the region also offers many tourist attractions such as Peles castle, Sinaia monastery, Cantacuzino castle, Caraiman mount monastery and the cross of the national hero built on top of the mountain, will definitely mesmerise and delight your spirit.

Itinerary:

Sinaia, the famous mountain resort located at the feet of the Carpathian Mountains, is going to be the first stop. Here you visit the Peles Castle, one of the most amazing castles of Europe. Built at the request of King Carol I, the castle was the most modern castle of its times.

In Sinaia you’ll get to visit the local monastery, an impressive testimony of the Neo-Byzantine art.

Further on you’ll reach Transylvania where you’ll stop in Brasov. One of the most developed tourist destinations of Romania, Brasov is a fine example of a medieval town built by the Germans 800 years ago. Here you’ll admire the Black Church, the symbol of Brasov. After a short walking tour of Brasov you’ll be taken to Bran, probably the most famous landmark of Romania. Here you’ll visit the Bran Castle known as well as the Dracula Castle.

In the end you’ll be transferred back to Bucharest.

End of the tour.

Optional: If time permits you could visit the Snagov Monastery, allegedly the burial place of Dracula (€4/person).

What’s included:

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (Bucharest only)
  • Entrance fees
  • Transport by modern car, minibus or coach
  • Professional English speaking guide

What’s not included:

  • Entrance fee for the Snagov Monastery
  • Meals
  • Photographing or filming fees at the visited sites
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Visa procurement (if needed)

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