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Bucovina painted monasteries

UNESCO Tour in Romania

7 days

Private tour of the best Romanian tourist sights, many of them being included in the UNESCO World Heritages List. It is a great tour through Romanian history, traditions, cuisine and landscapes. Visit old medieval cities, castles and fortresses, wooden churches, the famous painted monasteries.

Covid vaccine at Bran castle

Travel to Transylvania and get vaccinated at Dracula’s castle

3 days

Travel to Transylvania and get your Covid vaccine at Dracula’s castle. Spend 3 days in Transylvania visiting amazing sights, castles, fortresses and medieval towns. In this period our friend Dracula, has decided to bite you with a Covid vaccine and make you safe and happy. It is a different and unique way and reason to visit our country.

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Private tour in Transylvania

Medieval Transylvania

6 days

Discover the charming Transylvania with its medieval towns, castles and fortresses, scenic old villages, traditions, crafts, great landscapes of the Carpathian mountains, green rolling hills and forest. We’ll visit the best tourist attractions of Transylvania, we’ll find more about the local history, traditions and way of life.

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Highlights of Transylvania

Highlights of Transylvania

4 days

Join us to understand the Essential of Transylvania, the best and most popular tourist attractions, its history, culture and gastronomy. Old towns, castles, fortresses, the most charming villages and scenic drives are part of this private tour in Transylvania. Highlights: Brasov, Sighisoara, Sibiu, Bran castle, Saxon fortified churches and many more.

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Halloween Tour in Transylvania. Halloween tours in Romania

Halloween Tour in Transylvania

29 Oct - 3 Nov 2021 - 6 days

Halloween party at Bran Castle and Halloween Party at Corvin’s Castle. Two amazing parties in one Halloween tour in Transylvania! What a better way to celebrate Halloween than the homeland of Vlad Dracula. Discover Dracula’s castles, old medieval towns and fortresses. Spend your Halloween in Transylvania, it is a unique experience and you’ll have a lot of fun.

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Cultural tour in Romania

Best of Romania

6 days

One of the best private tours in Romania of the most important sights from Romania. We’ll visit the charming Transylvania with its old medieval towns, castles and fortresses, the beautiful painted monasteries from Bucovina and the capital city of Romania, Bucharest. All combined with beautiful landscapes, charming villages and countryside, enjoy traditional customs, taste local cuisine and crafts

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Private tours in Romania

Transylvanian Rural Life and Crafts

9 days

Discover the rural life, traditions, crafts and way of living. Ones of the hidden treasuries of Romania is the authentic charming life and people from our villages. Our tour in Transylvania will guide you to different areas to find more about local multicultural diversity, visiting and staying in charming villages.

Jeep safari in Transylvania

Jeep Tour in Transylvania

Off-road jeep tour which offers the best off-road selection of Transylvanian countryside and of the Carpathians mountains. You can test your driving skills on off-road trails. You’ll meet local people on the route and you’ll be witnesses of their traditional way of life, local craftsmen, old historical areas and wilderness routes. Every day is different but equally interesting, alternating nature with cultural sights.

Dracula Tour

Dracula Tour

5 days

When referring to Romania the first thing that comes to mind is Transylvania. Transylvania is home to some of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, castles and fortresses, some relating to the legend of Dracula, On this trip our specialist tour guide will take you on a trip to the past to discover the enchanting region of Transylvania plus the reality and myth of Dracula.

On the steps of Dracula

On the steps of Dracula

3 days

Private guided tour Find more about Prince Vlad the Impaler also known as Vlad Dracula. The route will take you to visit the famous Bran Castle, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler – Sighisoara, Snagov monastery – Dracula’s tomb, Brasov medieval town – the place where he lived plus other sights related with medieval history of Romania.

Hiking trip in the Carpathians

Explore Romania - P3A Walking Group

30 Sep - 8 Oct 2021 - 9 days

This tour is available for the members of P3A Walking Group only. Discover the beauty of the Romanian mountains, Transylvanian old towns, charming villages, rural life, traditions and customs. It is a great way to explore the amazing Carpathians mountains, spectacular sceneries, local wildlife, etc

Off-road tour in Romania

Off-road Experience in Romania

6 days

Come for a great experience on an off-road trip in Romania, following one of the best routes and places that Romania can offer. We’ll drive on the Carpathians Mountains, wild forest, beside lakes and rivers and over the green hills of Transylvania. Amazing scenery, getting familiar with the local way of life, tasting delicious food, visiting local craftsmen are part of our jeep tour highlights.

Brasov walking tour

Brasov walking tour

3-4 hours

Explore the medieval town of Brasov, dating since 1235, one of the most important medieval towns from Transylvania The main sites are: Council Square, Black Church, White and Black Towers, Weaver’s Bastion and Ecaterina’s Gate, The Rope’s street, St Nicholas Cathedral, Museum of First Romanian School, etc.

Transylvanian castles - day tour from Brasov

Transylvanian castles tour

9-10 hours

Visit the best castles and fortresses located in the area of Brasov: Peles castle, Bran castle, Rasnov fortress and Feldioara (Marienburg) fortress. We’ll have an interesting journey from the early Middle Ages to the royal period at the end of 19th century. It is one of the most popular day tours from Brasov. Discover the charm of our beautiful area with us.

Fortified churches tour

Saxon fortified churches tour

5-6 hours. Tue-Sat.

The Germans or Saxons lived in South of Transylvania since medieval times and they had a great influence over the local history, culture and architecture. In all their villages existed unique pieces of architecture, named fortified churches, which is a church surrounded by defensive walls and towers, offering a shelter for the inhabitants. Visit Prejmer, Harman and Viscri fortified churches (UNESCO).

Why to travel to Transylvania?

Transylvania is the most knownand most popular Romanian region regarding incoming tourism. Why? Because itwill captivate the visitor with its charm, history, castle, old towns, rurallife and legends. While you are traveling to Transylvania you’llbe surprised by different places, different architecture and by the beauty of nature and countryside.Here you can visit the famous Saxon’s fortified churches, unique in Europe as concept and architecture, many ofthem being included in the UNESCO World Heritages list.  Discover the old medieval towns of Transylvania like Brasov, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Medias, etc, which used to be theheart of medieval commerce and manufacturing. All of them preserve theirold town, which are great attractions for nowadays tourists.Along your tripinTransylvania you’ll be fascinated by the charming old villages, spread betweenbeautiful rolling green hills and valleys. There are places where it looks likethe time has stopped centuries ago. Find more about the locals' way of life,customs and traditions. Find and visit the workshops of the traditionalcraftsmen which are trying to preserve their methods and crafts. Doing a tour in Transylvania you can actually help in preserving all these aspects of traditional life.Transylvania is surrounded by the Carpathians mountains which offer very scenic drives, amazinglandscapes or places where you can enjoy and see the local wildlife. Brown bearswatching tours are a unique experience in the wild forest.Joining our tours in Transylvania you’ll have the chance to try the local cuisine and drinks.Transylvania is a multicultural place. Here are living Romanians, Hungarians,Germans, Gypsies, Jews and some more and all these nations brought their influencenot only in the history or in the buildings architecture, they also influenced thelocal cuisine, which is very varied with different recipes and mix of recipes.The green hills and valleys are perfect for growing sheep and cattle so don’thesitate to try our cheese. A shot of plum / pear brandy before meals and aglass of locally produced beer or wine will complete the experience of aTransylvanian meal.