Tours in Transylvania
Sighisoara – day tour from Brasov
7-8 hours. Mon-Sun
Day tour to Sighisoara, one of the most preserved medieval cities from Europe. Situated in Mures County, on the valley of the Tarnava Mare river, Sighisoara, former Dacian settlement and also called “the pearl of Transylvania” was founded by the German settlers in 13th century Its medieval aspect may be found both in the centre of the city and inside the Fortress of Sighisoara.
Corvin’s castle and Sibiu
11-12 hours. Mon-Sun
Day tour from Brasov to visit Corvin’s castle (Hunyad castle) the biggest medieval castle and Sibiu, the oldest and the largest medieval city from Transylvania, two jewelleries of the Transylvanian tourism. These sites are one of the most visited places from our country. Assisted by our licensed tour guide you’ll find the stories of them, some less known aspects, etc.
Explore Romania - P3A Walking Group
3rd-10th October 2023 - 8 days
This tour is available for the members of P3A Walking Group only. Discover the beauty of the Romanian mountains, Transylvanian old towns, the land of the famous Vlad Dracula, charming villages, rural life, traditions and customs. It is a great way to explore the amazing Carpathians mountains, spectacular sceneries, local wildlife, etc
Transylvania & Wallachia
5 days - Oct 10th - Oct 14th 2023
Discover the charming Transylvania with its medieval towns, castles and fortresses, scenic old villages, traditions, crafts, the great landscapes of the Carpathian mountains and the southern region of Romania – Wallachia. We’ll visit the best tourist attractions in the area, we’ll find more about the local history, traditions and way of life
5 days - !0 Oct - 14 Oct 2023
Discover Bucovina the amazing land of UNESCO painted monasteries, beautiful mountain sceneries, lakes and rivers and breath-taking gorges. Discover the local customs, traditions and beliefs and taste the local food which is part of the experience. This tour is organized as a post trip package for the members of P3A Walking Group Tour. Private guided tour which runs for minimum 4 people
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.