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We have always been drawn to adventure books, especially because of their amazing, out-of this-world setting. Well, it’s not enough to know such places exist, you need to get there, see them with your own eyes. This is why we created a unique holiday for you: an attractive holiday package complete with challenging experiences and an amazing tour of Romania!

  • Trip type: Active
  • Duration: 11 days
  • From Bucharest to Bucharest
Price from1290 €
Available fromJune 2016
Available untilAugust 2017

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Day 1 : Bucharest

Start your amazing holiday in Romania.

Travelers hitting Bucharest will find it almost inevitable not to visit the Palace of Parliament, also known as the People’s House. However, few choose to go down into the basement of this impressive 12-storey building with four additional underground stories and 2 bunkers.

The legend says that Bucharest’s early days are related to a small island in the middle of Lake Snagov, which sheltered a small chapel built by Vlad Tepes. Who was Vlad Tepes? An enemy of the Turks and the Romanians’ legendary figure who inspired Bram Stoker’s character, Dracula.

Overnight in Bucharest.

Day 2 : Bucharest – Danube Delta

When traveling to Romania, make sure you don’t miss the Danube Delta, a natural reserve included on the Unesco world heritage site list Also named Europe’s Amazon, the Delta boasts rare species of plants and birds and offers a rare opportunity to enjoy unspoiled nature and stunning scenery.

Overnight in Danube Delta

Place you'll be visiting
Danube Delta
Day 3 : The Danube Delta

This region was so secluded that in the past it used to shelter people persecuted on religious grounds, pirates, and adventures. Letea forest is the only rainforest-like area in Europe, famous for its herds of wild horses. Last but not least, we will approach the locals’ universe, sampling tasty traditional foods and drinks; speaking of which, don’t miss the fish-based dishes!

Overnight in Danube Delta

Place you'll be visiting
Danube Delta
Day 4 : Danube Delta – Cave Churches – Transylvania (Brasov)

In the past, to feel close to Divinity people searched for the most remote and inaccessible places, where only the wildest animals dwelt. Nowadays, the cave churches from Buzău are just as secluded and continue to be considered mysterious places charged by a special energy. Some of them date back to the sixth century and their walls are covered with ancient inscriptions, traces of extinct civilizations.

On our way, we’ll stop by the mud volcanoes, a curious place where the ground seems to boil with large bubbles, just like a genuine sci-fi landscape.

At the end of the day, we arrive in Brasov, one of the key destinations of Romanian tourism. The central square is the liveliest venue in old-town Brasov and it often houses workshop-demonstrations of ancient medieval crafts.

Overnight in Brasov

Day 5 : Brasov-Rasnov Fortress- Bran Castle- Zarnesti-Brasov

There are tourist attractions accessible to everyone and those that can be considered surprising, only for connoisseurs. Today we’ll do a mix of the two: the most visited tourist attraction in Romania, Bran Castle, for Dracula fans (this is the place where the count created by Bram Stoker lived) and the bear reserve in Zărnesti, a wildlife sanctuary in the Carpathian Mountains. Here we’ll look for traces of wolves and bears under the guidance of a trail hunter who will explain in detail how animals live in one of the very last wilderness areas of Europe.

Overnight in Brasov

Day 6 : Brasov – Transfagarasan – Sibiu

The list of original destinations continues. We’ll cross the Carpathian Mountains from south to north, on one of the most spectacular roads in the entire world: the Transfagarasan stretches on 90 km of incredible scenery and challenging mountain roads that will test your driving skills. The road takes us by a huge artificial lake and a few waterfalls, reaching 2040 meters at the top, near the Balea glacial lake.

Overnight in Sibiu

Day 7 : Sibiu-Rural area Sibiel-Sibiu

Sibiu is quite famed for its German influence and the rich cultural life, manifested mainly through outdoor theater shows. In the surroundings of the city, there is one of the best preserved rural areas famous for Romanian traditions, a place where people have maintained the old ways unchanged for hundreds of years. Witnessing a traditional Romanian wedding is a unique experience, reminiscent of the simple joy of living.

Overnight in Sibiu

Day 8 : Sibiu-Densus Temple- Corvin Castle-Alba Carolina fortress

The country of Haţeg has plenty of legends about dragons, prehistoric dinosaur footprints being often encountered by locals. One of the most  fascinating aspects of this place is the mysterious connection to the ancient gods. Densus church is one the oldest Romanian churches still standing. On the setting of the present-day church where Christian sermons are held, there once was a temple dedicated to the Dacian God, Zamolxis.

At dusk, we’ll delve into the Corvin Castle to visit the cold, awe-inspiring Gothic halls lit by torchlight. The castle, built in Gothic style with Renaissance elements is one of the most impressive ones in the world.

Overnight in Deva

Day 9 : Alba Carolina fortress- Sighisoara citadel-Brasov

When you say Transylvania, you say medieval castles and fortresses, beautiful villages scattered through mountains and warm, hospitable people. Therefore, your vacation in Romania continues with the discovery of medieval Transylvania. Alba Iulia fortress has the shape of a six-pointed star. Sighisoara, with its beautiful, winding streets of cobblestone is the only European citadel where people have been living uninterruptedly since the Middle Ages.

Overnight in Sighisoara

Day 10 : Brasov – Peles Castle – Sphinx rock – Bucharest

What you’re about to see today will certainly raise a few questions: at an altitude of over two thousand meters, there’s a rock chiseled by time and natural phenomena, with the shape of a human face. It has the dimensions of the Egyptian Sphinx, the similarities being striking, but it is much older. Upon our descent, we’ll enter the former royal residence of Peles, a palace where you can admire art collections, books and rare weapons.

Overnight in Bucharest

Day 11 : Departure

Your amazing holiday in Romania comes to an end.

Danube Delta
Danube Delta
Danube Delta
Tempo Bucharest Hotel
Ambient Hotel
Hotel Pantex Brasov
Ibis Sibiu Hotel
Hotel Ramada Sibiu
Archia Mansion Boutique Hotel
Casa Wagner Sighisoara
Central Park Sighisoara
Bucharest – Discover the capital of Romania
Palace of the Parliament
Danube Delta
Vist the magical and spectacular mud volcanoes of Romania
Brasov the city at the foothill of the Carpathians

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Bran Castle, also known as Dracula Castle

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Adopt a bear at the LiBEARty Bear Sanctuary in Romania
Transfagarasan road – Top Gear’s best road in the world in 2011
The Hunyad Castle – Amazing Medieval Castle in Transylvania
Alba Carolina fortress
Sighisoara fortress – The only inhabited medieval fortress in Europe
Peles Castle – the summer residence of Romanian royalty

Guaranteed Departures

Private tourYes
Price per person2224 €
Guaranteed departure tourAugust 21st 2016 Yes
Price per person1340 €1290 €
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What's included

  • Transfer Airport-Hotel-Airport
  • Accommodation for 10 nights
  • Private English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees for the sights included in itinerary
  • Transport by private car/coach
  • Full board: 10 Breakfasts, 10 lunches (3 traditional organic lunches), 10 Dinners (2 Traditional Romanian Dinners with Folk Show)

What's not included

  • Airline tickets
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals, other than mentioned in the itinerary and alcoholic beverages
  • Entrance fees to monuments/sights other than those mentioned in the itinerary
  • Various expenses such as room service, beverages, personal calls, souvenirs, etc.


  • Single Supplement 118 €
  • Supplement 4* Hotel 48 €

Why you should choose this tour

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