Private tours from Bucharest

Mogosoaia Palace & Snagov Monastery Tour
(5 hours)

Operating days: Tuesday - Sunday
Starting Time: 9 am
Duration: 5 hours
Languages: English (other languages on request for an aditional fee)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 129
2 79
3 69
4-8 59

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included (pick-up and drop-off included)
English speaking driver

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 10 Euro/person)

Details
This 5-hour tour reveals to you two attraction points of maximum interest, both situated outside but not very far from Bucharest.

Itinerary
Bucharest (pick-up from the hotel) - Mogosoaia - Snagov - Bucharest (drop-off at the hotel)

About Mogosoaia Palace
After about one hour of driving to the north of Bucharest we will reach Mogosoaia Palace, a monumental building having a unique architecture called Brancovenesc architecture which is a Romanian Renaissance architectural style consisting of a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman elements.

The Palace was built by the ruler Constantin Brancoveanu in 1702. After the execution of Constantin Brancoveanu in Constantinople in 1714, the palace continues to be own by the family, but it passed a decline during the Ottoman rule period. It was renovated starting with 1912 by Martha Bibescu becoming a meeting place for the members in the high level society. During the Second World War, the palace has been also a meeting place for the Allied diplomats. At the end of the Second World War, after 1945, the palace was nationalized by the Communist Party. In the present, the palace hosts the Museum of Brancoveanu Art and it is an important tourist attraction.

After the visit to Mogosoaia Palace we head to Snagov Monastery which takes about one hour of driving.

About Snagov Monastery
Snagov Monastery is located on an island in the northern part of Snagov Lake. The monastery was built by Mircea the Elder (the grandfather of the famous Dracula) who made also the first documentary attestation of this church in 1408. During its history, the monastery was rebuilt by Vlad the Impaler and some other rulers of Wallachia. It has been one of the strongest fortified churches and maybe the richest in Wallachia for a long time in the Medieval Period. Snagov Monastery was also an important cultural center, running here one of the first printing house of Wallachia.

Snagov Monastery is one of the most popular tourist destination especially for the foreign tourists coming in Bucharest.

In the end of the tour, driving back to Bucharest.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Slanic Salt Mine & Wine Tasting
(7-8 hours)

Operating days: Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 7.30 - 9.00 AM
Duration: 7-8 hours
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 239
2 139
3 119
4-8 99

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details
This tour includes visit of the Salt Mine in Slanic Prahova, the largest salt mine in Europe, followed by a visit with wine tasting and traditional lunch including 3 course meal and water at the Wine Cellar.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver/guide (other languages on request)
3 course meal and wine tasting

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 4 Euro/person)

Itinerary
Bucharest - Slanic Prahova
Visit at the Old Mine (Salina Veche)
Slanic Prahova
Lunch and wine tasting in a local traditional wine cellar
Bucharest

About The Old Salt Mine in Slanic Prahova
It is the largest salt mine in Europe and it is located in Slanic, Prahova County, Romania, just 100 km north of Bucharest. The salt mine is closed for extraction, but it is open for visitors, featuring a microclimate with natural air-conditioning and constant temperature and atmoshperic pressure throughout the year. The mine consists of 14 chambers with trapezoidal profiles, having a 10 m opening to the ceiling and 32 m to the ground, a height of 54 m and a wall inclination angle of 60 degrees.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Peles Royal Castle & Wine Tasting
(9 hours)

Operating days: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 8.30
Duration: 9 hours
Languages: english (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 119
3 99
4-8 89

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details
This tour includes visit of the Peles Castle, the former residence of the Romanian Royal Family followed by a visit with wine tasting and traditional lunch including 3 course meal and water at Azuga Wine Cellars (founded in 1892 and "Official wine supplier of the Royal Family").

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver
3 course meal and wine tasting in Azuga

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 7 Euro/person)

Itinerary
Bucharest - Sinaia
Visit Sinaia Monastery & Peles Castle
Sinaia - Azuga
Lunch and wine tasting
Azuga - Bucharest

Important

  • Between Oct 30 and Nov 30, Peles Castle is closed for cleaning. During this period, his smaller replica - Pelisor Castle - will be visited.
  • Between 16 September and 15 May, Peles castle is open from Wednesday to Sunday only.

About Peles Castle
Peles Castle has been, from the turn of the 19th century, the main point of attraction of Sinaia resort. The edifice was built in 1873 on the order of Carol de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen - King of Romania from 1866 - and is an architectural mixture of the German School and neo-renaissance style. The castle has 160 rooms, all of them opulently decorated in leather and wood from the most valuable tree species. The Armour Hall, Reception Hall, Concert Hall and, of course, the Royal Chamber are famous. Peles also served as the retreat residence of most of Romania"s monarchs - Carol I who died here in 1914, King Ferdinand and Queen Maria.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Impressive Caves from Romania Tour

(10-12 hours)

Operating days: Monday- Sunday (except winter days when the weather prevents the visit)
Starting time: 08:00 am
Language: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 119
3 99
4-8 89

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Description

This program was designed to reveal two of the most spectacular caves in Romania combining the geography with history of Romania.  The first visit will be the cave called  “The Valley City”, accidentally discovered  after a hydraulic explosion in 1949. You will visit the spectacular interior of a 20 million years old cave having stalactites  and stalagmites, sometimes united in columns. The “Valley City” cave was declared protected natural area of national interest.

 The second visit will be “Dambovicioara”  cave formed during Jurassic period on limestone rock due to Dambovicioara creek. Inside there can be seen interesting limestone formations such as stalactites and stalagmites.

In the evening, drive back to Bucharest.

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus with fuel included
  • English speaking guide/driver

Not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch

Itinerary

  • Bucharest – Rasnov (visit the Valley City cave) – Lunch – Dambovicioara village (visit Dambovicioara cave)

Please note that the order of the visits during the trip can vary depending on the weather and traffic conditions as well as on the visiting program switch from summer to winter season.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

In search of Dracula Tour
(14 hours)

Operating days: every day
Starting Time: on request (between 7am - 8am)
Duration: 14 hours
Languages: English (on request: Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, etc)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 119
3 109
4-8 99

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details

For years Dracula remained a mystery for most of those who read Bram Stocker’s novel. They come to Romania in search of this fearful vampire and looking forward to find out interesting stories and legends about him. Not too many people know the fact that Bram Stocker had as a source of inspiration the life of a cruel, Valachian ruler, Vlad the Impaler, a very important personality in the history of Romania.

Join us on the footsteps of Dracula and visit places which will reveal you the real story of this legendary character. During one day you will see Bran castle in Transylvania, the medieval castle which became so famous thanks to the legend of Dracula.

You will also visit the real fortress which used to belong to the Valachian ruler, Vlad the Impaler. Poenari Fortress is located on the top of a hill surrounded by impressive mountain scenery. Prepare to climb 1480 steps for about 20-30 minutes on a trek of aprox 1 km. The landscape up there, is worth doing this.

In the evening you will head back to Bucharest.

Included

  • Transportation by car/minibus fuel included
  • English speaking guide services

Not included

  • Entrance fees (aprox. 8 Euro/person)
  • Lunch (aprox. 13 Euro/person)

Itinerary

  • Bucharest – Bran – Poenari – Bucharest

Important

  • Those who cannot climb the steps to reach Poenari Fortress, can wait for the group at the base of the hill.
  • Please note that the time table is subjected to be changed due to heavy city traffic and road work

Note: This tour is showing you some of the most interesting and beautiful places of Romania which are not very close to Bucharest. Therefore, before booking the tour we advise you to carefully check the itinerary. Although most of our clients are delighted with the tour, please take into account the long distances and the relative short period of the visiting time.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Full Day Trip to Peles Castle & Bran (Dracula"s) Castle
(10-12 hours)

Operating days: on request only (except Mondays & Tuesdays when the castles are closed)
Starting Time: on request (between 7am – 9am)
Duration: 10-12 hours
Languages: English (on request for an additional fee: Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, etc)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 109
3 99
4-8 89

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details
This one-day tour reveals you 2 attraction points of maximum interest, both situated in a picturesque region of the Carpathians mountains, but still not too far from the capital city. By taking this tour, you will also have the chance to visit the middle age city of Brasov and the international ski resort Poiana Brasov.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 12 Euro/person)
Lunch (aprox. 13 Euro/person)

Itinerary
Bucharest – Sinaia
Visit Sinaia Monastery & Peles Castle

Sinaia – Bran
Visit Bran (Dracula’s Castle)
Lunch in a local restaurant

Bran – Brasov
Stop in the City Hall Square for a short walk in the old downtown

Brasov – Bucharest

Important

  • Between Oct 30 and Nov 30 every year, Peles Castle is closed for cleaning. During this period, his smaller replica - Pelisor Castle - will be visited.
  • From 15 Sep to 15 May, Peles Castle is open from Wednesday to Sunday only. During Mondays and Tuesdays, Cantacuzino Palace in Busteni or Rasnov Citadel will be visited instead.

About Peles Castle
Peles Castle has been, from the turn of the 19th century, the main point of attraction of Sinaia resort. The edifice was built in 1873 on the order of Carol de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen – King of Romania from 1866 – and is an architectural mixture of the German School and neo-renaissance style. The castle has 160 rooms, all of them opulently decorated in leather and wood from the most valuable tree species. The Armour Hall, Reception Hall, Concert Hall and, of course, the Royal Chamber are famous. Peles also served as the retreat residence of most of Romania’s monarchs – Carol I who died here in 1914, King Ferdinand and Queen Maria.

About Bran (Dracula’s) Castle
Bran castle owes its fame both to its unique charm and to the myth Bram Stoker created around Dracula. Documentary evidence of the castle dates back as far as 1377. A true fortress located in Bran village, aprox. 25 km away from Brasov, all its walls are made of stone and the rooms and the narrow corridors form a labyrinth of hidden corners and secret chambers. In 1920, Queen Mary, the niece of Queen Victoria of Great Britain, turned the castle into a beautiful summer residence. The legend goes that the heart of Queen Mary, kept in a silver box, was discovered in a niche of the building…

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

One Day Tour to Constanta (the ancient city of Tomis on the Black Sea Coast)
(11-12 hours)

Operating days: on request only (except Mondays & Tuesdays out of the summer season)
Starting Time: on request (between 7am - 8am)
Duration: 11-12 hours
Languages: english (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 139
3 99
4-8 79

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 10 Euro/person)
Lunch (aprox. 15 Euro/person)

Details
Constanta is the oldest town attested on the Romanian territory. The first documentary attestation of this city dates back to 657 BC, when in the area was founded a Greek colony called Tomis. The Greek settlements have been conquered by the Romans in 71 BC and renamed Constantiana, after the sister of the Roman Emperor Constantin the Great. During the 13th Century the town was developed by the Italian merchants from Genova. Constanta has declined during the Ottoman rule period. After the Romanian war of Independence 1877-1878, Constanta start to rise back and has been developed until the present as the largest harbor in Romania.

Itinerary
Bucharest - Constanta - Bucharest

First part it will be driving on the highway to Constanta, crossing the bridge over the Danube (the first bridge was built in 1895 by the Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny during the King Carol I). Also we will pass the Nuclear Power Plant built by a Canadian Company starting with the beginning of 1978. After 3 hours of driving we will reach Constanta where we head to the Historical Center.

Sights to be visited:

The Museum of Archeology and History Constanta
Founded in 1878, the museum contains relics and pieces of architecture from the Greek and Roman period.

The Roman Edifice with mosaic
Discovered in 1959 by archaeological excavations, the edifice reveals an original Roman Mosaic, part of the commercial harbor, dating back to the 4th Century.

The statue of Ovidius
The statue representing� Publius Ovidius Naso (43BC-17AC). The statue is located in the Ovidiu Square and was built in 1887 by the Italian� sculptor Ettore Ferrari.

The Muslim Mosque
Built between 1910-1912 as a homage to the local Moslem community, the inauguration was made in the presence of Carol I (the first king of Romania). It was first named Carol I and later it was renamed Mahmud the Second. Going up in the Minaret Tower you can have a splendid panoramic view of the whole city Constanta.

The Orthodox Cathedral
The Orthodox Cathedral� Saints Peter and Paul was built between 1883-1895 by the famous Romanian architect Ion Mincu. It is a monument of Byzantine architectural style.

The Aquarium Constanta
Inaugurated in 1958 as the first public aquarium in Romania, you can see here a variety of fish species including a large collection of sturgeon.

After lunch, the day ends with the driving back to Bucharest.

The Tour last approximately 12 hours.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

The Real Dracula Tour - Private 
(11-12 hours)

Operating days: on request only
Starting Time: 08:00
Duration: 11-12 hours
Languages: English (on request: Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, etc)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 119
3 109
4-8 99

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details

This trip is the perfect way to discover another interesting part of Romania and the real story of Vlad the Impaler, sometimes associated with count Dracula. The tour guide will pick you up at 08:00 am from your hotel and you will head first  to Targoviste, the former capital of Wallachia province, to visit the Princely Court, the place where the Wallachian rulers used to reign for centuries.

After this, the trip will continue with the visit at an architectural masterpiece in Curtea de Arges, where you will have the chance to see the beautiful Curtea de Arges Monastery. Beyond the impressive and unique architectural style, the monastery boasts an interesting legend about the builder of the church and all he had to do so he could, eventually, finish the work.

Poenari Citadel is the next visit for which you will have to climb 1480 steps for about 20-30 minutes on a trek of aprox 1 km. Prepare to admire a remarkable scenery over the mountains and the hear the tumultuous story of Vlad the Impaler, one of the most intriguing figures in our history.

Before getting back to Bucharest, you will stop at Vidraru Lake, an important construction from the communist period, placed next to the famous Transfagarasan Road, named by Top Gear as “the most beautiful road in the world”.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 5 Euro/person)
Lunch (aprox. 12 Euro/person)

Itinerary
Bucharest – Targoviste - Curtea de Arges – Poenari Citadel –Vidraru Lake – Bucharest

Important
Those who cannot climb the steps to reach Poenari Fortress, can wait for the group at the base of the hill.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

One Day Tour to Bulgaria
(11-12 hours)

Operating days: on request only
Starting Time: 08:00
Duration: 11-12 hours
Languages: English (on request: Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, etc)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 199
2 119
3 109
4-8 99

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details

The tour will start at 08:00 am with pick up from your hotel.

You will cross the border into Bulgaria over Danube River, the second largest river in Europe, and then stop at Ivanovo to visit Ivanovo Churches (UNESCO heritage since 1979).

Being located in the Valley of the Rusenski Lom River, the rock-hewn churches are very famous thanks to their impressive XIII-XIVth century frescos.

The second stop will be in Veliko Tarnovo, one of the most beautiful cities in Bulgaria, located on the banks of Yantra River. Also known as the City of Tsars, Veliko boasts an impressive fortress with the ruins of the formerTsarevets Palace and the patriarchal church, nowdays with modern and intriguing paintings. The medieval atmosphere is well kept in the city thanks to the old architecture and the narrow streets where you can admire local craftsmen and their work.

The Village of Arbanassi is the next place you will visit, being located very close to the city. Arbanassi is a quiet and picturesque village which even today keeps the medieval touch through the old architecture.

The tour ends after returning to Bucharest.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking travel assistant
Entrance fees to sites included in the program

Not included
Lunch
Travel insurance
Visa procurement (if needed)

Itinerary
Bucharest – Ivanovo – Veliko Tarnovo – Village of Arbanassi – Bucharest

Please note Ivanovo churches are closed during the winter season between 1 December and 31 March. During this period, you will be able to visit the Roman ruins from Nicopolis Ad Istrum or the Basarbovski Rock Monastery.

Starting with July 2015 until March 2016, rehabilitation works will take place at the bridge crossing over Danube river and connecting Romania to Bulgaria. Because of this works,  it is possible to wait longer to cross the border between both countries.

Taking this tour, please remember you are leaving Romania and entering Bulgaria; please ensure that your Visa requirements are in order and it is essential that you carry your passport.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Peles Castle & Off Road Adventure
(12 hours)

Operating days: on request only (except Mondays & Tuesdays when the castle is closed)
Starting Time: 8.00 AM
Duration: approx. 12 hours
Operation period: Recommended 1th of April - 31th of October
Important note: In case of adverse weather conditions (heavy rain/snow storm) the off-road trip will be replaced by a visit to Bran Castle & Brasov as an alternative.
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
2 159
3 129
4-6 99

For a group of more than 6 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Included:
Transport by minibus & 4x4 vehicle
English speaking guide/driver

Not included:
Entrance fees
Lunch (aprox. 15 Euro/pers)

Details
This full day tour will include departure from Bucharest, aprox. two hours drive to Sinaia, a beautiful mountain resort, stop in Sinaia to visit Peles Castle, the former summer residence of Carol 1st (Carol Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, a German Prince from the dynasty with the same name, was the first king of Romania). The Castle built between 1875 - 1914 (a total period of 39 years) in a beautiful Neo Renaissance architectural style, one of the most modern constructions from the end of the 19th century was also the first castle in Europe with electric power. After the visit in the castle, the trip will continue with an expedition to the peaks, to admire the real beauty of the mountains and "the world seen from above". The expedition will take aprox. 4 hours and it will be made using a local mountain guide & a strong 4x4 vehicle.

Itinerary
Bucharest - Sinaia (visit Peles Castle) - Off Road Tour up to the picks - back in Sinaia - return to Bucharest

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

Peles Castle,  Bran Castle & Transfagarasan Tour

(2 days)

Operating months: July - October
Operating days: Monday - Sunday
Starting time: 08:00 am
Language: English (other languages on request for an additional fee)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 495
2 265
3 219
4-8 189

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Description

Peles Castle, Bran Castle and Transfagarasan Road are the main highlights of this 2 day trip. You are welcome to walk along the impressive chambers and halls of the elegant Peles Royal Castle, to discover the truth behind the legend at Bran, Dracula’s Castle and to admire extraordinary mountain scenery along Transfagarasan, “the best road in the world!”(Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson).

Details

 

Day 1: BUCHAREST – CURTEA DE ARGES – POIENARI – TRANSFAGARASAN – BRASOV (374 km)

The day starts with pick up from your hotel at 08:00 am. You will head to Transfagarasan, the mountain gateway to the legendary land of Transylvania. On the way there, you will stop first at Curtea de Arges Monastery, an architectural masterpiece built between 1512 and 1517.  During the visit you will be introduced to the religious specific of the Romanians and you will find out the intriguing legend of the construction of this worship place.

Continue the trip and drive to Poienari fortress, built by Vlad The Impaler, between 1456-1457. Brief stop for photos at the foot of the hill (optional visit the fortress including ascension of 1480 steps). Lunch in a Romanian traditional restaurant followed by drive on the famous Transfagarasan Road. First stop will be at Vidraru Dam, built during the communist period, together with the road. You will have the chance to take photos of this splendid landscape. Driving to the mountain top, the landscape becomes more and more spectacular. After passing by beautiful waterfalls, we will go through the longest tunnel in Romania, for almost 1 km, reaching Balea glacier Lake. Brief stop for photos. On the other side of the mountain the drive will be even more impressive. You will also enjoy listening to interesting stories about how this road was build, its utility and why it became the ”best road in the world” according to Top Gear.

The end of the day will be in the city of Brasov, where you will have dinner and accommodation.

Day 2: BRASOV – BRAN – SINAIA – BUCHAREST (225 km)

Brasov or Kronstadt (under its German name) is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Transylvania region. In the morning, after breakfast, you will find out the story of this city and the importance of the Saxon population in the Romanian history. You will visit the Black Church, the largest Gothic cathedral in Eastern Europe and then enjoy a short walking tour in the Old Town of Brasov (typical architectural style, narrow and cobblestone streets, walls of fortification and towers of defense, a medieval space brought in the modern nowadays).

Head then to Bran and visit Bran Castle which became so famous thanks to the legend of Dracula.  After lunch, leave the medieval castle to visit this time a modern one. Stop in Sinaia mountain resort, called “the Pearl of the Carpathians” and admire Peles Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. It was built in the XIXth century to be the summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family. Being the first castle in Europe provided with electric power, Peles is an outstanding construction with a very elegant and unique interior design. Here you will also find out the tumultuous story of the Royal Family of Romania.

Before leaving Sinaia, visit Sinaia Monastery, with both old and new churches.

The tour will end with drive back to Bucharest.

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus (pick-up/drop-off at the hotel included)
  • English speaking guide/driver
  • One night accommodation with breakfast in Brasov in a 3* hotel or guest house

Not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch and dinner

Important

  • Between 16 Sep and 15 May, Peles castle is open from Wednesday to Sunday only. On Mondays and Tuesdays, the Cantacuzino Castle in Busteni or Rasnov Citadel will be visited instead.

Itinerary

  • Bucharest Curtea de Arges (The Monastery)  – Poenari (The Fortress, optional) -  Vidraru (The Dam) – The Road Transfagarasan (beautiful landscapes) - Balea Lac Brasov (The Medieval City) – Bran (The Medieval Castle) - Sinaia (Peles Castle and Sinaia Monastery)

Please note that the order of the visits during the trip can vary depending on the weather and traffic conditions as well as on the visiting program switch from summer to winter season.

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

The Black Sea & Danube Delta Tour
(2 days)

Operating period: May 1st - September 30th
Operating days: Tuesday - Sunday
Starting time: 08:00 am
Language: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 599
2 319
3 239
4-8 189

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Description

The Black Sea Coast is a very important region of Romania and during this trip you will understand why. Here, old ruins are whispering long gone stories about ancient Greek and Roman colonists who populated more then 2 000 years ago the West shore of the Black Sea. In Constanta you will travel back time and find out more about these colonists.

Let’s not forget about Danube Delta, the second largest river delta in Europe, after Volga and the best preserved on the continent. It represents a natural treasure included on the UNESCO World Heritage list, with unique landscape, fauna and flora.  All these in just 2 days!

Details

Day 1: BUCHAREST – CONSTANTA – TULCEA ( 352 km)

Pick up from your hotel at 08:00 am and drive to Constanta, the oldest city on the Romanian territory (657 BC). In the area, a Greek colony was founded called Tomis. Later on, the Greek settlements have been conquered by the Romans and renamed Constantiana, after the sister of the Roman Emperor Constantin the Great.  Nowadays Constanta became the largest harbor at the Black Sea and the fourth largest commercial harbor in Europe. In the Old Town you will visit: The Museum of History & Archeology, The Roman Edifice with mosaic (the largest mosaic from the Roman Empire), the statue representing Publius Ovidius Naso, The Muslim Mosque built by the first king of Romania, Carol Ist  as a homage to the local Muslim community (going up in the Minaret Tower you can have a splendid panoramic view of the whole city of Constanta), The Orthodox Cathedral dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul  (monument of Byzantine architectural style), The Aquarium Constanta, the first public aquarium in Romania, and the Genoese lighthouse first built in the 13th century, and rebuilt in the present shape in 1858-1860.

Lunch in Constanta followed by drive to Tulcea.

This city is known as “The gate of the Danube Delta”. Being located on the site of seven hills, the Greek ancient name was Aegyssus, dating from the 8th century B.C. and later conquered by the Roman Empire. After a walk on the promenade of the harbor, you will have dinner & accommodation.

Day 2: TULCEA – DANUBE DELTA (boat ride) – BUCHAREST (350 km)

Breakfast in the morning at the hotel.

Today, you will go deeper into Danube Delta during a tour by boat, the main attraction of the day.

Danube Delta is unique in Europe. It’s the largest delta of a river in Europe. Here there are 327 species of birds, 133 species of fish and typical vegetation of wetlands. Thanks to all these natural riches, The Danube Delta was classified as part of UNESCO world heritage in 1991.  During the tour boat you will see one of the most beautiful places in Europe, including outstanding and typical landscapes (water lands) and many birds as pelicans, cormorants, egrets, herons, swans, etc.

After the boat tour, you will enjoy lunch, and then prepare to leave the natural lands of Danube Delta and head back to Bucharest.

Drop off at your hotel and end of the tour.

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus with fuel included
  • English speaking guide/driver – other languages on request
  • One night accommodation with breakfast in a 3* hotel or guest house (in the Danube Delta)
  • Boat trip

Not included

  • Entrance fees (tickets) in the museums
  • Lunch and dinner

Itinerary

  • Bucharest – Constanta – Tulcea – Danube Delta - Tulcea – Bucharest.

A longer tour than two days in the Danube Delta can be organized on special request.

Please note that the order of the visits during the trip can vary depending on the weather and traffic conditions as well as on the visiting program switch from summer to winter season.

Pictures

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Danube Delta Tour
(2 days)

Operating days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Operating period: May 1 - September 30
Starting Time: 8.00
Duration: 2 days
Languages: english (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 599
2 319
3 239
4-8 189

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This 2 day program gives you the opportunity to discover the wonderful Danube Delta. You will also have the chance to visit Tulcea, the port city located at the gates of the delta and to enjoy a boat trip for bird watching or to fish.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver/guide
One night accommodation with breakfast in the Danube Delta hotel/guest house
Boat trip

Itinerary
Day 1: Bucharest - Tulcea - Danube Delta
Day 2: Danube Delta - Tulcea - Bucharest

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

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Medieval Citadel of Sighisoara (UNESCO Heritage)
(2 days)

Operating days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 8.00
Duration: 2 days
Languages: english (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 579
2 299
3 219
4-8 199

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This 2 day program gives you the opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful part of Romania. You will have the chance to visit Peles Castle in Sinaia (former Royal Residence), Brasov - one of the most interesting cities in Transylvania and Sighisoara - the only medieval citadel in the world that is still populated. In the second day you will visit Bran Castle - also known as Dracula"s Castle.

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver/guide
One night accommodation with breakfast in Sighisoara in a 3* hotel or guest house. If you want a 4* or 5* hotel or guesthouse, please send us an e-mail and we will get back to you with a new quotation.

Not included
Entrance fees (aprox. 15 Euro/person), lunch and dinner

Itinerary
Day 1: Bucharest - Sinaia - Brasov - Sighisoara
Day 2: Sighisoara - Bran - Bucharest

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

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Transfagarasan & Transalpina - the most spectacular roads in Romania
(2 days)

Operating days: Daily (except winter season, from November to June, depending on weather)
Starting Time: 08:00 am
Duration: 2 days
Languages: English (other languages on request for an additional fee)

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 495
2 265
3 199
4-8 169

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Details

Transfagarasan & Transalpina are the most beautiful high altitude roads in Romania.  The landscapes are breathtaking and the photo opportunities abound.

In the first day, after a 2-hour drive from Bucharest, you will visit Curtea de Arges Monastery (1512-1517), an outstanding monument of Romanian architecture and one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Romania. The monastery is associated with the local myth of creation and hard work.The guide will tell you the interesting story.

The tour will continue with a visit to Poenari citadel, built by the ruler of Wallachia, Vlad the Impaler, between 1456 – 1457. After this, you will stop for lunch.

Important note: To visit the ruins of the citadel it is necessary to climb around 1480 steps (400 m) and those who cannot climb can wait at the base of the hill.

After the lunch, we start crossing the mountains through Transfagarasan road. It was built between 1970 and 1974 under the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, it has around 150 km and it is linking South Romania (Muntenia) with Transylvania through the Carpathian Mountains.  It is reaching 2042 m altitude and it was considered the most beautiful high altitude road in the world by the British “Top Gear” in 2013. We will go through several tunnels carved into the mountain, the last one being the longest in Romania of 900 meters (brief stops to admire the scenery and for photos at Balea Lake).

By the end of the day you will be in Sibiu – one of the most beautiful cities inTransylvania.

The next morning will start with a walking tour of the old town of Hermanstadt (the German name ofSibiu) founded in 1191. After the tour, we will head to Bucharest driving along Transalpina – the highest road in Romania (reaching 2145 m altitude). Transalpina is the latin name for “the country behind the mountains” and the road is also called the King’s Road because it was rebuilt by the the Romanian king Carol II in 1938. It is among the few roads in Romania where you can literally reach and go even above the clouds!

After a stop for lunch, depending on the time, you will visit another masterpiece of Romanian old traditional architecture - Horezu Monastery (1690 – 1693).

We will be in Bucharest late in the evening after two long and memorable days during which we have combined the beauty of the nature and the sky with the durability and eternity of faith.  

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus (pick-up/drop-off at the hotel included)
  • English speaking guide/driver
  • One night accommodation with breakfast in Sibiu (3* hotel)

Not included

  • Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary

  • Bucharest (pick-up from the hotel) - Pitesti – Curtea de Arges – Poienari – Vidraru – Transfagarasan – Sibiu – Transalpina – Horezu - Rm.Valcea – Pitesti – Bucharest (drop-off at the hotel).

IMPORTANT! Online bookings for this tour are not available anymore as Transalpina road is not practicable. In order to see Transfagarasan Road, we advice you to book the Peles Castle, Bran Castle and Transfagarasan Road Tour. 

 

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Medieval City of Brasov (Kronstadt)
(2 days)

Operating days: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 08:00 AM
Duration: 2 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 549
2 279
3 179
4-8 149

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request. 

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details:

This tour is the perfect way to visit one of the largest and most cherished cities of Romania. Being surrounded by the mountains (the perfect place for a medieval settlement) Brasov is one of the best preserved cities in Europe. Brasov provides a mix of wonderful mountain scenery in the nearby Poiana Braşov and medieval history with German influences in the old town. Peles Castle (the summer Royal residence), Rasnov Fortress and Bran (Dracula"s) Castle are other interesting locations that you will have the chance to visit by taking this tour.

Included:  

  • Transport by car/minibus with parking fees and fuel.
  • English speaking guide/driver (other languages on request)
  • One night accommodation with breakfast in Brasov in a 3* hotel or guest house.

Not included: Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary: 

Day 1: Bucharest– Sinaia –Brasov.

Day 2: Brasov – Rasnov – Bran – Bucharest

Day 1:

Departure from Bucharest to Sinaia, also known as "The Pearl of the Carpathians". This is a beautiful mountain resort located in the Carpathian mountains at 800 meters altitude. Here you will visit  Sinaia Monastery (with the old and the new church) and Peles Castle, built by the first King of Romania, Carol I, to be a summer Royal residence. The castle has an impressive architectural style and built to be a very modern construction (for that time) being the first castle in Europe having electric power. From Sinaia we head to Brasov, an old medieval citadel, first documented in 1235, the most important commercial center from all the seven German Medieval Cities of Transylvania (Siebenbuergen). Visit the Old Town (the Historical Centre), followed by dinner & accommodation.

Day 2:

After breakfast, we will go to visit the medieval fortress Rasnov. This fortress was built by the peasants after the “Great Tartar Invasion” in 1243 to fight against some other invasions of the tartars. It was first documented in 1335 by the King of Hungary Carol Robert Anjou, when the fortress survived another Tartar invasion.  The visit will be followed by lunch and visit to Bran (Dracula’s Castle). The medieval Castle Bran was built for military purposes in the end of the 14th century to defend the border between Transylvania and Wallachia, being associate with the “Legend of Dracula” the novel  by Bram Stoker. In the end of the day, return to Bucharest.

 

 

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Medieval City of Sibiu (Hermanstadt)
(2 days)

Operating days: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 8.00 AM
Duration: 2 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 579
2 299
3 199
4-8 169

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This 2 days program gives you the opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful part of Romania. You will have the chance to visit first day in Sinaia (a beautiful mountain resort) the Monastery Sinaia & Peles Castle, the former Royal Residence of Carol the 1st, built in a mixture of a very beautiful architectural style, Brasov – one of the oldest and most interesting cities in Transylvania called in the past Kronstadt, and in the end of the day you will discover the old town Sibiu, one of the seven German medieval citadels in Transylvania, called in the past Hermanstadt and having a documentary attestation dating back in 1191. In the second day you will visit Bran Castle – also known as "Dracula"s" Castle located in a very beautiful mountain area of Romania.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Included
Transport by car/minibus with parking fees & fuel included
English speaking driver/guide (other languages on request)
One night accommodation with breakfast in Sibiu in a 3* hotel or guest house

Not included
Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary
Day 1: Bucharest – Sinaia – Brasov – Sibiu
Day 2: Sibiu – Bran – Bucharest

 

Pictures

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Bucovina & Transylvania Tour
(3 days)

Operating days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 8.00 AM
Duration: 3 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 699
2 399
3 299
4-8 259

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This program was designed to allow you to discover two of the most beautiful regions of Romania: Bucovina - where you can see the famous painted monasteries - and Transylvania - the land of count Dracula. You will have the chance to visit three of the most beautiful painted monasteries (UNESCO Heritage) from Bucovina region (Sucevita, Moldovita and Voronet) and Bran (Dracula"s) Castle in Transylvania region. Although the itinerary is quite long, driving in the countryside will offer magnific sceneries and this is our only tour to show two interesting regions in a relative short period of time. 

Included
Transport by car/minibus fuel included
English speaking driver/guide (other languages on request)
Two nights accommodation with breakfasct included in Bucovina & Transylvania region

Not included
Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary
Day 1: Bucharest - Bacau - Roman - Bucovina
Day 2: Bucovina - Sucevita - Moldovita - Voronet - Piatra Neamt
Day 3: Piatra Neamt - Lacu Rosu - Brasov - Bran - Bucharest

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

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and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

The Medieval Transylvania Tour
(3 days)

Operating days: Monday - Saturday
Starting Time: 8.00 AM
Duration: 3 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 679
2 379
3 279
4-8 239

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This 3 days program gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most important tourist objectives in the region Transilvania from Romania, located also in a very beautiful landscape.

Day 1: Departure from Bucharest to the Monastery Curtea de Arges built by the ruler of Wallachia Neagoe Basarab in 1514, representing an architectural monument. The tour continue with a visit at Cozia Monastery, first built by one of the first rulers of Wallachia, Mircea cel Batran between 1386-1388, and rebuilt later by some other rulers. This visit will be followed by lunch in a traditional Romanian restaurant. In the afternoon we head to Sibiu, which was a German medieval citadel, with the first documentary attestation in 1191, and the old name Hermanstadt. After a walking tour in the old town (the historical center of Sibiu) we will have a traditional dinner & accommodation. Overnight in Sibiu.

Day 2: After breakfast, departure from Sibiu to the village Biertan & visit at the biggest fortified church in Transilvania, built between 1490 – 1524 (the fortified church Biertan). Later, we are going to the medieval citadel Sighisoara, having a documentary attestation dating back in 1280, and the old German name Schassburg, being in the present the only medieval citadel in Europe still populated (UNESCO heritage). A walking tour of the citadel & visit in The Clock Tower (for an interesting panoramic view) will be followed by a lunch. In the afternoon, we head to Brasov, another medieval citadel, with the first documentary attestation in 1235, and the old name Kronstadt (maybe the most important from all German medieval citadels in Transilvania). After a walking tour in the old town (the historical center of Brasov) will be a traditional dinner & accommodation. Overnight in Brasov.

Day 3: After breakfast, visit in the Black Church, first built in 1383, the most important tourist objective in Brasov. Later we head to Bran (Dracula’s) Castle, with visit followed by a traditional lunch. After lunch, we are going to Sinaia (a beautiful mountain resort) to visit Peles Castle (built by the first king of Romania, Carol the 1st) in a very beautiful architectural style starting with 1875, until 1914, to be a summer residence for holidays. In the end of the day, the last visit will be at Sinaia Monastery (The Old & The New) followed by driving back to Bucharest.

Included
Transport by car/minibus with parking fees & fuel included
English speaking driver/guide (other languages on request)
Two nights accommodation 3* hotel with breakfast included

Not included
Entrance fees (around 30 Euro per person), lunch and dinner (around 12 Euro per meal per peson)

Itinerary
Bucuresti – Curtea de Arges – Cozia – Sibiu
Sibiu - Biertan – Sighisoara – Brasov
Brasov - Sinaia – Bucuresti


Note: For Saturday and Sunday departures the tour will be done in the reverse order because the Peles Castle is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

*Please note that the time table is subjected to changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

Pictures

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4x4 Adventure Tour in Dracula’s Land
(3 days)

Season: All year long
Duration: 3 Days / 2 Nights
Departures: Daily
Type of tour: Guided off-road tour
Travel by: Nissan Patrol or similar

Highlights:

  • Bolboci Lake and Lespezi Pick
  • Bucegi and Baiului Mountains Plateau
  • Peles and Bran (Dracula`s) Castle
  • Brasov
  • Traditional villages
  • Wildlife

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Persons sharing a 4x4 vehicle Price in EURO per person
1 1252
2 672
3 479

* For groups of more than 3 persons you have to make 2 bookings. In one car there is comfortable space for maximum 3 persons. The price is per persons sharing a double room. Single supplement occupancy (50 EUR/person).

Description

This short 4x4 adventure tour is a great way to discover the wonderful Transylvania, home to some of the world`s fascinating landscapes and beautiful castles! We leave the pollution of the city on this 3 days 4x4 tour and experience the wildlife, history and culture of this legendary land as a few travellers get to do. You will enjoy the breathtaking views over Carpathian Mountains, taste delicious traditional foods and explore truly unique places!

WHY travel off-road by a 4×4 vehicle?

Unlike ordinary cars, 4×4 vehicles offer multiple travel advantages:

  • You have the chance to escape from the urban city where you are surrounded by man-made things and enjoy the beauty and purity of nature, the result of divine creation. With our 4×4 vehicles you can reach wild, unique and not easily accessible places.
  • A 4×4 vehicle offers flexibility in route selection, safety, comfort and also additional opportunities for a customized vacation, regardless of weather conditions.
  • Moreover, in a 4×4 jeep you can take all mountain equipment necessary for an active holiday outdoors, a picnic kit, archery accessories, and mountain bikes
  • The professional guides ensure that each guest gets all the best. They are trained in 4×4 off-road tours and have the necessary experience to choose the optimal routes that combine sensational scenery with sightseeing.

Tour Details:

Pick-up location: From your hotel in Bucharest at aprox. 08:00 am

Return details: Transfer to your hotel at aprox. 20.00

Itinerary: Bucharest – Sinaia - Bucegi Plateau - Peles Castle - Plaiul Foii - Canyon of Zarnesti - Baiului Plateau – Brasov - Magura – Pestera - Bran Castle - Simon Hermitage - Bucharest (800 km)
**The itinerary could be modified depending on the weather conditions and tours can be customized on request.

Day 1: Bucharest – Prahova Valley - Bolboci Lake – Scropoasa Lake - Sinaia – Plaiul Foii

Pick up from your hotel and start the journey by crossing Prahova Valley to Bucegi Mountains Plateau, visiting Bolboci Lake – known as “The Sea of Bucegi” and Scropoasa Lake, a transparent gem located in Ialomita Valley. Lunch time will be provided at a special restaurant in Sinaia. After lunch, you will visit Peles Castle, the former summer residence of the Romanian royal family. Considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe, the construction is impressive thanks to the architectural style and decorations, but most of all thanks to the beautiful interior design and the modern facilities for the last half of the XIXth century (electricity, vacuum cleaner, electrical elevator and central heating).
If Peles Castle is closed, you will explore Diham Cottage and go to Plaiul Foii, a wonderful place near Zarnesti town, for a welcome dinner with traditional food and accommodation. Spend the night in a special 3* lodge/hotel in Plaiul Foii.

Day 2: Plaiul Foii – Valea Azugii – Rentea – Brasov –Holbav- Plaiul Foii

After breakfast, you will continue the off-road adventure tour in Rentea – Baiului Mountains giving you the chance to admire breathtaking landscapes. Then, you will visit the beautiful city of Brasov (Kronstadt, under its German name). Founded by the Saxons in the XIIIth century, the city preserves a charming medieval atmosphere with a tumultuous story. Here you will walk on the narrow and cobblestone streets of the old city center. You will see The Council Square, The Council Tower, The famous Black Church (the largest Gothic construction in Eastern part of Europe).
Lunch at a cozy restaurant in Brasov. After lunch, we will continue our off road journey through Barsa Land (Tara Barsei). After a full day in the middle of the nature, we head back to our lodge in Plaiul Foii for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Plaiul Foii – Zarnesti - Magura - Bran Castle– Simon - Bucuresti

We begin the day with optional hike in Zarnesti Canyon. The stunning views of Piatra Craiului and Bucegi mountains and the “spread” traditional villages stay with us along our journey. You will have the opportunity to visit Bran Castle that is considered to be among the 10 most beautiful medieval castles in the world. Lunch will be arranged in a traditional restaurant in Bran area. Then, we will visit the Simon Hermitage located in a very beautiful place. Away from the noisy world, here you will discover another face of Romania, a fairytale corner with spectacular landscapes. On our way back to Bucharest, we will pass through traditional villages giving you a unique experience with some fantastic photo opportunities. In the evening, you will leave the beautiful mountain landscapes behind and return to Bucharest.

Included

  • Fuel and transportation by 4x4 vehicles
  • English speaking guide/driver
  • Recovery equipment
  • Meals (2 breakfast, 2 dinner)
  • Double occupancy accommodation for 2 nights in a superb locations of 3*/4* special lodges

Not included

  • Lunch and alcohol/refreshments drinks
  • Single supplement occupancy (50 EUR/person)
  • Entrance fees to Peles / Bran Castle
  • Adventure tourism medical insurance

Pictures

Important! TravelMaker, as the company which organizes the trip, is not responsible if the visited sites are closed without prior notice
and for any reason at the moment you arrive.

 

The Romanian UNESCO Heritage Tour

(4 days)

Operating days: Monday- Sunday
Starting time: 08:00 am
Language: English (other languages on request)

UNESCO Monuments:  6 (The Painted Monasteries in Bucovina, Sighisoara citadel, Viscri Fortified Church and Prejmer Fortified Church)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 799
2 479
3 359
4-8 329

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Descrion

There is a local saying about our country that goes like this: “Romania starts where the asphalt ends.”  During this trip you will discover the meaning of it, as you will travel  to Bucovina and Transylvania, 2 of the most impressive regions of Romania to visit the famous UNESCO Monuments along with extraordinary cities. So, let the journey begins…

Details

Day 1: BUCHAREST – GURA HUMORULUI (Bucovina – 441 km)

Pick up from your hotel at 08:00 am and drive North to Gura Humorului. So,  prepare to leave behind the region of Wallachia and enter Bucovina, the land of the Beech trees, where you will admire typical mountain and countryside sceneries, meet warm people and feel the spiritualness of the places you will visit.  This region is very famous thanks to the old painted monasteries which are part of UNESCO World Heritage.

Dinner and accommodation in Gura Humorului.

Day 2: GURA HUMORULUI – PIATRA NEAMT (Moldova – 110 km)

Breakfast at hotel in Gura Humorului.

The day will start with the visit of Voronet Monastery, considered as an emblematic painted church with about 500 years old but well preserved frescoes and the inimitable “Voronet blue” in the composition of the paintings. Here you will find out interesting things about the Orthodoxism in Romania, religious traditions and believes all these through…pictures. Do not miss the famous fresco representing the “Doomsday”, which is unique in the world.

The next stop is in Sucevita where you will visit the largest painted convent, very similar to a fortress. You will see again outside painted frescoes which passed the time test. Here there are the best preserved paintings among the other painted monasteries from Bucovina.

Before heading to Piatra Neamt, visit Moldovita Monastery. You will admire the predominantly gold and deep blue paintings on the exterior walls which were completed in the XVIth century.  The large Siege of Constantinople represents the highlight of the frescoes. Also do not miss the representation of the Tree of Jesse, illustrating Christ’s genealogy, a wide-spread iconographical theme in Europe during the Middle Ages.

In the evening, arrive in Piatra Neamt for dinner and accommodation.

Day 3: PIATRA NEAMT – SIGHISOARA – BRASOV (Transylvania – 321 km)

Breakfast at the hotel in Piatra Neamt.

Departure in the morning. Today you will enter the legendary land of Transylvania and visit the UNESCO sites located here. Head first to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel.

On the way you will admire stunning mountain sceneries as you will cross the Carpathians. You will pass several picturesque villages and find out the story of the Szekler minority in Romania, this area being famous for their culture and lifestyle. You will also admire Bicaz Gorge and the Red Lake, unique in Romania, thanks to the way it was formed.

Arrival in Sighisoara (UNESCO Heritage), the only medieval citadel in the Eastern part of Europe which is still inhabited. Here, time seems to run after other patterns. You will find out the story of the citadel, you will see the well preserved walls and towers of defense and admire the medieval houses aligned along narrow old streets. The highlights of the citadel are: the house where it is said that Vlad the Impaler (known as Dracula) was born, the Clock Tower (on the top of which you can take some beautiful panoramic pictures of the citadel), the Covered Stairs and the Evangelical Church. Lunch in Sighisoara.

In the afternoon, head to Viscri village, a medieval one which made Prince Charles of Wales to fall in love with Romania. Viscri is a Saxon settlement full of colour and history, with an authentic local touch and original conservation of the lifestyle. This medieval place was also included on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Here, you will walk on the old streets of the village admiring the genuine Saxon houses, you will get to know the original lifestyle of the people trying to keep alive the old and beautiful traditions, you will visit the Fortified Church, and depending on time, you will stop at a local coffee shop to taste traditional cakes and drinks homemade by the locals. We tried them, and we liked them!

In the evening drive to Brasov for dinner and accommodation.

 

Day 4: BRASOV – PREJMER - SINAIA - BUCHAREST (Wallachia – 211 km )

Breakfast at hotel in Brasov.

Brasov, Kronstadt (“the city of the crown”) under its German name, is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Romania. Here you will walk on the narrow and cobblestone streets of the old city center. You will see The Council Square, The Council Tower, The famous Black Church (the largest Gothic construction in Eastern part of Europe).

Leave Brasov and head to another UNESCO Monument, the Fortified Church of Prejmer. It is here, where you will find out more about the Saxons (Germans) who lived here starting with the X - XIth century. Their culture, life and traditions are very important for our country. Visiting the fortified church, you will understand why.

Now prepare to enter Wallachia, another historical region of Romania. You will stop in Sinaia, a very famous mountain resort known also as the “Pearl of the Carpathians”. You will visit here Peles Castle, the former summer residence for the first Royal couple of Romania, King Carol 1st and Queen Elisabeth. Considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe, the construction is impressive thanks to the architectural style and decorations, but most of all thanks to the beautiful interior design (interesting mixture of cultures in terms of furniture, the specific touch of the King and Queen) and the modern facilities for the last half of the XIXth century (electricity, vacuum cleaner, electrical elevator and central heating). Here you will also find out the story of the Royal couples inRomania and their important influence in the history of our country. The visit lasts about 45 minutes after which you will spend some time in the beautiful gardens of the castle.

Arrival in Bucharest in the evening and drop off at the hotel.

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus with fuel included
  • English speaking guide/driver – other languages on request
  • Three night accommodation with breakfast included at 3 star hotels or guesthouses according to the program above

Not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch and dinner

Itinerary

  • Day 1: Bucharest– Gura Humorului (Bucovina)
  • Day 2: Gura Humorului–Piatra Neamt (Moldavia)
  • Day 3: Piatra Neamt – Sighisoara – Brasov (Transylvania)
  • Day 4: Brasov – Prejmer - Sinaia – Bucharest (Wallachia)

Please note that the order of the visits during the trip can vary depending on the weather and traffic conditions as well as on the visiting program switch from summer to winter season.

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Transylvanian Medieval Castles and Fortified Churches Tour
(4 days)

Operating days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 08:00 AM
Duration: 4 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 969
2 499
3 369
4-8 339

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details

The Saxon villages appeared in Transylvania around the XIIIth century when the Hungarian kings settled here German colonists. Their cultural identity was preserved thanks to the multitude of crafts and traditions despite the constant threat of the Ottoman Empire. Thus, the Saxons formed a strong community in Transylvania and managed to protect their land by creating fortifications around their churches. Nowadays, among 150 medieval fortified churches, 7 are part of UNESCO world heritage. This tour is the perfect way to discover their story and step back time for only three days in the mysterious Transylvania.

 

Day 1: BUCHAREST – SINAIA – BRAN – BRASOV (216 km)

Departure from Bucharest to Sinaia and visit one of the most beautiful castles in Europe,Peles Royal Castle. The second visit will allow you to travel back time, in the Medieval Age. You will see Bran Castle, the most visited castle in Romania also thanks to the legendary character, Dracula. The day will end in Brasov where you will enjoy a walking tour of the downtown in the Council Square and see the Black Church, a Gothic masterpiece, being the largest Gothic construction in Eastern part of Europe.

Overnight in Brasov.

Day 2: BRASOV – PREJMER – RUPEA – VISCRI – SIGHISOARA (160 km)

Today you will see part of the Saxons’ heritage in Transylvania. In the morning you will leave Brasov and head to Prejmer to visit the fortified church which, due to the good preservation, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. The day will continue with another medieval monument, this time a citadel, recently renovated, Rupea Citadel, followed by a visit at Viscripti fortified church (UNESCO monument).

In the evening you will arrive in Sighisoara.

Overnight in Sighisoara.

Day 3: SIGHISOARA – BIERTAN – MEDIAS – SIBIU (112 km)

This day, we continue our trip on the land of Transylvania. In the morning you will enjoy a walking tour of the citadel & visit in The Clock Tower (for an interesting panoramic view). Let’s not forget that Sighisoara is the only citadel in Europe which is still inhabited, UNESCO monument, as well. You will leave this beautiful town and stop in the village of Biertan (UNESCO Heritage) where you will see the biggest fortified church in Transylvania and find out the unique method of the citizens to keep their marriages and avoid getting divorced. Prepare for a lovely surprise. Medias will be the second stop and in the evening you will arrive in Sibiu.

Overnight in Sibiu.

Day 4: SIBIU – COZIA – BUCHAREST (275 km)*

Sibiu was a German medieval citadel, with the first documentary attestation in 1191, and the old name Hermanstadt. Being so well preserved, in 2007, Sibiu gained the title of the European Capital of Culture. You will enjoy here a walking tour in the old town (the historical center of Sibiu) including The Large Square, The Small Square with the picturesque Liars Bridge, the old fortifications of the city, the Council Tower, etc. Later you will have a traditional lunch and head back to Bucharest. On your way you will stop in Cozia to visit Cozia Monastery, considered one of the most valuable monuments of national medieval art.

In the evening you will arrive in Bucharest.

* During summer time, the itinerary will include instead Cozia, a drive from Sibiu on Transfagarasan and a visit to Poenari Citadel, the real citadel which used to belong to Vlad the Impaler, known as Dracula.

Included

Transport by car/minibus with parking fees & fuel included
English speaking driver/guide (other languages on request)
Three nights accommodation at a 3* hotel with breakfast included

Not included

Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary

Day 1: Bucharest– Sinaia – Bran –Brasov

Day 2: Brasov– Prejmer - Rupea – Viscripti – Sighisoara

Day 3: Sighisoara – Biertan – Medias –Sibiu

Day 4: Sibiu– Cozia -Bucharest

 

*Please note that the time table is subjected to be changed due to heavy city traffic and road works.

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Magic Transylvania
(4 days)

Operating days: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun.
Starting Time: 08:00 am
Duration: 4 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 899
2 499
3 369
4-8 339

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

Price based on double occupancy. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details

This 4-day program reveals some of the best medieval fortresses and castles from Romania, beautiful monasteries and an interesting salt mine.

Day 1: Departure from Bucharest to Sinaia which is a beautiful mountain resort in the Carpathians. In Sinaia you’ll  visit the oldest monastery in town. The religious complex consists of the old church, built in the end of the 17th century, and the new one built in first years of the 20th century. Further on, you will visit the Peles Castle, built by the first king of Romania in the second half of the 19th century. It is considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe.

Departure from Sinaia to Brasov, to visit the old town of the city certified in the year of 1235. At that time it was one of the seven German Saxon citadels in Transylvania and the most important commercial center. Next, we head to the city of Sighisoara to visit its medieval citadel, one of the best preserved in Europe and the only one still inhabited. It is a very popular tourist attraction and an UNESCO World Heritage. Accommodation in Sighisoara.

Day 2: We will leave behind Sighisoara, heading to the city of Turda to visit the salt mine. It is one of the oldest on Romanian territory, the salt exploatation in the area dating from the roman period. The first documentary attestation of this salt mine dates back to 1271 and the mine continued to be active until 1932. Between 2008 and 2010 serious renovation works transformed this mine into a famous tourist site of Romania. After the salt mine visit you’ll set of to the city of Alba Iulia. It has a long history, dating back to the time of the Dacian tribe who built here the first fortress. The area was conquered by the Romans in 106 who built a fort known as Apulum. The present shape dates back to the first part of the 18th century when the Hapsburgs built one of the best Vauban citadels in this area. Overnight in Alba Iulia.

Day 3: Departure to the city of Hunedoara, to visit the most important monument of Gothic architecture in Transylvania. Certified in the first half of the 14th century, the castle was donated by the Hungarian king Sigismund Luxemburg Prince Voicu (the father of Iancu de Hunedoara). In the first half of the 15th century, the ruler of Transylvania, Iancu de Hunedoara, rebuilt the old castle as a military fortress.  The castle of Hunedoara was extended later by the son of Iancu, the Hungarian king Matei Corvin and by other rulers of Transylvania. At the present the castle is the largest and most imposing Gothic medieval structure in Transylvania. After the castle visit, you’ll depart to Sibiu. Once in the city, we are going to have a walking tour in The Old Town Sibiu. The medieval citadel of Hermanstadt was also one of those seven German cities in Transylvania. During the walking tour you will discover the atmosphere of a medieval town. You’ll enjoy a dinner in a traditional Romanian restaurant. Accommodation in Sibiu.

Day 4: After breakfast, you’ll set off for the Cozia Monastery. Built in 1388 as a typical byzantine church, it shelters the tomb of the founder, Mircea the Elder, ruler of Wallachia between 1386 and 1418. Next we will drive to the monastery of Curtea de Arges. Built between 1512 and 1517, the monastery was rebuilt later during the reign period of Carol I in 1886. This monastery impresses through its outstanding architecture. The exterior walls boast unique stone embroideries. Inside there are buried the founder, the ruler Neagoe Basarab and also the first two Romanian royal couples. The tour ends in Bucharest.

Included

  • Transport by car/minibus with parking fees & fuel included
  • English speaking guide/driver (other languages on request)
  • Accommodation for three nights in 3* hotels  with breakfast included

Not included

  • Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary

  • Bucuresti – Sinaia – Brasov – Sighisoara
  • Turda –Alba Iulia
  • Hunedoara – Sibiu
  • Sibiu – Cozia – Curtea de Arges – Bucuresti

 

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Maramures, Bucovina & Danube Delta Tour
(5 days)

Operating days: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Starting Time: 8.00 AM
Duration: 5 days
Languages: English (other languages on request)

Our tours are not available on the following dates: 15-17 Apr 2017, 3 Dec 2017, 24-26 Dec 2017, 31 Dec 2017, 1-2 Jan 2018

Price

Number of persons traveling together Price in EURO per person
1 1239
2 699
3 539
4 439
5 399
6 359
7 339
8 319

For a group of more than 8 persons, the price will be provided on request.

The price is per person sharing a double room. For single supplement, please contact us.

Details
This five days program gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most important tourist objectives and beautiful landscapes in Romania.You will be traveling through Maramures where you will see impressive wooden churces but also traditional houses, Bucovina with its famous painted monasteries and finally Danube Delta, an unique natural reservation (UNESCO heritage).

Included
Transport by car/minibus with fuel and parking fees
English speaking guide & driver (other languages on request)
Four nights accommodation 3* hotel or guesthouse with breakfast included
Boat trip in the Danube Delta

Not included
Entrance fees, lunch and dinner

Itinerary
Bucharest - Sighisoara - Sighetul Marmatiei - Gura Humorului - Tulcea - Bucharest

Day 1 - SIGHISOARA
Departure from Bucharest to Sinaia, also known as "The Pearl of the Carpathians". This is a beautiful mountain resort located in the Carpathian mountains at 800 meters altitude. Here you will be visiting Sinaia Monastery and Peles Castle built by the first King of Romania, Carol I, to be a summer Royal residence. The castle is an architectural beauty and very modern (for that time) being the first castle in Europe having electric power. From Sinaia we head to Brasov, an old medieval citadel, the most important commercial center from all the seven German Medieval Cities (Siebenbuergen). Visit the Old Town (the Historical Centre), followed by lunch. After this we start to Sighisoara, the only medieval citadel in Europe still populated (UNESCO heritage), being kept in the original form with the old medieval fortifications and the old towers. Overnight in a hotel or guesthouse in Sighisoara.

Day 2 - SIGHETUL MARMATIEI
After the breakfast you will be driven toward the region of Maramures, a place where the purity of nature blends with the beauty of the old villages, a place where the locals kept untouched their traditions, where the carved wood represents a common way of building. Here you will visit the wooden church Barsana built in 1995, the most representative from all the wooden churces in Maramures and also "The Old Barsana" (UNESCO heritage), which was translated from the original place to another location using the old popular technique called "Dovetail". Then, you will be driven nearby Sapanta village where you will admire the famous Merry Cemetery. The Merry Cemetery has gained originality and value by means of the chopped, carved and painted crosses on which the artisan has chiseled out versified epitaphs, most of them full of a remarkable sense of humor, particular to the area and to all the Romanians. The value of these works of art is recognized both at home and abroad. In the same village you will be visiting the highest wooden church in the world called Sapanta Peri (78 metres). Overnight in a hotel or guesthouse in Sighetul Marmatiei. Depending on the time, we may visit in the same city the most notorious communist prison in Romania.

Day 3 - GURA HUMORULUI
In the morning, you will leave behind Maramures entering into Bucovina known for its painted monasteries, but also for the traditional houses adorned with beautiful floral and geometrical motifs, for its traditions kept over the centuries and for its hospitable people. On our way, we will be driving by Prislop Pass (charming landscape) and the first stop will be in Ciocanesti village, an unique place where all the houses are painted with traditional motifs, in the same place being "The Painted Eggs Museum". We continue to North to visit the painted monasteries, unique for the originals frescoes both on the inside & outside walls, still preserved in the original style (some of these monasteries being UNESCO heritage). First, you will be driven to Moldovita Monastery built in 1532, initially built as a monastery for monks and changed after as a convent for nuns. The second monastery will be Sucevita which is the largest of all, looking more like a mighty fortress than a monastery. The monastic place, as the last one to be painted on the exterior walls, boasts the best preserved frescoes of Bucovina. In the end you will visit the most famous painted monastery of all, Voronet Convent also known as "The Sixtine Chapel of the Orient". Erected in 1488, Voronet Monastery represented one of the first Moldavian creative elements showing a distinctive style. The church is a combination of Byzantine, Gothic and local elements. The exterior painting on the western wall depicts, on five registers, the Doomsday scene, unique in the whole world. The Voronet Monastery entered the universal cultural heritage also for having in the composition of the paintings the inimitable "Voronet blue". Overnight in a hotel or guesthouse in Gura Humorului.

Day 4 - TULCEA
After breakfast we will head to the Danube Delta. The journey will be long but beautiful going through many towns and villages giving you the opportunity of having an image about the city & country side life.On our way we will have a break for lunch. In the evening, we will arrive to our final destination, Tulcea, the Gate of the Danube Delta. This city is one of the oldest settlements on the Romanian territory, starting with the Greek colony during the 8th century B.C. Dinner and overnight at a hotel or guesthouse in Tulcea.

Day 5 - BUCHAREST
The day will begin with a tour by boat on the channels of Danube Delta (UNESCO heritage). The Danube Delta is the largest Delta in Europe and the best preserved, having a total surface of 3446 square kilometers. We will admire delta flora with specific vegetation of swamp and fauna with 133 species of fish and 327 species of birds, some of them migratory and some others local birds. Traditional fish lunch on the boat. In the end of the day, return to Bucharest.

Note: This tour is showing you some of the most interesting and beautiful regions of Romania which are not very close to Bucharest. Therefore, before booking the tour we advise you to carefully check the itinerary. Although most of our clients are delighted with the tour, please take into account the long distances and the relative short period of the visiting time.

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