7 Nights

Enjoy the ever changing scenery, grasp the history, listen to the legends, sample the tasty Romanian cuisine and relax even more while enjoying the SPA or wandering on your own and shopping; being charmed by this glimpse of the land, you’ll definitely return for more. 

7 nights/8 days (Bucharest arr./dep., 2017 rates) 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Henri Coanda Bucharest Internationa Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive 2h in advance at the airport.
RETURN TIME Approximately 6:30 PM.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Professional instructor Meals
1 hour of free time Transportation in mini-coach
museum fees

Details regarding the itineries, hotels and quotes for more or less people or for locations not included in the offer, as well as taylor made programs according to client’s demands are available upon request. Optional visits can be arranged by us during the time at leisure, upon request.


Day 1: Departure

Evening arrival airport transfer to the hotel in Bucharest for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Visiting Bucharest

Your journey starts in Bucharest, the 500 year old capital of Romania with a short panoramic sightseeing tour of the core of the city. Between the two World Wars, the city’s elegant architecture and the high cultural life of its elite gave Bucharest the nickname of “Little Paris”. The city has increased its position as one of the most intriguing tourist destinations with its feverish history, interesting buildings, legends, native restaurants, shopping centers, malls, streets with charming boutiques, warm atmosphere and welcoming people. Now, the Old Town has been revived and is packed with boutique shops, restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes, beyond the renowned museums and old churches. A perfect chance to relax and enhance your knowledge, this 7 day tour takes you north, to the famous Carpathian Mountains. Your unique insight into the time of kings starts with a couple of hours drive through Prahova Valley. Pass an invisible threshold to Transylvania, the so called “Land Across the Forest”. Lunch and accommodation at the hotel in Brasov. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in Brasov.


Day 3: Visiting Brasov & Dracula's Castle

Breakfast at the hotel. A morning ride from Brasov through the mountains will take you to the fabled Bran Castle, widely known as Dracula’s Castle, built at the beginning of the 13th century by Knight Dietrich of the Teutonic Order. Between 1920-1930, the Castle was used by the Romanian royal family, namely by Queen Maria (a niece of Queen Victoria of England). Only in 1958 Bran Castle was turned into a museum and opened to visitors ready to roam through the halls, narrow staircases and inner courts, willing to hear the legends and eager to find out the connection between this on the top of a rock castle and Bram Stoker’s character, Dracula. Enjoy lunch at a local native restaurant where you’ll enjoy the exquisite flavours of the Romanian cuisine. 


Day 4: Relaxation

Breakfast at the hotel. Full day at your disposal for relaxation at the SPA, optional visits or shopping. Festive dinner with folk music at a traditional restaurant. Overnight in Brasov. 

Day 5: Visiting Sinaia

Breakfast at the hotel. Late morning departure to Sinaia mountain resort, well-known as the “Pearl of the Carpathians”. Situated on the outskirts of this resort city, in a beautiful natural setting, Peles Castle is a masterpiece of German New-Renaissance architecture. Former summer residence of the Royal Family, this spectacular castle, built at the end of the 19th century, is one of Europe’s most beautiful museums displaying priceless collections of weaponry, rugs, furniture, ceramics and sculpture. Lunch in Sinaia area. A two hour afternoon ride will bring you to Bucharest for overnight.


Day 6: Visiting the Parliament and more

Breakfast at the hotel. Half day sightseeing tour of Bucharest is a perfect way to familiarize yourself with the capital of Romania. Stopover in the Revolution Square and in the Constitution Square. The tour includes visits to the Palace of Parliament, Ceausescu’s huge dream, the second largest building in the world, being surpassed only by the Pentagon in Washington, and to the Village and Folk Art Museum – the largest in Europe, containing over 110 houses and old wooden churches and 11,000 objects of folk art, transported from all over the country (in case of bad weather the Romanian Peasant Museum will be visited instead). Drive by the Romanian Athenaeum, the former Royal Palace, the Town Hall, the Opera House, the Cotroceni Palace, the Military Academy, the University Square and the Arch of Triumph. Light lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon at leisure for shopping and discovering the many attractions this city has yet to offer. Overnight in Bucharest. 


Day 7: Full day in Bucharest

Breakfast at the hotel. Full day in Bucharest at your disposal for optional visits and shopping. Farewell dinner with music at a local restaurant. Overnight in Bucharest. 


Day 8: Return

Breakfast at the hotel. Airport departure transfer.

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