Day 1. Bucharest Tour
See Bucharest most interesting landmarks and buildings: the Stalinist-inspired grandeur of the Palace of Parliament which is the second largest building in the world, the old center, Triumph Arch. Savour regional cuisine at a popular local restaurant. Throughout the day, learn about the city’s multilayered history.
DAY 2. Rasnov Citadel+ Dinosaurus Park+ Bran Castle
Immerse yourself in the legends of Transylvania with a visit to Bran Castle and Râșnov Fortress.
Learn about the storied history of Râșnov Fortress, a walled stone compound designed to ward off attacks by the fierce Tartars and used as a refuge for local villagers during medieval warfare. Explore the time-worn courtyards, ramparts and well of the 13th-century fortress built by the Teutons.“Cold Mountain”(2003) movie chosed to shoot the scenes here.
Dinosaurus Park Rasnov is a recreation park and an open air museum close to Rasnov citadel. Besides the impressive route with 50 scientific certified real sized dinosaurs, the park also has playground for children, tree houses, a 9D cinema, an adventure route, a laser maze, unique exhibitions and much more interactive areas.
Bran Castle nicknamed ‘Dracula’s Castle’ for its ties to Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic tale and its bloodthirsty villain. The high stone walls and red turrets of this hilltop citadel come into view as you approach the secluded castle, set among the dramatic backdrop of the Carpathians.
Enter if you dare and wander through the castle’s many well-preserved rooms and chambers with your guide. Gothic furnishings and details help set the scene for ghastly legends of all that happened here, including the imprisonment of Vlad the Impaler. This 15th-century prince was notorious for his bloodthirsty campaigns against invading Turks and is said to have inspired Stoker’s malevolent Count Dracula.
DAY 3. Brasov Old City+ Aventura Park+ Poiana Brasov Mountain&Ski Resort
The tour starts at Brasov Council City Square, the heart of the medieval town, and we’ll carry on strolling through medieval neighborhoods, visiting some of the most important landmarks of the city, like The Black Church, Rope Street, Old City Wall and Bastion with Panorama, Old Little Citadel.
DAY 3. Sinaia Peles Castle + Bucegi Mountains 2500 m
Peles Castle – former royal residence, an architectural jewel, built at the initiative of the first King of Romania.
The expansive, Bavarian-style castle is among the most beautiful in Europe, with immaculate, ornate rooms, still adorned with luxuriant furnishings and décor. You’ll also have the chance to tour the neighbouring Pelișor Castle, a smaller royal residence decked out in art nouveau finery.
After lunch, we will climb Bucegi Mountains, crossing by virgin forests, to the 2000 m plateau. Explore the deep underground natural monument Ialomitei Cave with a beautiful monastery at the entrance. Then climbing to 2500 m by cable car, to the Romanian Sphinx- believed to be the protector of Tracians, a natural monument with a special energy. In the way back, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of Bolboci Lake.
DAY 5. Transylvania Fortified Churches Tour
Explore amazing villages untouched by time, with Saxon fortified churches from Middle Age, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our journey starts in Prejmer, an authentical Saxon village, with very-well preserved fortified church. After one hour driving throughr beautiful hiils, we will reach the ancient citadel of Rupea, the place where, after long and exhausting battles, Decebal, the last Dacian King, died 2000 years ago.
In the afternoon- Walk in the quiet ancient streets and visit the old church of Viscri, one of the most beautiful Saxon villages in Transylvania, under the patronage of Prince Charles of Great Britain.
In the evening- Wander the cobblestones streets of the fortified Saxon town of Sighisoara. Take your time to admire the best preserved UNESCO-protected citadel in Europe, known as the birthplace of the warlord, Vlad Tepes (‘The Impaler’)
DAY 6. Wild-life forest
Libearty Bear Sanctuary is the biggest brown bear sanctuary from Europe and has the largest surface in the world. Here, 75 happy bears live in their natural environment.
Then we will go deep in the mountains of Piatra Craiului National Park, one of Romania’s most important protected land areas, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Breathtaking wiews of the rocky cliffs and lunch in a beautiful mountain chalet.
In the afternoon, the road will lead to 1000 m, to amazing bellview places to admire both Bucegi and Piatra Craiului National Parks.
Dinner up in the mountains, in a beautiful reastaurant with great view.
DAY 7. Siriu Valley, Slanic Salt Mine and Bucharest
In the way back to airport, you will discover beautiful attractions.
After driving throungh Cheia Valley and having Amazing view to Siriu Lake, the road through South Carpathians Hills will lead to 200-meters deep Slanic Salt Mine. Explore an amazing place, with galleries 70-meters high and breath the pure air.
In the evening, enjoy a short-tour of Bucharest by night.