RomaniaThis is a land of many contrasts, beautiful rocky peaks, regal landscapes, bustling cities and medieval villages and amazing castles on hilltops but above all a land of folklore and ancient traditions. The beautiful capital city Bucharest with its mix of ancient architecture and buildings from the communist era has many wonderful sites to visit. In Transylvania there is a lovely intact medieval town and go back in time when you visit a world famous painted monastery in Bucovina. These are just some of the many interesting places and sights to see when visiting Romania.
Day 1 BucharestArrival at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Day 2 Bucharest - Sinaia 130km/1h30min – Bran 75km/1h – Brasov Departure to Sinaia and the fabulous Peles Castle. Continue to the legendary Dracula’s Castle. Arrival in Brasov, the second most visited city in Romania. Enjoy the walk in the old town and its centuries-old buildings. Day 3 Brasov – Bic
Day 1 BucharestArrival to the airport and transfer to hotel. Day 2 BucharestBucharest - a city known for its wide Parisian-style boulevards and fine pre-World War I buildings. Today start the tour with a visit to the Royal Palace - built in the early 19th century and the former seat of the State Council, it also houses the National Art Museum in its South Wing, Stavropoleos Church - it has an arab