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Boasting over 6,000 years of viticulture, Romania is one of Europe’s oldest wine hubs. But most travelers overlook the region’s tastiest legacy. During this wine-tasting, you’ll discover Romania’s standout reds, rosés, and whites—all from the comfort of Bucharest. In an authentic winery, listen to legends of Romanian vineyards and the stories surrounding wine production. You’ll also have a chance to taste wines from around the world, with over 100 labels on the menu.
Bucharest boasts both a modern bar culture and a far-reaching history, but appreciating both with limited time can be difficult. Get the best of both on an evening tour of the city and discover historic landmarks, as well as trendy craft beer outlets, throughout the city. Enjoy the more personalized experience of a small-group tour, and gain intimate insights and tips from your local guide as you explore by foot.
Immerse yourself in the culture of Romanian wine production on this full-day tour from Bucharest. Visit some of the country's best sellers, accompanied by a guide who provides engaging commentary as you tour. Round-trip transportation from Bucharest means no need to rent a car or decide who will be the sober driver. Wine tastings at each cellar are included, and you'll stop for lunch (own expense) at one of the area's best restaurants.
Get a glimpse of the life of Ceausescu, the secrets of his regime and relive some of the events during the Revolution to attempt an answer to the following questions: Was Ceausescu a proud nationalist leader or a megalomaniac dictator? Was the Revolution actually organized in advance? Was Ceausescu’s execution a cover-up?Sites to Investigate• Dictator’s grave• People’s House (Parliament Palace)• Mausoleum of the Socialist Heroes of the Motherland• Soviet Heroes Memorial Cemetery• Spring Palace – Ceausescu’s residence• State Security Headquarters – the infamous offices of forced confessions and torture• University Square – place of the clash barricade between the police and the revolutionaries• Communist Party Headquarters• Revolution Square – the place where hundreds Romanians were shot dead during the manifestationsYou will receive your Personal Investigation Dossier for collecting the evidence provided by your guide on each site.
Discover Romania’s underrated wine scene during a private tasting at Abel’s Wine Bar. You'll sample five locally produced wines: two reds, two whites, and one rose. You’ll also enjoy a complimentary cheese platter to pair with the wines. At the end of the tasting, you’ll receive an exclusive discount on any wines you wish to take home.
Transylvania is the land of bloodthirsty vampires and Gothic castles and in this tour, you will see them both. Many have visited the castle in the light of the day, but few had the courage to explore it during the night. As the sun sunk behind the mountains, Bran Castle is silently waiting for its guests. You will reach Bran and to enter into the spooky atmosphere, our ‘vampire’ helpers will be waiting for you with capes and lanterns, and prepare us for a night tour.Your spooky experience begins when you walk into the castle, where the decorations, dimmed light and storyline surround you in a medieval atmosphere of long gone times. At the end of the tour, you will descend into a time tunnel that will take you to the old Tea House of Maria, Queen of Romania. You will enjoy a dinner, and taste the local wine served next to some carefully selected dishes. Blending local products with fine dining, the menu is made out of local products found only in this region.
Garlic is a must have in every Romanian household, since it serves so many purposes: you can put it in the food, use it for small magical practices and to ward off vampires. Are vampires real? We don’t know, but garlic sure is. Part storytelling, part (food) tasting, this workshop takes you into the wonderful yet smelly world of the garlic. Hope you will love it as much as we do!
BUCHAREST – SINAIA – BRASOV – BRAN – BUCHARESTThe tour starts in the morning at 8 AM. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel. On the way to Sinaia you are going to get information about the history of Romania or other interesting topics.
Experience the best of Romanian distilleries at a whiskey tasting in Bucharest. Meet your guide at Abel’s Wine Bar where you’ll enjoy four different types of whiskey with corresponding food samples. You’ll also get a taste of pálinka (Romanian brandy). Listen as your guide tells the myths and stories about the whiskey makers and their secret distilling process.
Discover the top three attractions of Transylvania on a full-day private tour from Bucharest. Travel by private transportation and avoid the language barrier and sluggish pace you get with public transit. Enjoy both Peles Castle and Bran Castle, along with personalized guided visits at both locations. Conclude your day with a leisurely tour of the medieval city of Brasov, then relax on your return journey to Bucharest.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.