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Enjoy a comfortable ride in an air-conditioned vehicle from Bucharest to Bran Castle — the inspiration for Dracula’s Castle. On the journey, your local guide will weave tales of Transylvania’s history and mythology as you journey through its majestic countryside.
When you arrive at the castle, you will get a taste for Romania with an authentic wine and cheese tasting experience in an exclusive room not available to the public or other tour companies. The trip continues with a guided tour of the Dracula's Castle, learn the facts and fictions around Vlad the Impaler.
Take your trip to the next level by going 30 metres underground the castle to the Time Tunnel. The unique construction, 100% Romanian, was designed to describe the history and culture of the Bran Castle using a state-of-the-art multimedia exhibition.
After the tour, you will have around 3 hours to have lunch in Brasov and explore the city before following your local guide on a fascinating tour of this impressive city.
Taste your way through Bucharest’s most charming and unusual ‘mahallas,’ or neighborhoods, on a small-group food tour. Venture beyond crowded squares and Communist architecture to discover the Romanian capital’s quieter, Belle Époque quarters, where Old World elegance meets bohemian flair. Along the way, pop in to lively markets, specialty shops, and cafes to sample the best of artisan Romanian cuisine like goats-milk cheese, cured meat, homemade bread, craft beer, and Wallachian doughnuts.
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.
Discover the best of Romanian wine on a full-day private tasting tour from Bucharest. Relax, as transportation takes you from your Bucharest hotel to the heart of Romania’s wine country, Dealu Mare. Enjoy included entrance to a museum and manor and learn all about the winemaking process, before the tastings begin. Try various types of wine at Casa Colinelor and Lacerta Winery, with lunch served at either location.
Food is the ingredient that binds us together. We love food and people, so if you do too, this activity is perfect for you.
You will have fun and feel comfortable, while meeting new people and a different culture. We will cook together 3 traditional Romanian dishes, using only local products and specific cooking techniques.
You will discover Romanian culinary traditions and find out stories about Romanians, our lifestyle and preferences.
We are 100% flexible in regards to food, pick up time and duration. Vegetarians or vegans are welcome.
This day-trip to Bulgaria will take you to see the best of Bulgaria in one day.
We pickup you in the morning and go to the Romanian-Bulgarian border (you will need your passports) after you will arrive at the Basarbavo Rock Church - a cave Monastery - It is the only active cave monastery in the modern history of Bulgaria.
Next stop will be done in Veliko Turnovo, the capital of the second Bulgarian Empire where you can tour inside the Tsarevets Fortress, built in the 12th century.
Step back in time on the Samovodene Artisans Street packed with workshops of locals where you can find a coppersmith, silversmith, icon painter and many more.
Drive up to Arbanassi Village, an architectural reserve unique in Bulgaria. Visit the interior of Konstantilieva House, a merchants house from the 17th century.
After we will came back în Bucharest.
There are probably a lot of words with the help of which one could make a description of this beautiful palace, but it is still difficult to convey its greatness with words and even photographs. It is not so “untwisted” and is known as its senior colleague - Bran Castle of the 14th century (Dracula), you see, advertising is the engine of trade, and therefore is a very pleasant surprise for tourists who do not expect to see such beauty.
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.
It can be difficult for visitors to know the best spots to experience a city’s nightlife. Discover Bucharest by night on a bar crawl led by a local guide, and be immersed in the city’s party culture at a number of different locations, enjoying a free shot at each. Enjoy a customizable itinerary according to group preferences, and absorb live entertainment as you mingle with city natives.
Join in Bucharest’s thriving nightlife scene with a group pub crawl that takes you to four or five of Old Town's most exciting bars and clubs. Meet other travelers and and learn to party like a Romanian while a friendly guide handpicks the venues and arranges all the details to ensure a safe and memorable night out. Enjoy a welcome shot at each bar plus a few fun surprises along the way like karaoke or bar games, and capture every crazy moment with the help of your guide’s photography skills.
Taste some of Romania's best wine directly from the source on a wine tour of the Prahova Valley. Visit historic estates and stroll through vineyards while learning about the wine-production process as you explore this fertile stretch that lies between Transylvania and Wallachia in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains. Sample different varietals along with Romanian cuisine at a traditional manor house on this small-group tour through one of the country’s most scenic regions.
This private combo tour in Bucharest pairs traditional Romanian culture and architecture with wine. Get a sense of country life right in the city at the open-air Village Museum, featuring faithful replicas of peasant houses, cabins, watermills, and more from all across the country. Then, get cozy at a historic manor and Bucharest’s oldest wine bar for a guided tasting of four Romanian wines served with local sausages and cheese.
Chew and sip your way through the historical center of Bucharest on a 3-hour gastronomy walking tour. The tasty tour is perfect for travelers who want a comprehensive overview of Romanian cuisine. Begin at a popular food shop to taste Romanian sausage, bacon, cheese, jam, and more. Afterwards, stop at the Romana Market to sample bread, goat cheese, and other traditional dishes. Leave both locations with culinary gifts to take home.
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.
Enjoy a 20 km bike tour in one of the most famous and oldest wine-growing regions in Romania, the ofTuscany of Romania!
Combine the beauty of wine tasting and experience local culture in a healthy and active way, on the bicycle!
Why visit the Wine Route?
Because you will have a very pleasant experience in the "Red Wine Country"
Here you will have the unique opportunity to taste very good red wines in Romania
Here you meet history on the European Wine Road, built by the Romans 2000 years ago.
You can also taste authentic Romanian civilization by visiting medieval monasteries, mansions and museums of wine.
You can learn the story of the wine where it is born
You can buy the wines you liked the most as a souvenir from the wine shops
Experience the best of Romanian wine and cheese on a 3-hour gastronomy tour in Bucharest. En route to the wine bar, enjoy a guided tour of Old Town. Pause whenever you like to take photos in front of the city’s illuminated monuments. Sample three distinct wines coupled with a complimentary cheese platter, while your guide explains Romanian cuisine and food culture. Leave with exclusive recommendations for local restaurants.
Treat yourself to a relaxing day away from the busy streets of Bucharest on a 7- to 8-hour wine tour. Comfortable transportation and a small group size of maximum eight people ensure that your experience is both relaxing and intimate. Over the course of the day, visit Vitis Metamorfosis, 1000 de Chipuri, and Lacerta Wineries and enjoy a tasting at each. Between locations, stop for filling lunch at Casa Colinelor.
Learn about Romania's ancient winemaking heritage with a private wine tasting at Bucharest’s oldest wine bar. Soak up the cozy atmosphere of the lounge tucked inside a 100-year-old manor while sampling four different wines from some of the country’s best producers, paired with hearty sausages and cheese. Private hotel pickup and drop-off is provided for a safe and stress-free tasting experience.
If you want to spend a day away from Bucharest, but can’t decide between a wine tasting or sightseeing, why not have both? Choose your departure time for the full-day tour and enjoy complimentary hotel pickup and drop off. Private end-to-end transportation allows you to skip the stress and confusion of navigating everything on your own. Enjoy an illuminating tour of Peles Castle and other historical attractions, before visiting the two wineries with your private guide.
Knowing the best spots for an authentic taste of Romanian cuisine can be tricky in the capital. Discover Bucharest’s culinary culture on a walking tour of the city, stopping off regularly to sample classic dishes such as bean soup and papansi. Gain insight into the country’s gastronomic traditions from your local guide, and save time finding a meeting point with included hotel pickup and drop-off.
Sample some of Romania’s tastiest local wines and enter inside the stunning royal palace of Peles on this two-for-one guided tour. Get an insider’s view of 6,000-year-old winemaking traditions with a visit to a mountain cellar, thought to be the oldest in the region. Then, head to the king’s ornate summer residence, topped off by a visit to the Sinaia Monastery.
A full day going underground for the pure air of a salt mine, in a winery for trying very good wine and climbing on hills to see a lunar landscape of muddy volcanoes. All this in one day, with a licensed private tour guide telling you a lot of information, legends, and historical facts.