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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Enjoy 3 relaxing hours in a familial manufacturer ambient where you will learn to prepare wonderful Romanian papanasi and meringue with hazelnut and chocolate cream. You may experience sweet therapy, which induces a state of well-being, relaxation during cooking, joy at the end ...A delicious and fun class where you’ll be able to use only natural ingredients while you will become a master of Romanian desserts.
Enjoy a day out of the big city in one of the most prestigious Romanian wineries. Your air conditioned vehicle will take you out in one of the most spectacular Romanian countrysides in Prahova Valley . The trip is full of beautiful nature and you can enjoy in the distance the Carpathian mountains which were for centuries the border line between two of the Romanian regions : Wallachia and Transylvania.
Visit a fair with traditional Romanian products and taste a multitude of local delicacies. After your visit to fair, you will go to the Village Museum where you will see rural life and rural habits are of major importance in the history of Romania. Live this experience with a local guide.
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.
Street Food & Romanian Fine Dining Tour with Dacia is an urban exploration of Bucharest with 80’s Dacia for discovering the flavored gastronomic experiences & traditions of the Romanian cuisine & cooking.
You’ll meet the Romanian cuisine, presented by a visit to the biggest food market of Bucharest, you will visit 3 top places for tasting the local dishes:
• A visit of the biggest Bucharest Market, Halele Obor with “Hala de carne” (Meat Market), ”Hala de peste” (Fish Market) and “Piata de legume“ (Vegetable Market). A presentation of the main ingredients of Romanian food and Romanian cooking style
• Tasting of the Romanian ”mici” or ”mititei” from Obor Market.
• A visit to a 2 in 1 bistro shop & tasting of Romanian cheese, dried meats, and zacusca;
• A visit of a restaurant with a modern interpretation of the Romanian cuisine Lunch.
Stops for pictures & stories at Casa Poporului, the Palace of Parliament.
You'll get unique photos with an iconic car for Romanians and the city.