The Gothic landmarks of Transylvania are dark, dramatic, and dispersed throughout the region’s mountainous landscapes. Travel with ease between three Transylvania highlights, including Peles Castle and Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle), on this private full-day tour from Bucharest. Delve into legends of Dracula and Vlad the Impaler, and visit Brasov’s Black Church, an imposing 13th-century church. On this private tour, hotel pickup and drop-off in Brasov are included.
Spend time at a bear sanctuary in the forest, which is home to almost 90 bears that have been rescued from captivity and given a better life. Also visit the notorious Dracula’s Castle and enjoy the view of the Carpathian Mountains in an amazing day trip from Bucharest.
You have the unique chance to visit this wonderful bear sanctuary now. Do not miss this opportunity and you will see that stories with a happy ending are possible at LiBEARty Sanctuary. This trip we created is suitable for everyone, from the most experienced explorers to kids.This is a fun experience for those who love animals and want to discover the beauty of The Carpathians and the area around Brasov.
Wander through Transylvania’s historic castles on this private day trip from Bucharest. See for yourself why Transylvania’s castles have amassed such an infamous reputation. Follow your knowledgeable guide through mysterious corridors, up spooky stairwells and into potentially haunted rooms. Along the way, you’ll learn the real stories behind these mythical buildings. See Bran Castle, where the legend of Dracula still lingers, and Peles Castle in Sinaia set in the enchanting Carpathian Mountains.
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.
Whether you’re short on time in Bucharest or simply want to get your bearings in the capital city, a private 4- to 5-hour tour is sure to satisfy your travel needs. After convenient pickup from your hotel, join your guide for a tour of the grandiose Palace of Parliament. Later, see the highlights of the city center, including the Royal Palace, Revolution Square, and Calea Victoriei.
Castles, vampires, and bears, oh my! Enjoy a full-day tour with your family in Transylvania. Private transportation from your Bucharest hotel allows you to comfortably visit three major attractions. Stops at Peles Castle and the Brown Bear Sanctuary offer a look at Romanian history and nature. Lastly enjoy a visit to Bran Castle, which is said to have inspired Dracula’s Castle in Bram Stoker’s novel, before returning to Bucharest.
Tick off two top Transylvanian attractions on a day tour from Bucharest. See rehabilitated brown bears in the Libearty Bear Sanctuary, then head to Bran Castle for insight into the region’s royal history and spooky legends (admissions not included). Absorb views of the Carpathian Mountains as your driver handles round-trip navigation, travelling the distance with ease via air-conditioned vehicle with onboard Wi-Fi.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Bucharest and spend the day exploring Transylvania during this full-day small-group tour. Head to the city of Zarnesti to visit the Libearty Bear Sanctuary, home to almost 90 rescued brown bears. Then head to Bran Castle, also known as Dracula Castle, to learn about the history and legends of the area before driving past the Carpathian Mountains back to Bucharest.
Always a young, well educated, certified English speaking local guide that is also the driver.
Comfortable minivan with full A/C.
Includes stops at the best attractions you can see around Bucharest and in Transylvania, discover all of them in the most comfortable way possible.
Possibility to choose the attractions that you want to go inside and the ones to skip or just see on the outside.
Possibility to choose the preferred accommodation for the two nights spent on the tour depending on budget, taste, etc. The guide can help.
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.
In this private day trip you will discover the largest salt mine in Europa, which is Slanic Prahova. Inside you will find the biggest planetarium in Romania, with a dome with a diameter at 16 meters and laser projection system (4k) of 24.000 lumens.
After this we will visit the Berca Muddy Volcanoes wich is a geological and botanical reservation located in Buzău County. The most spectacular feature is small volcano-shaped structures typically a few metres high caused by the eruption of mud and natural gases.
Take this tour and get to rejoice in all Bucharest’s little treasures! There is a good reason why Bucharest was called “little Paris” even from 40 years ago. This city is filled with attractions that catch the eye. The capital of Romania has a rich history, a surprising architecture and a lot of touristic attractions that you have to discover. Book this amazing tour and get to know charming Bucharest like nobody managed to describe it before!
Join your private guide on a full-day tour to the top sights of Transylvania. Private round trip transportation enables you to visit Peles Castle, Bran Castle, and Brasov without feeling rushed. Along the way, enjoy stunning views of the Carpathian Mountains. At each stop, enjoy a leisurely and in-depth tour with your guide. Pause the tour whenever you like for snacks, photos, or breaks.
I am one of the most passionate people, when it comes to Bucharest and its history, culture, arts and especially architecture. Reading and learning about this city is my greatest passion, and I love to share these stories with people from all over the world. I offer visual support for everything I mention, I show the insides of all buidings in printed pictures, and instead of saying a lot names and years no one is interested in, I try to collect the interesting stories and legends people tend to like and remember more.
Skip the impersonal tourist excursions and enjoy an individualized experience on a private tour that explores the rise and fall of the Socialist Republic of Romania and its impact on the city itself. Visit landmarks including the Centrul Civic and the Old City, and listen as your guide shares insight into their architecture and symbolism. Save time finding a meeting point with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Anybody traveling in Romania needs to see this impressive building. Besides the amazing location chosen by the King Carol I himself the art and history behind Peles Castle makes unique not only Romania but in the world . Your guide will bring back to life the history of this place that Romanians today cherish like a National treasure .
Appreciating Bucharest’s unique history, culture, and landmarks can be tricky on a self-led excursion. Explore the Romanian capital on a private tour, and benefit from your guide’s undivided attention as you explore top sights such as the Palace of the Parliament, Revolution Square, and National Village Museum. Customize your departure to suit your schedule, and enjoy seamless transfer across the sprawling city by air-conditioned vehicle.
Expand your Romanian vacation to include a day in Bulgaria on a private 8- to 10-hour tour from Bucharest. Begin with a relaxing journey to the scenic foothills of the Balkin Mountains. Enjoy visits to locations where foreign feet seldom tread, including the medieval town of Veliko Tarnovo, Tsaravets Fortress, and Samovodskata Charshiya, plus the Byzantine ruins of Nicolopis ad Istrum.
This escorted tour takes you to some of the Transylvania s most exciting locations. After you meet our guide in Bucharest you will make the first leg of your coach journey in Sinaia town to visit Peles Castle. Next up you will head through the Carpathians Mountains to tour Bran Castle before making your way to Sighisoara. Evening at your leisure in this magnificent town! After breakfast, we start the day by visiting Sighisoara medieval town - UNESCO world heritage and Vlad Dracula birthplace. Walking tour in Sighisoara Citadel. So resplendent are Sighişoara’s pastel-coloured buildings, stony lanes and medieval towers, you’ll rub your eyes in disbelief! Fortified walls encircle Sighişoara’s lustrous merchant houses, now harbouring cafes, hotels and craft shops. Visit Sighisoara medieval town including The Clock Tower, The Church on the Hill and the house where Vlad the Impaler was born. Then, we head up south to visit the Medieval Town of Brasov, before returning to Bucharest City.
An emotional journey revealing the centuries old history of the Jewish community, the stories behind each visited place that nowadays very few know and the cruel, unhuman Pogrom and killings of Jewish people of 1941, events that we must never forget.
Some of the sites and true facts based on photo and written testimonies you will discover during our tour are:
- The Jewish Quarter and Old Neighborhoods of the Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jewish.
- The life of the earlier Jewish settlers in Bucharest and how their activities influenced Bucharest
- The conflict surrounding the Choral Temple
- The Holocaust Memorial and the Holocaust History Museum
- The story of the oldest Jewish Cemetery
- Important Jewish figures of Bucharest and their legacy
- The miraculous and true story of Rabbi Guttman during the Pogrom
- The site just outside Bucharest where more than 100 Jewish people were murdered in 1941
Make yourself comfortable in your premium-car and discover a country full of history. First stop will be at Basarabovo Monastery, an unique monastic site dug into the mountain. You will then visit the beautiful historic city of Veliko Tarnovo and visit the Tsaravets fortress, once the capital of the Bulgarian empire. Last on the list would be the authentic village of Arbanasi. It will charm you with its cobbled streets and unique architecture.
Why you should travel to Sibiu - Romania?
The historical center of Sibiu and the town itself are among the most visited tourist attractions in Romania, because they cater to every taste and provide a wonderful travelling experience for even the pickiest of tourists.
If you love authentic cultural experiences, whether you are more romantic or more adventurous, here you will find everything you need to relax and enjoy yourself, leave the stress of your everyday life behind, and have a fun and memorable trip with your private guide.
The beauty of this old citadel, having received record-breaking recognition, stems from its architecture, the arrangement of the streets, its cultural and artistic heritage, and its beautiful natural scenery, as the town is flanked on two sides by the mountains Fagaras and Lotru.Only if you catch a tour of the Romanian monasteries and you reach the Cozia Monastery will you understand why thousands of tourists are eager to see it.
Cross the Danube River from Romania to discover the rich history of Bulgaria during this full-day, small-group tour. Visit the Basarbovo Monastery built in a cave, the medieval Tsarevets Palace which was the former residence of Bulgarian kings, and the forgotten Roman city of Nicopolis ad Istrum to explore its ruins. Learn about Bulgarian history and culture from your tour guide and admire the beautiful Bulgarian countryside throughout the tour.
We know Bucharest is not by far as tempting as magical Transylvania or as adventurous as the wild Carpathians, but Romania’s capital has its own distinctive charm.
If you’re not in a hurry to judge a book by its cover, you’ll find a great destination with plenty to do and see .
From centuries-old churches to monumental landmarks before the First World War, from modernist constructions to communist architecture, Bucharest has maybe more contrasts than any other European capital.
The city’s architecture is the best witness of its history and you’ll easily find yourself visiting monuments built during the royal time and the World Record Palace of the Parliament in the same day while taking photos of Art Nouveau facades along the way.