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Wild Carpathia

If you want to visit Romania then this movie is going to give you many reasons to do so. It was released by the Travel Chanel in November 2011. I think it is one of the best movies about Romania ever made. Thanks Travel Chanel for this.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Romania Photo Tour

Photo Tours are highly customizable and it depends a lot of the clients what type of tour do they want.

Depending on your interests, the tour can be focused on one subject or more, it can be a cultural-photo tour or a hiking-photo tour or both, etc. Therefore, the best way to organize a private photo tour around Romania is by contacting me.

As your guide I’ll help you with the best suggestions for a perfect tour, whether you are focused on social matters, landscape or animals.

For more details about this tour click here. For more tours click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Roaming Romania Tour

This is one of the most complete standard tour of all my tours. And more attractions can be included at your request.

The tour includes most of the famous, interesting, beautiful and hidden gems of Romania. In the first part of the tour you’ll get to see Targoviste, the former capital of Wallachia, Curtea de Arges Monastery and the real castle of Vlad the Impaler, Poienari Castle. You’ll reach Sibiu, the European capital in 2007 and you’ll continue with a stunning salt mine located in Turda. This tour will give the chance to admire the amazing wooden churches of Maramures and the hospitable locals. You won’t skip the famous Merry Cemetery.

The tour continues with the unique painted monasteries of Bucovina and then with the quaint medieval citadel of Sighisoara. On the way to Bucharest you’ll spend one night in one of the most amazing estates of Romania which belongs to a Hungarian count.

The most beautiful castle of Romania, Peles Castle and the most famous one, Bran Castle, are part of this tour. In the end you are going to admire the vivid life of Bucharest and its landmarks,

For more details about this tour click here. For more tours click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Eastern Europe Tour

3 countries in just 10 days sounds very appealing, especially if you want to visit Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary.

The tour starts in Bucharest. It is here where you are going to stay for two nights. The first day after your arrival starts in Bulgaria. Passing through Ruse you’ll reach the famous hewn  churches of Ivanov. Then you’ll be taken to Veliko Tarnovo, the most beautiful city of Bulgaria. Here you’ll visit the old town and the impressive Tzarevetz fortress. The mdeieval village of Arbanassi is going to be the last visit of this tour. In the evening you’ll reach Bucharest.

In Romania the tour includes most of the famous, interesting, beautiful and hidden gems of Romania. You are going to admire the vivid life of Bucharest and its landmarks, the most beautiful castle of Romania, Peles Castle or the most famous one, Bran Castle. You’ll stay overnight in one of the most amazing estates from Romania which today belongs to a Hungarian count, you’ll admire the secret gems of Transylvania or its famous tourist attractions like Sibiu or Sighisoara. This tour will give the chance to admire the amazing wooden churches of Maramures and the hospitable locals. You won’t leave Romania without seeing the famous Merry Cemetery.

In Hungary you are going to love the quaint old town of Eger and its fortress. The famous Budapest is the last stop of this tour.

For more details about this tour click here. For more tours click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Transylvanian Flavors

This tour would be an ideal city break, especially if you don’t have too much time to travel around Romania.Transylvanian Flavors Tour

For two days/one night you are going to see some of the most famous landmarks of Romania. In the first day you are going to visit the most beautiful castle of Romania, Peles Castle, Sinaia Monastery, the city of Brasov and the interesting Black Church. In the evening you’ll be transferred to Sighisoara, UNESCO site.

The next day starts with a stroll on the cobblestone streets and alleys of Sighisoara. This well-preserved medieval citadel will give the feeling of time travel. Here you’ll visit the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill and the Armory Museum.

On the way back to Bucharest you’ll take a detour to visit the amazing remote village of Viscri. Here you’ll admire the fortified church, part of the UNESCO heritage.

The tour ends in Bucharest. For more details about this tour click here. For more tours click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Glimpse of Bulgaria Tour

If you are in Bucharest and you want to visit another country, then Bulgaria is just 60km (37mi) south of the city.Glimpse of Bulgaria Tour

In the morning your guide will pick up from your hotel. One the way to Bulgaria you’ll be given a short history of the country and you are going to find out more about the present political, economical, social and cultural situation of Bulgaria.

This tour will give you the chance to visit some of the most famous tourist landmarks of Bulgaria. Passing through Ruse you’ll reach the famous hewn  churches of Ivanov. Then you’ll be taken to Veliko Tarnovo, the most beautiful city of Bulgaria. Here you’ll visit the old town and the impressive Tzarevetz fortress. The mdeieval village of Arbanassi is going to be the last visit of this tour.

In the evening you’ll reach Bucharest. For more details click here. For more tours click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 

Dracula’s Myth Tour

Should you be interested in a one-day tour that starts from Bucharest then Dracula’s Myth Tour might be the right choice for you.

You are going to be taken from you hotel and transferred to Sinaia. On the way you are going to be told the history of Romania, the present economical, political, social and cultural situation of Romania, many other stories and fun aspects about this country.

In Sinaia you’ll visit the most beautiful castle of Romania, Peles Castle and the local monastery. Then the tour continues in Transylvania with Brasov, a lovely former German city. It is here where you’ll visit the interesting Black Church. The next stop is the famous Bran Castle.

In the afternoon you’ll be taken back to your hotel but not before a last visit at the Snagov Monastery.

The tour is a cultural one. For more details click here.

by Daniel Gheorghita
Licensed Tour Guide

 
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