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Price for private tour
1500 EUR


Day 1: Bucharest
Arrival at Bucharest International Airport (only 25 minutes from the city). Meet and greet and airport. Orientation tour of Bucharest: visit of the Palace of Parliament (the second largest building in the world, Ceausescu’s brainchild), Revolution Square , Village Museum (showing century old traditional Romanian households) and the northern part of Bucharest, with a view of Ceausescu’s former residence. This tour will show you the best perspective of Bucharest (also known as The Little Paris of the East). Transfer to your centrally located hotel. Check in and free time. In the evening transfer to Pescarus restaurant, for the best Romanian festive folklore dinner show with dance.
Overnight accommodation in Bucharest at 3 or 4 star hotel

Day 2: Bucharest – Cozia – Sibiu
Breakfast at hotel. Departure towards Transylvania. On the road stop at the 14th century Cozia Monastery. The drive along the Carpathian mountains offers a great view alongside the Olt River Canyon. Reach Sibiu, one of the gateways into Transylvania. Enjoy a walking tour of the 800 year old city, the most beautiful of the German fortified cities of Transylvania. The tour will show the visitors of Sibiu the landmarks of the city : the old surrounding defense walls and the guild towers. One of the landmarks of Sibiu is the Bruckenthal Museum assembled by Baron Bruckenthal, governor of Transylvania at the beginning of the 19th century. The Evangelical Cathedral was completed in its actual shape in 1520, but inside, there is an exquisite fresco of the Crucifixion on the north wall of the choir dating from 1445. Visit the Passage of Stairs linking the Upper Town to the Lower town and the 1859 Liar’s Bridge. Do not miss the Pharmacy Museum. Dinner on own. Suggested is Crama Sibiul Vechi, best cellar – restaurants in town, serving Transylvanian fares. We are also glad to organize a home hosted lunch at one of the nearby villages. The Sibiu surroundings are famous in our country for the best dairy products in Romania. The food has a great local flavor.
Overnight accommodation in Sibiu at 3 or 4 star hotel.

Day 3: Sibiu – Biertan – Sighisoara
Hot and cold buffet breakfast at hotel. Depart into the heart of Transylvania. On the way to Sighisoara stop at Biertan fortified church and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was the former Seat of the Lutheran Bishops between 1516 and 1867 and is also one of the best preserved medieval fortifications of our country. Arrival to Sighisoara – World Heritage Site and the only still inhabited medieval citadel in Europe. Enjoy a walking tour of the upper city, including the Tower With Clock, the Scholars Stairs and the Church on the Hill. Return to the city through the amazing Saxon cemetery. The Upper Citadel offers great hotels, right in the heart of the 800 year old city. Optional dinner at the Birthplace of Vlad Dracula.
One can also choose to visit the amazing ancient oak tree reservation in the area.
Overnight accommodation in Sighisoara at one of the 3 or 4 star hotels in the Upper Town.

Day 4: Sighisoara- Brasov
Breakfast in the hotel. In the morning depart through the picturesque southern Transylvanian plateau. Here we have the highest density of medieval fortifications in the world. Every village has it’s very own fortified gothic church. Arrival in Brasov. Next is the walking tour of Brasov. The tour will take you back to the time of the Arab merchants who visited Brasov. See the gate of St. Catherine (the oldest in the city). Make your way in front of the Synagogue, the narrowest street in Europe and stop at the Black Church. Visit the church, the biggest one of Eastern Europe, with its 4000 pipe organ. It also holds the largest collection of oriental rugs in the country, and the room hosting the old gravestones is impressive. Finish the tour in the Council square, with its lively atmosphere. Transfer to your hotel, free time and dinner on own. We recommend Sergiana, the best restaurant of the city, serving great traditional cuisine.
Overnight accommodation and hotel Ambient, 3 or 4

Day 5 – Brasov – Bran- Sinaia
Breakfast at hotel. Depart Brasov in the morning, making your way to the best ski resort of our country, Poiana Brasov. On the way stop in front of the White Tower for the best panoramic picture of Brasov. Arrive at the 14th century Bran Castle, known as Dracula’s Castle, originally built by the Teutonic Knights. The castle was built in 1377 as a border point on the trading route between Transylvania and Wallachia. Inside, your guide will offer you’re the full insight into the legend of Vlad Dracula. Time for shopping and lunch. Continue to Sinaia, the jewel of the Romanian mountain resorts. Visit one of the most important tourist attractions of Romania: Peles Castle in Sinaia. Known as the Versailles of Romania, the royal residence of King Charles I of Romania is considered the most beautiful summer royal residence in Europe. This castle alone is worth your entire trip to Romania. Transfer to hotel. Free time and dinner on own.
Overnight accommodation in Sinaia at 3 or 4 star hotel
Day 6: Sinaia – Otopeni Airport
Breakfast at the hotel. Depart Sinaia and head south. Once out of the mountains, you have left Transylvania. Sinaia is only 1 hour 30 minutes away from Otopeni Airport, where your guide will drop you off.
One can opt for a visit of Snagov monastery. It is the legendary burial place of Vlad the Impaler, although his grave is empty to this day.
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Romania: Bucharest
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Max. Persons
PVT Trip
What's included?
* air conditioned car for the above mentioned route, gasoline price and parking fees;
* guided tours and entrance fees for the sights included in the itinerary;
* a professional private English speaking guide/driver, at your disposal throughout the trip;
* guide’s expenses;
* all transfers;
What's not included?
* meals other than the ones included in the program;
* individual travel insurance;
* photo and video fees;
* gratuities;
Where to meet
Lobby of your hotel or private pickup from airport.

Basic Information about the tour provider

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Guide information

Personal description
My name is Andrei Brebulet, and I have decided to open my own travel company because, in my years of experience as a tour guide, I have realized that many of my guests, coming from big groups (such as cruise ships or bus tours), always were searching for an easier, but more exclusive way to visit my great country. My travels through Romania have taken me to some unique places, offering some of the last places in Europe where one can admire natural beauty, time old traditions, while benefiting also from 4 star hotels and restaurants.
Professional description
I have vast experience in tours of Romania, in all regions of the country. During these years, I have assisted the Chinese prime minister and the American Secretary of Defense during their visits, acting as their personal interpreters. I have also assisted a film crew from the Croatian National Television in making a documentary of two regions of Romania (Moldavia and Bucovina). To this, some of my former guests have also recommended me to other travelers, and you can also find reviews about me and my services on Tripadvisor as well. You can also find great pictures of my country if you follow me on Facebook. Recently, in between my tours, I also write on a blog about Bucharest.

Looking forward to hearing from you and to spend a great vacation in this wonderful country named Romania.
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