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Romania Tour Package

Bucharest, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Bucovina area, Brasov, Bucuresti
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Duration

7 Nights 8 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English

Overview

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days

Destinations : Bucharest – Sibiu – Sighisoara – Bucovina area – Brasov – Bucuresti

Itinerary

Besides the myth of Dracula, Romania is famous for its breathtakingly beautiful scenery, green forests and vineyards, and spectacular wildlife. And not to mention the country’s stunning architecture and mouth-watering food. If your idea of a dream vacation includes castles, world-heritage sites, and unspoilt nature, check our Romania tour package itinerary.

Day 1: Arrive In Bucharest

Upon arrival at the Bucharest International Airport, our tour manager will help you transfer and complete the check-in formalities. Spend the rest of the day enjoying the beautiful city and its markets.

Spend the night at a luxury hotel in Bucharest.

Day 2: Bucharest – Sibiu

After a sumptuous breakfast, head out for a quick tour of Bucharest city. Some of the places you will visit during this tour include Revolution Square, the People’s Salvation Cathedral, the tallest and largest Eastern Orthodox Church in the world, the Romanian Athenaeum, Golescu Mansion, the old Royal Palace, the Arch of Triumph, and the Open Air Village Museum. Later during the day, you will move to Transylvania.

On the way, you will stop at Cozia Monastery, one of Romania’s most ancient churches along the Olt Valley. Later, you will proceed to Sibiu, a beautiful medieval town in Transylvania. It was recognised as Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2007.

Spend the night at a luxury hotel in Sibiu.

Day 3: Sibiu – Sighisoara

Sibiu is a typical European town with medieval buildings, cobblestone roads, roadside cafes, winding lanes, and friendly locals. Some of the places you will visit in Sibiu include the Saint Mary Evangelical Parish Church, which was built in the 14th century, the Museum of the Icons on Glass, the Bridge of Lies, the Large Square, and Turnul Sfatului or the Tower of the Council.

Later, after a traditional lunch at a local restaurant, you will head to explore Sighisoara. This city is at the heart of Transylvania and is supposedly the hometown of Vlad the Impaler. This medieval town is famous for its picturesque settings, rich history, and UNESCO World Heritage Structures.

Spend the night at a luxury hotel in Sighisoara.

Day 4: Sighisoara – Bucovina

After a hearty breakfast, head to explore the many heritage buildings in Sighisoara, viz, the Sighisoara Citadel, the Clock Tower Museum, the Medieval Weapons Museum, and the Covered Stairway. Enjoy walking the city's narrow streets to experience life in a medieval town.

Spend the noon enjoying lunch at a local restaurant before heading to Bucovina through the beautiful Borgo Pass. Don’t forget to enjoy the many twists, turns, ups, and downs along the Apuseni Mountains of the Carpathian Range.

Bucovina is famous for its painted monasteries, orthodox churches, and the many castles mentioned in Bram Stoker’s book Dracula. Stop for a coffee at Dracula’s Castle Hotel. Later, drive to Gura Humorului to end the day at a luxury hotel.

Day 5: Explore Bucovina

After breakfast, you will explore this beautiful city and its heritage monuments. Some of the places you will explore today include the many painted monasteries of Bucovina, Putna Monastery, Suceava Fortress, Bucovina Village Museum, Vatra Dornei, and the Voronet Monastery, also called the Sistine Chapel of the East. This chapel was built by King Stephan the Great in 1487 to celebrate their victory over the Ottoman Empire.

Some other attractions here include the Moldovita Monastery, a Romanian Orthodox monastery in the commune of Vatra Moldovitei, and Marginea, where you can enjoy the many workshops selling black ceramicware.

Spend the night in Gura Humorului.

Day 6: Bucovina Area – Brasov

Today, after breakfast, head to Brasov via the Bicaz Gorge. Don’t miss the Hasmas National Park along the way, famous for its limestone rocks that tower over 1,000 ft. above the Cheile Bicazuluipass and the Red Lake.

The medieval town of Brasov was once the capital of Transylvania and is one of the most beautiful places in Romania. Some places you will visit in Brasov include Council Square, the Black Church, the First Romanian School Museum, Biserica Sfantul Nicolae, and the Orthodox Church, which was built in the 1800s.

Day 7: Brasov – Bucharest

Start your day with a hearty breakfast before visiting the Bran Castle, an imposing castle associated with the fictional Count Dracula. The next stop on your tour will be the Peles Castle, the former summer residence of the Royal Family in Romania, built by the first King of Romania. Today, the castle holds different weapons and art objects in its exhibition. Later, you will move to Bucharest and check in to your hotel.

Spend the night in Bucharest.

Day 8: Depart Bucharest

Check out of your hotel to head to the Bucharest International Airport to catch your return flight home or continue with the next leg of your Europe tour package journey.

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Bucharest, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Bucovina area, Brasov, Bucuresti

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