• Brasov

Brasov City Break

Brasov
Bran castle
Peles castle
Rasnov Citadel
Bear Reserve
Transfagarasan
Off Road
Mountain Bike
7 Stairs Canyon
Bucuresti

Day1- Bucharest
Visit the Parliament House, the largest civilian administrative building as the surface in the world, the most expensive administrative building in the world and the heaviest building in the world, going three times in the book of records.
Dinner and accommodation in Brasov.

Day 2 -At your choise
  • Off Road
    unforgettable experience filled with shifts off road trails impassable mountains, due to the network of forest roads, in a total length of several thousand kilometers, Romania is one of the few European countries in which long distances can be covered off-road, bypassing inhabited areas or paved roads with trips ranging from a couple of hours to several days.
  • Ride, sightseeing, relaxation all while riding the bicycle
    One day trips in Brasov county with a difficulty ranging from easy to medium
  • One day Hiking
    We shall admire beautiful sights that we will encounter in a unique location in Romania.
    Note: Proper equipment required. We shall provide backpack and mountain stick.
  • Transfagarasan
    Transfăgărășan is one of the most beautiful mountain roads in Romania and even in the world. Built at a maximum altitude of 2042 m, it is also called “the road in the clouds”, and connects the historical region of Muntenia to Transilvania.
    The view is spectacular, and the altitude differences and the hairpin turns represent a challenge both for the cars and the drivers.
  • Fortified Churches Harman & Prejmer , Urlatoare waterfall and Aurochs
    we visit the Harman fortified churches (built around the basilica first mentioned in documents in 1240. We do not miss the opportunity to visit the corridors of the defense walls.) and Prejmer (The citadel, built in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries around the church Prejmer, is considered the strongest peasant fortress in Medieval Transylvania. The fortified church Prejmer is Monument inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Inside, the walls are lined with refuge rooms arranged on several levels, designed to accommodate the population of the village in case of siege)
    We go to lunch in nature to Vama Buzaului, after that visiting The Wailing Waterfall. (From the womb of the mountain, water streams tumble noisily in small or large circles, but always with the same sound modulations. It’s an aquatic spectacle of rare wilderness)and The Aurochs Valley Reservation
  • Skiing Poiana Brasov
    Poiana Brașov is the most popular Romanian ski resort and an important tourist centre preferred by many tourists not only from Romania, but also from Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and other European states. After the 2010 modernization, the ski area has expanded from 50 hectares to 80 hectares and the slopes length was increased from 13.8 km to 23.9 km. most slopes now have snow cannons installed.

Day 3 - Bran & Peles

Bran castle built in 1377 as part of the Transylvanian defense system, the castle is a “must see” often referred to as mythical Dracula’s castle.
Peles Castle is the most exciting and beautiful castle in Romania, and it definitely competes with the best ones in Europe. Built by the first king of Romania – Carol I, between 1873 and 1914, the construction features an elegant Neo-Renaissance style combined with Gothic Revival and striking Baroque, Saxon and Swiss alpine influences.
Traditional dinner. Overnight in Brasov

Day 4- Bucharest

Departure to Bucharest, transfer to the airport.

What does include?

  • Transfer airport – hotel – airport
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 3 meals / day
  • Guide & services of representatives during the stay
  • Transport by private car or minivan (air conditioning)
  • Entrance fees for all the sites mentioned in the program

What are the separate costs?

  • Medical insurance policy
  • Transport to Romania
  • Personal expenses

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