4 days - Bucharest, Peles, Bran, Rasnov, Brasov, Fagaras, Rupea, Viscri, Sighisoara, Biertan, Alba Iulia, Corvin Castle, Sibiu, Curtea de Arges

Day 1

Day 1: Let’s start our first day at 7:30 a.m. from your hotel.

After two hours we’ll arrive at Sinaia. An interesting place to visit the summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family. One of the most beautiful castles in Europe is Peles Castle. It was built by Carol I, the first King of Romania.

We continue crossing the mountains to Transylvania. We’ll have the great pleasure to visit the most famous Romanian Castle in the world: Bran Castle. Queen Maria’s property of Romania is the home of Dracula vampire from Bram Stoker’s novel.

The next sightseeing is the fortress on the top of the hill from Rasnov. Over there, we’ll have a great view of the entire valley, including Rasnov town.

The end of the day will be in Brasov. We’ll enjoy it on a walking tour of the historical center. Accommodation will be in Brasov.

Day 2

Day 2: Fagaras Fortress impresses with the fortress that never been conquered. That because it’s surrounded by two sets of walls and a moat. It’s also one of the best conserved feudal monuments in Romania.

Rupea Fortress: we are talking about the oldest archaeological site in Romania. It’s gorgeous by the first signs of human settlements dating from the Paleolithic and early Neolithic.

Now it’s time for the old style of living in Romania: Viscri village. This place is famous because of the fortified church and the house that belongs to Prince Charles.

Sighisoara is the next one. We’ll stay overnight.

Day 3

Day 3: This day it’s coming with one of Transylvania’s fortifications. Biertan it’s the biggest fortified church from Romania and it’s also UNESCO World Heritage. We’ll be impressed by a unique lock system for the door. And we’ll see the biggest tryptic from a Transylvanian Church and a special jail, the marital prison.

Alba Iulia it’s an important place for Romania’s Unification from 1918. Ferdinand I and Maria became king and queen of all Romanians after Basarabia, Bucovina, and Transylvania unified with Romania.

Alba Iulia’s fortification was restored. It shows us the history of the Romans after they conquered Dacia.

The citadel was created in the 18th century. It’s a lovely star-shaped construction with Vauban architecture. And we should not forget about the Catholique and Orthodox cathedrals.

Next on the list is Corvin’s Castle, a spectacular Gothic-style castle. It was built by the Anjou family and became the residence of Transylvanian’s voivode, Iancu de Hunedoara (Iohannes Corvinus in Latin).

The last place it’s gonna be Sibiu.

Day 4

Day 4: Sibiu it’s for discovering the city’s fortifications. 

We’ll enjoy some churches and the Walk of Fame. 

After the Olt’s Valley, the Royale Necropolis from Curtea de Arges Monastery is awesome. 

This architectural style and Manole’s legend are very interesting. 

After four days, the end of our trip it’s gonna be in Bucharest

Sibiu - The Liars Bridge

Alba Iulia - Schimbarea garzii


Dates and prices:
Price per tour
by car (1 or 2 or 3 pers.) € 1000,00
by minivan (4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 pers.)  € 1400,00
For the price per person, you have to divide the price by the number of tourists.
For example, for 7 pers, each of them will pay € 200
  • Peles Castle
  • Bran Castle
  • Rasnov Fortress
  • Brasov Center City
  • Fagaras Fortress
  • Rupea Fortress
  • Viscri Fortified Church
  • Sighisoara Medieval City
  • Biertan Fortified Church
  • Alba Carolina Fortress
  • Corvin Castle
  • Sibiu City Center
  • Curtea de Arges Monastery

Distance : ~ 1.200 km
Time: ~ 4 days

Included :
– Transport with A/C car/minibus
– English / french driver-guide

– Accommodation and meals for guide

Not included :
– Meals

– Accommodation for tourists

– Entrance fees to monuments/sights, photo, video and other fees than those mentioned in the itinerary
– Various expenses such as personal calls, souvenirs, etc.



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