Cultural Heritage of Romania
Itinerary - Cultural Heritage of Romania
Day 1: Bucharest
Arrival at the Bucharest airport. Meet and greet by your guide. Transfer to the hotel, accommodation and overnight.
Day 2: Bucharest - Curtea de Arges - Sibiu
Breakfast. Our first stop is the Curtea de Arges Monastery, located in the Carpathian Mountains. Continue with city tour of Sibiu including the Old Town, The Main Square, the Brukenthal Museum and the Roman Catholic Cathedral, Huet Square where we’ll visit the Evangelical Church. Afterward, we’ll go to the famous Bridge of Lies. Overnight in Sibiu.
Day 3: Sibiu - Alba Iulia - Turda - Cluj-Napoca
Breakfast. Today we will visit the largest medieval fortress in Romania, Alba Carolina. Next, we will visit the Turda Salt Mine and continue to the largest city in Transylvania, Cluj-Napoca, known as “the city of the arts”. Overnight in Cluj-Napoca.
Day 4: Cluj Napoca - Breb - Sighetu Marmatiei
Breakfast. City tour of Cluj, including St Michael’s Gothic Cathedral, the Banffy Palace, the former City Hall, and the peculiar Mirror Street. From Cluj, we will be heading to MaramureÈ™, famous with its open-air museum. Our next stop is Breb, one of the best preserved traditional villages, where we will have the chance to explore the locals' way of living. Overnight in Sighetu Marmatiei.
Day 5: Wooden Churches - Targu Mures
Breakfast. In the morning we’ll visit two ancient wooden churches, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Fund: Poienile Izei and Bârsana. In the afternoon we will reach Târgu MureÈ™, a city recognized for its ethnic and cultural diversity. Overnight in Targu Mures.
Day 6: Targu Mures - Biertan - Sighisoara - Brasov
Breakfast. We will reach Biertan, the largest Fortified Church in Transylvania built by the Saxons in the 16th century and nowadays listed as UNESCO monument. Then proceed to SighiÈ™oara, where we will have city tour including the Clock Tower, a symbol of the city, the Church on the Hill. Overnight in Brasov.
Day 7: Brasov - Bran - Sinaia - Bucharest
Breakfast. City tour of BraÈ™ov, including the Council Square, the Gothic cathedral, famously called The Black Church, Bran Castle and other sights around. Afterwards, we will visit Sinaia, where were situated the former royal residence. Continue with a visit Orthodox Monastery in Sinaia and PeleÈ™ Castle. In the afternoon we will head to Bucharest. Overnight in Bucharest.
Day 8: Bucharest
Breakfast. City tour of the Romanian Capital, including Free Press Square, Arch of Triumph, Victory Square and Avenue, Royal Palace, Revolution Square, a visit to the Village Museum, one of the most impressive open-air museums in Europe and the Palace of Parliament. Next, you will have free time in the Old Town. Overnight in Bucharest.
Day 9: Bucharest departure
Free time after breakfast. Transfer to the airport. End of our services.
|2 pax||4 pax||6 pax|
|3* Hotels||1 070 euro||720 euro||580 euro|
|4* Hotels||1 100 euro||750 euro||610 euro|
|5* Hotels||1 250 euro||900 euro||760 euro|
What is included in the tour?Price is per person
8 nights accommodation
8 x breakfast
Private transfers in air-conditioned car with private
Airport transfer on first and last days
English-speaking guide on excursions
What is excluded from the tour?Entrance fees
meals and drinks.
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