The heart of Europe’s last great wilderness, this is a rolling land of ancient forests of oak, beech and hornbeam, wide meadows and mountain pastures filled with wild flowers, villages where cows are the most numerous pedestrians and transport is a horse and cart. Wolves, wild boar and deer roam freely in the woods, eagles and buzzards patrol the skies, while storks maintain a languid village lookout from giant nests stacked on chimneys.
Including Private Guided Tours / Midnight Tours / Wine & Cheese
Platters / Pick up & Drop off services
Package 1: Guided or Unguided Day-time tour. Including all transfers.
Package 2: Guided Evening tour, offering access to the dungeons, torture chambers & towers. Including all transfers.
Package 3: Guided Midnight tour (if you dare!) with cheese & wine, includes access to the dungeons, torture chambers & towers. Including all transfers.
Package 4: For that special occasion, a guided tour with a private sit down meal within the castle. Including all transfers.
(Local tip! Be sure to save enough time to visit the local markets at the entrance and the horror house for those feeling brave.)
Surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend and perched high atop a 200-foot-high rock, Bran Castle owes its fame to its imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Bram Stocker's Dracula. Built on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212, the castle was first documented in an act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilege to build the Citadel.
From 1920 - 1957, the people of Brasov gifted Bran Castle to Queen Marie of Romania. The Queen spent much of her life collecting antiques and heirlooms, some of which are on display inside the castle's museum, giving a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of royalty. Narrow lining stairways will lead through some 60 timbered rooms, many connected by secret, unground passages. These rooms house a collection of furniture, weapons and armour dating from 14th - 19th century.
The castle overlooks the picturesque village of Bran and also offers an open air museum filled with old, local style village houses complete with furniture, household objects and costumes.
Officially Credited by Bran Castle.
Full or Half Day Tour:
A guided tour of the historic Brasov city via Poiana Brasov's luxurious mountain retreat, Additionally you will be able ride the cable car up Tampa Mountain and view the breath-taking landscapes from above.
(Local tip! Make sure to see the Black Church / Biserica Neagră)
Brasov is one of the most visited place in Romania. Fringed by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions.
Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance and has been used as backdrop in many recent period films. The location of the city at the intersection of trade routes linking the Ottoman Empire and western Europe, together with certain tax exemptions, allowed Saxon merchants to obtain considerable wealth and exert a strong political influence in the region. Fortifications were erected around the city and continually expanded, with several towers maintained by different craft guilds, according to medieval custom.
Stroll around the old Town Hall Square (Piata Sfatului) where you can admire colourfully painted and ornately trimmed baroque structures. Take a peek inside the Black Church (Biserica Neagra) the largest gothic church in Romania. It's name derives from damage caused by the Great Fire of 1689, when the flames and smoke blackened it walls. The interior is impressive and well kept and houses one of the largest organs in Eastern Europe.
Full Day Tour:
From Bran you will be privately transported to Busteni, first stopping at the base of the mountain to be taken by cable car to the top of Bucegi mountains. After spending the day taking in views of the Sphinx and surreal landscapes, you will be driven back to Bran to relax after a long day of driving and walking.
(Local tip! Bring comfortable shoes! also the weather at the top of the mountain's can be colder than below, bring a warm jacket!)
The Bucegi Mountains are part of the Carpathian Mountain Range that spans six European countries; however, the bulk of the Carpathians are located in Romania. This is where the Bucegi Mountains are located. According to legend, Zamolxis, the god of the ancient Romanian people (the Dacians), made his home and sanctuary in the mountains. It was often said the god would vanish deep into the caverns to consult his oracles.
Busteni is a small mountain resort in the north of Prahova County, in central Romania. It is located at the bottom of the Bucegi Mountains that have a maximum altitude of 2505 meters. Busteni average altitude is 900 meters and it is one of the most popular resorts, offering spectacular views, with lots of year- round tourism opportunities ranging from skiing to mountain climbing
Another attraction is Bucegi Plateau, where rain and wind have turned the rocks into spectacular figures such as the Sphinx and Babele.
Babele, the Old Women, is one the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The name comes from the mushroom shaped rock formations, the result of erosion over hundreds of years. The Bucegi Sphinx is another rock formation in the same area, named for its sphinx- like appearance.
Half Day Tour:
From Bran you will be driven to see the historic and beautiful fortress of Rasnov.
(Local tip! Ask our guides to show you the hidden cave 1km away. Don't forget a warm jacket)
Rasnov Fortress is located on a rocky hilltop in the Carpathian Mountains, 650 ft, above the town of Rasnov. First mentioned in a official document in 1331, the fortress was built by Teutonic knights as protection against invading Tartars and was later enlarged by the local Saxon population. Strategically located on the commercial route linking the provinces of Transylvania and Wallachia, the fortress differs from other Saxon fortress in that it was designed as a place for refugees over extended periods of time. As such it had at least 30 houses, a school a chapel and other buildings more commonly associated with a village.
The defensive system included nine towers, two bastions and a drawbridge. The fortress was obliged to surrender only once, in the year 1612 when invaders managed to find the secret route that supplied the people inside the fortress with water.
Recently the fortress has been restored to its former glory and today, you can visit impressive remains. There is also a museum here, hidden behind the ancient walls, where you can be a witness of a time long gone, through the magnificent artefacts and architecture on view. The inner rooms are maze-like with several wooden ladders linking them and a few so- called secret passages which should keep you busy for quite a while.
Full Day Tour:
Departing from Bran, you will be privately driven along one of the most beautiful stretches of road on the planet, this drive takes approximately 3-4 hours to arrive to Balea Lake, which sits at the top of the Fagaras Mountains. You can additionally stop at Vidraru Lake for a boat trip around the lake.
(Local tip! Be sure to get a photo from the top the mountains)
Transfagarasan is probably the most amazing road in the world! Anyone visiting Romania should include a trip down Transfagarasan.
Transfagarasan was constructed between 1970 and 1974, during the rule of Nicolae Ceausescu as a response to the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union. Ceausescu wanted to ensure quick military access across the mountains in case the Soviets attempted a similar move to a previous one during 1921.
The winding snake like road climbs to 2054 meters altitude, dotted with steep hairpin turns, long S-curves and sharp descents. The Transfagarasan is both an attraction and a challenge for hikers, cyclists, drivers and motorcycle enthusiasts alike. The road is usually closed from late October until late June because of the snow. One of beautiful landmarks of Transfagarasan is Vidraru Dam , one of largest hydroelectric plants in Europe completed in 1966.The road passes across the top of the dam and offers stunning views of the Vidraru Lake where you can take leisurely boats trips on the lake during the summer.
On the top of the road is Balea Lake, situated at 2034 meters of altitude in Fagaras Mountains. It is a glacier lake and is also a reservation where during the winters months you can have a unique experience at the first ice hotel built in Eastern Europe.
The road is more than 150 kilometres in length and is Romania`s most spectacular road and thanks to an appearance on BBC Top Gear in 2009, now one of the world`s most popular tourist attraction.
Full Day Tour:
Departing from Bran, you will be driven to the pearl of resorts in Sinaia, where you will see Peles Castle, one of the most astonishing castles in all of Europe. You will be greeted by a personal tour guide who will escort you around the castle's grounds and interiors. Following your expedition of the castle grounds, you can choose to take a cable car 1,400 metres or 2,000 metres up the Bucegi Mountains.
(Local tip! If you choose to take the cable car, be sure to bring warm clothing & comfortable boots)
Sinaia is a town and a mountain resort in Prahova County. The town was named after Sinaia Monastery, around which it was built. Known as " the Carpathian Pearl ", it is a lovely mountain town, whose main attractions are castles, alpine activities such as hiking and skiing.
Situated in a breathtaking mountain scenery, Sinaia is best known for being the summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family.
Peles Castle is nestled at the foot of Bucegi Mountains in the picturesque town of Sinaia. It is a masterpiece of German New - Renaissance architecture, considered by many as one of the most stunning castles in Europe.
Commissioned by King Carol in 1873 and completed in 1883, the castle served as the summer residence of royal family until 1947. It`s 160 rooms are adorned with the finest examples of European art, Murano crystal chandeliers, German stained - glass windows and Cordoba leather- covered walls.
The furniture in the Music Room is carved of teak, a gift to King Carol 1 from the Maharajah of Kapurtala in India, while the handmade silk embroideries adorn the ceiling and walls of Turkish Saloon. It was also the first castle in Europe to feature electric lighting, an electric lift and central heating.
This activity takes place at the Piatra Craiului aerodrome in Zarnesti county, close to Brasov. With unique scenery the aerodrome is situated at the bottom of Bucegi Mountains and Piatra Craiului Mountains. It offers an unique panorama of Transylvania, this one being the pilots favourite . You can see an aerial view of Bran Castle, the mountains , Rasnov fortress and many more. You can also fly to other areas rather than car or train.
30/60 Minute Arial Flight :
Take a 30 or 60 minute flight of a lifetime over the spectacular mountains of Bucegi Mountains / Brasov and Bran.
Skydiving: A tandem is the best and safest way to have your first contact with skydiving, offering total reliability and the same sensation as a solo jump.
Arial Flights + Off-Road Driving (Minimum 6 People) :
For the ultimate thrill seeking adventure, this is the package for you!
Private Plane Services: Those with little time to spare, our private plane service can pick-up airports all over Transylvania to a destination of your choice.
All packages include return ground transfers.
(Local tip! Ask our guides to )
Half Day Tour:
A visit to Libearty Bears where you will see rescued bears, The tour lasts approximately 2 hours where you can watch a short movie about how the project began, the staff will accompany you and provide useful information on each individual bears. A lovely way of seeing these wonderful creatures in a secure environment.
(Local tip! We can also organise volunteer positions on a weekly basis!)
In 1998 a Romanian woman, Cristina Lapis, saw 3 bears in a small cage outside a restaurant in central Romania where they were used to attract customers. She later found more bears used in a similar way in other areas of the country. Her dream was to rescue these distressed animals and to change public attitudes to stop this cruel and illegal exploitation of one of Romania’s magnificent native animals.
Now that dream is being realised, with over 80 bears enjoying a new life in the Libearty Bear Sanctuary – 70 hectares of oak and hazel forest in the Carpathian Mountains above the Transylvanian town of Zarnesti.
Here, the bears climb trees, swim in the pools and forage on the vegetation. For many of them, having been caught from the wild as cubs, this is a new and stimulating experience.
The Romanian bear sanctuary has helped to create better awareness of the issues affecting bears in Romania. The Romanian public, media and also the authorities have now taken this project to their hearts. The sanctuary has given new life to once-captive bears and is a symbol of optimism for the protection of Romania’s rich natural environment.
Officially Credited by Libearty Bear Sanctuary
Rasnov Ranch is set up in Cheile Rasnoavei, surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. With varied breeds of magnificent horses and ponies, you can have a authentic wildlife experience with their passionate host's, showing you the lush, original nature that makes Transylvania so special. If horse riding is not your thing, take an old fashioned Horse and Carriage or a sleigh in the winter time.
1 Hour Horse Ride
Half Day Horse Ride:
Horse & Carriage:
Sleigh Ride: (During Winter Months Only)
All levels of experience are catered for, with the option of a step by step lesson to teach you the basics. Protective equipment provided
All packages are fully customisable & Private Return Transfers are included in our packages.
(Local tip! Be prepared for sore legs the following day, ask us about our massage & spa services!)
Full Day Package: A guided tour from Bran to Sinaia followed by a trip up the Bucegi Mountains to Burnt Rock Chalet on a road of splendid panoramic views.
(Local tip! Be sure to eat at the Burnt Rock Chalet, The food is by far the best in the area.)
(The Burnt Rock Chalet) is situated on the Bucegi Plateau at an altitude of 1950 metres, Halfway between Babele and Cota 2000. Built in 1935 it was later turned into a multi-functional sports facility. During the summer months, the road from Sinaia can be reached by car and throughout the winter months, the peak can be reached by cable car.
Everybody can feel the soul of the beauty of this place, The road is one of the most incredible mountain roads in all of Romania.
Private transfers from Bran to Upper Moeciu. Explore the beautiful village at the foot of Bucegi Mountains. Followed by a private tour of Gradistei Keys where you will view panoramic views of Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains.
(Local tip! A major point of attraction is the restaurant, which became famous worldwide after featuring a Discovery Channel show, through the centre of the restaurant flows a fresh water river. Its flowing water powers the engine of a miniature wood mill.)
Upper Moeciu is situated in a picturesque location at the foot the Bucegi Mountains and is an ideal place for many activities, unforgettable moments and a particularly nice place for fun and for relaxation.
All the charm of this area is the view of the surrounding mountains, the pristine area of steep hills and vivid green vegetation where you can admire the many cottages, pensions, housing, flower meadows, fir forests, valleys with deep rivers, natural springs and waterfalls and many hiking trails.
Gradistei Keys is located between Upper Moeciu and Lower Moeciu, the stunning views continuously leave lasting impressions on its visitors thanks to the scenery and steep panoramic mountain views. Nearby there is also La Chisatoarea waterfall that was declared a bio-geological reservation which flows in tiny spouts whilst winding through the thick vegetation.
Half Day Package: You will be first taken to the Palace of Parliament, followed by a 2 hour guided tour of the interior. In the evening you will be taken to a traditional Romanian style restaurant.
PARTY-ON Bucharest: VIP tours catering for birthdays/ stag/ hen week-ends.
Airport Transfer-Mercedes Sprinter
Meet&Greet-Welcome Party Package
Concierge service during your stay-advise and reservations
Host guide assistance at your service
Partying in two of the best top clubs
Customized Pub Crawl and Cocktail tour
Old City walking tour
Local tip! Be sure to bring your passport to experience the Palace of Parliament as it s required for entry.. Also, be aware that you need a permit to take photos which can be purchased for a small fee upon arrival.
Hosted in Southern Romania, is the country's capital and commercial centre. Its most iconic structure is the massive Palatul Parlamentului government building, which has 1,100 rooms. Nearby, the historic Lipscani district is home to an energetic nightlife scene as well as tiny Eastern Orthodox Stavropoleos Church and 15th-century Curtea Veche palace, where in 1459, Prince Vlad III (“The Impaler”) once ruled.
The cities elegant architecture earned Bucharest the name 'Little Paris'. It has landmark buildings and monuments. The Palace of Parliament is 2nd largest building in the world, after the Pentagon and can be seen from out of space.
Include Return Transfers from Bucharest to Mamaia + Accommodation.
When the sun sets, Mamaia starts vibrating. The night parties, clubs and discos are just a few of the things which make the resort one of the most visited on the shore of the Black Sea. The clubs in Mamaia are varied and can satisfy any requirements with their rhythms, large dance rings, pools, live concerts and very good music. All these are the perfect ingredients for the night life you will never forget and will log for the whole year long.
Local tip! Pack your sunscreen!
Mamaia, “the Pearl of the Romanian seaside”, is the country’s most popular resort, largest at the Black Sea, the 4th in Europe and the 7th in the world, being well known for its vibrant nightlife.
Mamaia is 8km strip of wide beach running between Lake Siutghiol and the Black Sea, providing to the tourists a wide range of activities, such as waterskiing, jet skiing, kayaking, kite surfing and surfing. Mamaia offers golden sands and elegant 3, 4 and 5 stars hotels with open-air swimming pools and sports fields, but this is not all that you can do in the resort.
This summer resort is a magnet for Romanian and foreign tourists. Due to its NIGHTCLUBS, international concerts, festivals (like Fashion TV Summer Festival), Mamaia (also called Ibiza of the east) has won in 2012 the recognition of the International Club Festival in Monte Carlo, with 150 clubs as participants, and called the most fashionable entertainment in the world.