Uncover The Wonders of Romania With This 10-Day Luxury Tour
Romania is a nation of wonders and one of Europe's best-preserved gems. It has unique attractions, vibrant towns full of art, pristine forests, year-round cultural festivals, centuries-old traditions, and spectacular mountain scenery. Romania is also a must-visit nation at least once in a lifetime because of its fascinating cities, medieval citadels, wonderful castles, scenic landscapes, and rustic countryside. This 10-day luxury tour package of Romania will help you uncover all the wonders this destination offers.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at Bucharest airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Enjoy the buzzing bars and cafs, majestic buildings, communist architecture, great parks, and traditional and contemporary museums. Stroll around the Old Centre and explore the monumental Palace of Parliament and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Wander to the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum to get the feel of a traditional village of the nation.
Day 2: Touring Danube Delta
Head to Tulcea, which is located next to the Danube Delta. Embark on a boat ride on the delta channels to uncover the great forests and the remote villages. Keep a close eye out for the 350-bird species that gather here in the summer season. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 3: Exploring Sinaia
Witness the mud volcanoes in Berca created by mud eruption because of the combination of hot water or natural gases with subterranean mineral deposits. Visit the wonderful mountain resort town of Sinaia that is famous for housing the Peles Castle. Wander around one of the most pleasant castles in the nation that is also the former summer residence of Romania's kings. Stroll around the 170 rooms that take the visitors through numerous architectural styles and learn more about the spectacular Neo-Renaissance architecture.
Day 4: Visiting Bucegi and Bran
Take the wonderful route of Trans Bucegi that will take you to the Bucegi Mountains and the sights of Sfinxul and Babele. Marvel at the unique highlights of these natural wonders carved into the mountains by Mother Nature. Further on, hike to the top of a cliff to the Bran Castle, which is also known as the mythical home of Count Dracula. Discover that the old fortress was the customs house between Transylvania and Wallachia. Roam around the castle, the royal residence of Queen Marie of Romania.
Day 5: Heading to Prejmer and Brasov
Uncover Romania's Saxon heritage by visiting the gorgeous fortified churches and citadels constructed by the Transylvania German colonists. Begin with Prejmer, which is the largest fortified church in southeastern Europe. Thick walls with built-in shelter rooms safeguard the lofty Gothic church. End the day in Brasov's pleasant city tucked away at the feet of the Carpathians. Gape with amazement at one of the largest Gothic churches, the Black Church, which exhibits massive walls and bastions. Following that, drive to the ski paradise of Poiana Brasov Resort for some breathtaking views and hiking.
Day 6: Discovering Lacul Rosu and Bicaz
Soak in the views of several amazing gorges and a picturesque lake at the Red Lake in Lacul Rosu. This natural lake was developed as a consequence of the 1838 earthquake. Find out the lake's color is because the Red Creek dumps reddish alluvium in the lake. Discover the Bicaz Gorges are located close to the lake and are carved beautifully in the mountain ranges by the Bicaz River. Wonder at the magnificent stone walls that border the narrow winding road linking the regions of Moldova and Transylvania. It is one of the major rock-climbing sites in this nation.
Day 7: Heading to Iasi
Head to the capital of the historical region of Moldavia called Iasi. Discover one of the most fascinating buildings in the nation called the Palace of Culture, which has the biggest art museum. Learn that the national poet Mihai Eminescu used to get motivated by the parks and streets of this city. Witness the 500-year-old linden tree in Copou Park, next to which he created some of his best poems.
Day 8: Venturing to Voronet
Heading north toward Bucovina to explore the painted churches there that stand like ramparts of their faith. They portray Orthodox beliefs through outstanding works of art. Explore the Church of Voronet, painted blue and changes its tinge every season. Visit the nearby Voronet Monastery, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, and seven other churches in Bucovina.
Day 9: Strolling in Sapanta
Stroll in the distinctive cemetery of Sapanta, a land of old traditions and customs. Enjoy the good-humored poems that are written about the people that are buried here, hence the name "Merry Cemetery." The Romanian ancestors here believed that death is a moment filled with joy because it talks about a passage to a better life.
Day 10: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.