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Transylvania & Danube Delta


Visit: Bucharest, Cozia, Sibiu, Bazna, Bagaciu, Biertan, Sighisoara, Mosna, Agnita, Predeal,Harman,  Brașov, Bran, Sinaia, Tulcea, Constanta, Bucharest

Day 1: Arrival Bucharest

On arrival at the Bucharest airport, you will be met by the local tour guide. In the afternoon you will get to know the capital city better, where you can visit the Patriarchal Church, seat of the Romanian Orthodox Head and the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest building in the world. On the Revolution Square you will be able to experience the events of 1989 up close.

Day 2: Bucharest – Cozia – Sibiu – Bazna

In the morning drive in the north direction with a stop at Cozia Monastery, one of the oldest monasteries in Romania. The monastery is an example of well-preserved Wallachian architecture, with Byzantine influence, highlighted by alternating brick and stone groups, and carved artificial stakes. Then your journey will continue along the picturesque Olt valley, through the red tower Pass, where once was the border between Transylvania and Wallachia. In the afternoon there will be a a city tour in Sibiu. The European Capital of Culture in 2007 is a city that has played an important economic and political role in Transylvania throughout history. The buildings on the Great and Small Ring, the Brukenthal Palace and the Bridge of Lies are just some of the architectural monuments that influence the whole cityscape. In the evening you'll arrival in Bazna.

Day 3: Bazna – Biertan – Sighisoara – Bazna

This day is marked by the culture of the Transylvanian Saxons. The fortified churches of Transylvania belong to the best-known historical monuments of the Transylvanian Saxons and since they are preserved much better than in other parts of Europe, they are also valuable monuments certificated of the general fortified church building. After breakfast the trip will go first to Biertan, where you will visit the largest of all fortified churches. This church until 19JH was also the residence of the Protestant bishops for Transylvania. Then on your visit list, you’ll go to Sighisoara. Sighisoara is the most beautiful and best preserved medieval building in peasant Gothic Renaissance and Baroque style in this part of Europe. The high density of the architectural monuments, the public buildings, the fortification walls, the defensive towers and the apartments that make up the complex give the castle the appearance of a unique, well-composed complex of buildings of inestimable historical value. Here you will visti: the Church on the Hill, the birthplace of Dracula and the church of the Monastery. In the late afternoon travel by horse-drawn carriage to the fortified churches of Boian and Bazna. Festive dinner with folklore program.

Day 4: Bazna – Mosna – Agnita – Predeal

In the morning drive to Bran, over Agnita (Agnetheln) and Fagaras country, where you visit the old fortress. Arrival in Bran. The fortress is situated on the border between Transylvania and Wallachia. Commonly known as "Dracula's Castle". From the Castel you can enjoy the view over the wooded valley and the surrounding Bucegi mountains. The castle is just glorious today, but at the time served mainly for military purposes. The romantic castle was in the interwar period residence of the Romanian Queen Maria, now is a museum.

Day 5: Predeal – Harman – Brasov – Bran – Predeal

This morning we drive to the Saxon fortified churches Harman and Prejmer. In the afternoon enjoy a city tour in Brasov. The city was founded in the 13th century by the Knights of the Teutonic Knights and was for centuries an economic and intellectual center of the Transylvanian Saxons, who constituted until the 19th century a majority of the population. City tour in the city center, where you will get to know the most important sights: the Black Church with its Buchholz organ (inside sightseeing), the medieval city wall around the historic old town with stylish late medieval town houses, the Town Hall Square, the unique Schnurrgasse, Katherine Gate and the small hidden orthodox church from the centre.

Day 6: Predeal – Sinaia – Tulcea

In the morning, visit the monastery of Sinaia, founded in the 17th century by monks from the Sinai Peninsula. Then drive through Wallachia to Tulcea. In the late afternoon, cruise to the Danube Delta with romantic dinner on board.

Day 7: Tulcea – Constanta – Bukarest

Today drive through the seaside resorts on the Black Sea coast to Constanta, where you'll enjoy a city tour on arrival including Ovidius Square and the Orthodox Cathedral. Then continue to Bucharest where you will have city tour including a visit of the village museum and the Patriarchal Church.

Day 8: Departure Bucharest

Morning is at leisure, before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.


Escorted Package Includes:

  • 7 nights in 3* and 4* hotels and pensions
  • Half-board
  • Tour Guide 
  • Carriage ride
  • Cruise in the Danube Delta (drinks included)
  • 2 festive dinners with Folklore program
  • Transport by modern bus/minibus


Hotels (or similar):

  • Bucharest: Hotel Ramada Parc 4* 
  • Bazna: Casa Bazna 3*
  • Predeal: Hotel Piemonte 4*
  • Tulcea: H. Europolis 3*


Tour Prices are per person twin share in Australian Dollars. Conditions apply and group tours are subject to change and availability. Prices are subject to currency fluctuations. (kp)

Package Information

  • Duration: 8 Days/7 Nights
  • Type: Escorted Tour
  • Departures: April - October 2020
  • Cities Visited: Bucharest, Cozia, Sibiu, Bazna, Bagaciu, Biertan, Sighisoara, Mosna, Agnita, Predeal,Harman,  Brașov, Bran, Sinaia, Tulcea, Constanta, Bucharest
  • Price From: $ 727