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10 Day Tour to Transylvania and Bukovina 2022

10 Day Tour to Transylvania and Bukovina 2022

Duration: 10 Days

Our tour mixes two of the most appreciated areas of Romania, namely Transylvania and Bucovina in a 10 day travel. We also mix the discovery of the main cities, with the(...)

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+8 days tours

Our 8+ days tours are destined to people who want to discover Romania in depth. Any of our shorter tours can be matched with other short tours from a different region of Romania , like Bucovina or Danube Delta.

Our tours combine visits in the main medieval cities of Transylvania, fortified churches, UNESCO heritage sites, fortresses, castles and palaces, hikes in the Carpathians, experiences in the Danube Delta, painted monasteries of Bucovina and traditions in small villages and gastronomic encounters with fresh and local produce.

In many of our tours we use as base our mountain village, Moieciu de Sus, settled 12 km from Bran and 35 km away from Brasov, where our guests come into touch with the local culture, the homestays and the delicious home made meals cooked with local produce.

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Points of interest and landmarks

Our tours include the most well known POI and also hidden gems of Transylvania, Danube Delta, Dobrogea and Bucovina for people ready to explore the heart of Romania

Alba Iulia

Alba Iulia is a medium sized city, settled in the heart of Transylvania. It dates back to the Roman conquest of Dacia, 2000 years ago.

Moieciu de sus

The village of Moieciu de Sus is situated in Brasov county, in a beautiful mountain area at the edge of the Bucegi National Park. Its settlement, the touristic areas that surround it, the raw nature and the respect of the locals for traditions make it an ideal place for rural and sustainable tourism.

Bran Castle

Bran is the star of the Brasov area. It is mostly famous for the count Dracula Castle, but it shelters a few more interesting spots: an Etnographic Museum which lies next to the castle gardens and a small chapell  which used to shelter the heart of Queen Mary of Romania. 


Brasov is  one of the greatest and most beautiful cities in Romania. Among its touristical attractions: the old medieval town center, the Black Church (14th century), the Council Square and Sforii Street (17th century) – one of the narrowest streets in Europe. 

Bucegi Natural Park

The geographical settlement and the easy access to the marked hiking trails, makes Bucegi Mountains one of the most visited massif in Romania. The park is home to various wild animal species, such as: bears, wolves, wild cats, wild goats, wild pigs, foxes.


Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and at the same time the largest city. It dates back to the 15th century and it currently has a population of over 2 million people.


There are a lot of churches and monasteries in Bucovina, but some of them are of special value because of the way they were preserved over time. Eight of them are Unesco Heritage sites.

Caraorman Forest

The oak forest in Caraorman is a nationally protected area in the Danube Delta, on the Sulina branch of the river. It is known for its centuries old oaks, its moving dunes and the wild horses that live there.

Cheile Bicazului

The monumental gorges formed by the Bicaz river, serve as passing point from Transylvania to Bucovina. As one crosses through the gorges, the sensation is as being in a different world, with a dramatic landscape, depicted from a movie.

Cluj Napoca

The second largest city of Romania after Bucharest, Cluj Napoca is a famous universitarian center and a charming, full of life city. There’s always something going on in Cluj Napoca.

Corvin Castle

The Corvin Castle or Hunyad Castle in Hunedoara is the third most visited castle in Romania, after Bran and Peles. It’s been built in the 15th century and it is a charming, gothic style castle.


Dobrogea or Dobruja is the territory between the Black Sea and the Danube Delta. Famous for its vineyards, it’s a hidden gem with a lot of surprises for the ones that plan to visit it.

Egg Painted Museum in Bucovina

In the village of Vama there is the greatest  egg painted museum from Romania. The museum reunites a number of 7000 painted eggs, coming from Romania as well as from other countries in the world. It is internationally renowned and many people come to see it and to learn how to do it.

Enisala Fortress

Enisala is the only medieval genovese fortress from Dobrogea, southern Romania. It’s been built in the 13th century, with defensive role. Even when it’s in ruins, one can still admire its stone walls and towers architectonical design.

Libearty Bear Sanctuary

The Libearty Bear Sanctuary opened to the public in May 2014. It is a rescue bear project that started in 2005 and became one of the largest bear reserves in Europe. The sanctuary occupies a surface of 30 wooded hectares, where 78 bears were rescued from unhealthy environments.

Palace of Parliament

The largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon, the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is Ceausescu’s megalomania come true. It’s a symbol of the city and it currently serves as seat of the Parliament of Romania. 

Peles Castle

Sinaia, on the Prahova Valley, shelters the Peles and Pelisor Castles, old residence of the Romanian monarchy. The Peles and the Pelisor castles are unique works of art and one of the last fairy tales castles in Europe. A must see and absolutely reccommendable site.

Piatra Craiului National Park

Piatra Craiului is one of the most beautiful mountain areas in Romania. It is under strict protection from logging and hunting and here you will find numerous hiking and biking trails.

Prejmer Fortified Church

The best preserved fortified church in Transylvania and an Unesco Heritage site. It’s been sieged for more than 50 times and only once conquered.


Rimetea is a hungarian village placed in Transylvania and is famous for its beautifully conserved houses. It is said to be one of the most beautiful villages in Transylvania.

Saxon Villages

The transylvanian Saxon villages are one of the must-see sights when visiting Romania. They cover the south – eastern part of Transylvania and seven of their fortified churches have been included on the Unesco World Heritage list.

Sighisoara Citadel

Sighisoara is the best conserved medieval town and is also a UNESCO heritage site. Its romantic, medieval aspect, the stone walls, the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill, the Monastery Church and the birth house of Vlad the Impaler make it one of the most appreciated touristical sites in Romania.

Turda Salt Mine

Salina Turda is a massive underground mine and museum, dating back to the Roman Era. Its galleries are impressively high and the new sci-fi park they designed inside it’s attracting more and more people.

Viscri Fortified Church

Viscri or Weisskirch is a small village, tucked into the Transylvanian hills, with one of the most beautiful and best preserved fortified churches in Transylvania. The fortified church of Viscri dates back to the 13th century.

Why visit Romania

There are plenty of reasons to visit Romania, but the most significant ones are:

The Medieval Castles, Hundreds of Years Old and the Story Behind Them

The Medieval Castles, Hundreds of Years Old and the Story Behind Them

Three castles attract the visitor’s look, when coming to Romania. The first one is a medieval fortress that has been transformed into castle by the royal family of Romania. It is namely, the Bran Castle. The second one is a piece of art and architecture and one of the most beautiful castles in Europe, the Peles Castle. The third one is Corvin Castle, a majestic 15th century gothic style building, belonging to one of the rulers, of Transylvania.
The People are so Friendly that you will consider them brothers and sisters

The People are so Friendly that you will consider them brothers and sisters

The outgoing friendliness of the romanian people is very much renowned. Romanians are very warm and open people, willing to help and share and they strive to give the best they have for their guests to feel good. The hospitality and warmth of the Romanian people goes back in time with testimonies of people who were always welcomed with fresh water, bread and free shelter when visiting Romania.
The Culture is Well Preserved and Unique Worldwide

The Culture is Well Preserved and Unique Worldwide

Romania has a very twisted history,being marked by its geographical settlement. It has always been regarded as the entrance gate to Europe from the Eastern side of the continent. You will find here influences from the romans to hungarians, germans, ottomans, russians and austrians. Romania is often regarded as the meeting point of three cultures coming from three different regions: Eastern Europe, Central Europe and the Balkans.
Mouth-pleasing local gastronomy and breathtaking scenery worth seeing

Mouth-pleasing local gastronomy and breathtaking scenery worth seeing

Local gastronomy is based on homegrown and homemade products. If you are a foodie, you are bound to enjoy Romanian cuisine! If you were to understand what a Romanian typically likes to eat, you would need to think of the taste of hot bread from the oven, with a piece of smoked bacon and an onion, washed down later with a glass of palinca (home made plum brandy).


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