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The Medieval City of Brasov tour is the most convenient way to visit one of the largest and most cherished cities in Romania.
Being surrounded by the mountains (the perfect place for a medieval settlement), Brasov has one of the best-preserved old towns in Europe. This city provides a mix of fantastic mountain scenery in the nearby resort of Poiana Brasov and medieval history with German influences in the old town.
Peles Castle (the summer Royal residence), Cantacuzino Castle, and Bran (Dracula”s) Castle are other exciting attractions you will have the chance to visit on this tour.
Private tour by AC car/minivan
329 Euros per person/ages 7+
329 Euros per person/ages 7+
Tuesday – Sunday
Pickup & Drop-off at your address in Bucharest
English (other languages available on request)
We will pick you up from your hotel around 08:00 am and head to Sinaia, also known as “The Pearl of the Carpathians.”
Sinaia is a beautiful mountain resort in the Carpathian mountains at 800 meters altitude. Here you will visit Sinaia Monastery (with the old and the new church) and Peles Castle, built by the first King of Romania, Carol I, to be a summer Royal residence. The castle has an impressive architectural style. It was a very modern construction (for that time), being the first castle in Europe having electric power.
From Sinaia, we go to Brasov City Romania, an old medieval citadel, first documented in 1235, the most important commercial center from all the seven German Medieval Cities of Transylvania (Siebenbuergen). We will visit the Old Town (the Historical Centre), followed by dinner & accommodation.
After breakfast, we will leave behind the colorful Brasov City and we will visit the famous Bran Castle located in the small village of Bran and known as Dracula’s Castle. Bran castle was initially built as a military fortress at the end of the 14th century to defend Transylvania and Wallachia’s border. It became worldwide famous after being associated with “Dracula,” the novel by Bram Stoker.
We will take advantage of Bran’s beauty and picturesque mountain landscapes to have lunch in a beautiful local restaurant.
Our next stop is at Cantacuzino Castle. Located in the mountain resort Busteni, in an idyllic natural setting, the castle was built in Neo-Romanian style and inaugurated in 1911 at Prince Cantacuzino’s wish. Prince Grigore Cantacuzino was also known as “the Nabob”-prime minister of Romania between 1899-1900 and 1904-1907. The castle is surrounded by a park whose alleys take you to the cave, cascades, and fountains.
At the end of the day, we will return to Bucharest.
Of course, you can cancel at least one day before departure.
Yes, the single supplement is 30 Euro.
In Romania, cash payments in RON (Romanian Lei) are accepted everywhere. You can also pay cash in Euro or USD for travel services only (hotels, transfers, etc). Most of the shops and restaurants accept international cards.