We start with an early pick-up and drive towards Transylvania and the charming town of Sibiu. We stop at Curtea de Arges monastery, Vidraru Dam and Balea Lake which is the highest point of the road. In the afternoon we arrive in Sibiu. Here we discover the `eyes of Sibiu` and hear the story of the `Bridge of Lies`. The tour also includes the Council Tower, the Big and Small Squares, Huet Square, the Lutheran and Catholic Churches. Overnight in Sibiu.
Between the 1st of July and the 31st of October the tour goes via Transfagarasan highway – the famous road declared to be `one of the best in the world` by TV show Top Gear.
On our way to Sighisoara UNESCO heritage site we stop to visit the fortified churches in Biertan, also a UNESCO heritage site and Malancrav. Once in Sighisoara we walk the cobbled streets filled with colored story-like house. The tour includes the Clock Tower, the Venetian House, the Stag House and the Dracula house – the birthplace of Vlad the Impaller. The Student Stairs and the Church on the Hill are also a must see. In the afternoon we leave Sighisoara for Brasov. Overnight in Brasov.
On our last day of the Transylvania 3 days tour we visit Romania’s most famous castles: Bran Castle aka Dracula’s Den. Dark chambers, secret staires, legends and stories make this 500 year old Gothic castle a bucket list destination. After Bran we stop at the farytale castle of Peles in Sinaia. This castle is so finely decorated that it is considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. From Peles we return to Bucharest with drop off at your accommodation/ airport/trainstation.
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Not included: photo tax, other entrances besides the ones stated above, meals other than the ones mentioned above
Availability: all year round*
*The Transfagarasan road is not open between the 1st of November and the 30th of June so route from Bucharest to Sibiu is via the Olt Valley.
Distance: aprox. 700km