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Travel to Romania and immerse yourself in the legends of Eastern Europe. Let yourself be captivated by Sighisoara, a medieval citadel declared a World Heritage Site. Explore the Red Lake in Bicaz and dare to enter Dracula's Castle in Transylvania. Discover Sinaia, known as the "Pearl of the Carpathians" and fall in love with Bucharest and its Austrian-Hungarian legacy.
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Arrive at your UK departure airport, ready for a flight to Bucharest. Arrive at Bucharest and transfer to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure, discovering the energetic nightlife or the communist-era architecture. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, depart towards Curtea de Arges, the former capital of Wallachia which sits on the banks of the Arges River. Visit the Episcopal Church where the Romanian Kings are buried. Drive along the picturesque Olt Valley to Sibiu, one of the oldest cities in Transylvania - formerly Hermannstadt - founded by Saxon colonists. Take a walking tour of the medieval town. Depart to Sibiel a village which was awarded the prize “Pomme d’Or”. Visit the Museum of Icons on Glass which houses the largest existing exposition of icons on glass in Transylvania. Transfer to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay in Sibiel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Set off towards Sighisoara, the birthplace of the infamous Vlad the Impaler. En route, visit the fortified Church at Biertan, one of the most beautiful buildings in Romania, built in a Gothic and Renaissance style. Arrive in Sighisoara and discover the medieval Citadel awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Lunch in Sighisoara. Continue towards Targu Mures, and take a walking tour through the elegant city centre, well known for its architecture. Drive on to Bistrita and one of the 7 medieval cities in Transylvania and the place where Jonathan Harker, Bram Stoker’s hero, spent the night before arriving at Dracula’s Castle. Dinner and overnight stay in Bistrita.
Breakfast at the hotel. Set off for Bucovina, home to unique painted monasteries and sites of UNESCO World Heritage. After crossing the land of Dracula arrive at Campulung Moldovenesc and visit the Wooden Art Museum. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the Moldovita Monastery a true treasure of medieval art. Visit the fantastic artist Lucia Condrea’s workshop, who creates magnificently intricate painted eggs before discovering the village of Vatra Moldovitei, with its traditional small houses, old steam train and unspoiled nature. Dinner and overnight stay in the area.
After breakfast set off to discover the jewels of Bucovina. Visit the Voronet Monastery, one of the most unmissable sights in the region and known as “the Sistine Chapel of the East”. Continue through Moldavian villages, dotted with traditional houses. Arrive at the Village of Tarpesti, the home of the delightful “Neculai Popa” Museum and visit the monasteries of Varatec and Agapia. Lunch at a local guesthouse. In the afternoon, cross the fabulous Bicaz Gorges on foot before arriving at Lacu Rosu, the Red Lake. Check-in at the hotel and enjoy a traditional dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Head towards Brasov, driving through the Eastern Carpathians. Stop at Prejmer to visit the fortified church, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon head to Bran and visit the famous Dracula Castle, built as a defence fortress for the citizens of Brasov in 1377. Arrive in Brasov, founded by the Saxon colonists, and the Southern gateway into Transylvania. Take a walking tour through the old town centre, and discover the Black Church – the biggest Gothic church in this part of Europe. Dinner and overnight stay in Brasov.
After breakfast, cross the Carpathians towards Sinaia, one of the most beautiful mountain resorts, knowne as The Pearl of the Carpathians. Visit the fabulous Peles Castle, an exquisite piece of architecture and one of the most spectacular castles in Europe. Lunch in Bucharest. Arrive in Bucharest and take a tour of this the city of contrasts between the old and the new, with its large boulevards and magnificent buildings such as the Romanian Athenaeum and the Patriarchal Church. Visit the Houses of Parliament, built between 1984 and 1989 and the largest building in Europe and the second largest in the world after the Pentagon! Check-in at the hotel and enjoy a relaxing evening walking tour in the Old City centre. Enjoy a final dinner at a charming Romanian Brassiere and overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the airport for the flight back to the UK. Arrival in UK and end of your trip.
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