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Day Tours from Bucharest

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. SINAIA, BRAN & BRASOV 1 DAY TOUR1-Day Private Tour to Peles Castle, Bran Castle & Brasov
This day-tour includes essential Romanian landmarks, the Peles Castle in Sinaia, emblematic of the Romanian royalty, the fascinating Bran Castle and the fine medieval city of Brasov, all of them in the scenic natural setting of the Carpathian Mountains.
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1-Day Tour Poienari Citadel1-Day Private Trip to Poenari Citadel – in the footsteps of real Dracula: Vlad the Impaler
A close and exciting encounter with history through this day tour whose main destination is Poenari Citadel, the secluded refuge of the real Dracula, the Romanian prince and hero Vlad the Impaler. This private tour is a comfortable way to get to the otherwise difficult to reach site of Poenari, located on Transfagarasan Road in the Carpathian Mountains.
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1-DAY PRIVATE WINE TOUR TO DEALU MARE FROM BUCHAREST1-Day Private Wine Tour to Dealu Mare Wine Region from Bucharest
Dealu Mare region in Prahova County is one of the major wine regions in Romania, considered ‘the homeland of Romanian red wine’. It lies along the southern foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, 100 km north of Bucharest, about two hours drive.
Many villages in the area are renowned for their vineyards and gave names to famous Romanian wines, such as Valea Calugareasca, Calugareni, Tohani or Pietroasele. Discover Feteasca Neagra, a local red wine unique to the region, made of a local grape variety.
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1-DAY TOUR CONSTANTA BLACK SEA COAST1-Day Private Tour Constanta & the Black Sea Coast
Private day tour to Constanta, Romania’s largest port at the Black Sea and one of the most important cities. Modern day Constanta is the ancient city of Tomis, with a history going back to 600 BC when it was founded by the Greek colonists. It is worth visiting Constanta for the archaeological treasures, the seafront promenade and the unique atmosphere of a wind-swept city on the coast of the sea, bearing traces of ancient civilizations and diverse cultures.
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