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Short tours in Romania from Bucharest

All the suggested tours below are private tours, so your chosen tour can be scheduled at your convenient date, depending on my availability, and you will enjoy your personal tour guide and private car.

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peles-castle-bran-castle-brasov-transylvania-bran-pass-northern-wallachia-2-day-tour2-Day Private Tour from Bucharest: Peles & Bran Castles, Brasov, Rasnov Citadel, Carpathian Mountains  
I warmly invite you to this excellent 2-day tour that features top Romanian attractions, such as Peles Castle, Bran Castle, the Transylvanian medieval town of Brasov, as well as Rasnov Peasant Citadel. In addition this tour takes in the beautiful mountain scenery of the Carpathians and Romanian rural countryside and village life.
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2 DAYS TRANSYLVANIA TOUR2-Day Transylvania Private Tour -A Glimpse of Transylvania 
We will first be heading to the Carpathian Mountains, two hours north of Bucharest, to discover world-famous castles, before crossing the mountains into Transylvania, “The Land Beyond the Forests”, a land of mystery, cultural richness and natural beauty. Step back in time in Viscri, a village preserved intact, situated in one of the most solitary regions of southern Transylvania.
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Danube Delta Black Sea Coast 2 day private tourThe Danube Delta & Black Sea Coast 2-Day Private Tour
Explore the Danube Delta, Europe’s most significant and best preserved delta, considered a bird’s paradise. The Danube Delta is a delight for bird-watching, fishing, photographers and nature lovers. The next day discover the port city of Constanta on the Black Sea coast.
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…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..Vlad The Impaler Dracula 2-Day Dracula Tour: On the Footsteps of Vlad the Impaler, the Historical Dracula
This is not a sensational pursuit of a vampire, but a historical tour about both the legendary and the true figure of Vlad III Dracula, the 15th century Voivode of Wallachia, one of the most original and fascinating personalities of Romanian history. Vlad III Dracula was the direct descendant of the Basarab family, founders of the Principality of Wallachia – the southern part of present day Romania. The story unfolds as we move towards the Carpathian mountains…
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3-DAY TOUR TRANSYLVANIA3-Day Transylvania Private Tour -Legendary Transylvania
Transylvania is one of Romania’s most fascinating regions, a land of mystery, cultural richness and natural beauty. See the most popular destinations of Transylvania in this 3 days tour that includes Sighisoara, one of the last still inhabited medieval citadels in Europe, Sibiu, European Cultural Capital in 2007, and more! Top Romanian attractions, Peles Castle of Sinaia and Bran Castle, are part of the tour.
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“I visited the Saxon Villages area of Transylvania and I was deeply impressed by the natural beauty and cultural richness of what I saw. The area represent a lost past for most of us – a past in which villages were intimately linked to their landscape. The culture, traditions, art and architecture of the Saxons of Transylvania are a truly remarkable survival […]”.  Prince Charles of Wales

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Did you know that some plants, once common all over Europe, can now be found only in a few areas of Transylvania?

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[Transylvania] is in the midst of the Carpathian mountains; one of the wildest and least known portions of Europe.” (Bram Stoker, “Dracula”)

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We are in Transylvania, and Transylvania is not England. Our ways are not your ways, and there shall be to you many strange things. (Count Dracula to Jonathan Harker)

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