Featuring impressive routes across the Carpathian Mountains, royal residences, fortified churches, scenic rolling hills, UNESCO-listed painted monasteries and a sailing trip down the Danube not far from the Black Sea...
Upon leaving Bucharest, in just two hours of driving you will reach the amazing and exotic Carpathian Mountains. The sheer rocks and impressive slender peaks provided a perfect shelter for Peles Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in the world. Cross the mountains into Transylvania and you’ll go back in time.
With a little bit of everything in the countries around (and not only, if we are to also consider Germany, Russia and Turkey), Romania is so heterogeneous that one can come back over and over again to discover new places and meet new faces. Therefore take this tour as a teaser, as a taste of the country as a whole and then come back to explore in more detail. Start in Bucharest...
Start up in heterogeneous Bukovina, nested in the wooden Eastern Carpathians, with its fine rural architecture and world famous painted monasteries. Cross the mountains following an impressive route up the Bicaz Gorges and cross rolling hill upon rolling hill...
Untouched, extensive forests. A mysterious blue prevailing in UNESCO-listed monastery frescoes. Ancient black pottery techniques. Mouth-watering dishes and spit-fire shots. Egg painting. Crazy dances and a captivating vibe.
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