Private Tour 6 Days Transylvania – Spectacular Places

Private trip 6 days transylvania
6 days private trip transylvania, wallahia

Welcome to Private Tour 6 Days Transylvania – departure and return to Bucharest in a comfortable private car!
Meeting Point: Pick Up from your Hotel
Departure Time: 9:00
For relaxation it’s un excellent choise to spend 6 days in Transylvania! It’s private tour, we can add or change some tourist attraction if you prefer, but here is what we design for you:
Day 1
1. Snagov Monastery (the Tomb of Dracula)
2. Peles Castle
3. Sinaia Monastery
4. Overnight in Brasov Hotel **** (Centrally located)

Day 2
1. Brasov City Tour
2. Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle)
3. Rupea Fortress
4. Overnight in Sighisoara **** (Centrally located)

Day 3
1. Sighisoara City Tour
2. Biertan Fortified Church
3. Alba Iulia City Tour
4. Overnight in Alba Iulia **** (Centrally located)

Day 4
1. Densus Temple
2. Sarmisegetusa Regia
3. Huniade Castle (Corvin Castle)
4. Overnight in Alba Iulia **** (Centrally located)

Day 5
1. Cluj Napoca City Tour
2. Turda Salt Mine
3. Turda Gorge
4. Overnight in Sibiu **** (Centrally located)

Day 6
1. Sibiu City Tour
2. Transfagarasan Road (July-October) or Calimanesti Natural Springs and Cozia Monastery
3. Poienari Fortress
4. Vidraru Dam
5. Return to Bucharest

Day 1

1. Snagov Monastery (the Tomb of Dracula)

In this private tour you will discover the highly controversial story about the death of Vlad Tepes tells us that a group of monks were able to secretly bring the ruler’s earthly remains to Snagov Monastery and bury them in front of the altar to be sanctified.

2. Peles Castle

If have decided to write your memoirs or you want to brag about having seen the most beautiful castles in Europe, the Romanian royal family’s summer residence is, by far, one of the most important tourist attractions in Romania and in Europe, and you will soon understand why.

3. Sinaia Monastery

Any trip to Romania and any vacation in Romania should include Sinaia Monastery, as one of the many Romanian tourist attractions with great spiritual and historical value. The monastery is located in the city with the same name, only 500 m away from Peles Castle and fairly close to Bucharest.
The orthodox establishment is over 300 years old and it is called as “the Cathedral of the Carpathians” due to its positioning in the most beautiful mountain resort in Romania surrounded by a stunning mountain scenery. It was also the first construction in this territory, founded by Prince (Spatarul) Mihai Cantacuzino. He decided to erect the house of worship following a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, with its name inspired by Mount Sinai.

4. Overnight in Brasov – Hotel **** (Centrally located)

Day 2

2. Brasov City Center

Are you looking for a different urban experience through which you can explore history, culture, and rediscover the beauty of nature, all at the same time? The city of Brasov is the ideal destination for lovers of history, music and culture, adventure, good food, winter sports, hunting, hiking, and even romance. It is the quintessential mountain adventure.
In Brasov we will have a small brake, perfect for exploring a little bit the Old Town and you have enough tine for lunch. 90 minute break in Brasov City!

3. Bran / Dracula’s Castle

You are in Romania, Transylvania region so…we pay a visit to Dracula ☺
Once you see it in person, you will understand why this castle is a symbol of Romanian tourism and why it is the most visited tourist attraction in Romania, so come and join the group!

4. Overnight in Sighisoara Citadel – Hotel *** (Centrally located)

We arrive in the late afternoon in a superb location: Sighisoara Citadel part of UNESCO heritage. Here we check-in in nice hotel and you can enjoy by yourself a fairytale evening.

Day 3

1. Sighisoara City Tour

We start the morning with a tour of Sighisoara Old Town and we’ll have the chance to visit Clock Tower, and Arms museum. If you want to go back in time and catch a glimpse of what life was like in the Middle Ages, you absolutely have to visit Sighisoara, Romania’s medieval town, and Count Dracula’s (actually, Vlad the Impaler) place of birth.
Built in 1280, the Sighisoara Citadel is not just one of the most visited tourist attractions in Romania, it is a living, breathing medieval fortress, since it has remained inhabited for over 700 years – which is quite rare.

2. Biertan Fortified Church

The Biertan Fortified Church, a historical monument of breathtaking beauty, was one of the first Transylvanian Saxon settlements in Ardeal, and today it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hundreds of tourists come here every year, and coming here you too will find out what makes this place special.
Located in a small town that dates back to 1224, the church impresses through its stunning scenery and particular construction – built on a hillock in the center of town, surrounded by three defensive walls and 7 bastions.

3. Alba Iulia City Tour

The city of Alba-Iulia, located in Central Romania is the site of an old Vauban-style fortress, considered impossible to conquer due to the 7-corner star model designed by the great French engineer, veteran, and architect Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban.
The Alba Carolina citadel, an important destination on our Castles of Romania tour, is surrounded by three lines of fortification and its remarkable architecture make it one of the most representative fortresses in Romania; it is also one of the largest of its kind in Eastern Europe.

4. Overnight in Sibiu – Hotel *** (Centrally located)

< Day 4

1. Densus Temple

The next architectural piece is one of the oldest orthodox churches in Romania, this historical monument was built on top of the ruins of a building dating back to the 4th century, and it was constructed in several stages, the final changes having been made in the 13th century. You will marvel at the mixture of styles, which have blended over the centuries in this ancient “temple”, having also been proposed to join the UNESCO Heritage list of historical sites.
Nicolae Iorga, the greatest Romanian historian, has deemed the Saint Nicolae Church in Densus “unparalleled in the entire Romanian tradition”.
Here you can admire mural paintings dating back to 1443, inside an ingenious construction which has striven to preserve its history throughout each stage.

2. Sarmisegetusa Regia

Did you know that Sarmisegetusa Regia was the capital of the Dacian Kingdom?
Many tourists from around the world visit Sarmisegetuza Regia to recharge and reconnect with history, as this used to be an important military, political, and religious center of the Dacians, our brave and wise ancestors and one of the oldest civilizations in Europe.

3. Huniade Castle (Corvin Castle)

A spectacular medieval castle in Transylvania is Huniade Castle!
This private trip to Romania gives you the opportunity to get a taste of what medieval life was like in Romania in the time of knighthood, castles and fortresses with a visit to The Corvin/Hunyadi Castle, one of the top 10 most beautiful gothic castles in the world.
This architectural masterpiece is one of the largest castles in Europe and one of the seven wonders of Romania, and it has served a double purpose since the 15th century. After a devastating fire, the castle underwent extensive restoration and is now open to the public as a museum.
4. Overnight in Alba Iulia **** (Centrally located)

< Day 5

1. Cluj Napoca City Tour

If you pass through Transylvania during your trip to Romania, a Cluj Napoca City Tour should definitely be on your itinerary. Get your camera ready, because the Old City Center features a number of unique historical and architectural monuments, Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic-style buildings, the oldest of which date back to the 17th century, as well as friendly and welcoming people.

2. Turda Salt Mine

If you have the chance to take spend your vacation in Romania, it would be a shame to not venture into one of its most beautiful places, the Turda Salt Mine.
This place is a feast for the eyes and the body, as your lungs will be very grateful for the purifying saline air, beneficial especially for those with respiratory problems, such as allergies or asthma.
You will discover vestiges of Roman heritage, as salt mining in the area goes back thousands of years. You will get the chance to see the former Iosif, Terezia, and Rudolf mines, and medieval salt exploitation machinery unique in Europe – the hardware, the crivac (or gepel), the salt mill, as well as an altar carved in the salt wall and the “Stairway of the Rich”, with its intricate woodwork.

3. Turda Gorge

Now it’s time for a hiking trip ☺

4. Overnight in Sibiu **** (Centrally located)

Day 6

1. Sibiu City Tour

A city tour to help you understand why Sibiu was elected as the European Capital of Culture, it includes the Evangelical Cathedral, the Sibiu Old City Center and the town itself, which are among the most visited tourist attractions in Romania, because they cater to every taste and provide a wonderful travelling experience for even the pickiest of tourists.
If you love authentic cultural experiences, whether you are more romantic or more adventurous, here you will find everything you need to relax and enjoy yourself, leave the stress of your everyday life behind, and have a fun and memorable trip.

2. Transfagarasan Road

Did you know that one of the most spectacular roads in the world is Transfagarasan Highway?
The incredible view and stunning scenery that this paved mountain road offers is indescribable; even the video segment featured on Top Gear, deeming it the most beautiful road in the world, barely does it justice.

2. Calimanesti natural springs and Cozia Monastery

If you catch a tour of the Romanian monasteries and you reach the Cozia Monastery you will understand why thousands of tourists are eager to see it. Guarded for over 600 years, on one side by the Olt river, on the other by mount Cozia, the fortified walls of this ancient monastery that have protected us from invaders in the past seem to preserve the Garden of Eden, a place of mystery and mythical beauty…
From Calimanesti Spring you can treat you by liver problems only by drinking water from where Napoleon III use to drink ☺

3. Poienari Fortress

We buckle up and venture up the 1400 steps to reach the Poienari Citadel (the “real” Castle of Dracula) which was the place where Vlad the Impaler would retreat in the event of an Ottoman invasion. We stop to take pictures to bring home to our friends, knowing that they will make them a little jealous.

4. Vidraru Dam

The Vidraru Dam is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Romania, which draws in hundreds of thousands of tourists annually. A wonder of engineering, it offers a breathtaking view of the reservoir lake built on Arges River.

5. Return to Bucharest

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