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Transylvania Medieval Tour 7 days / 6 nights

Itinerary tour description

The starting point to your tour will most
likely be in the country's capital, Bucharest.
Often compared to be as a Little Paris, for its
beautiful wide tree lined boulevards, magnificent
architectural buildings and a reputation for the high life.
BUCHAREST

The city was first attested in the
13th century under the name Corona.
The current Romanian and Hungarian names
are derived from the Pecheneg word "barasu",
meaning "fortress".
BRASOV

Built by the Saxon colonists living in
Transylvania, who had to watch over
the frontiers of the Hungarian kingdom
in the 12th and 13th centuries, the fortress
gathered inside its walls: Saxon, Romanian
and Hungarian craftsmen.
SIGHISOARA

With an architectural patrimony which goes
over 80 ha, Sibiu is well considered to be
one the most beautiful and well preserved city
in Romania and Europe, and it is at the heart
of the former Saxon communities in Transylvania
renowned for its fortified churches
SIBIU

At 44 km far from Brasov, situated in Sinaia,
The Peles Castle is considered by many one
of the most beautiful castles in all Europe.
It was the final resting place for several
Romanian monarchs including King Carol I.
SINAIA

What you will see?
Click on the name of the region or over the itinerary map.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sighisoara
Built by the Saxon colonists living in
Transylvania, who had to watch over
the frontiers of the Hungarian kingdom
in the 12th and 13th centuries, the fortress
gathered inside its walls: Saxon, Romanian
and Hungarian craftsmen.
sighisoara_bl
 
Sibiu
With an architectural patrimony which goes
over 80 ha, Sibiu is well considered to be
one the most beautiful and well preserved city
in Romania and Europe, and it is at the heart
of the former Saxon communities in Transylvania
renowned for its fortified churches
sibiu_bl
Brasov
The city was first attested in the
13th century under the name Corona.
The current Romanian and Hungarian names
are derived from the Pecheneg word "barasu",
meaning "fortress".
brasov_bl
 
Sinaia
At 44 km far from Brasov, situated in Sinaia,
The Peles Castle is considered by many one
of the most beautiful castles in all Europe.
It was the final resting place for several
Romanian monarchs including King Carol I.
sinaia_bl
 
 
 
Bucharest
The starting point to your tour will most
likely be in the country's capital, Bucharest.
Often compared to be as a Little Paris, for its
beautiful wide tree lined boulevards, magnificent
architectural buildings and a reputation for the high life.
bucuresti_bl
* According with the time of arriving and departure, the itinerary may be adapted.
Romania

Here, you will find a mixed culture, a different world than has been seen before.

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