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City Tours

The city is mentioned for the first time in 1173. The region was sought-after even back then, as gold and silver were found here. The Hungarian kings called upon the Saxon settlers to help them defend Transylvania. Thus, the city developed a German-Hungarian personality. More…

 


Local Tours

Our offer for Cluj-Napoca and its surroundings includes trips, hikes, city tours, bicycle tours, special offers, rent-a-car & rent-a-bike from/to Cluj-Napoca. Easy to book and flexible conditions! Please find below our program offer and all the details for planning this trip. More…

 


Transylvania Round Trip

Transylvania (Latin for “the land beyond the forest”) is the Romanian region with the most significant cultural diversity. A breathtaking scenery enhances the beauty of this region. There are plenty of tourist attractions, from the well-known Dracula’s Castle to the medieval cities (Cluj, Sibiu, Brașov) and the fortified Saxon churches. More…

 


Maramureș and Bukovina

Maramureș – located in the north-western part of the country – is Romania’s most pristine region due to its many customs and traces of a unique wood architecture and to the fact that traditional lifestyles are still predominant. More…


The Szekely Region in Transylvania

The Székely or Szekler people are a Hungarian-speaking ethnic subgroup of the Hungarian nation. Their origin has been much debated. It is, however, now generally accepted that they are either Hungarians or the descendants of a Magyarized Turkic peoples, transplanted there to guard the border, their name meaning simply ‘border guards’. By the 11th century, they had adopted the Hungarian language. More…


Trip to the Moldavian Monasteries

Bukovina, a small but beautiful region, with a charming landscape, wonderful mountains and forests, is considered to be the cradle of the Romanian Orthodoxy.  The monasteries are adorned with rich fresco-cycles that decorate the inner walls, but also the outside walls. Thus, the scenes create a vivid, imposing image of the Christianity at that time. More…