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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.


Public Tours:

NEW – 2 Days Tour: Rural Maramureș

On the first day, you will be driven over the Carpathian Mountains to arrive in the region of Maramureș. Here, we visit the tallest wooden church in Șurdești, before visiting a popular artist from the area. You will be served a traditional lunch consisting of local dishes from the area, and in the afternoon you will visit the Merry Cemetery in Săpânța. Your day will conclude with an overnight stay in a 3-star guesthouse in the countryside.

On the second day you will embark on a breathtaking tour on a steam train. You will wind along the secluded, meandering Vaser Valley. At the final destination, you will be invited to a barbecue lunch. In the afternoon you will visit the wooden church of Bogdan Voda, before being driven back to Cluj.

From 140 Euro/person to 300 Euro/Person, depending on group size – including tour guide, transportation, entry fees for the program above, accommodation with breakfast, 2 lunches.

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Full Day Tour: The Dracula Tour

The medieval town center of Sighișoara is very well preserved (UNESCO World Heritage Site). We walk through the citadel and visit, among others, the emblem of the town, the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill, the Citadel, the fortified walls and towers of the town and also the birthplace of the Wallachian leader Vlad Dracul, who later became known as Count Dracula in Gothic literature and film. Here, we also enjoy a shot of local plum brandy. In the afternoon, we drive across Transylvania towards Bran Castle, also known as the ‘Dracula Castle’. The impressive fortification dates back to the 14th century and has a lot of stories to tell, some related to the myth of Dracula, but some also related to the the Romanian royal family.  Drive back to Cluj-Napoca.

90 Euros/person on Sundays – including tour guide, transportation, entry fees, and a shot of plum brandy.

Special Dates 06.10.2019 // 07.10.2019 // 12.10.2019: 90 Euro/Person starting from 1 paying guest.

The tour is also available on other weekdays but subjected to different pricing.

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Full Day Tour: Sibiu – Cultural Capital of Europe in 2007

Drive southwards on the former roman road to Sibiu. During our city tour we see the Evangelical Church, the Council Tower, the Large and the Small Square, the Liars’ Bridge, the Peasants’ Market, etc. In the afternoon we drive to the small village of Sibiel. Here, we are invited to a traditional lunch at a farmer’s house. Later, we visit the most important glass icon museum in Romania. Drive back to Cluj-Napoca.

65 Euro/person on Saturdays – including including tour guide, transportation, entry fees, and lunch.

The tour is also available on other weekdays but subjected to different pricing.

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Full Day Tour: Sighișoara and Biertan – UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in Transylvania

We drive through the Transylvanian highlands  towards Sighișoara. The medieval town center of Sighișoara is very well preserved (UNESCO World Heritage Site). We walk through the citadel and visit among others the emblem of the town, the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill, the Citadel, the fortified walls and towers of the city and also the birthplace of the Wallachian leader Vlad Dracul, who later became known as Count Dracula in Gothic literature and film. In the afternoon, we drive to the Biertan, a small village in a secluded Transylvanian valley. Here, we have a traditional menu in a local restaurant. Afterwards, we visit the imposing fortified church in Biertan (also belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage Site). Return drive to Cluj-Napoca.

65Euro/Person on Saturdays – including including including tour guide, transportation, entry fees, and lunch.

Special Date 28.09.2019: Book now and receive 15 Euro/Person cashback during the tour.

The tour is also available on other weekdays but subjected to different pricing.

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Full Day Tour: Turda Salt Mine – Rimetea

Turda was once the most important economic center in this region. Salt, also known as ‘white gold’, has been extracted from the Turda salt mine since the Roman Age. This mine, dating from the 17th century, was a decisive factor in the development of this town from Roman times until today and is now a veritable history museum of salt mining. We spend the afternoon in the Transylvanian western mountains in Rimetea. The chalk white houses and the harmonious structure of the village earned it several distinctions; for instance, it was named ‘The most beautiful village in Transylvania’ and received the ‘Europa Nostra Peris’ award. We hike around 1 hour to the ruins of the Colțesti fortress, giving us an impressive view of the valley. Here, at the foot of Székelykõ rock, we enjoy a typically Hungarian dinner. In the evening, we drive back to Cluj-Napoca.

60Euro/person on Sundays – including including including tour guide, transportation, entry fees, and dinner.

The tour is also available on other weekdays but subjected to different pricing.

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Private Tours, available on request:

Full Day Tour: Bonțida – Gherla – Nicula – Sik

The Banffy Castle in Bonțida is gradually regaining its former beauty. The castle was the property of the Banffy family for centuries. Today, it is a historic building under protection and, thanks to the donations made by Prince Charles of Wales and several other international organizations, the castle has regained its splendour.
Gherla, formerly known as Armenopolis, is one of the three Transylvanian cities founded by Armenians. Here, we visit the Armenian Catholic Church, whose altar was painted by Rubens. We spend the afternoon visiting the Nicula Monastery. The monastery is a well-known pilgrimage site and it has a miraculous icon of the Mother of God. Afterwards, we visit the Hungarian village of Sik/Szek. The women here still wear often dark red clothes in memory of the people who died during the last Mongol invasion in 1717.

Full Day Tour: Aiud – Alba Iulia – Sebeș – Câlnic

In Aiud, we visit one of the oldest fortified churches in Transylvania. Then, we go to Alba Iulia to see an outstanding castle in the Vauban style. The Orthodox Cathedral is located near a 1000-year-old Catholic cathedral.
In Sebeș, we see the Evangelical Parish Church that has a remarkable altar created by the famous artist Veit Stoss. Then, we visit Câlnic – a rare castle belonging to a count and dating back to the 12th century. Return to Cluj-Napoca.

Full Day Tour: Cluj-Napoca

We spend the day visiting Cluj-Napoca. We see the former Dominican monastery, Matthew Corvin’s birthplace, St. Michael’s Church, and the former city hall. In the Banffy Palace, we admire paintings made by Romanian and German artists. The main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University is a symbol for this city that has around 100,000 students. We also visit the Orthodox Church and the world’s third largest Botanical Garden. The open-air museum of Transylvanian traditions is our next stop. In the evening, we enjoy an organ concert.


Included services:

– All entry fees;

– Transport with bus according to the program;

– English speaking tour guide;