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


Full Day Tour: Bucharest – Sinaia

In the morning, we drive by the well-known oil fields of Ploiești to Sinaia. Here, we visit the monastery with the same name and we admire its valuable frescoes. Then, we visit the Peleș Palace, the summer residence of the Romanian royal family, a modern palace built at the end at the 19th century and the main attraction in Sinaia. Its generously furnished rooms host among others a fresco by Gustav Klimt. In the afternoon, we go to Azuga to visit the Rhein wine cellar, believed to be the oldest location in Romania where sparkling wine has continuously been made using the traditional method. After we visit the cellar and enjoy the sparkling wine tasting, we drive back to Bucharest.


Full Day Tour: Bucharest und Surroundings

Today, we explore the wonderful cultural sites around Bucharest. Mogoșoaia Palace is located in a park on the shore of Mogoșoaia Lake. Prince of Wallachia Constantin Brâncoveanu had this castle built in 1702 in an architectural style that combines Venetian and Oriental elements, which later became known as Brâncoveanu style. It was initially a place of residence; today, it is one of the most magnificent secular buildings in Wallachia. In Snagov, we travel by boat to a small church where Vlad Țepeș is allegedly buried. Cernica Monastery (16th century), located on a small peninsula on a lake, is our final stop. After visiting the monastery, we drive back to Bucharest.


Full Day Tour: Bucharest – Curtea de Argeș – Târgoviște
Today, we visit the former capital of Wallachia, Curtea de Argeș, located in the heart of the Carpathians. Here, among episcopal churches and royal churches, we find two of the most important Romanian churches. The construction of the first church in the 14th century reflects Constantinople and its image; the fabulous frescoes date back from the time of the final Byzantine ‘Renaissance’. The beautiful counterpart is the Episcopal Church. Filled with lavish grey-gold-green decorations, the church paintings establish a connection between the stories from One Thousand and One Arabian Nights and the Bible stories. So, it comes as no surprise that Paul of Aleppo considered this church the eighth wonder of the world. Our next stop is Târgoviște, one of the most important cities in the history of Wallachia and its capital between the early 15th century and the 16th century. After a walk in the city center, we drive back to Bucharest.


Included services:

– All entry fees;

– Transport with bus according to the program;

– English speaking tour guide;