!!!Offer available only between 01 July and 31 Oct!!!
Tour starts with private pick-up from your hotel.
At 8:00 a.m. we will start our journey towards the Fagaras Mountains, some of the most massive and beautiful mountains in Romania, also named the Transylvanian Alps.
Our first stop will be in the town named Curtea de Arges, at the bottom of the Fagaras Mountains, where we will visit one of the most remarkable monasteries in Romania.
Due to its beautiful and original architecture and also to its huge historical and cultural importance, this monastery attracts every year thousands of tourists and pilgrims.
Now we continue our tour to the northern regions of Arges Country and step into the marvelous landscape of the mountains.
Here we make a new stop at the foot of the Poenari Citadel, a stronghold that became famous thanks to Dracula’s Legend.
After a short stop, we enter Romania’s most beautiful road, named by Top Gear “the best road in the world”, the Transfagarasan, second-highest road in Romania.
The road reaches his highest point of 2034 m at the Balea Lake, after passing through Romania’s longest road tunnel, the Capra Tunnel.
Here we will have an hour and a half break to enjoy the beauty of this place. We have numerous possibilities:
- Cable car trip between Balea Lake and Balea Waterfall
- Lunch in one of the chalets or picnic
- Hike around this beautiful area
With our batteries full charged we will now drive back to Bucharest, spending the last few hours together in an enjoyable environment, discussing about what we saw, watching the photos and listening to rewarding music.
|Group Size||Price EURO|
|2 – 5 persons||150 EUR/ person|
|6 – 20 persons||120 EUR/ person|
Included in the price:
- Transport with bus/ minivan/ car with Air Conditioning
- Licensed English/ German / French speaking guide
- Private pick up and drop-off at your hotel in Bucharest!
- All parking and road fees
- Guided tours by all sights
Not included in the price:
Meeting point: pick-up from your hotel in Bucharest
Itinerary for the tour: