Tourism Operation Licence no. 3854 / 2010
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Two days tour to the major attractions in Brasov region
This cultural tour is planned for two days of visiting some of the Romanian tourism highlights. The first day will be spend in the city of Brasov and visiting the Bran castle and the second day we will have the chance to see the fortified church of Prejmer and of course the unique royal castle of Peles.
view over the Black Church in Brasov

Situated in the heart of the country, at only two hours driving from Bucharest, Brasov is a unique place offering many attractions for tourists. The city founded by the Saxons, who colonized Transylvania in the 12-13th centuries. Here we will visit the old center, where you'll admire the beautiful buildings such as the astonishing Black Church which was built in Gothic and Renaissance style. Initially known as St. Mary's Church, the building was partly destroyed after the great fire in 1689. Built around 1380, the Black Church is the most representative gothic art monument in Romania. If we are lucky enough, definatelly won't miss the weekly organ concert performed here on the largest organ in South-east Europe.
On the same first day we will visit as well:
- the St. Bartolomeu Church, the oldest historical monument in Brasov. Built in 1223, St. Nicolae Church, by its impressive size, dominates the oldest part of the city - Scheii Brasovului;
- The old city hall: initially built as a watch tower, once the city has developed the building was turned into the city hall. Starting with 1420, when the building was renovated, the local council meetings and all the trials were held here. Nowadays the building hosts the History Museum of Brasov.
- while in Brasov, definatelly won't miss the narrowest street in Romania, the Rope Street!
In the afternoon we will drive towards Bran Castle. In addition to its unique architecture, the castle is famous because of persistent myths that it was once the home of Vlad the Impaler. Commonly known as Dracula's Castle, the Bran Castle was originally a stronghold built by the Knights of Teutonic Order in 1212. The first documentary attestation of it is the act issued on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilage to build the Citadel. The building started in 1378 as a defense against Turks and later became a customs post on the pass between Transylvania and Wallachia.

Prejmer fortified church

On the second day we'll visit Prejmer fortified church. It is the biggest of this kind in the Southeastern Europe being built in the 13th century by Germans settled in Transylvania.
The fortress, in circle shape, had walls thick by 3-4 m and 12 m in height, fire holes bastions, iron gates, deep moats and lifting bridges. The citadel of Prejmer was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1999.
From here we'll head towards Sinaia city, following the beautiful Prahova Valley. You will have an astonishing view over the Bucegi Mountain, especially over the craggy Caraiman Massive with its Heroes' Cross built in the memory of the soldieries who died in the First World War. In Sinaia we will visit Peles Castle, the most beautiful castle in Romania, residence of the former royal family. Peles Castle is a romantic castle built between 1873 and 1883, and is considered by some to be the most beautiful of its kind in Europe.

Join us for a wonderful two days tour of visiting some of the Romanian tourism highlights!

Tour information:
- duration - two day trip; flexible according to the cultural events in Brasov or Sinaia;
- validity - thoughout the year;
- minimum persons required - 2.
- transport - the tour is planed to start from Brasov, but on request, returning can be done through Sighisoara or Cluj;

- 144 euros / person for minimum 2 persons;
- 87 - 96 euros / person for 3 - 4 persons;
- 49 - 69 euros / person for 5 - 7 persons;
- 74 - 102 euros / person for 8 - 11persons;
- 58 - 68 euros / person for 12 - 14 persons;

Important: get 10 euros off the total price by being accommodated at Retro Hostel!

Note: the transfer to / from Brasov can be arranged if requested from Cluj, Sighisoara or Bucharest.

Prices includes:
- transfer and tour Brasov - Bran - Prejmer - Sinaia - Brasov, by car or minibus;
- English, German, Italian or Hungarian speaking guide;
- snack and refreshings, in the car;

Prices excludes:
- all the drinks during the way;
- accommodation, all the meals during the tour;
- entrance tickets throughout the day;
- personal expenses.

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