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Romania is often looked over when it comes to European summer holidays, however, the fairytale country has a collection of folkloric castles, picturesque mountains and medieval towns. Discover Saxon churches, painted monasteries and even thatch huts. Explore Bran Castle, one of the castles that inspired Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”, and wonder at the medieval villages frozen in time, with gothic architecture and preserved interiors. There is also an ice hotel made purely from ice with stunning ice created interiors and cosy animal throws. In the summer, the bear sanctuary is a popular place to visit the black and brown bears as you have never seen them before.
Romania is both the eerie legend of Transylvania with Bran and Pelee Castles gathering mystery in the mountains, the stunning emerald lakes and untouched villages and cosmopolitan Bucharest. The mix of ancient culture, legends, nature and contemporary still leaves so much of Romania to be discovered.
The natural beauty of Romania lies in its stunning mountain ranges such as the Carpathian Mountains , the Danube Delta, the Black Sea and its lakes and forests such as Lake Balea, a mirror-like lake reflecting the green valleys that surround it and Lacul Albastru (the Blue Lake), which is blue-green but turns a azure blue colour when several people swim in it due to sulphides in the water.
The Peles Castle in Sinaia
Transylvania and Dracula’s Castle – Bran
Skiing in Brasov
Hike The Carpathian Mountains
Birdwatching at the Danube Delta
Mamaia and Constanta on the Black Sea
Cluj – Napoca
Painted Monasteries of Bucovina
Drive on the Transfăgărășan Highway
Curreny: Romanian leu
Touch history in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, as you sail along the exotic lower Danube.
With the river cruise tour Balkan Gems, you have a 8 day tour package taking you from Budapest to Giurgiu and through Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Budapest and several other destinations in Eastern Europe.
Natural wonders, medieval towns and Transylvania’s Gothic architecture characterise this journey through the Balkans. Spend three nights in Transylvania then enjoy your seven-night cruise along the Danube.
From the Bulgarian coast to the bustle of Budapest, follow the path of the Black Sea inland and soak up the very best of Eastern Europe on this incredible new cruise, from the unique natural environment of the Danube Delta and the engaging cities of Serbia and Bulgaria to the vast expanses and traditions of the Great Hungarian Plains.
Discover the treasures of the Balkans on this holiday that travels through Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania.
Beautiful villages and mesmerising scenery is what truly sets Romania apart from the rest; explore the fascinating culture and discover a whole new world on this truly unique Cox and Kings tour. You will visit Transylvania, Bucovina’s large monasteries and Saxon churches, as well as tour the haunting Bran Castle- home to Dracula himself! Wander around the castles and medieval towns and discover the true beauty of Romania- all in one week.
Discover the different regions of Romania and learn about their fascinating history and culture along the way. From the stunning landscapes of the Carpathian Mountains to the rural village of Botiza, where you’ll be hosted by a local family to learn their ancient crafts.
Explore the romantic lower Danube on a Budapest river cruise through the heart of Central Europe, where East and West meet and entertwine in fascinating cultures and turbulent history..
This remarkable voyage virtually links the North Sea to the Black Sea via the Danube, Main and Rhine rivers, taking you through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania.
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