Walachia - Southern Romania

Some of Romania's best-known landmarks - including the gargantuan Parliament Palace, the fairytale Peles castle in Sinaia, Monastery Curtea de Arges and some of the works of Constantin Brancusi, the artist redefined sculpture, - are located in the southern part of the country, known since the Middle-Ages as Walachia.

  • This 4-day trip, to Walachia and southern Transylvania, visits places associated with Vlad Draculea (the Impaler) the Romanian prince who inspired author Bram Stoker's iconic character Count Dracula.

    • Starts in: Bucharest, Brasov or Sibiu
    • Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
    • Ends in: Bucharest, Brasov or Sibiu
    • From: 229 Euros / person
  • Drive two of Romania's most scenic roads as you make your way towards some of the country's most unique areas.

    • Starts in: Bucharest or Brasov
    • Duration: 3 days / 2 nights
    • Ends in: Bucharest or Brasov
    • From: 149 Euros
  • This 3-day trip, to southern Transylvania, visits places associated with Vlad Draculea ("the Impaler") the Romanian prince who inspired author Bram Stoker's iconic character Count Dracula.

    • Starts in: Bucharest, Brasov or Sibiu
    • Duration: 3 days / 2 nights
    • Ends in: Bucharest, Brasov or Sibiu
    • From: 229 Euros / person
  • A half-day tour of Bucharest's Jewish Heritage sites

    • Starts in: Bucharest
    • Duration: five hours
    • Ends in: Bucharest
    • From: 29 Euros / participant
  • This three-days / two-nights Bucharest Visit package will give you the opportunity to discover of Romania's capital city unique mix of architectural styles, its museums, gastronomy and life-style.

    • Starts in: Bucharest
    • Duration: 3 days / 2 nights
    • Ends in: Bucharest
    • From: 82 Euros / person