Private tours with local English speaking drivers are available at all destinations.
Sightseeing tours and excursions can be arranged with a pick up from the airport, or hotel.
Custom made tours based on individual preferences and budgets, once you e-mail us your request, we will do our best to create the perfect tour for you.

About Romania:


Natural and Cultural are the words that best capture the essence of Romania, a dynamic country rich in history, art and scenic beauty. Romania offers the traveler countless unique travel experiences waiting to be discovered.
A journey of just three to four hours by car, can take you from Bucharest to beautiful, intact medieval towns in Transylvania; from Bucharest - Romania's capital city - to the Danube Delta; from Southern Transylvania to Bucovina or to Maramures.
Take a step back in time as you enter one of the world’s famous painted monasteries in Bucovina, the Sighisoara citadel or a centuries-old village in Maramures.
Explore Romania's other architectural treasures and experience its vibrant and flourishing arts scene.

What travel guides say about Romania:


"… why should you go to Romania? The straight answer is because it is one of the most beautiful countries of Southeast Europe."
(The Blue Guide)

"Romania has majestic castles, medieval towns, great hiking and wildlife…"
(The Lonely Planet)

"Considered by many the most beautiful country in Eastern-Europe, Romania still claims regions that seem bastions of a medieval past long since lost elsewhere."
(Fodor's Eastern and Central Europe)

"Few regions offer a more dazzling display of cultural and artistic treasures than Romania."
(Smithsonian Journeys)


Our Private Tours

Day trip to Peles and Bran castle

Bucharest - Sinaia - Brasov - Bran - Bucharest

• escape to the cooler resort of Sinaia and see Peles castle
• visit the renowned Bran castle, famous as the castle of Dracula
• ride the cable car for a breathtaking view of Brasov

Dracula Myth and Reality 3 days

Bucharest - Targoviste - Curtea de Arges - Arefu villge - Poienari - Sighisoara - Brasov - Bran - Bucharest

• learn the true story behind the legend of Dracula
• visit a village where legends of Vlad the Impaler are still alive
• explore Bran castle and the ruins of Poineari Fortress
• dine by candlelight in the birthplace of Dracula


Discover Transilvania 3 days

Bucharest - Sinaia - Bran - Viscri - Biertan - Sighisoara - Sibiu - Sibiel - Bucharest

• enjoy nature in Sinaia and discover the refinement of the Romanian Royal family in Peles castle
• have a spectacular view of the World Heritage Citadel of Sighisoara from the clock tower
• taste the delicious Saxon dishes
• admire some of the most beautiful fortified churches of Transylvania
• stroll on streets of Sibiu, European City of Culture in 2007


Discover Romania 9 days

Bucharest - Sinaia - Brasov - Rasnov - Corund - Suceava - Moldovita - Humor - Voronet - Sucevita - Sighet - Baia Mare - Cluj - Sibiu - Bucharest

• marvel at the harmony of Word Heritage churches of North Moldova (Bucovina)
• visit a local farmhouse
• enjoy the unique music of Maramures and join in the dance
• see ancients crafts: weaving, milling just the old way
• take part to make a traditional cake in a remote village
• explore local life at a market

Bucharest City Tour

Starting Time: on your request (we recommend 10 AM)

Duration: 3-4 hours Half-Day Tour or 7-8 hours Full-Day Tour

Languages: english (other languages on request)

Short History


Bucharest is placed at 60 km away from the Danube, 125 km from the Carpathian Mountains and 260 km from the Black Sea. According to legend, a sheperd called Bucur, who built a settlement amid the Vlasia forest, founded Bucharest.
It was recorded as a nameless "citadel on the Dâmbovita" in 1368, and named as Bucharest in an edict from the time of Vlad the Impaler. Chosen to be the capital of the United Principality of Romania in 1859, Bucharest becomes the capital of Romania in 1862.
A walk in time, on the streets and boulevards of this beautiful town, by the end of the nineteenth century - under the vaults of the boarding trees, so pleasantly shady during the summer heat - will lead us through a town that is no more and which fully deserved its name.
We shall observe the French influence on some city squares with radical streets or we shall reach streets flooded with vegetation.
We shall admire monuments, and we shall try to make revive the atmosphere of the last century; we shall notice its changes and evolution (...) Today, Bucharest is experiencing renewed vigor.
The city always got the appreciation of the travelers because of its green spaces, its architecture and the kindness of its inhabitants.

The itinerary will include: Free Press Square – The Arch of Triumph – Calea Victoriei – The Military Club – Cotroceni Palace Museum – Revolution Square (Romanian Atheneum, Revolution’s Memorial) – The Palace of Parliament – Old Historical Center of Bucharest - Union Square– University Square – Victoriei Square – The Village Museum.

Service included:
The tour includes transport by premium car, guide services in english and does not include the lunch (aprox. 15 Euro/person), the entrance fees at the Parliament Palace (4 Euro/person), Cotroceni Palace (7 Euro) and the Village Museum (2 Euro/person).


Other Services


Conferences and Trade Fairs transfers, Sporting Events transfers,Private hire by the hour, as well as any other service that requires chauffeur and a car can be arranged on request.
Premium cars for corporate travel are available at most destinations.