1 Day Trip from Bucharest
Visit the surroundings of Bucharest: Half Day tour to Snagov Monastery and Mogosoaia Palace
This is the perfect tour for those with limited time or looking for something differend outside the city bustle. This is a private half day trip is the best tour for those who want to discover and learn more about the real story of Dracula. Discover his tomb at Snagov Monastery, dating back from the 14th century, the place where Vlad the Impaler Dracula is buried.
Slanic Salt Mines and Wine Tasting Tour with lunch included
Take a different perspective of Romania and explore the largest salt mines in Europe on a 7-hours day trip from Bucharest. Walk around the underground chambers of the Slanic Prahova Salt Mine, then go to a local vineyard for a typical Romanian lunch with a wine tasting tour of the cellars. This is the absolute experience for the wine lovers!
Medieval Bulgaria – Veliko Trnovo, Arbanasi village and Unesco Rock-hewn church of Ivanovo
This is one of the best day trip you can take to Bulgaria, since will get you to the best of Bulgaria in one day only. Immerse yourself in the splendid Ivanovo Rock Churches, a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site with some of the best preserved frescoes in the whole byzantine Ortodox Church.
Best of Romania in one single day: Dracula Castle, Brasov City and Peles Castle
Why not escape the bustle of Bucharest for one day and discover the myths, legends and most beautifull treasures of Transylvania?
Explore the Romanian seaside in one day: Plaja Corbu, ranked the 4th most beautiful in the world
Enjoy one unforgettable daytrip to the most extreme places on the Romanian seaside: from Mamaia, the party hot spot of Romania to Corbu beach, a hidden gem mostly undiscovered, passing through Constanta, the Romanian largest sea port with a history dating back to ancient Greek period.
Above the clouds: Daytrip to Transfagarasan, one of the most beautiful roads in the world & Curtea de Arges
Drive on Europe’s most scenic mountain roads for a day trip to Transfagarasan Road—an alpine pass set in a tremendous landscape at 2000 meters above sea level. Prepare your cameras to snap some of the most spectacular views along the way and breath the freash cool air in the Southern Carpathians.