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Sibiu: Daily Sightseeing Guided Tour

1. Sibiu: Daily Sightseeing Guided Tour

Is this your first time in Sibiu? Are you fascinated by everything around you and curious to discover the events that shaped this 900-year-old medieval city? We invite you to enjoy a charming walk through the medieval City of Sibiu, accompanied by our certified guides, who master the art of storytelling. Our Daily Sightseeing Tour will take you on a 1.5h guided tour of the Old Town, with its medieval squares, many churches and special charm. The Tour will encompass all main attractions of the city: The Main Square, The Small Square, The Huet Square and the Cetăţii Street, with all highlights. Our guide will feed your curiosity and share with you the hidden stories behind famous attractions, such as The Liar’s Bridge and the Eyes of Sibiu’s roofs.

Sibiu: Medieval City Exploration Game

2. Sibiu: Medieval City Exploration Game

Go on a quest around Sibiu's famous towers by solving clues that will unlock fascinating stories and locations. You will follow a less crowded path around the old citadel, explore hidden passages, and discover the amazing life stories of the ancient locals. Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won’t need a map, a GPS or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that locations is unlocked. After you purchase the quest, you will receive an access code that you can use in the app. Along the way, you’ll find fascinating stories of the towers that strongly influenced the history and evolution of this city. This challenge takes roughly 1.5 to 2-hours to complete, but there’s no time limit, you can finish it at your own pace. The total length is about 3.5 km. You won’t need a guide, just download the app, go to the starting point and you’re ready to go on a city adventure. This is a fun and unique way to acquaint yourself with the city of Sibiu and a fun day out for you, your family and friends. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to play the city game on their smartphone. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket. You can play as a group and solve the clues together as you walk, or you can split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end.

Sibiu: City Sightseeing Tour

3. Sibiu: City Sightseeing Tour

Experience the charm of Sibiu on a sightseeing tour of the medieval city center and see why it was named the European Capital of Culture in 2007. Stroll down narrow streets and encounter colorful buildings, peaceful courtyards and mysterious passageways. Enjoy moments of quiet in historical churches and get an amazing view, framed by the snow-capped peaks of the Făgăraș Mountains. Admire the elegant architecture on Grand Square, pass the charming Renaissance-style Haller House, and see the Brukenthal National Museum in an Habsburg palace. Admire the symbolic Council Tower, take an enchanted walk up the Passage of the Stairs in the Lower Town, and join the hustle and bustle of Cibin Market. Discover the remains of the old city walls and pass the elegant Thalia Hall, where many of the city's concerts are performed. Be amazed by the Gothic façade of the Evangelical Lutheran Cathedral on Huet Square and much more.

Sibiu to Balea: Bus Transfer

4. Sibiu to Balea: Bus Transfer

The Transfagarasan mountain road (or national road 7C) is one of the most spectacular roads in the world, according to Top Gear. Located in Romania, it runs trough the Fagaras mountains and has more tunnels and viaducts than any other road in Romania. Discover this fantastic route with a daily bus transfer service between Sibiu and the Balea area, and explore the stunningly beautiful Balea waterfall and lake on your own. This is a touristic bus and will only go on route with reservation. The duration of transfers is approximate, and the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions.  The tour will be: Sibiu (Parking Thalia Hall) – Avrig – Cartisoara - Balea Cascada (Cable Car Station)  The return route is: Balea Cascada (Cable Car Station) – Cartisoara – Avrig - Sibiu (Parking Thalia Hall)

From Sibiu: Day Tour to Brasov and Dracula's Castle

5. From Sibiu: Day Tour to Brasov and Dracula's Castle

In the morning, drive all the way to Bran, enjoying a nice view of the Carpathian mountains along the way. Visit Bran castle and discover the mysterious legend of Dracula on your own. Take time for lunch. In the afternoon, head to Brasov, the 7th largest city in Romania. The city provides a mix of wonderful mountain and medieval history with German influences in the old town. On a 2-hour walking tour, discover the historical and cultural highlights of Brasov the “Crown City". Admire the Weavers' Bastion and go to the 4-foot-wide Rope Street (Strada Sforii). Check out Brasov Synagogue and see the Catholic Church, Post Orchard, White Tower, and Black Tower. The city tour ends with some free time for you to explore the city on your own. After your free time, return to Sibiu. Timing Bran & Brasov 09:00 o’clock departure from Sibiu by “BaleaBus” 12:00 o’clock arriving in Bran 12:00 – 15:00 o’clock visit Bran Castle and time for lunch 15:00 o’clock departure to Brasov 15:30 – 17:30 o’clock city tour Brasov with guide 17:30 – 18:30 o’clock free time in Brasov 18:30 o’clock departure to Sibiu 21:00 o’clock arriving in Sibiu

From Sibiu to Corvin's Castle Hunedoara and Alba Iulia

6. From Sibiu to Corvin's Castle Hunedoara and Alba Iulia

We start our trip in the morning with travelling to the Corvin's Castle in Hunedoara, also known as Hunyadi Castle or Hunedoara Castle, which one of the most beautiful medieval castles in the world. After lunchtime, we drive to Alba Iulia On a Walking tour you will find the history of the impressive fortress in Vauban style which was originally a Roman fort. In the old town visitors can stroll along the wide, tree-lined streets of the Habsburg citadel, one of the most impressive in Europe, to discover the historical, cultural and architectural places of interest of Alba Iulia: the Roman Catholic Cathedral – the oldest and most valuable monument of architecture in Transylvania., the Batthyaneum Library, the Orthodox Cathedral of the Reunification, the Babilon Building – housing the National Museum of Unification, the Union Hall, the Apor Palace, the Princely Palace, and the University of Alba Iulia. In the afternoon we drive back to Sibiu. Timing Hunedoara & Alba Iulia 09:00 o’clock departure from Sibiu 11:30 – 13:30 o’clock visit Corvin Castle and time for lunch in Hunedoara 13:30 o’clock departure to Alba Iulia 14:30 – 15:30 o’clock city tour Alba Iulia 16:00 o’clock departure to Sibiu 17:00 o’clock arriving in Sibiu

3-Day Medieval Transylvania Package Tour

7. 3-Day Medieval Transylvania Package Tour

Explore some of the most important sites in the legendary Transylvania region of Romania on a 3-day package tour from Bucharest. With bed and breakfast accommodation in a 3-star hotel, you will explore the city of Sibiu, once ranked by Forbes Magazine as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live.” Visit medieval castles and monasteries, and explore the fable of Count Dracula. Day 1: Depart from Bucharest and visit the Moorish Monastery of Curtea de Argeș, built by the ruler of Wallachia, Prince Neagoe Basarab, in 1514. Continue to the small Cozia Monastery to discover one of the most important monuments of national medieval art in Romania. After a break for lunch in a traditional Romanian restaurant, drive through the stunning Translyvanian landscape to Sibiu, historic capital of the Principality of Transylvania. The former German medieval citadel, with documentation dating back to 1191, is one of the most beautiful towns in Romania, with many historic buildings that you will explore on a walking tour of the Old Town. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Romanian dinner, with overnight accommodation in Sibiu town center. Day 2: After breakfast, depart Sibiu for the Biertan commune, where you will tour one of the most important Saxon villages of fortified churches in Transylvania, including the largest fortified church in Transylvania, built between 1490 and 1524. Continue to the medieval citadel of Sighișoara, which dates back to 1280 and is home to the only medieval citadel in Europe still populated. During a walking tour, visit the city’s landmark Clock Tower for panoramic views across the ancient houses. After lunch, head to Brasov, surrounded by the Southern Carpathians. The first documented evidence of the medieval citadel dates back to 1235. Birthplace of the Romanian national anthem – and briefly renamed “Stalin City” during the Communist era – Brasov boasts beautiful Gothic churches, medieval buildings, and the narrowest street in Romania, which you will explore on a guided walking tour. Day 3: Following an overnight stay in Brasov, start your day at the city’s Black Church, built in 1383, and the most important tourist site in Brasov. Then, drive to the legendary Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle), perched on the border between Transylvania and Wallachia. Marked as the home of Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula, explore the castle grounds and museum, before a traditional lunch. Continue your tour at Sinaia, a lovely mountain resort in the Prahova River valley, and visit Peleș Castle, built by the first king of Romania, Carol I. Tour the exquisite Neo-Renaissance building, built between 1875 and 1914, and end your tour of Transylvania’s architectural delights at Sinaia Monastery, founded by Prince Mihail Cantacuzino in the 17th century upon his return from a pilgrimage to Mount Sinai. After exploring the Old Church and the 19th-century Great Church, drive back to Bucharest.

From Sibiu: Sighisoara & Biertan

8. From Sibiu: Sighisoara & Biertan

Visit Sighisoara, founded by Transylvanian Saxons during the 12th century. Depart from Sibiu in the morning and set off for Sighisoara, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore this perfectly intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches which could rival the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna. It is also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad the Impaler, ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462 and the figure who inspired Bram Stoker's fictional creation, Count Dracula.  On your way back to Sibiu, you will cross Biertan village, one of the most important Saxon villages with fortified churches in Transylvania. Learn about this fascinating region from a specialized English-speaking guide. Visit the fortified church in Biertan, with its beautiful and mysterious atmosphere. Hear about its history as a seat of the Lutheran Evangelical Bishop in Transylvania between 1572 and 1867. After an exciting day of discovery, sit back and relax as your are transferred back to Sibiu.  Timing Sighisoara & Biertan 09:00 o’clock departure from Sibiu 11:00 – 13:00 o’clock city tour Sighisoara 13:00 – 14:00 o’clock time for lunch 14:30 o’clock departure to Biertan 15:00 – 16:00 o’clock visit Biertan 16:00 o’clock departure to Sibiu 17:00 o’clock arriving in Sibiu

Cluj-Napoca: Day Trip in Saxon Wonderland

9. Cluj-Napoca: Day Trip in Saxon Wonderland

Spend a day in the capital of the historical region of Transylvania, the city of Sibiu. There you'll admire one of the most beautiful medieval cityscapes in Romania, as evidenced by the city's title as "European Capital of Culture". On the drive down, you'll find out more about the Saxons roots, their colonization in Transylvania and their cultural impact on the country. In Sibiu, you'll start off by seeing the city's walls and the three main squares. Then you'll visit two of the most important churches. Climbing up to the top of the Council Tower will give you a beautiful overview of the old city. In the afternoon, the group will take a short excursion from Sibiu to visit two villages that seem to be stuck in time: Sibiel and Fantanele. Here, the population lives from what it produces locally and horse-drawn carriages are a daily occurrence. You'll taste a local made schnapps (tuica) and then visit the glass paintings museum in Sibiel. In the afternoon, you'll head back to Cluj-Napoca.

2-Day Transylvania Break From Bucharest

10. 2-Day Transylvania Break From Bucharest

If you travel to Bucharest and have just a little time to discover Romania, this tour is the perfect way to visit some of the most interesting sites, including the southern part of Transylvania. Day 1 BUCHAREST–SINAIA–BRASOV–SIGHISOARA (309 km) Pick up in the morning from your hotel. Prepare to leave behind the region of Wallachia and step into the legendary land of Transylvania, the country beyond the forest where many myths were born and time still flows slowly for those living here. On the way, you will stop at Sinaia, a very famous mountain resort known also as the “Pearls of the Carpathians”. Here we will visit Peles Castle, the former summer residence of the first Royal couple of Romania, King Carol 1st and Queen Elisabeth. Considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe, the construction is impressive thanks to the architectural style and decorations, but most of all thanks to the beautiful interior design and the modern facilities for the last half of the XIXth century (electricity, vacuum cleaner, electrical elevator and central heating). Here you will also find out the story of the Royal couples in Romania and their important influence in the history of the country. The next stop is Brasov, Kronstadt (“the city of the crown”) under its German name. You are now officially in Transylvania! In Brasov, you will have lunch in a typical restaurant and enjoy a lovely walk on the narrow cobblestone streets of the old city center. You will see The Council Square, The Council Tower, and the famous Black Church, the largest Gothic construction in Eastern part of Europe. In the evening, head to Sighisoara for dinner and overnight in the medieval citadel. Do not miss a short walk in the citadel and admire the medieval buildings at the light of the lanterns. Prepare to step back time! Day 2 SIGHISOARA–BRAN-BUCHAREST (329 km) After the breakfast, you will start the day by visiting the citadel of Sighisoara (UNESCO Monument), the only medieval citadel in the Balkans which is still inhabited. You will find out the story of the citadel, you will see the well preserved walls and towers of defense and admire the medieval houses aligned along narrow old streets. The highlights of the citadel are: the house where it is said that Vlad the Impaler (known as Dracula) was born, the Clock Tower (on the top of which you can take some beautiful panoramic pictures with the citadel), the Covered Stairs and the Evangelical Church. In the afternoon, you will head to Bran and visit Bran Castle, which became so famous thanks to the legend of Dracula. Here you will find out how this legend was born and why Transylvania is until nowadays related to it. A friendly tip – some garlic could come in useful during the visit! In the evening, return to Bucharest and drop off at your hotel.



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Nicoleta was a great guide. She arrived on time at the meeting point and got our small group comfortably seated with a bottle of water and a souvenir tourist map of Romania. She paced her way through several thousands of years of complex history while safely navigating the streets. She efficiently and productively guided us through Alba Iulia and Corvin Castle. In each case, she was very attentive to our well-being. Nicoleta also adapted to our group's preferences. For example, instead of lunching in Alba Iulia because we weren't yet hungry, we had lunch at a restaurant outside Corvin Castle. Throughout, she engaged each of us in conversation in a way that made our group more interactive with her and among us in the group, adding enjoyment to spending the day with Nicoleta and the other guests that we had only just met.

The tour was well planned, we were picked up by our guide and he drove us to the Corvin's castle. This was our second tour with the company, so we already had familiarity with the guide. He was happy to answer our questions about the place and its history. When we arrived at the Crovin's castle, he explained us history of the castle. The castle is magnificent and larger compared to the famous Bran castle. Luckily we arrived at a time of lesser crowds and got time to explore it on our own. He gave us some time to buy sweets from local markets, and then we drove to Alba lulia. He told us the importance of the city, its rich history and showed us important places. We then had some free time but due to the weather not being supportive, we decided to leave early. We drove back to Sibiu and it was a pleasant drive back.

We had a great time! Florian was super knowledgeable and pointed out things we would not have seen on our own and shared facts and stories throughout the tour. Corvin Castle didn’t disappoint either! We had lunch in Alba Lulia at a cafe which we all enjoyed before touring the fortress. Great day all around!

Expert guide, kind and helpful, we left at 10am from Sibiu and returned at 6.30pm, in total about 2.45 minutes by car, the rest of the time we spent between the castle of Corvin and Alba Iulia, both beautiful places. Absolutely recommended

Very informative informal tour. Really enjoyed it and would recommend to everyone.