Brasov and the Peles Castle (Wallachia, Transylvania)

Tour #4

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A journey back in time in the medieval Transylvania. The first stop will be in Sinaia – the pearl of Charpatians to visit the Monastery of Sinaia and the beautiful Peles Castle built at the end of 19th century by king Carol of Romania, the place where it was located the summer residence of Romanian kings. Not far will be visited the Sinaia Monastery a beautiful orthodox monastery and a spiritual place of Wallachia. The way to Transylvania passes one of the most beautiful roads in Romania near the rocky mountains of Caraiman on the top ot the mountain being an old Sphinx. Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities in Romania and probably one of the most beautiful in Europe. Its old walls and towers, old buildings and streets, will take you back in time hundreds of years. The beautiful Black Church will delight the visitors who can listen the superb music of the largest Buchholz organ in Eastern Europe. The city tour will end with a traditional lunch at Cetatuia (the Small Fortress of Brasov).
– Free pick up from the hotel reception
– Travel by coach, minivan or by car with air conditionning
– Expert multilingual escort
– Visits to the Peles Castle and Sinaia Monastery in Wallachia and the Brasov city tour with visits to the Black Church, and tower fortifications in Transylvania
– Lunch in a traditional location
When: daily departures (except winter period with difficult weather conditions)
Departure: 8.00 – 8.30 am, from the hotel reception
Arrival: at the hotel reception arround 8.00 pm
Estimated time: 12 hrs.
Price: 90 Euro/ person (50% discounts for children up to 12 and 10% – 30% discounts for groups larger than 5 people)

Not recommended to aged persons with heart deseases and breath problems due to the ozonated air on the top of the mountains.

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