Join one of our 2018 Romania Tours & Celebrate our centennial

2018 is a very exciting year to visit Romania as we are celebrating our centennial. Back in 1918 the regions of Transylvania, Bessarabia and Bukovina united with the Romanian Kingdom.

Many events will be held throughout the year marking the Centennial and we wish for you to join us during one of our 2018 Romania Tours. We love introducing our visitors to Romania’s rich history, the human stories behind the faces, and the origins of our traditions.

All our tours are private and tailor-made to the needs of your family or group. “It was very rewarding to gain insight into this rich, warm, intricate culture” wrote us Jeremy from Canada after his cultural tour in Romania. And this is the most important feeling we want our visitors to have. Because we know that by learning about another culture, we actually learn more about ourselves.

Below are some of our suggested 2018 Romania tours focusing on the celebration of our Centennial, but which can be easily modified to accommodate your preferences.

Easter Holidays in Romania

Immerse yourself into the rich customs of the locals

10 Days

Easter Holidays in Romania is a time when a lot of traditions come to life and we invite you to experience them. Painting Easter eggs, the “shooting of the rooster”, perfuming women and first farmer’s celebration are some of the customs you will witness.

While discovering the unique traditions specific to the Easter holidays you will also visit Romania’s most beautiful sights in Transylvania, Bucovina and Maramures.

In 2018 and 2019 the Orthodox and Catholic Easter are just a week apart so you can experience both.

Best of Romania Tour 2018

Most visited sites in Transylvania, Maramures and Bucovina

1700 EUR/person for a group of 4

14 Days

For two full weeks you will explore Bucharest, Transylvania, Bucovina and Maramures, regions rich in centuries-old traditions and fascinating and diverse heritage.

The highlights of this 2018 cultural tour of Romania are the medieval castles, painted monasteries, wooden churches, brown bears, quaint villages and hospitable locals who carry on centuries’ old traditions.

Tour of Transylvania from Sibiu

Tour of Transylvania from Sibiu

1150 EUR/person for a group of 4

8 Days

One of the best ways to tour Transylvania is from Sibiu, in the center of the country and connected by direct flights with the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium and Denmark.

Sibiu itself is a wonderful town, close to the mountains and the best Transylvania has to offer: imposing castles and medieval towns, villages where the old way of life is still well-preserved and meadows full of wildflowers.

Tour of Transylvania from Timisoara

Discover old world’s charm

750 EUR/person for a group of 4

6 Days

Start this cultural tour of Transylvania from Timisoara and roam the country in search of the places that made Transylvania the best region to travel in 2016 according to Lonely Planet. You will open the gates of imposing castles, explore medieval towns with their eye-catching buildings, discover true Romania in quaint villages and enjoy breathtaking views from the top of the Carpathian Mountains.

Day trip from Alba-Iulia or Deva

Visit the less traveled parts of Transylvania

250 EUR/person for a group of 4

1 Day

Deva and Alba-Iulia are well located for day trips to the less traveled parts of Transylvania: Corvin castle in Hunedoara, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, Sarmizegetusa Regia, the wonderful mountainous countryside and more.

Private day tour from Arad

Explore the western side of Romania

250 EUR/person for a group of 4

1 Day

During this day tour from Arad you can visit Timisoara or Oradea, the most beautiful cities in western Romania with charming architecture and fascinating history (Timisoara is where the 1989 anti-communist revolution started). Near Arad there are also some very nice vineyards, villages and churches which are worth exploring in this short, but interesting Romania cultural tour.