• The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience
  • The Romania Experience


14 nights from £1195 per person. Book here or call 0207 101 4061.

Embark on a 14-day journey to discover Romania’s finest sights. From the mountains down to the coast, you will not only witness breathtaking landscapes, but will get to experience the simple rural life, centuries-old traditions and learn more about the rich history that has shaped the country.

Start off with the Transylvanian countryside which offers the perfect mix between tradition and culture. Explore the charming Saxon towns of Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara, get your culture fix with visits to the impressive Peles Castle and Bran (Dracula’s) Castle, and get a taste of the village life with traditional accommodation and getting involved in the local activities.

Next, step further back in time into the heart of the Maramures. Here, you will get to fully experience the simple village life. Stay in a traditional guesthouse, help out the locals with their daily activities and enjoy the peace of nature. Don’t miss out on the wooden churches!

Continue your journey down to the coast before travelling to the bird paradise in the Danube Delta. Slow down and enjoy the quietness of the place, drift along the waterways or simply enjoy a day by the pool. You will witness flocks of pelicans and other bird life at Sachalin Peninsula – the main breeding spot – as well as have the possibility of opting for a number of optional activities such as kayaking, fishing or more birdwatching.

Relaxation, tranquility, nature and culture, all wrapped up in one!


The Experience

Day 1: Arrival in Bucharest followed by a transfer to your boutique accommodation in the Lipscani district where you will be greeted with a coffee or glass of wine before you head out into the old town to explore and discover the plethora of restaurants and bars.

Day 2: Morning transfer into Transylvania, stopping for a tour around the divine Peles Castle before checking in to your hotel in Brasov. Enjoy the rest of the day exploring the charming medieval Saxon town of Brasov.

Day 3: Day to relax and spend more time in Brasov with optional extra activities such as walking tours or even an opportunity to experience seeing wild brown bears in a nearby hide.

Day 4: Morning transfer to Bran Castle, better known as Dracula’s Castle before arriving at Inn on Balaban to enjoy the stunning rural countryside before a traditional Romanian meal in the evening.

Day 5: Morning transfer to the Libearty Bear Sanctuary in Zarnesti before transferring to the rural village of Viscri where HRH Prince of Wales owns a property. Enjoy a tour and an authentic lunch at a local house (not included) before travelling to a neighbouring village to check-in to your traditional Transylvanian guesthouse where you can partake in village activities.

Day 6: Travel and visit the medieval citadel of Sighisoara for lunch and a then wander before transferring to the beautiful town of Sibiu and checking-in to your hotel. You will have the rest of the day to enjoy the medieval town.

Day 7: Morning visit to the outstanding ASTRA Outdoor Folk Museum, which is the biggest in Europe and gives you a fantastic insight into traditional rural Romania from around the country. Transfer back to Sibiu for an afternoon at your leisure. Alternatively, you can opt for a trip to Balea Lake via the famous Transfagarasan for lunch before returning to Sibiu.

Day 8: Transfer to the the heart of the Maramures countryside. Visit the Salina mine in Turda on the way, before being transferred through the rural Romanian countryside to to Breb, via Rogoz and its stunning wooden church. Afternoon arrival in Breb for traditional local dinner (not included).

Day 9: Sunday morning traditional church service in Maramures at a local wooden church before travelling to Sighet and Sapanta to visit Romania’s Memorial of the Victims of Communism Museum as well as the charming Merry Cemetery. Evening back in Breb.

Day 10: Morning at your leisure. Afternoon visit the old mill and whirlpool in the village of Sarbi. Transfer back to Cluj via the UNESCO wooden church in Surdesti. Enjoy the rest of the evening in Cluj.

Day 11: Transfer to Cluj Airport for your flight (not included) to Constanta. Once in Constanta, you will be transferred to your hotel and will have the rest of the day to explore the coastal town.

Day 12: Morning transfer to Tulcea before travelling into the depths of the Danube Delta by boat all the way to the small fishing village of Crisan where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the Delta and a barbecue at sunset featuring freshly caught fish.

Day 13: Transfer to Letea by boat via the Old Danube Delta stopping for a traditional lunch in the village along with a short excursion to the forest of Letea where you may well be able to spot wild horses. After lunch, the boat travels to the fishing town of Sulina for a drink and a wander before heading onwards to Sfantu Gheorghe.

Day 14: Boat transfer to Mahmudia in time for lunch before beginning the journey back to Bucharest by car then enjoy dinner in Bucharest for your final night.

Day 15: Transfer to Bucharest airport for return flight.


The Price

The price for this experience includes:

Includes   Transfers Airport pick-up and drop-off, all in-country transfers

Includes   Accommodation 12 nights B&B accommodation & 2 nights traditional half-board accommodation

Includes   Activities Visit, entry and tour of Peles Castle in Sinaia, visit and entry to Bran (aka. Dracula’s) Castle, visit to the Libearty Bear Sanctuary, visit to Viscri and the Astra Outdoor Folk Museum, visit and entry to Turda salt mine, visit and entry to the Maramures wooden churches, visit to Sarbi village near Breb, visit and entry to Romania’s Memorial of the Victims of Communism Museum, visit and entry to the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta, visit and entry to the painted wooden church in Rogoz, traditional Delta lunch in Letea

Includes   Other The services of  bi-lingual representatives, the Romania Experience booklet, a welcome drink

For up-to-date prices, bookings and enquiries please click here.


Group Numbers: 2 – 12 people

Please note that the trip may not be suitable for very young children given journey times of longer than an hour, and possible disturbance to others travelling in the group. If you’re unsure, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as we can always tailor something specific to your needs.


The Gallery

Still not convinced? Here are some of the trip’s highlights in pictures.


The Location


Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Romania and you’re likely to hear something along the lines of Dracula, vampires and gypsies. Yes, the spooky castles pitched on rocky hilltops are certainly vampire-worthy but the only real fangs you’re likely to be exposed to here are those belonging to the wild bears, wolves and lynx that roam the Carpathian Mountains. Once you place the stereotypes aside for a moment, you’ll soon understand how misunderstood, overlooked and vastly underestimated this country is.

From the untouched Transylvanian countryside and the beautiful mountain scenery in the Carpathian Mountains, the wooden churches and painted monasteries of Maramures and the medieval towns of Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara, to the Danube Delta’s abundance of birds and wildlife, and the magnetic buzz of the fast-paced capital of Bucharest, the variation and contrast across Romania is staggering.



Famed for its connections with Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula, Transylvania offers so much more than old ghost stories. With beautiful landscapes teaming with nature and perfectly preserved medieval towns rich in history and culture, this is one of the last places in Europe where you’ll find living remnants of medieval tradition and custom.

Ancient fortified villages and isolated hamlets are surrounded by rolling pastures dotted with haystacks, and meadows carpeted with hundreds of wildflowers. Peasant culture and rural life is apparent at every twist and turn – the locals get around by horse and cart, grass is cut using traditional scythes, shepherds roam the countryside and water is taken from the communal village well. Frozen in time yet utterly self-sufficient, the inhabitants of these remote dwellings have honed the ancient arts of weaving, pottery and bread-making over the centuries, and still make a living from time-honoured occupations including shepherding and carpentery.

But the traditional way of life is only part of Transylvania’s fascination. The region is also home to a diverse multi-ethnic heritage where a cultural melting pot of Romanians, Hungarians, Saxons, Germans and Romany gypsies make a distinct mark on the architecture, cuisine and even names of Transylvania’s towns which are often referred to in three different languages. The result is a wonderfully diverse landscape speckled with groups of remote communities that live and breathe their own very distinctive traditions and customs many of which have disappeared over the centuries throughout the rest of Europe.

If the culture, history and easy-going lifestyle aren’t enough to convince you of Transylvania’s appeal, then its collection of medieval old towns should just about clinch it for you! Perfectly preserved with charming cobbled streets and rainbow coloured houses with traditional roofs, the three most famous Saxon towns form a triangle across Transylvania and represent some of the finest examples in Europe.

First up is Brasov with its beautiful baroque architecture and citadel ruins, then there’s Sibiu with its cobblestone streets and handful of quaint squares, and finally, you’ve got the hilltop citadel of Sighisoara which boasts a labyrinth of narrow passageways and a fairytale clock tower dating back to the 14th century.



Deep in the heart of the Romanian countryside, the Maramures region epitomises the country’s rural heritage and showcases traditional peasant lifestyle beautifully. The Maramures area itself is a scenic masterpiece of natural beauty with remote mountain passes, beautiful valleys and vast expanses of open landscape. Its rolling countryside is a patchwork of green pastures and meadows carpeted with wild flowers, peppered here and there with clusters of wooden churches and small villages like Breb that embrace Romanian peasant lifestyle.

Compact and unique, a visit to Maramures is truly a step back in time through to an age of romantic simplicity and medieval rural values, distinctly preserved in the traditionally run and peasant-inhabited Romanian country villages such as Breb. Ancient skills and crafts such as berry picking, pottery making and buffalo herding continue to thrive and feature at the heart of village life. Locals wear their hand-woven clothing with pride particularly on Sundays when they congregate at their nearest wooden church for long services, and make the most of nature’s bountiful offerings, boiling up their famous jams from local fruits and milking their own cows.


Danube Delta

The mighty Danube River flows 1,788 miles from its springs in Germany’s Black Forest to the Black Sea. Just before reaching the Black Sea, it forms the second largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas and with 2,200 square miles of rivers, canals, marshes, tree-fringed lakes and reed islands it really is a nature-lover’s paradise!

Teaming with the highest concentration of bird colonies in all of Europe, the maze of canals bordered by thatch, willows and oaks entangled in lianas, offers the perfect breeding ground for countless species of birds, some of them from as far away as China and Africa. Huge numbers of Egyptian white pelicans arrive here every spring to raise their young, while equal numbers of Arctic geese come here to escape the harsh winters of Northern Europe.

Some 300 species of birds make Danube’s Delta their home; the best time to sea them being from early spring to late summer. But birds are not the only inhabitants of the Delta. There is also a rich community of fish and animals from wildcats, foxes and wolves, to boars, deer and wild horses. Altogether 3,450 animal species can be seen here as well as 1,700 plant species.

The Danube Delta is comprised of an intricate network of waterways and lakes divided between the three main estuary channels of the Danube. Tulcea is located at the tip of the three channels and is the starting point from which you’ll explore the Delta. The channels or bratuls are named after their respective ports: Chilia (in the north), Sulina (in the middle), and Sfantu Gheorghe (in the south). Stretching some 67 miles and carrying 23% of the Danube’s total water flow, the Sfantu Gheorghe channel is home to a number of little fishing villages along its banks including the pretty village of Sfantu Gheorghe where you’re likely to be based.


The Season

Romania’s climate witnesses extreme changes in temperature from the very hot summer to freezing cold in winter. As such, the experience only runs during the late spring, summer and early autumn monthts when the weather is most pleasant for the outdoor activities. The village activities in Transylvania and Maramures vary over the seasons, while the Danube Delta boasts with wildlife throughout spring and summer.


The Months

May: The weather in May is pleasant as the intense heat of the summer is yet to arrive. However, it’s not unusual for the weather to change quite drastically, particularly on higher ground so it’s a good idea to pack layers just in case! The other plus side to travelling in the spring is the presence of stunning wildflowers and butterflies that fill the countryside. As a bonus, it is migration season in the Danube Delta so it is the perfect time to visit for birdwatching.

June: June weather is dry and warm, though not as hot as the following summer months. It is also the time for the annual brewing of the local firewater in Maramures.

July & August: In the full swing of summer, visiting Romania in July and August means long hot sunny days and blue skies with little chance of rain. While temperatures can soar to around 40 degrees, it tends to be a little cooler in the mountains so you’ll be able to enjoy the great outdoors either mountain biking around Viscri, hiking or simply walking in the mountains. The summer months of July and August also play host to harvest time in rural Romania when the fields and pastures are ripe for hay stacking providing you with the opportunity to get your hands dirty during your time in Breb, helping the locals gather the hay using traditional implements like scythes and forks. Other activities to get involved with during the summer include sherpherding in the fields where you’ll have the opportunity to watch the milking and shearing of the sheep and to sample the local cheeses. In the Danube Delta, the summer months also mean mosquitoes.

September: September brings with it slightly fresher temperatures and a certain sense of tranquillity as the rush to get the hay in from the fields is usually over by this point. You’ll still have warm and very pleasant days with cooler evenings to explore the villages. September also witnesses bird migration in the Danube Delta, so it is another great opportunity for birdwatching.


The Duration & The Calendar

The Romania Experience takes place over fourteen nights and fifteen days and typically commences every Saturday during the season. However, the arrival and departure times of your chosen flights may well affect the exact duration of your stay. Many use the flexibility of booking their own flights to add an additional night or two (or three) in Bucharest at the beginning and/or end of the experience to make the very most of their time in Romania.

The calendar on the BOOK NOW page shows exactly when trips are available throughout the season. As well as displaying which trip dates are fully booked or available, the calendar also highlights specific dates that have been discounted or are on special offer. Click here to see available dates and rates on our calendar.


The Highlights

There are hundreds of reasons why we think you would love the opportunity to explore Romania’s greatest regions, but here are a few of our personal trip highlights to help persuade you…

The Rural Activities: With such a wonderful range of activities to get involved with on your trip, you’ll come away with a wealth of unique experiences to treasure for years to come. From getting your hands dirty during the harvest time helping the locals with hay stacking and rolling up your sleeves for a culinary workshop learning the art of rustic Romanian cookery in the village of Breb, to sherpherding, authentic horse & cart rides and visits to the local beehives, you’ll be immersed in Romanian village life from beginning to end.

The Countryside: The countryside is an absolute spectacle that changes throughout the season with beautiful alpine meadows rich in wild flora and fauna, and green pastures carpeted with an abundance of wild flowers and peppered with hundreds of butterflies during the spring and summer. Whether you’re here for the simplicity and solitude, the great outdoors or just an escape somewhere different, you’ll find the natural Romanian countryside a veritable paradise of peace and beauty.

The Way of life: Famous for its timeless tranquillity, visiting Maramures is akin to taking a journey through time to an area of the world where locals still trade in farm produce like milk and eggs, water is taken from the well and women wear traditional clothing to Sunday service at their local village wooden church. The pace of life in the Maramures region is far slower and more gentle than most of us are used to, which allows the opportunity for self-reflection and a proper break from the hectic lives we all seem to lead nowadays. The village activities available in places like Breb will take you back to another era and make you appreciate and perhaps even mourn the modernity of our developed world. Either way, you’ll get a real slice of rural Romanian life!

The Wildlife: In Transylvania, the trip to the Libearty Bear Sanctuary – biggest of its kind in Europe – takes you to visit the rescued brown bears. You can even sign up for an evening excursion to see wild bears at a forest-based bear hide. When it comes to wildlife, however, The Danube Delta takes the prize. It hosts 98% of European aquatic fauna. This means over 3,400 animal species, the vast majority are unique to the world; approximately 300 bird species, most declared natural monuments; around 160 fish species; a vast array of mammals including fox, wild cat, wolf, bear, wild boars and water snakes; and over 1,150 plant species.

UNESCO World Heritage List: Romania has a number of World Heritage Sites, from the natural ones such as the Danube Delta, the largest biosphere reserve and last remaining wilderness in Europe, and the Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians which stretch over Transylvania and Maramures, to cultural sites including the medieval citadel of Sighisoara, the villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania and the Wooden Churches of Maramures.


The Motivation

For Culture & Tradition and To Live Like Locals: See how the other half live and re-connect with the customs and traditions of a bygone era by getting involved with local village activities. This whole experience is ideal for anyone interested in connecting with a completely different culture by immersing themselves in the age-old practices and traditions surrounding rural Romanian life. There will be the opportunity to scratch under the surface of ancient Saxon communities where tradition and culture are strongly ingrained into everyday life. Visiting the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta and the fascinating Communist Museum, you’ll also get the opportunity to learn a bit more about the extraordinary Maramures community.

To Step Back in Time and To Get Back to Basics: The natural environment and slower pace of living will help you get back to basics so that you return with refreshed and revived with a new perspective. As soon as you arrive in Transylvania you’ll probably feel as though you’ve wandered into a fairytale land complete with self-sufficient clusters of villages where water is still taken from the well, cows and sheep wander the fields, and horses and carts clatter across dirt tracks laden with hay. Being able to spend some time with the locals in the villages of Viscri and Breb will reconnect you to the simpler things in life that are so easy to underestimate.

For Peace & Tranquility and To Escape: Remote natural locations, traditional accommodations in the heart of rural Romania, miles of rolling countryside, sleepy fishing villages and lazy days drifting through peaceful waterways, this trip is perfect for anyone hankering for some time out away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in an area of sheer natural beauty and wildlife. You can choose to be as active or as lazy as you like whether you’re into trying your hand at something new or you just want to absorb the natural surroundings.

For The Great Outdoors & To Walk on the Wild Side: With opportunities for wandering through the woods towards the rural village of Viscri, visits to the treehouse bear hide and time exploring the sun-kissed cobbled streets of Brasov, Sighisoara, Sibiu and Cluj, you’ll be taking full advantage of Romania’s fabulous outdoor playground. In the Danube Delta, some 300 species of birds found their home, along with a rich community of fish and animals from wildcats, foxes and wolves, to boars, deer and wild horses. Altogether, 3,450 animal species can be seen here, as well as 1,700 plant species. If that’s not enough to be getting on with, we don’t know what is!

For Sunshine: You’ll also catch a good dose of sunshine while you’re at it particularly if you travel during the summer months when the days are long, warm and sunny. The coast region and the Danube Delta will be the perfect spots to enjoy the sunny weather.


The Grapevine

Don’t just take our word for it, have a read of what our clients have to say about their experiences on the trip by checking out our 5* ratings and reading through our customer comments on Trust Pilot and Facebook.

Trust Pilot


The Booking Process

So you’ve found the perfect experience for you… what happens next? Once you’ve chosen the dates you’d like to travel on using our availability calendar all you need to do is head over to the booking page and fill in your details where necessary on the enquiry form. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours, answering any questions you may have and confirming availability for the experience over the dates you’ve enquired about. If that’s all good to go, we’ll hold your places for you and ask you to look into booking your flights.

Once you’ve booked your flights please let us know via email and we’ll take it from there. We will send you a booking form you will need to fill in with your name, contact details for both yourself and the fellow traveller(s), flight details, as well as any special requirements you might have. Once you fill it in, you will be taken to the payment page where you can pay the deposit or full balance depending on how soon you’re travelling. If your trip departs in less than 6 weeks we require full payment in order to guarantee your places on the experience, however if you are travelling in more than 6 weeks we will only take a 25% deposit at the time of booking. The outstanding balance is then taken 6 weeks before your departure date.

After your payment has been received we’ll send you confirmation of your booking along with a personalised trip itinerary, information pack and any other appropriate materials. All you need to do now is write the dates in your diary, prepare your packing list and look forward to your next adventure!


The Flights

As a tour operator we are not able to offer inclusive flights as part of our experiences however we are more than happy to help you find the most appropriate incoming and outgoing flights for you. All the listed airports fly directly in and out of Bucharest with multiple different airlines to choose from. We highly recommend using Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights.

London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Bristol, Birmingham, Doncaster, Glasgow & Dublin

Your airport transfers are 100% flexible allowing you the freedom to depart at any time you choose on the departure date whether that be at 2 o’clock in the morning or 11 o’clock at night.

For those wanting to book additional nights at the beginning or end of the trip please note that your airport pick-up and drop-off will still be included provided that you book your accommodation for the extra nights directly through us. If not you will need to organise your own transfers to and from the airport. Please contact us if you need advice or assistance.


The Personality

This experience is suitable for all ages and tastes from the young to the young at heart. It also matches with the below travel personalities and groups:

The Explorer: If you’re into authentic experiences then this trip is for you. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the region, to immerse yourself into the everyday life of a Romanian peasant, taking the opportunity to get a real insight into the Romanian culture with all the local village activities on offer in Viscri and Breb. You’re free to do as much or as little as you like and at your own pace, and you’re more than welcome to set off exploring whenever you choose.

The Culture Vulture: Romania provides history, tradition and culture in abundance with its age-old customs. From bustling cities like Bucharest, Cluj or Constanta to the medieval Saxon towns of Sighisoara, Sibiu and Brasov, from decadent castles in Sinaia and Bran to the fortified churches of Transylvania and wooden churches of Maramures, along with the Merry Cemetery and the thought-provoking Communist museum, there’s also plenty on offer to quench your thirst for culture, history and tradition

The Free Spirit:  The Romanian countryside is full to the brim with nature and sheer wild beauty that evokes a sense of romance and contentment. The rolling countryside, wildflower meadows and lush green pastures peppered with haystacks or the flowing waterways surrounded by lush vegetation and wildlife create the perfect backdrop for a relaxing and refreshing retreat for the free spirited amongst you. Perfect also for those who find themselves tangled up in the stresses and strains of a hectic life, the Romania Experience offers the opportunity to take some time out to reflect and relax in an area that harks back to eras gone by, ready to return refreshed and revived with a new perspective on life. Perfect for anyone who needs space, freedom and soul.

The Nature Enthusiast and Animal Lover: With 98% of European aquatic fauna, the Danube Delta is the ultimate paradise for those interested in flora and fauna. Hosting over 3,400 animal species, approximately 300 bird species, around 160 fish species, over 1,150 plant species and vast array of mammals including fox, wild cat, wolf, and wild boar the place is bursting to the brim with nature. While in Transylvania, there is also the opportunity to sign up for an evening trip to a nearby bear hide to spot brown bears in the wild.


The Group

The Romania Experience is a wonderful retreat suited to all groups including friends, families and even individuals who are hankering after some alone time. More information is detailed below.

The Couple: Perfect for some down time with your other half, the Romania Experience is a lovely opportunity to enjoy some rest and relaxation together. There’s a fantastic mix of activities to get involved with including wildlife and nature based excursions in the Carpathian Mountains and Danube Delta as well as village activities to help you get back to basics and get involved with local life in Transylvania and Maramures.

The Family: Suitable for families of all sizes and ages, this escape to Romania is a wonderful opportunity to share some quality time together in a beautiful natural environment. Children will enjoy getting involved in the plethora of traditional activities while parents can take some time out for peace and quiet.

The Friends: If you’re keen to reconnect with nature, tradition and a small group of friends then this is the holiday you’ve been waiting for whether it be with a group of old school friends or a few other couples that you get on well with.

The Solo Traveller: With plenty of time for self-reflection, soul-searching and relaxation, the trip is ideal if you’re keen to get back to basics and re-connect with both yourself and your natural surroundings.


The Booking & Enquiry Form

If you’d like to learn more about this experience, you’d like to check availability and prices or you have questions that need answering simply fill out the form below with all the required details using the calendar to let us know which dates you’re interested in. Once submitted, we will get back to you with confirmation and/or next steps within 24 hours.

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