- Visit Sibiu City, the ex-cultural capital of Europe 2007
- Explore Europe's best-preserved inhabited medieval city
- Go hiking in the beautiful wild nature of Covasna County
- Visit Bran Castle, legendary home of the mythical Dracula
- Sample regional cuisines, from Hungarian to German
|Day 1||Bucharest to Sibu||Hilton Sibiu|
|Day 2||Biertan - Sighisoara||Double tree by Hilton Sighisoara|
|Day 3||Sighisoara - Brasov Region||Zabola Estate|
|Day 4||Covasna - Berca - Siriu Lake||Siriu|
|Day 5||Hiking in the Siriu Forest||Bucharest|
Day 1: Arrival in Bucharest - Sibiu
Depart in the morning from Bucharest on the way to Sibiu. Enjoy at traditional Romanian lunch in Sibiu before visiting a local sheepfold and meeting with the shepherds. In the afternoon, head out for a guided tour of the city.
Day 2: Biertan - Sighisoara
En route to Sighisoara stop at Biertan, a medieval fortress with a spectacular view over the village of the same name. Continue to Sighisoara for a hearty lunch of traditional German medieval dishes, then explore the city in the afternoon. Enjoy dinner in the city, accompanied by ten different types of Palinka, a traditional fruit brandy that stems from the Middle Ages.
Day 3: Sighisoara - Brasov Region
Depart Sighisoara and head to the Brasov Region. Visit the medieval Rasnov fortress, then continue to see the Bran Castle, the legendary home of the mythical Dracula. Enjoy traditional Hungarian lunch at the Royal Tea House nearby Bran Castle, then head to Zabola Estate in Covasna County. Enjoy a typical Romanian and German dinner at Zabola, then get a good night's rest.
Day 4: Covasna - Mud volcanoes of Berca - Siriu Lake
Go for a short trek in the morning through the forest surrounding the Zabola lodge. Later, go for a ride on the small mountain train, before grabbing lunch in Covasna. From here head to see the mud volcanoes of Berca, then continue to Siriu Lake. Spend the night in Hadar Chalet.
Day 5: Hiking in the Siriu Forest
Start your morning early with a hearty breakfast, then head out to explore the surrounding forest on a two-hour hike. Return to the lodge, then catch the next train back to Bucharest, stopping for lunch at a traditional inn along the way.