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Brasov Day Trips has been around for more than 10 years. Our experience and dedication strive to bring you the best visiting experiences ever and our professionalism is being recognized on very well-known platforms, such as TripAdvisor:

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Sightseeing, Adventure & Fun
Day Trip to Bran Castle

From 10 € / person 

Day Trip to Real Dracula's Castle

From 40 € / person 

Wild Bear Watching

From 40 € / person 

Horse Riding

From 50 € / person 

Paragliding

From 60 € / person 

Day Trip to Gypsy Village

From 30 € / person

Day Trip to Bran, Rasnov & Poiana Brasov

From 15 € / person 

4 Castle Tour

From 30 € / person 

Day Trip to Sighisoara & Viscri

From 35 € / person 

Day Trip to Sambata de Sus & Fagaras

From 35 € / person 

Day Trip to Sibiu & Sighisoara

From 55 € / person 

Harman & Prejmer Saxon Fortified Curch

From 10 € / person 

Day Trip to Peles Palace & Dracula's Tomb - Bucharest

From 50 € / person 

Day Trip to Brasov, Peles Palace, Dracula's Tomb & Bucharest (Bucharest, Dracula's Tomb, Peles Palace & Brasov)

Peles Palace:

It is important to notice that Romania’s most exquisite castle lies in the “Pearl of the Carpathians”. The magnificent royal palace, with its fairy tale turrets and pointy towers rising above acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks, was built as a summer residence by Romania’s longest serving monarch, King Carol I. It was the first castle in Europe to have central heating  and electricity. During Ceausescu’s era, its 160 rooms were used as a private retreat for leading communists and statesmen from around the globe. US president Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, Libyan leader Moamar Gaddafi and PLO leader Yasser Arafat were all entertained by the Romanian dictator in Peles’  rooms, each furnished to reflect a different European country. Construction started on the 3500 sq. meters edifice, built in a predominantly German Renaissance style in 1875. The first part – where Carol lived- was completed eight years later. More than 400 craftsmen labored on the palace which was finally completed 39 years later, just months before the king died 1914. Rembrandt reproductions line the walls of the king’s office while rows of books in the library conceals a secret passage leading to the 2nd. floor of the castle. There is a gallery of mirrors and the dining room has a leather clad ceiling. Scenes from age old Romanian fairy tales adorn the stained glass windows in the poetry room. In the Florence hall, Michelangelo’s reproductions hang below a ceiling carved from glide linden wood. If you ever plan a trip to Romania, the Peles Palace in Sinaia is a definite “must see”.

The Snagov Monastery:

Inside the monastery we can find the largest assembly of medieval frescoes from Wallachia, dating from the XVIth Century. Vlad the Impaler is supposed to be buried here, after being killed in the nearby forest. In the middle of the church a tomb has been discovered, with bones of a man in precious clothes. As the priest explained to me five years ago, his tomb is placed right in front of the altar, so that he may obtain forgiveness when the priest goes to the altar passing by his tomb.

Tour Details

Prices
  • 1, 2 persons – 140 euros
  • 3-6 persons – 60 euros/person
  • +6 persons – 50 euros/person
Included
  • Transport by private car/minivan
  • English speaking tour guide
Not included
  • Lunch and Entrance fees at Museums
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Feel free to reach us at the contact information shown below or click on the button to go straight to our Contact Page.
Address

Brasov, Romania

Phone

+40 740 049 043

Email

info@brasovdaytrips.com

Day Trip to Brasov, Peles Palace, Dracula's Tomb & Bucharest (Bucharest, Dracula's Tomb, Peles Palace & Brasov)

Peles Palace:

It is important to notice that Romania’s most exquisite castle lies in the “Pearl of the Carpathians”. The magnificent royal palace, with its fairy tale turrets and pointy towers rising above acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks, was built as a summer residence by Romania’s longest serving monarch, King Carol I. It was the first castle in Europe to have central heating  and electricity. During Ceausescu’s era, its 160 rooms were used as a private retreat for leading communists and statesmen from around the globe. US president Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, Libyan leader Moamar Gaddafi and PLO leader Yasser Arafat were all entertained by the Romanian dictator in Peles’  rooms, each furnished to reflect a different European country. Construction started on the 3500 sq. meters edifice, built in a predominantly German Renaissance style in 1875. The first part – where Carol lived- was completed eight years later. More than 400 craftsmen labored on the palace which was finally completed 39 years later, just months before the king died 1914. Rembrandt reproductions line the walls of the king’s office while rows of books in the library conceals a secret passage leading to the 2nd. floor of the castle.

There is a gallery of mirrors and the dining room has a leather clad ceiling. Scenes from age old Romanian fairy tales adorn the stained glass windows in the poetry room. In the Florence hall, Michelangelo’s reproductions hang below a ceiling carved from glide linden wood. If you ever plan a trip to Romania, the Peles Palace in Sinaia is a definite “must see”.

The Snagov Monastery:

Inside the monastery we can find the largest assembly of medieval frescoes from Wallachia, dating from the XVIth Century.
Vlad the Impaler is supposed to be buried here, after being killed in the nearby forest. In the middle of the church a tomb has been discovered, with bones of a man in precious clothes. As the priest explained to me five years ago, his tomb is placed right in front of the altar, so that he may obtain forgiveness when the priest goes to the altar passing by his tomb.

Tour Details

Prices
  • 1, 2 persons – 140 euros
  • 3-6 persons – 60 euros/person
  • +6 persons – 50 euros/person
Included
  • Transport by private car/minivan
  • English speaking tour guide
Not included
  • Lunch and Entrance fees at Museums
Day Trip to Bran Castle

From 10 € / person 

Day Trip to Real Dracula's Castle

From 40 € / person 

Wild Bear Watching

From 40 € / person 

Horse Riding

From 50 € / person 

Paragliding

From 60 € / person 

Day Trip to Gypsy Village

From 30 € / person

Day Trip to Bran, Rasnov & Poiana Brasov

From 15 € / person 

4 Castle Tour

From 30 € / person 

Day Trip to Sighisoara & Viscri

From 35 € / person 

Day Trip to Sambata de Sus & Fagaras

From 35 € / person 

Day Trip to Sibiu & Sighisoara

From 55 € / person 

Harman & Prejmer Saxon Fortified Curch

From 10 € / person 

Day Trip to Peles Palace & Dracula's Tomb - Bucharest

From 50 € / person 

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Feel free to reach us at the contact information shown below or click on the button to go straight to our Contact Page.

Address

Brasov, Romania

Phone

+40 740 049 043

Email

info@brasovdaytrips.com

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