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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 Balea Lake, Transfagarasan & Sibiu

Transfagarasan Highway:

It has more tunels (a total of 5) and viaducts than any other road in Romania. Near the highest point, at Balea Lake (2043m), the road passes through the longest road tunnel in Romania (884 m). It was built between 1970-1974. It has 92 km of twists and turns and for the construction they dislocated 3 million tons of rock. Ceauşescu wanted to ensure quick military access across the mountains in the event the Soviets attempted a similar move into Romania. Consequently, the road was built mainly with military forces, at a high cost both financially and from a human standpoint—roughly 6 million kilograms of dynamite were used. In September 2009 the cast and crew of the British television show Top Gear were seen filming along the road. The segment appeared in first episode of Series 14, which first aired November 15, 2009. Host Jeremy Clarkson claimed they had made a mistake in naming the Stelvio Pass as the best road in the world and that Transfăgărăşan should have this title instead.

Balea Lake:

It’s a glacier lake situated at 2,034 m of altitude in the Fagaras Mountains and it’s also known as the most spectacular in Romania. This bit of the Carpathian Mountains is famous in all Europe for the wild scenery, it’s fauna and the amazing Transfagarasan road. A certain promise that you’ll not be disappointed in the lucky decision of choosing such an adventure. The Fagaras Mountains are world famous for the option to practice the virgin skiing where access is possible only by helicopter.

Sibiu:

Known in German under the name Hermannstadt, Sibiu has always been the most important center of the German minority in Transylvania. Nowadays, Sibiu has the most numerous German community in Romania but also a fairly important Hungarian community.Legend has it that the lost children of Hamelin came out of the ‘Almasch’ caves (Varghis) in Transilvania, somewhere near the nowadays location of Sibiu. This is the romanticized explanation of a unique phenomenon which explains the appearance of many blond-haired blue-eyed people on these lands, who spoke German and lived by the customs of peoples living thousands of kilometers away. In effect, the fortresses and fortified villages in Transylvania were founded in the 12th Century by immigrants coming from the Moselle valley area, known under the name of Saxons.

Tour Details:

Prices
  • 1, 2 persons – 125 euros
  • 3-6 persons – 50 euros/person
  • +6 persons – 45 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 Balea Lake, Transfagarasan & Sibiu

Transfagarasan Highway:

It has more tunels (a total of 5) and viaducts than any other road in Romania. Near the highest point, at Balea Lake (2043m), the road passes through the longest road tunnel in Romania (884 m). It was built between 1970-1974. It has 92 km of twists and turns and for the construction they dislocated 3 million tons of rock. Ceauşescu wanted to ensure quick military access across the mountains in the event the Soviets attempted a similar move into Romania. Consequently, the road was built mainly with military forces, at a high cost both financially and from a human standpoint—roughly 6 million kilograms of dynamite were used. In September 2009 the cast and crew of the British television show Top Gear were seen filming along the road. The segment appeared in first episode of Series 14, which first aired November 15, 2009. Host Jeremy Clarkson claimed they had made a mistake in naming the Stelvio Pass as the best road in the world and that Transfăgărăşan should have this title instead.

Balea Lake:

It’s a glacier lake situated at 2,034 m of altitude in the Fagaras Mountains and it’s also known as the most spectacular in Romania. This bit of the Carpathian Mountains is famous in all Europe for the wild scenery, it’s fauna and the amazing Transfagarasan road. A certain promise that you’ll not be disappointed in the lucky decision of choosing such an adventure. The Fagaras Mountains are world famous for the option to practice the virgin skiing where access is possible only with the helicopter.

Sibiu:

Known in German under the name Hermannstadt, Sibiu has always been the most important center of the German minority in Transylvania. Nowadays, Sibiu has the most numerous German community in Romania but also a fairly important Hungarian community.Legend has it that the lost children of Hamelin came out of the ‘Almasch’ caves (Varghis) in Transilvania, somewhere near the nowadays location of Sibiu. This is the romanticized explanation of a unique phenomenon which explains the appearance of many blond-haired blue-eyed people on these lands, who spoke German and lived by the customs of peoples living thousands of kilometers away. In effect, the fortresses and fortified villages in Transylvania were founded in the 12th Century by immigrants coming from the Moselle valley area, known under the name of Saxons.

Tour Details:

Prices
  • 1, 2 persons – 125 euros
  • 3-6 persons – 50 euros/person
  • +6 persons – 45 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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