Best known as being the “Land of Dracula”, Romania will dazzle you with what else it has to offer the interested traveller. Take a romantic glimpse of a traditional way of life in this rugged, dramatic yet strangely quaint country in Central Europe.
Exploring the regions of Transylvania and Maramures, you will discover fairy tale castles, enjoy forest walks searching for native carnivores and the European brown bear, and tour the pretty medieval towns of Sinaia, said to be the pearl of the Carpathians, and Brasov.
The Romanian capital Bucharest houses Ceausescu’s Palace - the Casa Poporului – and there will also be time for a visit here. Engage in local hospitality, walk in the mountains and hidden valleys, and discover unique wooden churches and painted monasteries. A cruise on the Danube Delta in our simple floating pontoon is certainly a highlight. Birdlife is abundant in what’s said to be the greatest wetland area in Europe.