Painted Monasteries of Bucovina & Transylvania area - 4 days Private Tour

Bucharest, Romania
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Get a complete 4 days tour to the amazing Bucovina and Transylvania region in the north-central part of Romania, departing from Bucharest.

Visit the painted monasteries of Bucovina, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Sites: Voronet – known as „The Sistine Chapel of the East”, an emblematic painted church, build more then 500 years ago, with well preserved frescoes, Sucevita - where you will visit the largest painted convent, very similar to a fortress and Moldovita - with it`s golden and deep blue paintings on the exterior walls, completed in the XVI-th century.

In Transylvania you will discover the most important attractions: Sighisoara, one of the most beautiful, best-preserved and still inhabited medieval citadels in Europe, the authentic Saxon houses of Prejmer and fortified churches, Brasov - a medieval city founded by german colonists on XIII century, the legendary Dracula Castle in Bran and the stunning Peles Royal Castle in Sinaia on Prahova Valley.

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Enjoy all the desert essentials, plus the option for a private table with sparkling wine on this tour.

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