Day 1 : Otopeni Airport-Bucharest.
Meeting with the guide on Henry Coanda Airport. Departure to Bucharest for a short city tour of the city. The Village Museum vas founded by royal decree in 1936, this fascinating outdoor museum, the largest in Europe, covers some 30 acres on the shores of Lake Herastrau in Herestrau Park. Steep-roofed peasant homes, thatched barns, log cabins, churches and watermills from all regions of the country were carefully taken apart, shipped to the museum and rebuilt in order to recreate the village setting. Lunch at Casa Doina Restaurant or similar. Check in at the hotel. Departure to visit the old city center. Dinner at Caru Cu Bere Restaurant, in the old city center. Accommodation in Bucharest
Day 2: Bucharest–Sinaia
Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Visit the Parliament Palace. Built by Communist Party leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, the colossal Parliament Palace (formerly known as the People’s Palace) is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon. It took 20,000 workers and 700 architects to build. The palace boasts 12 stories, 1,100 rooms, a 328-ft-long lobby and four underground levels, including an enormous nuclear bunker. Departure to Sinaia via Prahova Valley. In the way stop for wine tasting and lunch at Cramele Azuga. Visit the Peles Castle. Located in Sinaia (44 km from Brasov), Peles Castle is considered by many one of the most beautiful castles in all Europe. It was the final resting place for several Romanian monarchs including King Carol I, who died here in 1914. The architects used an abundance of wooden decoration, both for the exterior and for the interior of the castle, which confers a very special quality to the building. Accommodation in Sinaia.
Day 3: Sinaia–Bran–Brasov-Poiana Brasov
Breakfast at hotel and check out . Departure to Bran to visit Bran Castle also known as Dracula’s Castle. Bran Castle, situated near Bran and in the immediate vicinity of Braşov, is a national monument and landmark in Romania. Commonly known as “Dracula’s Castle”, it is marketed as the home of the titular character in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Near Bran Castle you can visit the Horror House of Dracula. Departure to Brasov. Visit the old city center. Centrally located Brașov is a good starting point for trips around Romania. The city is situated at fairly equal distances from several tourism destinations in the country: the Black Sea resorts, the monasteries in northern Moldavia, and the well-preserved wooden churches of Maramureş. It is also the largest city in a mountain resorts area. The old city Is very well preserved and is best seen by taking the cable-car to the top of Tâmpa Mountain. In Brasov you can visit Aventura Park. The park is situated in the southern part of Brasov.It is build within 2.5 ha of wood; you will find round 100 different games,692 meters of Tyroliennes, 1 km of chords, 5400 meters of ropes. Dinner at Cerbul Carpatin restaurant in Brasov. Accommodation in Poiana Brasov.
Day 4 : Poiana Brasov–Sighisoara–Sibiu
Breakfast at the hotel and check out .Departure to Sibiu via Sighisoara. Stop for visit the city, known as the Medieval Fortress of Romania. Sighisoara is considered to be the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadel in Europe, with an authentic medieval architecture. In Eastern Europe, Sighisoara is one of the few, and in Romania the only fortified town which is still inhabited. Lunch in Sighisoara at Casa Vlad Dracul Restaurant. Departure to Sibiu – European Cultural Capital in 2007. Arrival in the evening and visit the old city center. Dinner at Camara Boierului Restaurant. Accommodation in Sibiu.
Day 5 : Sibiu–Budapest
Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Departure to visit The Astra Museum “ASTRA” National Museum Complex is a museum complex in Sibiu, which gathers under the same authority four ethnology and civilisation museums in the city, a series of laboratories for conservation and research, and a documentation centre. It is the successor of the ASTRA museum that has existed in the city since 1905. Its modern life started with the opening of The Museum of Folk Technology now the “ASTRA” Museum of the Traditional Folk Civilization in 1963. Lunch at La Turn Restaurant in Sibiu. Private transfer to Budapest.Accommodation in Budapest.
Day 6: Budapest city tour, full day.
Passing by the Parliament we cross the Danube on the Margaret-Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle area on the Buda side, where we visit the Fishermen’s Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church after we go up to the Gellért Hill (Photostop), we cross Elisabeth-Bridge and drive towards Heroes’ Square (Promenade). At the end of the city tour we pass by the Opera and St. Stephen’s Basilica. Breakfast at the Hotel. Visit: Fishermans Bastion, Matthias Curch, The Parlament. Lunch at Kaltenberg Restaurant. Accommodation
Day 7: Budapest–Szentendre-Esztergom
Visiting the barroque Szentendre, the „village of artists”. It has a special, pleasant atmosphere, it is very nice to walk passing by the little streets. In Esztergom we visit the Basilic of Szentendre which is the symbol of the city and the catolic religion of Hungary. Next to the Basilic there is Bakocz chapel which is made from red marble. In Visegrád we visit the renessaince Castle of King Matthew from 1541. Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Departure to Szentender. Visit : Szentendre Ceramic Museum, Visegrad Fortress, Esztergom Basilika. Lunc at Rennessaice Restaurant. Drive to Győr. Accommodation.
Day 8 : Győr–Pannonhalma–Veszprém–Balatonalmadi
In the morning we leave to Pannonhalma, there is a Benedict Abbey in this town, belongs to the World Heritage. In its monumental library there are approx. 350 thousands of antique books. Veszprém is the „town of queens”, because in former times queens were coronated in this town. After visiting Veszprém we continue to Herend. The famous Porcelain manufacture is situated here. At the end of the day arrival to Lake Balaton. Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Visit The Pannohalma Abbey. Lunch in Villa Medici in Veszprem. Departure to Balatonalmadi. Accommodation and dinner at Ramada Hotel in Balatonalmadi
Day 9: Balatonfured–Tihany–Herend
Lake Balaton is the biggest lake in Central Europe. It is the centre of inland holidays in Hungary. We visit Balatonfüred, it has a nice promenade. In Tihany we visit Tihany Abbey which belongs to World Heritage. Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to visit: Tifany Abbey, visit of the Penisola by Electric train, Herend Porcelan Manufacture. Lunch in Herend at Apicius Restaurant. Accommodation.
Day 10: „Puszta”, Kecskemét–Budapest
After leaving Lake Balaton we arrive to a traditional Hungarian farm, where guests start with the famous „pálinka” aperitif, and they can see a horse show. Hungarian horse riding is very famous, clients can participate in a very interesting show. Kecskemét is the „capital of the puszta”, we have sightseeing in this town. Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Departure to Budapest via Kecskemet. Stop for lunch and Horse Show at Hungrian Great Plan. Arriving in Budapest in the evening. Accomodation.
Day 11: Budapest-free day
Breakfast at the hotel. Free time, relax at the thermal SPA of the hotel. Accommodation. Hungarian folklor dinner at local restaurant with unlimited wine and dances, farewell dinner
Day 12: Budapest–Airport
Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Free time for shopping. Private transfer from Budapest to the airport with assisstance.