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Transylvania walking holiday, Romania

Itinerary easily adjusted to suit arrival/departure at Sibiu or Bucharest. On this journey you will discover Saxon Transylvania, one of Europe’s last surviving medieval landscapes. You will travel through timeless villages where traditional farming is still in use, explore their fantastic fortified churches, enjoy the almost unspoiled countryside with its astonishing richness of wild-flower meadows, and forests teeming with wildlife which is extinct in other parts of Western Europe. Here the farmers don’t use artificial fertilisers and there is no intensive land-use. From May to July the wildflowers brighten the meadows untainted by chemicals. Here you will find an intact fragment of an ...Read more >
From €1,105 excluding flights

Romania holiday, Transylvania and its Saxon heritage

Search for Transylvania's medieval and Saxon heritage on this tailor made holiday in Romania and you'll instantly feel like you're stepping back in time amidst a world of untouched rural landscapes, traditional village inns and ancient craft workshops. Visit during the spring and you'll find fruit orchards bedecked in blossom, and wild flowers festooned over hills and dales, with scant use of chemical sprays allowing Nature to do her thing as walkers wander wide eyed in wonder. Saxon heritage in Transylvania forms a fascinating back story to this nine day holiday with traditional villages like Biertan, Malancrav and Copsa Mare offering comfy and clean guesthouses as well as a chance to ...Read more >
From €1,450 excluding flights

Romania tailormade tour, religion, arts & crafts

Oltenia is bordered by the Carpathian mountains, the Danube and Olt rivers. It is the most "Romanian" part of Romania - few foreigners settled here in the past. Because it was one o the most rural areas, the region offers some of the most original Romanian folk art ,the world-famous sculptor Constantin Brancusi was born here. Oltenia is a little travelled land of isolated byzantine monasteries nestling in untouched river valleys, obscure and unique “Cula” style houses and friendly people. The food is hearty and the local wines delicious. Traditional crafts are maintained in out of the way villages, with potters and weavers and basket makers using local patterns and skills handed down ...Read more >
From €1,855 excluding flights

Romania holiday, Discover Romania

On this holiday to Romania, the villages out-shout the cities. A knowledgeable local guide will take you to places like Viscri, which was rescued by the Mihai Eminescu Trust, an NGO busy restoring rare Saxon villages hand-in-hand with the community that lives in them. Your visit will support small-scale farmers, B&B bakeries and house weavers, all while helping to preserve villagers’ medieval houses and fortified-to-the nines churches. You’ll also find painted monasteries in the countryside – known for Byzantine wraparound murals. Brasov and Bucharest offer a different view of Romania. But Sighisoara is the real surprise – it’s one of the best preserved citadels in Europe and a lived-in ...Read more >
From €1,200 excluding flights