Touring Romania
Private Tours Travel Company

“Great time and good service!”

It was more like trip with friend. Highly recommend!

Reviewed February 22, 2016

 

I went to Danube for birdwaching tour. I found George through Tripadvisor and was very satisfied with service. We started early and get coffee and bread on the boat. I felt that he really take care about everything. It was more like trip with friend. Highly recommend!

Baiba Plete, Riga, Latvia - Visited September 2015

 

 

“Great time and good service!”

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Only one free day ? No problem ! We'll show you few splendors of Romania: Bran and Peles Famous Castles, Brasov, Sibiu or Sighisoara Medieval Cities or the Fascinating Wild Danube Delta

One Day Tours

With 2 free days, you'll have the chance to enjoy more of the Medieval Transylvania, amazing Transfagarasan Road or the Wildlife from Danube Delta, the only natural place from Romania in Unesco World Hertage

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Reviews

" “The Best Tour Guide for Seeing Romania!”

When I choose a private guide, I look for several important aspects ... [...]

Michelle Benvenisti, New York, USA

" “Great four day/three night trip in Transylvania”

I had been wanting to visit the old Saxon cities and villages in Transylvania for years [...]

Brian and Elaine Boyer, Canada

" "Amazing day at the Danube Delta!"

Best day of our holiday! [...]

Christopher Kingshott, London, UK