Food and wine tour of Romania in 5 days
Highlights of Food and wine tour of Romania in 5 days:
Day 1: Welcome to Bucharest
Day 2: Traditional food in Bucharest
Day 3: A Castle and champagne
Day 4: Nature and wine
Day 5: Private transfer to the airport
Details of Food and wine tour of Romania in 5 days:
Duration: 5 days
Start and end point: your hotel or another chosen point in Bucharest
Note: “Food and wine tour of Romania” is a private tour so, it can be customized according to your wishes
Food and wine tour of Romania in 5 days itinerary description:
The Food and wine tour of Romania was designed to offer you the opportunity to visit the famous wine regions, to taste delicious traditional dishes and to see some important attractions. In these 5 days you will have the chance to experience Romania with all your senses!
And after that you can try another multi-day trip in Romania.
Before explore and taste Romania, meet first its capital and the largest city in the country: Bucharest. Your guide will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to your hotel. You will have free time for dinner.
Accommodation: in Bucharest
If you are interested to discover the dark secrets of Bucharest, you can also book our Haunted Bucharest tour.
It’s time to discover Bucharest! Your guide will take you in a panoramic city tour and you will visit the Village museum. For lunch, you will stop in a Romanian restaurant to taste some traditional food. Continue your tour with a long walk in the old town. Dinner will offer you an amazing view and gourmet tastes in a modern restaurant.
Leave Bucharest behind and enjoy the taste of Transylvania. Your first stop will be in Azuga for a sparkling wine tasting session and lunch. Discover after lunch the legend of Dracula and his famous castle known all over the world – Bran castle. You guide will tell you all the stories the surround this place, but also its true history. In the evening you will have free time in Brasov.
Read here more about the Romanian castles.
It’s time to come back to Bucharest. After two hours driving from Brasov, stop an visit the biggest salt mine in Eastern Europe, Unirea salt mine. Go underground and admire what the man made in nature. On the way back to Bucharest stop at Lacerta winery for wine tasting and a cheese platter. This way you will discover one of the most known wine regions in Romania: Dealu Mare. Once you are back in Bucharest, you will have free time for dinner.
The best time to visit Romania to see the ripe grapes is September.
It is time to leave Romania behind because your guide will transfer you to the airport in time for your flight back home. Or you can extend your holiday with an UNESCO heritage tour.