• DAY 3
Day 3

After breakfast in the morning, short time for shopping or just taking a break downtown, before your departure flight. Transfer to the airport.

End of the city break tour.


Optional day (additional cost will apply)

For those willing to explore more the area, we can add an extra-day and some activities, such as:

Trip to RECAS WINERIES (20km/2 hrs) - a dream trip for any wine-passionate!

Recas Wineries Company is one of the largest wineries in Romania, founded in 1998 and being among the most complete wineries in the country today. The passionate owners and the winemakers from three different continents, the dedicated people, the sunny hills, the fruitful vine and its own restaurant, they all place Recaş Wineries at the top of those wineries that are worth visiting internationally.

During this day, we will taste some good white, red and rosé wines, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Burgund Mare, Merlot, Cadarca, Feteasca Regala or Creata at Recas Wine Cellars (Cramele Recas). A visit at the cellars will give you the opportunity to attend a presentation of the wine making process in the Barrique Hall, and the conservation of bottled wines in the Recas vinoteque - featuring stocks of exceptional vintages. Option for lunch included.


Full Day Trip (250km, 8 hrs): Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana – Densus Church – Corvin/Hunyadi Castle

During this day trip, you will have the oportunity to explore more the surroundings and discover 3 beautiful attractions: Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana  - the capital and the largest city of Roman Dacia, later named Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa after the former Dacian capital, located in the vicinity. Ulpia Traiana was the political, administrative and religious centre of Roman Dacia in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Today, the place remains in ruins, with a partly preserved forum, an amphitheatre, and remnants of several temples; Densuș, the place where we can find one of the oldest Romanian churches. This stone monument was built in the 13th century, and some historians assume it is a re-shaped Roman mausoleum; Corvin/Hunyadi Castle (Castelul Corvinilor) - The greatest Gothic-style castle in Romania, Corvin was built by the Anjou family on the site of a former Roman camp. The castle served as a fortress until the mid-14th century when it became the residence of Transylvania's ruler, Iancu de Hunedoara. Iancu upgraded the fortress transforming it into the most stunning castle in Transylvania. The beautifully preserved structure features a sumptuous Knights' Hall, an impressive drawbridge, high buttresses, inner courtyards, a chapel and some 50 rooms resplendent with medieval art.