Incentives

Accent Events provides creative ideas and dependable support for your Incentive, handled by professionals who are intimately familiar with your destination – Romania. We work hand-in-hand with you to create that unique and magical Romania experience that your groups will never forget.

Our primary commitment is to provide specialized, sophisticated and customer-oriented services. Put your ideas in our hands, we have the will to make your incentive trip unforgettable.

We are available for the client before, during and after the execution of the program.

We can help you with these services:

  • Destination and venue consultancy
  • Incentives ideas and concepts
  • incentives planning and management
  • Air tickets booking
  • Meet and greet in the airport
  • Private transfers
  • VIP facilities
  • Private transfers
  • Accommodation booking
  • Express Check-in/ Check-out service
  • Logistic arrangements
  • Entertainment shows
  • Themed parties
  • Team building activities: creatives, actives, funny
  • Professional guides
  • Gifts and trophies
  • Rental special venues
  • Gala dinners and catering in special locations
  • Cocktail receptions
  • Cooking shows and activities
  • Wine tastings and cocktails show
  • Professional photographers
  • Photo fun and costumes
  • Team great activities (make your own concert, movie, show) with professional guidance
  • VIP's services
  • Professional assistance during the event.

Here are some Incentives programs. Please get in touch for more information.

Programs proposals

Amazing Highways: Transalpina & Transfagarasan

Bucharest at night

Probably you didn’t hear about Transalpina highway, but for sure you heard about Transfagarasan highway, at least from Top Gear show. This will be your unforgettable experience through the Carpathians mountains.

Day 1
Arrival at Bucharest. Transfer to the hotel. Dinner and night in 3 stars hotel.

Day 2
After breakfast be ready for one of the most memorable trips of your life. Departure to Horezu via Pitesti – Ramnicu Valcea. Stop at Horezu famous for traditional ceramic pottery and visit also the Horezu Monastery. Lunch on route. Stop for visit the Polovraci cave with its 9000 meters length and a horizontal main gallery. From it, you'll notice numerous tunnels and corridors branching out. Travel along a breathless landscape. Accommodation and dinner in 3 stars hotel / pension in Ranca – one of the newest mountain resort, situated at 1600 m altitude.

Day 3
Good morning in a sensational landscape. Breakfast and drive cross the mountains: left and right only untouched nature. Leave Transalpina road and stop for lunch and visit at Alba Iulia, the former capital of Transylvania with the Roman Catholic Cathedal - the oldest and most valuable monument of architecture in Transylvania, the Babilon Building – housing the National Museum of Unification, the Union Hall, The Apor Palace, the Princely Palace and the University of Alba Iulia. In the afternoon drive to Calnic, a fortified church built in the 13th century part of the UNESCO heritage.

Continuation till Sibiel, typical Transylvanian village where nature, tradition, culture and inhabitants’ hospitability join in a harmonious way. You can vist the Museum of painted Glass Icons (the largest collection of painted glass icons in Europe - more than 700, as well as furniture and ceramics).

Dinner and night in the peasant house. All the food is home made with natural ingredients.

Day 4
Breakfast and leave the village to arrive in one of the beautiful city of Transylvania: Sibiu, built in 12th century by the Transylvanian Saxons. For hundreds of years, this walled town in the heart of Transylvania was one of the most powerful and prosperous strongholds in Europe. Surrounded by imposing walls, Sibiu’s original fortifications included 39 defensive towers like: Harquebusiers’ Tower (Turnul Archebuzierilor), Carpenters’ Tower (Turnul Dulgherilor) and Potters’ Tower (Turnul Olarilor), five bulwarks, four gates and five artillery batteries. Visit Brukenthal Palace (Palatul Brukental) now the home of the Brukenthal Museum (Muzeul Brukenthal), the oldest and one of the finest art museums in the country. The palace was built by Baron Samuel von Brukenthal to serve as his official residence and house his collections of Romanian and Western art, 16th – 18th century religious sculptures and icons, stamps and coins, as well as an impressive library.

Departure to Sighisoara – the medieval citadel, designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this perfectly intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches rivals the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna for atmospheric magic. It is also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. His house is just one of the many attractions here. Others include the Church on the Hill with its 500-year-old frescoes, the 13th century Venetian House and the Church of the Dominican Monastery, known for its Transylvanian renaissance carved altarpiece, baroque pulpit, Oriental carpets and 17th century organ, the Clock Tower. Lunch and visit. In the afternoon be ready to meet Transfagarasan highway, who link Transylvania region of Muntenia region. Coffee break stop at Balea Lake. After that, at each step you’ll discover other amazing places: Balea waterfall, waterfall Capra, Vidraru Dam – considered by specialists a real jewelry of engineering. It was built, with many human sacrifices (about 80 persons lost their lives during its construction) between 1961 and 1966. Poienari Fortress is the former residence of Vlad the Impaller known as Dracula. Is located in the top of the mountain and it was built as a fortress against the Ottomans invaders. To arrive in the fortress you have to climb over 1000 stairs.
Dinner and night at Posada Vidraru hotel – 3 stars.

Day 5
After breakfast cruise on Vidraru lake. Departure to Bucharest with stop at Poienari Fortress – the former residence of Vlad the Impaller known as Dracula. Is located in the top of the mountain and it was built as a fortress against the Ottomans invaders. To arrive in the fortress you have to climb over 1000 stairs. Stop at Curtea de Arges – (former capital of Wallachia)to visit and find the Legend of Master Manole at Curtea de Arges Monastery. Lunch on route.

In the afternoon arrival in Bucharest (once known as the Little Paris). Panoramic sightseeing tour will introduce the guests to Romania’s capital city (the Arch of Triumph, the Romanian Atheneum, the Revolution Square, the Patriarchal Cathedral, the University etc).

Farewell dinner in traditional restaurant.

Day 6
Free morning for shopping or visit the huge Parliament Palace (the 2nd largest building in the world after the Pentagon) - depend of the flight schedule. Transfer at the airport. This program can be made only from June till beginning of September. Due the snowfalls Transfagarasan highway is closed in the rest of the year.


The package includes

  • 5 nights accommodation in 3 stars hotels, pensions and peasant home;
  • Full board: 5 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner (3 courses + mineral water),
    4 lunches (3 courses + mineral water);
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned car (for 2-3 pax), van, minibus or coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

Let's Party! Clubbing Tour of Bucharest!

Bucharest at night

2 nights / 3 days - Different Kind of City Break

Be welcome in the heart of Bucharest, the place where you’ll find the Latin blood of the Romanian people. In the historical center are concentrated many terraces, night clubs, pubs, bars where the party will end in the morning.

Day 1
Arrival at Bucharest. Meet the English speaking guide and transfer to the hotel downtown. Check in. Dinner in local restaurant. Clubbing start tour in the old center of Bucharest.

Day 2
Late morning or after lunch Bucharest city our with entrance in Parliament House, the second large building of the world after Pentagon. Dinner. Clubbing night tour.

Day 3
Time at disposal for shopping and transfer to the airport for departure.


The package includes

  • 2 nights accommodation in 4stars hotels;
  • Full board: 1 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner (3 courses + mineral water + wine), 1 lunch (3 courses + mineral water);
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned car (for 2-3 pax), van, minibus or coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

Tour of Romania: Transilvania - Bucovina

Tour of Romania

Day 1: Bucharest – Curtea de Arges (170 km)
Arrival at Bucharest airport in the afternoon. Departure to Curtea de Arges (former capital of Wallachia). Visit the Episcopal Church, dinner and accommodation – 3 stars hotel. (If arrival around noon, continue the drive northwards to Sibiu for dinner and accommodation in Ibis Hotel***)

Day 2: Curtea de Arges – Sibiu - Sighisoara (220 km)
Departure along the picturesque Olt Valley to Cozia Monastery (visit) and Sibiu (one of the oldest towns in Transylvania - formerly Hermannstadt – founded by the Saxon colonists). Lunch, guided walking tour of the medieval town, then departure to Sighisoara, birthplace of Vlad the Impaler (“Dracula”). Dinner and accommodation in Sighisoara – hotel 3 stars hotel.

Day 3: Sighisoara - Borgo Pass – Gura Humorului (300 km)
Morning visit the medieval citadel (the “Upper Town”). Departure via Targu Mures (lunch) across the mountains for Bucovina. Stop in the Borgo Pass (1200 m) at the “Dracula Castle” Hotel. Drive to Gura Humorului. Dinner and accommodation in 3 stars hotel.

Day 4: Tour of the painted Monsteries (170 km)
Visit to the unique painted monasteries of Moldovita, Sucevita, Humor and Voronet and to the black pottery workshop of Marginea. Lunch in Sucevita. Return to the hotel in Gura Humorului for dinner.

Day 5: Gura Humorului – Suceava - Piatra Neamt (200 km)
Departure to Suceava – visit the Ethnographical Museum, then visit to Dragomirna Monastery. Lunch in Suceava. Drive southwards to Targu Neamt – Agapia Monastery – Piatra Neamt. Dinner and accommodation – 3 stars hotel.

Day 6: Piatra Neamt – Brasov (250 km)
Departure across the mountains to Brasov through the spectacular Bicaz Gorges – the Red Lake – Gheorgheni – Miercurea Ciuc. Visit en route the beautiful fortified church of Prejmer. Arrival in Brasov. Dinner in a typical restaurant. Accommodation – 3 stars hotel.

Day 7: Brasov - Bran - Bucharest (210 km)
Sightseeing tour and guided walking tour in the historical center of Brasov (formerly Kronstadt) including the Black Church, then departure to Bran for visit to “Dracula’s Castle”. Drive across the mountains to Sinaia. Lunch in Sinaia, visit Sinaia Monastery (1695) and the fabulous Peles Castle – former summer residence of the Royal family. Afternoon drive south to Bucharest. Farewell dinner in a typical restaurant (Caru cu Bere or similar). Accommodation – good 3-stars hotel.

Day 8: Bucharest
In the morning Bucharest sightseeing tour including the outdoor Village Museum. Transfer to the airport.


The package includes

  • 7 nights accommodation in 3 stars hotels;
  • Full board: 6 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner (3 courses + mineral water), 6 lunches (3 courses + mineral water);
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned car (for 2-3 pax), van, minibus or coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

Scary Tour in Dracula's Land

Dracula's Tour in Romania

Welcome in Dracula’s Land. If you have exceed the fear of the first step in Romania, now on you’ll live the story of your life.

Day 1
Arrival at Bucharest International Airport. Meet the English speaking guide and transfers to the hotel. Dinner and night in 3 stars hotel in Bucharest.

Day 2
After breakfast we’ll leave Bucharest and we’ll go to discover Transylvania. Transylvania translates as "land beyond the forest" and there is much more to this region than vampires and blood-socked myths. This is an area of unspoiled beauty and much of it remains as it was in medieval times.
Arrive at Curtea de Arges (former capital of Wallachia) to visit and find the Legend of Master Manole at Curtea de Arges Monastery. After that, go to Poienari Fortress is the former residence of Vlad the Impaller known as Dracula. Vlad recognized the potential of the location and upon taking over the throne, he ordered that the structure be repaired and consolidated, turning it into one of his main fortresses. When the Turks attacked and captured the castle in 1462, Vlad escaped via a secret passageway leading north through the mountains. Although the castle was used for many years after Vlad's death in 1476, it was eventually abandoned again in the first half of the 16th century and left to the ravages of time and weather. You have to climb the 1,462 steps to reach the castle ruins.
Lunch at Vidraru Dam. Dinner and accommodation in Sibiel guest house – traditional Transylvanian village

Day 3
Good morning in a fairy tale landscape. Sibiu city tour - part of the UNESCO patrimony. This fantastic city with its colorful, gabled houses was the capital of the Transylvanian “Saxons” who called it. Hermannstadt.
It is a pedestrian-friendly city with two easily accessible levels: the Upper town, home to most of Sibiu's historic sights, and the Lower town, lined with colorful houses on cobblestone streets and bounded by imposing city walls and defense towers overlooking the river Cibin.
Lunch. Departure to Sighisoara, one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this perfectly intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches rivals the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna for atmospheric magic. It is also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler).
Dinner in the house in which Prince Vlad Dracul himself was born in 1431. Inside the restaurant was discovered on the wall, after washing off several layers of dye, a portrait of Vlad Dracul (his father). Night in 3 stars hotel in Sighisoara.

Day 4
Breakfast and walking tour in Sighisoara. Departure to Brasov, one of the most visited places in Romania due the great location, rounded by the Carpathians mountains, with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture. Stroll around the old Town Hall Square (Piata Sfatului) where you can admire colorfully painted and ornately trimmed baroque structures. Take a peek inside the Black Church (Biserica Neagra), the largest gothic church in Romania. Its name derives from damage caused by the Great Fire of 1689, when flames and smoke blackened its walls. The interior is impressive and well-kept and houses one of the largest organs in Eastern Europe.
Lunch in the historical center.
In the afternoon departure to Bran. Surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend and perched high atop a 200-foot-high rock, Bran Castle owes its fame to its imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Bram Stocker’s Dracula. Built on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212, the castle was first documented in an act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilege to build the Citadel.
We’ll make your visit to this unique location as memorable as possible. The trip highlight will undoubtedly be the dinner at Vlad the Impaler's ancestral home, Bran Castle. Will Dracula make an appearance? You can Count on it!
We are pleased to invite you to take part to a great story, with young knights and their beloved ladies. Yes, is true, you will live for a few moments in the medieval time. They will race through old songs and dance, men will fight bravely with strong arms and iron ambition. Usually, they work hard for their family. Night in 3 stars hotel in Bran.

Day 5
Breakfast and departure to Sinaia. Visit the fabulous Peles Castle, a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture, considered by many one of the most stunning castles in Europe. Commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883, the castle served as the summer residence of the royal family until 1947. Its 160 rooms are adorned with the finest examples of European art, Murano crystal chandeliers, German stained-glass windows and Cordoba leather-covered walls. King Ferdinand, who succeeded Carol I, commissioned the smaller, art nouveau-style Pelisor Castle nearby. Pelisor's 70 rooms feature a unique collection of turn-of-the century Viennese furniture and Tiffany and Lalique glassware. Also worth exploring in town is Sinaia Monastery, founded by Prince Mihai Cantacuzino in 1695, and named after the great Sinai Monastery on Mount Sinai. The monastery served as the residence of the royal family until Peles Castle was built, and now is home to a monastic establishment.
Lunch in restaurant in Sinaia and then, drive to Bucharest with stop at Snagov Monastery – according to the legend, Vlad Dracul was buried after his assassination. One hundred years after the church at Snagov was built (1364), Vlad Tepes added fortress walls and a dungeon. A plaque on the floor of the church marks the grave with the presumed remains of the ruler. The monastery, located on an island on the far side of the lake.
Special dinner in Count Dracula’s restaurant where everything is stained by blood and red wine.

Day 6
Free time to put all your memories about Dracula’s Land in your luggage to be ready for your home flight.


The package includes

  • 5 nights accommodation in 3 stars hotels, pensions and peasant home;
  • Full Board: 4 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner (3 courses + mineral water), 4 lunches (3 courses + mineral water);
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned car (for 2-3 pax), van, minibus or coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

A Transylvanian Story

Discover Transylvania

Day 1
Arrival at Bucharest airport in the afternoon. Meet your English-speaking guide and transfer to Bucharest. Visit the Village Museum - the oldest outdoor ethnographic museum in Europe. Check-in at a 4-star hotel in Bucharest. Dinner in a local restaurant. Accommodation.

Day 2
In the morning panoramic sightseeing tour of Bucharest - once known as the “Little Paris” - a green city with large tree-linen boulevards dominated by many architectural styles, from classical, baroque and French renaissance to Art Deco and modern style. You will see the Triumphal Arch, the Romanian Athenaeum, the Church of the Patriarchate, the University Square, the old town as well as the Parliament Palace - the 2nd largest building in the World after the Pentagon. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon visit the National Art Museum inside the Royal Palace. Dinner and accommodation in a 4-star hotel.

Day 3
After an early breakfast, departure to Brasov (formerly Kronstadt), a city founded in the 13th century by Saxon colonists which still preserves its medieval look in the old districts. City tour and a guided walking tour through the old town center. Traditional lunch in Poiana Brasov.
Visit Poiana Brasov – amazing mountain resort. Drive to Bran. Visit the medieval castle (1377) turned in 1922 into a summer residence for Queen Mary. Medieval Show at the Bran Castle. We are pleased to invite you to take part to a great story, with young knights and their beloved ladies. Yes, is true, you will live for a few moments in the medieval time. They will race through old songs and dance, men will fight bravely with strong arms and iron ambition. Usually, they work hard for their family.
Dinner and night in 3 stars hotel in Bran.

Day 4
In the morning drive to Sinaia, a mountain town surnamed the “Pearl of the Carpathians” for a visit to the fabulous Peles Castle, one of the most beautiful Royal residences in Europe. The Castle was built by King Carol I between 1975 – 1914 and has been the last refuge for King Michael before his abdication in 1947. Departure to Bucharest airport for the home flight.


The package includes

  • 3 nights accommodation in 4 stars hotels, pensions and peasant home;
  • Full board: 3 dinners: 2 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner inside the Castle (3 courses + mineral water + wine), 4 lunches (3 courses + mineral water);
  • Rental fee for the castle
  • Medieval show in Dracula’s Castle
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

Simply Surprising Romania

Discover Transylvania

Day 1: Bucharest - Sinaia
Arrival at Bucharest. Meet the English speaking guide and departure to Sinaia in the Carpathian Mountains. Visit to the the Sinaia Monastery (1695) and the fabulous Peles Castle (former summer residence of the Royal family) in Sinaia. Lunch in Sinaia. In the afternoon drive to Brasov. Sightseeing tour and guided walking tour in the historical center of Brasov (formerly Kronstadt) including the Black Church. Drive on to Poiana Brasov – best known Romanian mountain resort (elevation 1,030 m.). Dinner in a typical restaurant. Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Poiana Brasov.

Day 2: Bran - Brasov - Sighisoara
In the morning drive to Bran and visit to “Dracula’s” Castle. Drive to Brasov for lunch and on to Sighisoara. Founded by German craftsmen and merchants known as the Saxons of Transylvania, Sighisoara is a fine example of a small, fortified medieval town which played an important strategic and commercial role on the fringes of central Europe for several centuries. Sighisoara, one of the most beautiful towns in the heart of Transylvania, looks today much as it did 500 years ago. This medieval town was also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula - nicknamed Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler) - ruler of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. Dinner and overnight - Sighisoara Hotel 3 stars or similar.

Day 3: Sighisoara – Gura Humorului
Visit the highlights of the medieval citadel (the “Upper Town”): the Clock Tower, the covered Stairway, the Church on the Hill etc.) and lunch in Dracula’s House. In the afternoon, drive to Bucovina region. Dinner and overnight in a 3-star hotel in Gura Humorului.

Day 4: Monasteries Of Bucovina – Piatra Neamt
Full day to discover the UNESCO Monastery of Bucovina with outside frescoes. Bucovina is worth visiting, not only for its wealth of religious art and the beautiful monasteries, but also for the natural beauty and simplicity of the region. It is a territory with clean unspoiled nature. It has a unique landscape: thick forests and imposing crests ("obcine"), branching off from the Carpathians, which allow a wonderful panorama of valleys, with houses scattered here and there, with large gardens and farm yards inviting one to lie down by the haystacks and look up at the blue sky with its marvelous hues. Humor - in the picturesque village Humor, surrounded by old trees and dewy fields, Humor Monastery is set on a hill’s top in one of the most fascinating of the Suceava count. The Church of the Humor Monastery is a famous foundation of the Middle Ages. The all style of the sacred monument, but especially the fresco-painting is strongly connected of salvation's idea of the people; people whom look to the scenes of the salvation's history and they feel the irresistible attraction of the Christian's consummation. Voronet - The Holy Voronet Monastery is an artistic expression of our true faith, and also shows the refinement of our people and their love of all beautiful things. It is our prayer that as well as encouraging meditation, a visit to our all those who come here from all over the world. Sucevita - In the cultural-artistic ensemble of the Sucevita Monastery, the visitor anxious to know the medieval art of the 15th-16th centuries finds also wood and stone carvings, embroideries, illuminated manuscripts and silver objects. Thanks to its complex value and especially to its cultural religious educative role, the fame of the Sucevita Monastery has long gone beyond the country’s frontiers. This splendid gem of the Romanian Orthodoxy stands finely among the world culture masterpieces. The Sucevita Monastery, that has for four centuries stood proof, by the mountain foot, to the Romanians ancestral belief and history, will endure over more centuries, keeping alive the torch of the Romanian Orthodox spirituality.
Lunch on route. Dinner and night 3 stars hotel in Piatra Neamt.

Day 5: Piatra Neamt - Tulcea
In the morning Piatra Neamt city tour and departure to Tulcea with stop for visiting Neamt Monastery. Lunch and wine tasting in Buzau area. Dinner and overnight - Delta Hotel*** in Tulcea.

Day 6: Tulcea
Full day cruise in the Danube Delta including lunch on board. One of the most complex such formation worldwide, the Delta has evolved around the three arms of the Danube: Chilia, Sulina and Sfantu Gheorghe. Some 300 species of birds make Danube’s Delta their home, including cormorants, white tailed eagles and glossy ibises. Birds are not the only inhabitants of the Delta. There is also a rich community of fish and animals; from wildcats, foxes and wolves, to even an occasional boar or deer. Altogether, 3,450 animal species can be seen here, as well as 1,700 plant species. Dinner and accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Tulcea.

Day 7: Bucharest
Full day to discover the capital city of Romania. There is not just one Bucharest. A place of contrasts and of paradoxes, a settlement built in the middle of a plain that seems endless, Bucharest gathers within its boundaries several towns that coexist, ignoring one or another. Legend has it that the foundations of the town were laid centuries ago by a shepherd called Bucur (“the city of joy”). You will see the Triumphal Arch, the Romanian Athenaeum, the Church of the Patriarchate, the University Square, the old town as well as the Parliament Palace - the 2nd largest building in the World after the Pentagon.
Lunch in the historical center. Dinner in local restaurant. Night in 3 stars hotel.

Day 8: Transfer to Airport
Free time at disposal and transfer to the airport.


The package includes

  • 7 nights accommodation in 3 stars hotels, pensions and peasant home;
  • Full board: 6 standard dinners (3 courses + mineral water) and 1 special dinner (3 courses + mineral water + wine), 6 lunches (3 courses + mineral water);
  • Danube Delta cruise;
  • English speaking guide from arrival till departure;
  • Air-conditioned car (for 2-3 pax), van, minibus or coach for all the above itinerary and program;
  • Entrance fees to all the above mentioned museums, castles and sites;
  • All Romanian taxes.

The package does not include

  • Photo fees in museums and monasteries;
  • Porterage in hotels;
  • Any tipping and personal expenses.

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