Romanian Classic Beauties. It's love at first sight.

Romania has many world-renowned places you must see. Dracula's Castle, Painted Churches, Medieval Fortresses, the Danube Delta - to name just a few of the unique sights you'll love and remember.

RINA Tours & Travel introduces RINA Classic Tours. A set of unique tours designed to bring you to the most famous and unforgettable places in Romania. We planned every little detail, so you can enjoy a perfect vacation. From fast and comfortable transportation to tasty traditional Romanian food and splendid accommodations, everything reflects RINA's solid experience and professionalism. What's more, you'll be traveling accompanied by well-informed guides, so you can find out the secret stories of Romania.

See below our Classic Tours and make sure you book early. If you want a custom-made experience, we can also help.

Day 1

  • Arrival at Henri Coanda Airport
  • Transfer to Bucharest (the capital city of Romania, built in 1459 by the legendary Vlad the Impaler, aka Dracula of the medieval legends)
  • Accommodation and dinner at one of Bucharest's finest hotels

Day 2

  • Visit to the Ancient Court of Vlad the Impaler in Bucharest
  • Visit to the Palace of the Parliament (the 2nd biggest building in the world after Pentagon, built by the communist dictator Ceausescu)
  • Lunch at Snagov, near an ancient monastery (1408) where Dracula is supposedly buried
  • Arrival at Brasov (the gateway to mysterious Transylvania, also referred to as "the land beyond the forests")
  • Accommodation at RINA Vista Hotel in Poiana Brasov Resort
  • Traditional Romanian dinner at Coliba Haiducilor in Poiana Brasov Resort: you'll listen to gypsy fiddlers, eat "sarmale cu mamaligutza" and drink "tzuica"

Day 3

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit to the Bran Castle (aka Dracula's Castle, built in 1377 by the Saxons and used as military headquarter by the Count himself)
  • Visit to the medieval fortress Rasnov (built in the 12th century to fend off the Huns; perfectly preserved in its original state)
  • Lunch at Stana Turistica (a renowned Romanian traditional restaurant in Poiana Brasov)
  • Visit to the Black Church and the Old Square of Council in Brasov (wonders of Saxon architecture)
  • Departure to Sighisoara
  • Accommodation and dinner at Casa Wagner 4**** Hotel

Day 4

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Tour of Sighisoara (the only inhabited medieval fortress in Europe, and the place of birth of Prince Vlad the Impaler)
  • Lunch at Dracula Restaurant (the place where Dracula was born, and where, on a wall, was discovered an authentic portrait of Vlad's father)
  • Horse riding (optional)
  • Return to Poiana Brasov for dinner and accommodation.

Day 5

  • Departure from Brasov
  • Arrival at Sinaia Resort (called "the Pearl of the Carpathians")
  • Visit to Peles and Pelisor castles (the former summer residence of the Romanian regal family)
  • Lunch at Taverna Sarbului (a restaurant much loved by the Orient Express travelers)
  • Festive dinner at Sinaia Hotel.

Day 6

  • Copious breakfast
  • Transfer to airport

Day 1

  • Arrival at Henri Coanda Airport
  • Transfer to Bucharest (the capital city of Romania, built in 1459 by the legendary Vlad the Impaler, aka Dracula of the medieval legends)
  • Accommodation and dinner at one of Bucharest's finest hotels

Day 2

  • Visit to the Ancient Court of Vlad the Impaler in Bucharest
  • Visit to the Palace of the Parliament (the 2nd biggest building in the world after Pentagon, built by the communist dictator Ceausescu)
  • Lunch at Snagov, near an ancient monastery (1408) where Dracula is supposedly buried
  • Arrival at Brasov (the gateway to mysterious Transylvania, also referred to as "the land beyond the forests")
  • Accommodation at RINA Vista Hotel in Poiana Brasov Resort
  • Traditional Romanian dinner at Coliba Haiducilor in Poiana Brasov Resort: you'll listen to gypsy fiddlers, eat "sarmale cu mamaligutza" and drink "tzuica"

Day 3

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit to the Bran Castle (aka Dracula's Castle, built in 1377 by the Saxons and used as military headquarter by the Count himself)
  • Visit to the medieval fortress Rasnov (built in the 12th century to fend off the Huns; perfectly preserved in its original state)
  • Lunch at Stana Turistica (a renowned Romanian traditional restaurant in Poiana Brasov)
  • Visit to the Black Church and the Old Square of Council in Brasov (wonders of Saxon architecture)
  • Departure to Sighisoara
  • Accommodation and dinner at Casa Wagner 4**** Hotel

Day 4

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Tour of Sighisoara (the only inhabited medieval fortress in Europe, and the place of birth of Prince Vlad the Impaler)
  • Lunch at Dracula Restaurant (the place where Dracula was born, and where, on a wall, was discovered an authentic portrait of Vlad's father)
  • Horse riding (optional)
  • Return to Poiana Brasov for dinner and accommodation.

Day 5

  • Departure from Brasov
  • Arrival at Sinaia Resort (called "the Pearl of the Carpathians")
  • Visit to Peles and Pelisor castles (the former summer residence of the Romanian regal family)
  • Lunch at Taverna Sarbului (a restaurant much loved by the Orient Express travelers)
  • Festive dinner at Sinaia Hotel.

Day 6

  • Copious breakfast
  • Transfer to airport

Day 1

  • Arrival at Henri Coanda Airport
  • Transfer to Bucharest (the capital city of Romania, built in 1459)
  • Accommodation at Hotel Venezia or Hotel Opera (both are very chic hotels)
  • Tour of Bucharest, includes a visit to the Palace of the Parliament (the 2nd biggest building in the world after Pentagon)
  • Dinner at Terasa Doamnei Restaurant or Pescarus (folkloric program included)

Day 2

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure to Tulcea (a city founded by Greek colonists in ancient times)
  • Wine tasting and lunch at Niculitel Vineyard
  • Accommodation and dinner at Esplanada Hotel in Tulcea (a lovely hotel facing the Danube).

Day 3

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Tour of Tulcea, includes a visit to the Delta Museum
  • Lunch at the hotel
  • Boat ride to Sulina (a prosperous port and the most Eastern point of Romania)
  • Accommodation and diner at Marina Board & Lodging

Day 4

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Boat ride on the Delta's channels, so you can admire the unique fauna and flora of the Danube Delta
  • 5-hour tour: Sulina - Letea - Letea Forest - Sulina
  • Lunch - local fish specialties
  • Tour of Sulina followed by dinner at Marina Board & Lodging

Day 5

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure to Constanta (the biggest Romanian port, and in the past an ancient Greek colony called Tomis)
  • City tour of Constanta and a visit to Mamaia (the best resort at the Black Sea)
  • Lunch in one of the resorts.
  • Departure to Bucharest and airport

Day 1

  • Arrival at Henri Coanda airport
  • Departure to Panciu (a town in Vrancea County renowned for its wines), where we'll dine and taste some wine at the famous Stefan cel Mare Cellars
  • Accommodation at Central Hotel in Piatra Neamt City

Day 2

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure to Sucevita (the Moldavian village where the famous painted Sucevita Church is located)
  • Amazing sights on the way: Bicaz Lake, Poiana Largului and Neamt Fortress
  • Visit to Sihastria, Neamt and Arbore Monasteries (the last one is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List)
  • Accommodation and dinner at Popasul Bucovina Inn (a place frequented by Prince Charles)

Day 3

  • Copious breakfast at the inn
  • Visit to the famous Sucevita, Moldovita and Putna Monasteries (all part of the UNESCO World Heritage List)
  • On the way, we'll have time to enjoy the beautiful scenery
  • Dinner at Popasul Bucovina Inn

Day 4

  • Copious breakfast at the inn
  • Departure to Poiana Brasov (the most famous ski resort in Romania)
  • Amazing wild sights on the way: Red Lake, Bicaz Canyon
  • Accommodation and dinner at RINA Vista Hotel in Poiana Brasov

Day 5

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Tour of Poiana Brasov Ski Resort
  • Tour of Brasov City: the Walls of Brasov Fortress, the Narrowest Street in the World, the Black Church, the Old Square of Council (all wonders of Saxon architecture)
  • Dinner, wine tasting and folkloric program at Cerbul Carpatin Restaurant

Day 6

  • Copious breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure to Bucharest
  • Amazing sights along Prahova River Valley: Predeal (the highest town in Romania), Azuga, Busteni and Sinaia Resort (called "the Pearl of the Carpathians")
  • Arrival at Bucharest and visit to the Palace of the Parliament (the 2nd biggest building in the world after Pentagon)
  • Transfer to airport