Want to Discover the Exciting Romania?
You may do this from the distance, in your privacy of your home, just by browsing our original photo collections: this site hosts more than 1,700 original photos taken on some of our previous tours
You can ask us for a personalised offer for a private trip in Romania, if you want to:
- secure a personalised deal for a private trip with your own dedicated English speaking licensed local tour guide in Romania;
- seek your family roots in Romania;
- see Dracula’s castle (or maybe even meet him), or to travel to Sinaia or Brașov;
- get a glimpse of the history, people, food, traditions and places in Romania;
- taste the real authentic Romanian food or wines;
- find a special gift for the loved ones
So… why a private tour in Romania?
10 reasons why to book a private tour to Romania. And why NOT TO JOIN an organised tour.
- On a private trip you can choose (sometimes even change) the route;
- There are some sights that no tour group is going to show you (like local outdoor markets meant for residents);
- On a private trip you can sometimes change even the dates;
- On a private trip you can choose the hotels;
- On a private trip you can choose where, when and what to eat;
- On a private trip the guide will only be focused on you;
- On a private trip you can choose which attractions to visit, and for how long;
- On a private trip you are only among friends and family;
- The worst nightmare for travel is to sit on a big tour bus and watch the world go by;
- You will always stand out from the crowd with your own Licensed Tour Guide in Romania
All our offers include:
- a local licensed tour guide in Romania for your private tour;
- minibus of 8 + 1, 14, 16 + 1 or 19 + 1 tourists;
- all costs of the minibus (including driver, fuel, insurance and parking costs);
- full accommodation (hotels on your choosing, air-conditioned non-smoking rooms, wi-fi). Breakfasts included.
Our offers do NOT include:
- your flight tickets / travel arrangements to/from Romania;
- your Travel Insurance;
- meals, except for the breakfasts *;
- entrance tickets to sites / attractions (usually 2,5 – 8 € per person) *;
- your personal expenses;
- tips for service providers abroad (waiters for example).
* Other meals may also be included in the offer by demand
Offer and acceptance is a traditional approach in contract law. The offer and acceptance formula, developed in the 19th century, identifies a moment of formation when the parties are of one mind. The expression of an offer may take different forms, such as a letter, newspaper advertisement, fax, email and even conduct, as long as it communicates the basis on which the offeror is prepared to contract. An offeror may revoke an offer before it has been accepted, but the revocation must be communicated to the offeree. Acceptance: a promise or act on the part of an offeree indicating a willingness to be bound by the terms and conditions contained in an offer. The acceptance must be communicated by the offeree, that is, the person to whom the offer is made.