DAY 1: Arrival on Henry Coanda airport. Transfer and accommodation. Departure to Baneasa Shopping
City (www.baneasashoppingcity.ro) – the place where fashion lovers will find the most important brands
and more. Optional: a short city tour with visit to Village Museum, open air museum. We can continue
the shopping tour to Unirea Shopping Center (www.unireashop.ro) – the place where you will find more
then you can imagine. After so much shopping, it is time for dinner at Pescarus restaurant with folk music
and dance. Accommodation or enjoy the night life in the old part of Bucharest.
DAY 2: Breakfast at the hotel. Fashion House Outlet Centre (www.fashionhouse.ro) – the place which
has prices up to 70% less all year round! Fashion House Outlet Centre is the only outlet center in
Romania, where you can find international and national brands, at more affordable prices than regular
stores. Fashion House Outlet Centre should not expect reductions, they greet you every day.
For more shopping we can stop at Military Shopping Centre (www.militari-shopping.ro) – the place
where you can live unique experiences of shopping and leisure. The shopping tour will end with
AFI Palace Mall (www.aficotroceni.ro). It’s not just a mall, but a center with many facilities dedicated
to people who want to relax both day and night. AFI Palace Cotroceni is the heart of the city, ideal
destination for shopping, entertainment, leisure and business. Transfer to Henry Coanda airport for
return flight to Tel Aviv.
One day trips from BUCHAREST Dracula’s Castle ; Mogosoaia Palace and Monastery and Urlateanu
Vineyard, One day tour to Sinaia and Azuga; Trip to Snagov; Full day Bucharest; Therme Spa and
One day tour to Dracula’s Castle
Take the road to the legendary Bran Castle, also
known as Dracula’s Castle. On the road we will visit
Sinaia, “The Pearl of the Prahova Valley” with it’s
magnificent Peles Castle, the Royal’s family summer
residence built in Bavarese style.
Brasov City, which still keeps the medieval atmosphere
of the times long forgotten surrounded by
walls and with narrow streets. Our last objective will
be Dracula’s Castle, a place between myth and reality.
The Peles Castle:This is one of the best-preserved
royal palaces in Europe. It served as the summer residence
of the first Hohenzollern king of Romania, Carol I.
Bran Castle is a national monument and landmark in
Romania. Commonly known as „Dracula’s Castle”, it is
marketed as the home of the titular character in Bram
Stoker’s Dracula. There are persistent myths that it
was once the home of Vlad Tepes, ruler of Wallachia.
Council Square lies in the center of Brasov and is
known for yearly markets and fairs since 1364., Piata
Sfatului was also used for public humiliation and
The Black Church Brasov: one of the largest Gothic
Style monuments of Romania, it has a priceless value
because of the treasures it still houses and for its historical