I’m always wondering how many days you need to see Transylvania. The answer is as simple as it is complicated: as many as you need or as many you as have. Two days tour is possible too short, 7 days can be too long. For this reason I designed a tour that gives to the Read more about Transylvania essentials: a guided tour[…]
This is what Transfagarasan road trip is about: flocks of sheep flowing on the slopes of the mountains, cars moving like ants on the meanders of the road laid over the Carpathians, briskly streams, rushing to the valleys, and at the end, the sky converging to the Transylvanian plateau.
I have to admit, until a few weeks ago I wasn’t a big fan of enduro motor sport. I knew that in Sibiu, every year in July is organised the toughest hard enduro motor bike rally in the world, but so far I was watching only the Prologue, which was taking place in one of Read more about The Romaniacs experience[…]
I have to confess that almost all of my tourists are wanting to visit the Bran Castle on their way to Brasov, from Sibiu. But the last excursion to Brasov was different, as my guests had already seen the famous Transylvanian Castle, also known as Dracula Castle. So, I tried to built an itinerary with Read more about This is not a Castle Tour[…]
There are already 4 years since I have started the adventure of being a tour guide. I still remember my first tour with a 70 years old lady from New York, traveling alone in Eastern Europe. We went to Sarmisegetuza and the tour was perfect. I picked her up in the morning from her hotel, Read more about Why you shouldn’t book a tour with me[…]
Transafagarasan road tour is an unforgettable experience: breathtaking views, pure air, endless curves and sheer drops. In some days, you can literally touch the clouds. This summer is was one of the most demanded tours by my tourists, and even I drove on this road dozens time, I’m still enjoying each time, because the road is Read more about Picnic on Transfagarasan[…]
In July I meet Barry, a retired priest from USA, who was visiting Romania for the fourth time, in his effort to learn Romanian language. We had a tour to Sarmisegetuza (Regia and Ulpia), Densus Church and the next day to Marginimea Sibiului. We spent hours discussing about religion, Latin languages, Romania’s history, Dacians and Romans, Read more about A few impressions about my tours to Sarmisegetuza[…]
I just came from the guided tour to Marginimea Sibiului, the magnificent rural area located just a few kilometers from Sibiu. Together with my guests from UK, we attended the Sunday mass at one of villeges from Marginime, admiring the simple beauty of the national costume, still proudly worn by the local people on special occasions . Read more about The first trip to Marginimea Sibiului we had this year[…]