Taking a few hours out of your day to explore a new city is probably the best thing you can do. What’s even better is having a half-day guided tour. These tours allow you to get the most out of your holiday, without using a number of days to do it.
Sights and Bites Tour
The half-day Sights and Bites tour is a brilliant way to discover the amazing architecture, delicious food, and the welcoming people of Brasov all in one morning and afternoon. Trust us, the food is definitely worth trying.
The tour will take you to see the Black Church, the biggest Gothic church in Eastern Europe, you can drink fresh water straight from the Carpathian Mountains, explore the narrowest streets in the world, and take in the beauty of the city.
Rafting in Brasov
One of the more unique things you can do in Brasov is rafting. With the difficulty levels ranging from beginner to expert, this is a great family-fun activity, as well as great for expert and passionate rafters.
There is also more to do than just rafting, there are also beautiful waterfalls to enjoy, there are also water games to take part in as well as amusements. There are life jackets available and you do not need to be able to swim to enjoy the rafting.
Brasov Candlelight Tour
Brasov is an ancient city that blends centuries-old architecture with a modern flair. Walking through this city during the day is a breathtaking experience in of itself, but walking through it at night takes it to a new level.
The two-hour walking tour takes you through one of the most pleasing Transylvanian cities. Walk through the Council City Square, the Black Church, as well as Catherine’s Gate, which had been built up by the Saxons during their time in Brasov.
History Walking Tour of Brasov
This 3-hour walking tour of Brasov, which you can take either in the morning or afternoon, will take you through the city with stops and the most important historical and cultural locations in the city.
The tour will take you to the most famous sites in the city, such as the Black Church, the City Hall Square, the famous “Rope Street”, the Saint Nicholas Church, the White Tower, the Black Tower, and many other locations.
Gastronomical Walking Tour
If you are a foodie or looking to expand your pallets horizons, the Gastronomical Walking Tour is the thing for you. Even if you are just wanting to experience some of the unique flavors and tastes Brasov and Romania has to offer, you won’t leave disappointed.
This area of Romania offers some delightful, local alcoholic fruit drinks, paired with delicious cheeses from the neighboring Szekler region. The Eastern Carpathians offers you some amazing sausage, which is included in many of the tasty onion and potato dishes the area is known for.