The Prince of Wales purchased his first
Transylvanian property in 2006 – an
18th-century Saxon house in the village of
Viscri – and again in 2010 in the village of
Zalanpatak. The wildlife surrounding each of
the properties is diverse and the countryside
offers various activities such as botanical
excursions, hiking and horse riding.
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Fly to Bucharest and transfer to the Hotel
Athenee Palace Hilton for 2 nights. (N)
Morning tour of Bucharest. View the Old Princely
Court, the Royal Palace and visit the Palace of the
Parliament, which is the third largest building in
the world. Afternoon at leisure. (B)
Morning drive to Transylvania. Afternoon
at leisure. Stay 3 nights in Viscri village / at
Malancrav Manor*. (B, D)
Full-day tour to the medieval town of Brasov to
view the Piata Sfatului, one of the finest baroque
squares in the country with a 15th-century town
hall. Visit the Black Church, the largest gothic
church between Vienna and Istanbul, which has
a collection of more than 300 Ottoman rugs. See
St Nicholas’ Church and discover Romania’s first
school. Continue to Bran castle. (B, D)
Full day at leisure. (B, D)
Morning at leisure. Afternoon drive to Bucharest
and overnight at the Athenee Palace Hilton (B)
Day 7: Fly home (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.
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is the second of the guesthouses that the Prince
of Wales has purchased in the region in
co-operation with Count Kalnoky. The supplement
for staying at this property is £150 per person for
Built in 1914 the 5 star Athenee Palace Hilton is centrally located in Bucharest, close to the historic Cotroceni Palace. The 272 rooms are comfortably decorated with modern amenities. Facilities include four restaurants, a bar, an indoor swimming pool and health...
Originally built for the former "judge" who oversaw the glass manufacture in the village during the 17th and 18th centuries, this Saxon farmhouse complex was purchased by HRH, The Prince of Wales in conjunction with Count Kálnoky in 2010. It is comprised of several farmhouse buildings and offers five double rooms with en suite bathrooms to its guests. The centre point of Count Kálnoky Manor is the main house, which offers a dining and drawing room, which features a 7-metre-high ceiling and a large fireplace. Due to its location in woodland, the property has a rich biodiversity with mineral springs, small brooks and extensive flower...
Purchased in 2006 by HRH The Prince of Wales to promote eco-tourism in the region, the Viscri Guesthouse is a converted 18th-century Saxon farm house which offers three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Lunch or dinner can be taken outside at traditional long tables set in the garden or in the main dining room. The house still features original furniture and rugs from the previous centuries and offers an excellent insight into rural Romanian...
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PRIN2017: 6 Nights