discovering the rich and varied culture and countryside of Eastern Europe, Visiting 'Dracula's Castle' and charming Slavic villages, exploring the spectacular Eastern European capitals of Budapest and Istanbul
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From pastoral countryside to forbidding forests and magnificent mountain ranges, experience the romance of the east on your way from Budapest to Istanbul. In two well-packed weeks, explore the weathered architecture of Budapest and grand Ottoman palaces and mosques in Istanbul for an introduction to the artistic and cultural heights of two very different empires. With an intriguing combination of cultural colour and outdoor activities, you'll come away with a real feel for this lesser-explored corner of Europe.
Arrive at any time.
Orientation walk of Budapest, overnight train to Sighisoara.
Local guided trip to traditional villages and Romanian countryside.
Ride the rails to the city of Brasov, the best preserved medieval city in Romania. Explore the 'Black Church' or enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafés.
Travel to Bucharest via 'Dracula's Castle' at Bran and Snagov. Orientation walk of Bucharest.
Hike to Arbanasi village. Optional mountain biking opportunities.
Visit Kaleto fortress.
Orientation walk of Sofia.
Day visit to Plovdiv town, onward travel by overnight bus to Istanbul.
Orientation walk. Options for free time include the Blue Mosque, the Grand Bazaar, Aya Sofya and the Tokapi Palace.
Depart at any time.
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