Alba Iulia, Câlnic, and Sibiel
Have you ever wondered why the Alba Carolina citadel from Alba Iulia looks like a star seen from above? If so, we will find this out in our one day trip, where we will visit also Calnic and Sibiel.
Highlights of the day:
• Alba Carolina fortress
• Coronation Cathedral
• The fortified church from Câlnic (UNESCO Heritage)
• The Museum of painted icons on glass
The detailed description
In Alba Iulia, we have the main objective the Alba Carolina citadel, a fortification built in the Vauban style. In the seven-pointed star, we will find historical buildings such as The Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and the Coronation Cathedral (Catedrala Reîntregirii Neamului). We can also visit the Batthyaneum library, where we will find manuscripts and books attesting the most important historical moments of Romania. Other important points are The Unification Hall and The National Museum.
After a short introduction in the Romanian history, we travel further to Câlnic, where we will transpose ourselves further into the medieval period. The castle has been renovated and is today an international cultural center. Then, we will go further to Sibiel to experience a traditional Romanian village from Transylvania.
In Sibiel we will visit The Museum of painting icons on glass, a traditional art from the Sibiel area. A carriage ride is also in our program. Optional: The carriage ride will lead us to a peasant family where we are going to have a traditional dinner.
• Specialized tour guide
• All transfers occur in a comfortable bus PKW / Minivan
• Fuel, parking fees and road taxes
• The carriage ride
• Entrance fee to Câlnic
• The dinner at a peasant family: € 18 / person
€ 124 / person
Minimum number of participants: 2 persons.
For groups of more than 4 people, the price will be set per group.
8 - 10 hours
All year round, with at least 72 hours in advance.
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