The history of Romania begins here


  • From: 2018-11-18
  • To: 2018-11-23

Oltenia is one of the oldest and the most beautiful regions of Romania; on its territory tourists can find a multitude of fascinating sightseeing options such as Roman camps, Dacian fortresses and medieval mansions.

Oltenia is also famous for its spectacular natural scenery, ancient places of worship, monasteries and convents, which have become historical monuments. Three of the many resorts of national interest provided by the Danube river are found in Oltenia. These spectacular sites are the Danube Gorge (Clisura Cunarii), Cazanele Miici (Small Cauldrons) and Cazanele Mari (Big Cauldrons).

This Oltenia region boasts of many water attractions untapped by tourists and a large number of caves, gorges and ravines that are yet to be appreciably exploited by tourism. Major tourism investments were made in spa and winter sports tourism here; Oltenia is currently one of the largest ski areas in the Romanian mountains.

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Craiova, the story begins.

    Arrival in Craiova, accommodation, visiting park and Craiova historical centre (downtown).

    Craiova - is the largest city in the South West of Romania and is located on the ruins of the ancient Geto-Dacian settlement, Pelendava, dating back to the period 400-350, ie.

    The most important tourist points are Nicolae Romanescu Park and Botanical Garden.

    At request of Nicolae P. Romanescu, the mayor of Craiova at that time (1898), the park was designed by the French architect Édouard Redont. In 1900, the park's plans won a gold medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition (1900). The construction began in 1901 and was completed in 1903. The total area of the park is 96 hectares and includes, besides the ornamental plantations of trees and shrubs, a stretch of water of over 4 ha, a 20-ha hippodrome, roads, alleys and paths that stretch over 35 km. and is considered to be the largest natural park in eastern Europe.

    The park also features an amphitheatre , a small zoo, one of the oldest in the country, inaugurated in 1906 and several restaurants.

  • Day 2 - Ocnele Mari Saline,Horezu and Polovragi Cave

    Horezu - The capital of the Romanian folk pottery

    Saline Ocnele Mari, Horezu and workshops of craftsmen working with clay, Polovragi Cave.

    The town's emblematic activity is pottery. The Olari ceramic centre is the most important pottery centre in Romania. Pottery is an inherited skill in the families of the potters who have preserved and handed down from parents to children the technoques of clay handling and its metamorphosis.

    The city of Horezu is best known for the traditional pottery for its 17th century monastery.

    The town is well known for its people who make pottery and their crafts at an annual fair (see Horezu ceramics). There are special traditions which have been well preserved.
    This is an area of historical and monastic character, oriented towards Romanian handicraft activities such as pottery, weaving, religious painting and wood carving.

    Saline Ocnele Mari

    The Ocnele Mari saline is located in Ocnele Mari, in Valcea County, in the central-southern part of Romania, in the Subcarpathian region of Valcea. The Ocnele Mari Salt was recently set up for sightseeing, for tourists who want to explore this special place. It is a really special place for all those who want to explore but also looking for ways to care for their health. The viewing area is located 225 meters above sea level and stretches over a 5 hectare. The salt mine at Ocnele dates from the Dacian era. According to the archaeological finds, the Buridava tribal center was here. The exploitation of the mine continued during the Roman occupation, the proof being the Roman camp at Stolniceni, which was built precisely to control this commercial area. After the Roman conquest, the salt was extracted and sold for the benefit of the inhabitants of the area. Ocnele Mari was first mentioned in an official document in 1402. In the Middle Ages, the exploitation of salt had a special importance, and its trade became a monopoly. A special momentum was given to the mining exploitation at Ocnele Mari during St. Voivod Martir Constantin Brâncoveanu, when salt became an important source of income. The height of the rooms is 8m. Entrance to the salt mine is by bus (public transport). Salt air is very healthy and recommended for those with respiratory problems whereby 30 minutes to 60 minutes in this environment benefit those with mild asthma, emphysema, allergies, chronic rhinitis, bisinosis, silicosis, chronic tonsillitis, etc. The inner temperature is 13-15 degrees Celsius. The Ocnele Mari Saline Park has a church, a museum, a restaurant, souvenir shops, bars, a football field, basketball, tennis, billiards table, and children's playgrounds.
    Polovragi Cave is near the village of Baia de Fier, Gorj County. It is found in Capatana Mountains, on the bank of Oltet river, at an altitude of 670m and at 20 m above the level of the river, in Polovragi commune between the towns of Horezu and Baia de Fier. The entrance to the cave is on the left bank of the river. Prior to arriving here, tourists can enjoy other attractions, such as the Polovragi Monastery and the Polovragi Forest. Archaeological excavations made at Polovragi revealed evidence of a Dacian fortress and a cemetery. There are also springs of chlorosodic, sulphurous mineral water, identical to those of Pociovalistea, near Novaci, which flow abundantly. It is named after a rare plant growing in the area, used by a famous quack living in the mountain cave to heal people from diseases of the stomach and bones. Most legends surrounding the site are related to the Geto-Dacian spiritual leader Zamolxe. He would have lived in Polovragi Cave and had the power to change his appearance. In the cave, tourists will discover a specially shaped stone, which has been named Zamolxe's Throne, which is said to be loaded with some unusual energy.

     The Polovragi Monastery is situated at the entrance to the Oltet Gorge, at the foot of Piatra Polovragilor Mountain. It is a monastery of nuns built in the 17th century. A a feudal art monument built in Byzantine style is found there. The original building dates back to 1504/1505, and was rebuilt in 1643 on the foundations of the old settlement, with the help of the ruler Matei Basarab. Constantin Brancoveanu is the one who completed the construction immediately after redeeming it from the Patriarch of Jerusalem. It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin and, as it is placed, gives you the impression that it is the gate of Oltet's keys.

  • Day 3 - Danube Clarion,boat trip, Drobeta Turnu Severin, Herculane Resort

    Danube Clarion, boat ride and Sf Ana Monastery from Orsova, possibly included here and Baile Herculane. Accommodation day 3 and 4 on the Danube hill.

    The Severin Water Tower, visiting the tower and the Bigar Waterfall. Also on Day 3, if time allows, a ride with the moina Oravita - Anina.

    The Danube Clarion (Serbian Banatska Klisura) is a geographic region located along the northern bank of the Danube in the south of Banat. The region’s boundaries consist of the Nera river to the west and by the Danube boilers to the east. The Clarion of the Danube is a territory full of natural history, which extends from the entrance of the Danube on the territory of Romania to Bazias, to the Gura Vaii until the Danube exit from the so-called Danube Boilers. Anywhere on the Danube's Clisura, you can stop and admire the paradise. On the one hand, rocky hills, with parks and natural reserves, with secular forests protected with plant varieties and unique birds in the world. And on the other, the lazy thread of the Danube. Nature lovers will be delighted with rare trees and shrubs and endives colonies. The largest settlements in the Danube Clisura are Orsova and Moldova Noua. Also from the Danube cluster are Socol, Pojejena, Coronini, Garnic, Sichevita, Berzasca from Caras-Severin County, as well as Svinita, Dubova, Eselnita, Ilovita and Breznita-Ocol from Mehedinti County. The region is inhabited by Romanians and Serbs, some of them having a Serbian majority. They are mostly in Socol, Pojejena and Svinita. There is also a community of Czechs, especially around the village of Garnic, more precisely in the towns of Bigar and Eibenthal. A large number of Germans can also be found in Orvova. Historically, the region was part of the Banat military border and was divided into the Wallachian (Roman) and Illyrian (Serbian) sectors.


    Bigar Waterfall and Eftimie Murgu water mills.

    The Bigar waterfall, located on the well of the same name, is located near the town of Bozovici in Caras-Severin County. It is located in the Nerei-Beusnita National Park, a park located in the southwestern part of Romania. The waterfall is one of the world's most spectacular water falls, according to The World Geography. It was ranked at the top of the cascades of the ordinary waterfalls (from all over the world) in 2013. Interestingly, the Bigar Waterfall is halfway between the North Pole and the Equator. Fixed on the parallel of 45 degrees in the northern hemisphere. The natural reserve was established in 1982, and after 8 years it was declared a protected area. Its surface is over 176 hectares. The Bigar Waterfall is in the northern part of the park. The waters of the Bigar spring or the burst, as some say, flow into the Minis River. They pass over a calcareous hillock, giving the appearance of the bell. Unfortunately, I say, much of the spring waters have been captured upstream of the waterfall, by those who administer Minis pasture. That's why the water flow is very low. If many days pass without rain, you may not be able to admire the waterfall at its true value and beauty. Out of curiosity, I climbed upstream to the mouth of the spring. About 300 meters. We could admire the water course and other cataract up to one meter tall. I recommend you do the same.

    Water mills have an old history and a beautiful presence, especially after entering Unesco World Heritage, being located in Eftimie Murgu (formerly Rudaria), is a unique tourist destination in Romania as well as in Southeastern Europe. Situated on the Almaj Valley, the mulinological complex comprises today 22 mills with a hoop, comprising a horizontal wheel and radical cups, which the randasii use and maintain. Rudaria is the river that upon which, starting in 1770, such mills were built. In 1772 there were eight, and from 1874 until 1910, 51 mills were built, but the floods destroyed 28 of them. During this time, the peasants of the village milled corn in these wood mills. Just as many things have changed in the wilderness after 1989 across the country, so did these attractions in the Rudaria valley. The complex was left behind, and what had been so precious since the end of the 19th century was in danger of becoming just a page in a history book. However, in the early 2000s, specialists from the Astra Museum in Sibiu accessed European funds and renovated the mounds, and since then more and more tourists visit the area.

  • Day 4 - Castelul Huniazilor , Deve Castle, Fairy tale Castle

    Hunyadi Castle and Torture Museum, right at the gate of the castle, the fortress of Deva, and optionally the Zanelor Castle (Porumbacu clay pit).

    Accommodation at Cartisoara (near Fagaras) or a walk to Transfagarasan.

    The Corvin Castle, was the castle of the brightest king of medieval Hungary, Matia Corvin.

    The monument there has a special charm due to its diverse construction styles, the presence of military and civilian innovations, and the tumultuous courtyard life that animated it for over 400 years.

    The Castle of Corvinus  is truly impressive and dominates the city of Hunedoara. For those who appreciate the Middle Ages, the castle represents a unique monument in Romania and is among the most attractive in the Europe.

    Clay Castle of the Valley of the Fairies, nestled in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains in the heart of Transylvania, a tiny Romanian town is now home to a fairytale adorable 10-room hotel built from clay and sand. The hotel’s Romanian name is Castelul de Lut Valea Zanelor, which translates to “Clay Castle of the Valley of the Fairies” in English. What a fitting moniker for these ancient architectural accommodations. Construction was only recently completed, and the hotel will be open to guests very soon.

    The hotel’s owners, Razvan and Gabriela Vasile, sold their home in Romania’s capital city of Bucharest in order to bring this clay fairytale castle into reality. The Valley of the Fairies, situated near the tiny village of Porumbacu De Sus, is 24 miles from the city of Sibiu.

    Its remote location and jaw-dropping views add to the hotel’s charm and mystique, effortlessly giving visitors the sense that they have travelled not only distance, but also in time.

    Besides its charming architectural design and scenic surrounding landscape, perhaps the most interesting feature of the eco-friendly hotel is how it was built. Eschewing all modern building techniques, the hotel is composed primarily of clay and sand. The 10-room chalet was designed by eco architect Ileana Mavrodin, along with the Vasiles, and built by local craftsmen. “The exterior plastering is of lime and sand and the towers are of river stone, built with lime and sand,” said Razvan Vasile. “Everything is made with natural materials, and the windows and doors are different, each room having its own separate entrance.”

    Soon, the Vasiles say the hotel will be ready to host guests for overnight visits, but little is known about when that will happen or what the accommodations will cost. We do know the hotel will have a restaurant by the end of the year, serving a menu of local organic food. The hotel’s Facebook page acts as a hub for updates (in Romanian), while the website is still under construction.


  • Day 5 - The Sfinx and Babele, Bran Castle.

    Babele and Sphinx, Bran Castle.

    The Sphinx and Babele, the monuments of Bucegi Mountains, remain the attraction of Romanians passionate about short mountain rides. Situated at a 2400 meters altitude.

    Bucegi Plateau is renowned for two of the most interesting natural monuments, Babele and the Sphinx, which attract hundreds of tourists daily. The landscape is breath-taking and when you step on the Bucegi Plateau, the first thing you do is take a picture of the Sphinx. Everyone who comes here promises to come back. Bucegi Plateau is easily reached by bus from Busteni (DN1), the starting point being near Hotel Silva. The cable car route is shorter by 1235 meters and a length of 4.3 km, which it takes in about ten minutes. There are theories that these formations have been carved by the Dacians, are extraterrestrial creations or the perfect "idea" of nature. The rock was named after its resemblance to the Egyptian Sphinx, and its formation is attributed to wind erosion. There are many more terrible fantasies that say the Dacians would have carved the megalith or it would be of extraterrestrial origin. Formed from a large stone block that has taken shape today in a very long time, the Bucegi Sphinx, located on Bucegi Plateau, Dâmbovita County, measures 8 meters in height and 12 meters in width. A lot of legends have been born around the Sphinx of Bucegi and Babele. Some say they are natural, others are human creation. There is a good number of testimonies that these stones set on top of the mountain emanate positive energies that defended the country from invaders. The most modern theories claims that these stones are of alien origin. There are also legends that the Atlas of Greek mythology is the top of the Bucegi or Prometheus man crowned by a cliff on the same peak, and Babele, some altars of an ancient civilization, or the Sphinx of Bucegi was modeled by the Dacians.

    Bran Castle is located between Piatra Craiului and Bucegi, on a cliff in the Turc Valley, in the central area of ??Bran, at the point where Bran-Rucar corridor meets the Barsa countryside.

    The commercial road from Bran to Campulung is certified in the oldest commercial privilege granted to the merchants of Brasov issued by Vlaicu Voda on January 20, 1368. This main artery of transcarpathian communications provided Transilvania's link with Europe's commercial roads,

    The first documentary attestation of the fortress in Bran dates back to November 19, 1377, when the Brasovians obtained the privilege of constructing with their own means the fortress for defending the border between Transylvania and Valahia.

    The rock on which the castle rises dominates the surrounding area, at a strategic point, where the valley, before being cut into the plain, narrows, offering the possibility of an efficient control.

    Due to its particular configuration, the architectural historical values and the remarkable conservation status, Bran Castle is one of the most important such fortified ensembles in the country and one of the oldest preserved medieval mountain castles.

    The particular position, raised above the valley, in a narrowing of it and flanked by a rocky coast, firmly deters it from the surrounding settlement and turns it into a defining element of the local landscape.

    The castle functions as a defensive fortress until the border was moved from Bran to Fundata in 1836, after which it was almost ruined until 1920, when the Brasov Local Council decided to offer it to the Queen Maria of Romania, in recognition of the contribution made by her Majesty to the achievement of the Great Union in 1918.

    With the arrival of the Queen, the castle is reborn, it is known for its glory, becoming the sovereignty of the sovereign, the place where it retired during the summer.

    In 1938, at the death of Queen Mary, the castle is inherited by Princess Ileana, in possession of which remains until 1948, when the royal family is forced to go into exile and the communist regime is established, and the castle is nationalized. In 1957 it became a Museum of Medieval Art and History, functioning as such until 2009, when it is returned to the heirs of the Queen, the children of Princess Ileana. The current owners are Archduke Dominic of Habsburg and his two sisters, Maria Magdalena and Elizabeth.

    Accommodation in Bucharest.

  • Day 6 - Bucuresti, end of a beautiful story.

    Short visit to Bucharest until noon, ending the tour on the way to the airport.

    Bucharest (documentary certificate from 20 September 1459) is located in S-SE, on the Dambovita and Colentina rivers, is the most important urban center in Romania. Bucharest is not only the starting point for many tours by holidaymakers in the country, but it is itself a tourist area of interest as it is one of the most beautiful European capitals.
    Outdoor Village Museum (the second largest in Europe after Stockholm), the Romanian Peasant Museum, the National History Museum, the Snagov Forest and Lake (including the renovated monastery set on an island in the middle of the lake) Mogosoaia - the palace of Constantin Brancoveanu, the Pustnicu forest, the Cernica and Pasarea mansions, the Baneasa forest (with the largest zoo in Romania) the Caldarusani lake and monastery are all found in Bucharest.

    Points of interest: In Bucharest there are religious settlements of special historical significance such as:

    - The "Curtea Veche" church built between 1545-1547 by Mr. Mircea Ciobanul for the needs of the Domnesti Court.

    - "Mihai Voda" Monastery - (1589-1591), built by the great voivode Mihai Viteazul, on the site of an old church.

    - The Plumbuita Monastery, where the works began in the time of Petru Voda the Tanar (1559-1568) and ended in the time of Mihnea Turcitul.

    - The Coltea Church-built by Cantacuzino's back between 1701-1702.

    - The Stavrapoleos church (1724-1730), built by the Greek archimandrite Ioanichie

    Many and impressive cultural buildings are tourist attractions worthy of being included in tourist developments:

    Atheneul Roman - built between 1886-1888, according to the design of French architect Albert Galleron

    - National theatre

    - The National History Museum of Romania

    - The National Museum of Art of Romania

    - The Village Museum - one of the most interesting open air ethnographic parks in the world, founded in 1936 by Dimitrie Gusti

    - Museum of Natural History "Grigore Antipa"

    - The Romanian Peasant Museum

    - The Central Military Museum

    - Museum of Art Collections.

    Great for its impressive dimensions, Parliament Palace is one of the most interesting buildings you should visit when you are in Bucharest. This grand building is characterized by a special architectural melange that brings together Brancoven style, influences of Renaissance, Germanic and Baroque style. Also known as the People's House, the building captures the opulence of more than 1000 rooms. From massive wood furniture and carved doors to marble columns, crystal chandeliers, silk curtains and huge carpets, this tourist attraction boasts of luxury and extravagance worth spending a few hours exploring. It impresses anyone regardless of political, cultural or artistic orientation. The Palace of Parliament or the House of the People is one of the most impressive and imposing buildings in the world, being the second largest by the Pentagon and the toughest building in the world. For many, the People's House is a monstrous monument to communism, a mark of the black past that we will have to coexist with. The building was built in record time between 1983 and 1989, on the site of monasteries that were demolished and the Uranus Hill, which was leveled. Since its inauguration, it has remained the most controversial building in Romania. Over time, many have thought to turn the building into a museum of communism, a mall or even a huge casino. The construction was attended by 200 architects and approximately 20,000 workers who worked three overlapping shifts, 24 hours a day. Those who want to visit it can do it daily because of multiple tours a day. Guides provide visitors with information about the history and construction of the building. The guided tour of the building lasts approximately 2 hours.

    Cismigiu Park, romantic garden of the capital Cismigiu is the oldest public garden in Bucharest. The park was built with English style and was completed in 1854. Undoubtedly, the park is a place not only for Bucharest dwellers but for anyone who is here for a short time. Over time, the park became a symbol of Bucharest through its romantic air that reminds of the charm of Little Paris. It is a classic place full of love stories, no matter the generations. The attractions of the park are the lake and the pier from where you can rent pleasure boats and hydro-bicycles, the rose garden, the Roman circle and the statues or the spring of Eminescu.

    Herastrau Park, the charm of the bourgeois gardens, was built in 1936 and has long been known as Carol II National Park. It is the largest park in the capital, representing the main attraction of the old Bukarest. A quiet, reserved area for recreation and culture and an area for sports and fun, with lands and sports grounds, restaurants, cafes, a fun amusement park for children and water clubs. The main attractions of the park are the Expoflora area, the Rose Island, the Japanese Garden, the Cariatide Alley, and the Statue of General de Gaulle. The park is divided into two areas.

    Undoubtedly, the Historic Center is one of the most beautiful and chic places in Bucharest, a tumultuous place of buildings built in neo-classical and neo-baroque style. The ground floor of these buildings consist mostly of beautiful and inviting terraces, cafes, restaurants and shops. A walk on the intortocheat and crowded streets of the Historic Center gives you the impression that you have made a trip in time and that you are in Bucharest from time to time. The most famous street you have to visit is Lipscani. Here you’ll find the Inn of Tei, an impressive building that has been built in 1833.

DISCOVER CRAIOVA - Sightseeing Tour

I want to come again!

Discover Craiova City - A Walking Tour

Craiova - is the largest city in South West of Romania located on the ruins of the ancient Geto-Dacian settlement of Pelendava, dating back to the second century.

Some of the sights we will be visiting are:

  1. Madona Dudu Church – built between 1750 and 1756, renovated in 1844, after being destroyed by an 1831 earthquake. Murals were completed by Gheorghe Tattarescu.
  2. St. Demetrius Cathedral
  3. The Church of Co?una Monastery – the oldest building preserved in Craiova, dating from 148
  4. Baniei House – the oldest non-religious building that exists in Craiova, dating from 1699. Today it hosts the Museum of Ethnography and Folk Art.
  5. Craiova Art Museum – the building that houses the museum was built in 1896, following the plans of the French architect Paul Gotereau. Its main attraction is the art gallery dedicated to Constantin Brâncusi, exhibiting six of his early sculptures (including variants of his best-known works)
  6. Museum of Oltenia – founded in 1915 and divided into three sections: ethnography, history and natural science. The collection is based on donations made in 1908.
  7. Nicolae Romanescu Park (formerly Bibescu Park) – the largest and most well-known park in Craiova. Through the initiative of Nicolae P. Romanescu, the mayor of Craiova at that time, the park was designed by French architect Émile Rendont. Plans for the park were awarded the gold medal at the 1900 World Fair; work began in 1901 and was completed in 1903.
  8. Botanical Garden – The garden was laid out by the botanist Alexandru Buia and was opened in 1952.Nicolae Romanescu Park (Romanian: Parcul Nicolae Romanescu) is the central park of Craiova. It was designed by the French architect Édouard Redont and constructed between 1901 and 1903, the park's plans won a gold medal at the 1900 Paris Universal Exhibition. It is considered the largest natural park in eastern Europe. It has an area of around 23 acres (9.3 ha) and the area of the lake within the park is about 10 acres (4.0 ha).

Park Tour Rates:

  • 35 Euro / Person from 1 participant
  • 25 Euro / Person from 2 to 5 participants
  • 17 Euro / Group over 6 participants

The package includes:

Walking Sightseeing Tour Craiova (The best way of exploring this amazing city)

Duration: about 6 hours

Local guide



Herculane is a small town and spa at the river Cerna (5,000 inhabitants) has existed since AD153. An inscription verifies the presence of Romans here, who established the first spa called Aqua Herculi, dedicated to Greek-Roman mythical hero-god Heracles. Archaeological discoveries in the ancient historic part of town indicate that there was even an aqueduct to transport warm water from thermal springs to the Roman baths. Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius visited with his wife.

Baile Herculane is the entrance to the beautiful “Cerna Valley Domogled National Park” a protected area of 61,211 hectares that was opened in 2000, offering unique flora and fauna. It is famous for its beautiful trails in the mountains. Discover Cerna Valley with its steep gorges and waterfalls, there are also several caves worth exploring. We won’t leave without visiting another amazing natural landmark not far away from Baile Herculane: the “Iron Gates” are an impressive gorge on the river Danube at the Romanian-Serbian border.

Baile Herculane is famous especially for thermal springs with a total of 15 thermal springs with thermal water between 38°C and 67°C and lie along 4km a stretch.



Horezu - The capital of the Romanian folk pottery

Horezu City is best known for the traditional pottery manufactured in the area and for its 17th century monastery.
The town is well known having an Ethnographic Center and an ancient Folk Pottery Center. This area has a historical and monastic character, where you will experience various traditional Romanian handicraft activities such as pottery, weaving, religious painting and wood carving.

The town's iconic activity is that of pottery. The Olari Ceramic Center is famous and well known as a pottery center in Romania. Pottery is an inherited skill in the families of the potters who have preserved and handed down from parent to child the techniques of handling clay and creating unique Romanian ceramics styles.

Saline Ocnele Mari (Ocnele Salt Mine)

The Ocnele Salt Mine is located in Ocnele Mari, in Valcea County, in the central-southern part of Romania, in the Subcarpathian region of Valcea. The viewing area is located 225 meters above sea level and stretches over a 5-hectare area, underground in the mountain.

About the Salt Mine.

The salt mine at Ocnele Mari has been known of since the Dacian era. According to the archaeological finds, this would have been the Buridava tribal center.

The extraction of salt as a commodity continued during Roman occupation, the Roman camp at Stolniceni, was built precisely to control this commercial resource. After the Roman conquest, salt was extracted and sold for the benefit of the inhabitants of the area. Ocnele Mari was first mentioned in official documents in 1402. In the Middle Ages, the exploitation of salt had a special importance, as salt became a significant commodity and resource. During the reign of St. Voivod Martir Constantin Brâncoveanu, special momentum was given to the mining of this rich mineral at Ocnele Mari, where salt became an important source of income.

Transport into the mine is by bus. The salt air is considered very healthy and good for those with respiratory problems. Those with mild, asthma, pulmonary emphysema, allergies, chronic rhinitis, bisinosis, silicosis, chronic tonsillitis, etc. may benefit and gain some relief while exploring some of the many rooms many over 8m in height. You’ll be surprised at finding the following: An active church, museum, exhibits, restaurant, souvenir shops, full size football field, basketball court tennis court and table tennis tables, billiards table, karting circuit, children's playground and many other surprises, all underground.

The inner temperature is 13-15 degrees Celsius. It is advised to wear warm clothing.

Day tour Transfagarasan Road and Poienari Fortress

I want to come again!

Day tour of the Transfagarasan Road (July 1 – October 31) and Poienari Fortress

Transfagarasan Road world's best road trip according to Top Gear, UK.

Rates: 55 euro/person; (minimum 2 people, for 1 person the rate is as for 2 people)
The package includes: transportation by car or minibus with air conditioning system and an English-speaking tour guide
Not included: entrance fees, lunch, drinks, tips
Duration: 10 hrs
Highlights: Transfagarasan Road, Balea Glacial Lake, Balea Waterfall, Poienari Fortress

Guaranteed departure: all year round!

Meeting point: The People's Park, Craiova - 8:00 AM. Our guide holds the sign "Meeting Point GUARANTEED DEPARTURES DAY TOURS”.

Important: You must make the booking 2 days in advance until 8 PM!

Route: Craiova - Pitesti - Campulung - Transfagarasan Road - Vidradu Dam - Poienari - Balea Waterfall - Balea Lake (depending on the season: Transfagarasan Road is open between July 1 - October 31). When the road is closed we will visit Poienari Fortress or Balea Waterfall (we will choose the best route on the day).

Tour highlights:

  1. Transfagarasan Road - Built as a strategic military route, is the highest (2042m) and one of the most spectacular roads in Romania. It runs North to South across the highest sections of the Carpathian Mountains. The road connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia. It is the second-highest paved road in Romania and considered by some to be the most dramatic and spectacular road to drive.
  2. Fagaras mountains - the highest mountains of Romania and the Carpathian range with highest peak Moldoveanu - 2544m.
  3. Balea Lac is a natural glacier lake at 2040m, 360 meters long, 240 meters wide and 11 meters deep.
  4. Balea Waterfall with its 60 meters height is one of the most famous waterfalls in Romania.
  5. Poienari Fortress. Access to the Poienari Fortress is sometimes closed to reduce risk of tourists encountering bears, which is very real in this area. We will keep you updated.
  6. Vlad Tepes (Known as Vlad the Impaler made famous by Bram Stoker in his book Dracula) Residential Castle. Access to the citadel (castle) is made by climbing the 1,480 concrete stairs.

Important Information
Your local contact is R.O.A.R. Day Tours on 0040766248324
Please note: Complimentary pick-up from CRAIOVA is offered for this tour/activity. If you require this service, you must contact R.O.A.R. Day Tours on 0040766248324 OR by email at at least 24 day(s) prior to your tour/activity to verify your pick-up time and pick-up location. If you are not arriving within the specified timeframe, please contact R.O.A.R. Day Tours prior to your travels, or immediately upon arrival at your destination.
Please be ready at least 10 minutes prior to departure time.

Day trip in the surroundings of Craiova

I want to come again!

Day trip to surrounding villages of Craiova

Exploring the villages surrounding Craiova, located in the Southern part of Romania. Most tourists rarely get or have the opportunity of meeting villagers when visiting Romania. This tour is for you to experience albeit a glimpse, into the life of someone who lives a rural village life, this is truly for you. This tour is for all of your senses, why not add a final touch, dinner with a traditional village family in their home (optional – if you wish to experience this, please let us know when booking this tour).


  1. 2 participants = 64 Euro per person
  2. 4 participants = 52 Euro per person
  3. 6 participants = 42 Euro per person
  4. 9 participants = 36 euro per person

Package includes: Travel by mini-bus. English speaking guide.

Meeting point: 09:00 AM in Craiova in front of the hotel you are checked in at

Itinerary: Craiova - Cernatesti - Filiasi - Craiova

In Cernatesti, you can visit an old traditional house, Cula Boiereasca

Not included: OPTIONAL: Dinner at Carul din Stele Restaurant in Beharca (Between Craiova and Filiasi).

Entrance fees: various sights and attractions (even in some villages they have some rather unique attractions) approx 12 Euro (if you wish to eat at Carul din Stele, please let us know when booking this tour).

Day tour in Romanian mountain villages on TRANSALPINA ROAD.

I want to come again!

Day Tour Walking in Romanian Mountain Villages (Trip runs on request only. Minimum 2 people)

Enjoy a flexible itinerary and the undivided attention of a guide on this private tour. Your guide will ensure the pace is manageable and the day flexible and personalized, it’s a unique and authentic way to experience the Romanian countryside.

Rates: 79 euro/person. Minimum: 2 people, for 1 person the rate is as for 2 people.

Package includes: Private English-speaking guide, Transport by private, air-conditioned car or minibus depending on numbers. Visit to the Bat Cave and to the oldest guesthouse in the National Park, Cheese tasting, 3 - 4 hours trek in the hills, see and experience unique flora and villages, followed by a traditional lunch using local farm fresh produce.

Not included: Food and drinks, unless specified.

Duration: 9 hours

Guaranteed Tour: All year round.

Meeting point: The Romanescu's Park, Craiova – 8:00 AM. Our guide will be holding a sign that reads, "Meeting Point GUARANTEED DEPARTURES DAY TOURS”. Please be ready at least 10 minutes prior to departure time.

Additional info:  Dress warmly: Sturdy and waterproof hiking shoes and warm clothes are recommended. The Route may be changed without notice due to weather conditions


  • Trip to two authentic Romanian mountain villages: Polovragi and Horezu leaving from Craiova
  • Discover the culture of the villages, nestled in Wallachians mountain
  • Visit the oldest clay potteries shops in Horezu and sample various artisan cheese’s and other traditional romanian cuisine.
  • Take a trek into the forests and meadows to see wild flowers  and explore Oltetului orges and the Polovragi cave.
  • Savour lunch made from fresh, simple ingredients at the local guesthouse.


Experience the traditional Oltenian way of life on a private tour from Craiova, to Transalpina Road and on to the rural villages of Horezu, Polovragi  and Ranca Resort. We may visit Oltetului Gorges in the morning. The Polovragi Cave is  part of theOltetului Gorges. You can admire the Jurassic limestone formations, formed over centuries, including so-called "tears of the earth".

Transalpina is the highest road in Romania and the entire Carpathian Mountains, both in and outside the country, reaching the maximum altitude (2145 m) in the Urdele Pass. Transalpina crosses the Parang Mountains from N to S, being parallel to the Olt Valley and the Jiu Valley.
The road took its name from the Latin "Transalpina" (the country beyond the mountains), as it was called in the old Latin texts and maps of Tara Romaneasca, and it is called the "King's Road", because King Carol II, after who rebuilt it in 1938, inaugurated him by going along with the royal family himself. Although it is taller, much older and more beautiful than the Transfagarasan.
Transalpine was built by the Roman armies on their way to Sarmisegetusa, paved with stone by King Carol II after the 1930s and rebuilt by the Germans in the Second World War, after which it was forgotten by the Roman authorities. The fact that it was forgotten and became a difficult way to go with normal cars helped Transalpina to keep untouched the wilderness and special charm that few places in the country have. It is among the few roads in the country that can be reached by car up to the clouds and even above them.
The most important tourist attractions in the area are Polovragi Cave, Muierii Cave, one of the longest caves in Romania, discovered even in the Dacian times, about 500 meters from the monastery, right where the Oltet Gorge begins. The Oltet Gorges Icoana Monastery or Polovragi Monastery, and Horezu, with an old tradition in clay processing.
About the Olte? Gorge, the Polovragi Cave and the Polovragi Monastery we can say that it represents the connection between nature and faith in God. A few kilometers away from Polovragi is the Muierii Cave, a shelter in the troubled times for the people in this corner of the world, but also for the ancestor of the bear today.
Oltetului Gorges, the narrowest canyon in Romania and Europe
they are not very long, they are only 1.5km, but there is no tourist who has crossed the area and does not know about them. They are spectacular and have some vertical walls that fascinate you. A walk through the Oltet Gorge will make you feel so small and unimportant in nature! (It is advisable to take this walk on a sunny day or at least not in a rainy day because of stones drops). It is also one of the places frequented by climbers and passionate photographers alike. Here is also the famous Polovragi Cave, whose underground galleries reach 9000 meters long.
The Olte? Gorges were declared a protected natural area of ??national interest. The natural reserve area is 150 hectares, including the Polovragi Cave, which is also a protected natural area. In some places, the Olte? water flows through a perfect hau, 25 meters from the road level and is hard to notice. One curiosity is that river water has a constant temperature of 9-10 degrees Celsius, regardless of the season.

The Polovragi Monastery is in the immediate vicinity of the cave with the same name. The worship cave has an age of more than 500 years. It is customary that every year, by St. Elijah (July 20), a special  "Sunday" is to be held at the monastery, attended by both Gorj, Wallachians and Transylvanians.

Important Information: You must book 2 days in advance until 8 PM!

Your local contact is R.O.A.R. Day Tours on 0040766248324
Please note: Complimentary pick-up from CRAIOVA is offered for this tour/activity. If you require this service, you must contact R.O.A.R. Day Tours By email at OR call on 0040766248324 at least 24 Day(s) prior to your tour/activity date to verify your pick-up time and pick-up location. If you are not arriving within the specified timeframe, please contact R.O.A.R. Day Tours prior to your travels, or immediately upon arrival at your destination.

Targu Jiu - A Cultural Visit To Brancusi Monumental Ensemble & Sohodolului Reserve

A Cultural Visit to Targu Jiu City  to see Constantin Brancusi Monumental Ensemble & Sohodolului Gorges Natural Reserve

Experience Constantin Brancusi’s Ensemble, which commemorates the sol­diers who lost their lives defending Târgu-Jiu in World War I. The Ensemble consists of the Table of Silence, the Gate of the Kiss and the Endless Column arranged along an axis stretching from the floodplain of the Jiu River. You will also enjoy exploring the church’s Eastern architecture and the Palace of Finance are well worth your time, as you explore Targu Jiu City and its many architectural styles of the city.

A Little About Constantin Brancusi

Constantin Brancusi (19.02.1876 - 16.03.1957) was born and spent his childhood in Hobita village, near Targu Jiu. He graduated the Craiova School of Arts and Crafts (1894 -1898) and the Bucharest School of Fine Arts (1898 - 1902). In 1904 he leaves for Paris, where, a year later, he was admitted by contest into the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts. He created more than 200 works in bronze, plaster, wood, stone, marble. Most of them are found in museums and private collections in the U.S.A., Great Britain, Sweden, Germany, France, Switzerland, and Australia. The greatest collections of the works of Constantin Brancusi are found in the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His workshop located at no. 11 Impasse Ronsin was faithfully reproduced in the Pompidou Centre in Paris, as it was left by the artist in his last will.

Constantin Brancusi said, "I also made steps on the sands of eternity."


Visiting the Sohodolului Gorges Natural Reserve

Sohodolului Gorges Natural Reserve is a protected area of national interest located in Valcan Mountains near Runcu and Rachiti villages, Gorj County. Sohodolului Gorges are a must for those who love walking and hiking.

In summer, temperature is below 10 degrees Celsius, due to the shaded rocks and Sohodol River’s waters. Here there are over 300 species of plants including century-old chestnut trees, planted before 1859. The protected area located in the northern part of Gorj County attracts annually thousands of Romanian and foreign tourists. Nostrils (Narile), Fusteica, the Ring (Inelul), Priest’s Cave (Pestera Popii) Cow’ Creek Cave (Pestera Garla Vacii) are just some of the impressive landmarks of this area. Priest’s Cave, located at the entrance to the Gorges, is the most visited, because cave paintings of some anthropomorphic black silhouettes have been tracked down here.

These wonders of nature stretch for about ten kilometers deep into Valcan Massif and resemble a canyon carved into the rock. 

2 DAY TOUR Transfagarasean- Transalpina

Day I: 07.30 am. Departure from Craiova from the hotel on the Craiova - Pitesti - Curtea de Arges route, where we will visit the Curtea de Arges Monastery, founded by Neagoe Basarab, which is imposing by its unique architecture, sheltering inside the tombs of the royal family of Romania. The excursion continues to the famous high-road Transfagarasan, one of the most spectacular roads in the world, with a maximum altitude of 2045 m and the longest road tunnel in Romania (887 m). The first stop will be at the foot of the Poienari Fortress (photo), build by Vlad Tepes. The route continues towards Vidraru accumulation lake and begins the beautiful journey on Transfagarasan. Stops and free time for lunch at Balea Lake, then Balea Cascada (photo), Badea Cartan Memorial House. We continue the trip to Alba Iulia where we will visit the Cathedral of the Reintegration of the People and the Catholic Cathedral. Accommodation at the hotel / guesthouse in the Alba Iulia area.

Day II: Breakfast. At 09.30 we leave from Sebes where we will enter the highest road in the Transalpine country (2145 m alt.), Also known as the King's Road or Dracul Path, which crosses the Parang Mountains, then a spiritual stop at the Oasa Monastery. Stop for the traditional lunch. Stop at the highest point at Pasul Urdele at 2,145 m, where we will take pictures and buy different handmade objects, continue traveling through the Ranca mountain resort and then through the town of Horezu (where the famous pottery is made). Râmnicu Vâlcea.

The rate includes:

-transport by classified bus;

-1 night accommodation at hotel / guesthouse in double / trp rooms;


- authorized guide.

The rate does not include:

- personal expenses and lunches.

- entering the tourist objectives;






Meeting at 07.30 at the hotel. Departure on the route: Craiova - Drobeta Turnu Severin - Orsova - Baile Herculane - Oravita - Anina - Targu Jiu - Ramnicu Valcea - Craiova.

Day I: Departure on the mentioned route, short stop to Drobeta Turnu Severin, we enter the Danube Gorge, we cruise on the Danube Clisura, where we will visit: Tabula Traiana - Small Gorges - The face carved in the rock of the Dacian king Decebal - Mraconia Bay - Mraconia Monastery - Dubova Bay - Large Gorges - Grotto Veterans - Ponicova Cave - 30 m incursion into the spectacular avenue, then visit the “Sfanta Ana” Monastery in Orsova located on the Orsova hills. Accommodation and dinner at the hotel / guesthouse in Herculane.


Day II: After breakfast we go to the Rudariei Gorge, we pass through the village Eftimie Murgu we go on the water course towards the Land of the Water Mill, then we visit the Almaj Putna Monastery, Izbucul and Bigar Waterfall. We leave on Valea Minisului, we will make a spectacular ride by train (like Mocanita) between Anina and Oravita at 13.30 departure (an incursion in history made on the first mountain railway on the territory of Romania). Arrival in Oravita, visiting the Mihai Eminescu Theater, built in 1816, the first theater building in Romania. Here Mihai Emineascu was a sufferer. Accommodation and dinner at the hotel in Oravita


Day III: Breakfast, driving by car in the Cheile Nerei National Park until Pastravarie (10 km) then we will take a hike to Lake Ochiul Beiului and to Beusnita Waterfall (trip photo) the most beautiful waterfall in the country (on foot) approx. 1Km (round trip). On our return we can try a picnic at the trout with grilled trout and salad. We leave by the Cerna Gorges on a beautiful route to Baia de Arama, from here we will go to the village of Ponoarele to see "Bridge of God" (Monument of Nature), then visit the Tismana Monastery. Accommodation and dinner in Tismana / Baia de Arama.Departure to Craiova/Bucuresti




The rate includes:

-transport with minibuses; (cannot be booked by coach the road is narrow and does not allow)

-2 breakfast;

-2 diners;

-2 nights accommodation / guesthouse, in double / triple rooms;

- authorized guide.



- the entrances to the tourist objectives;

-boat cruise on Danube Clisura 30 Lei / pers;

- Oravita train ticket - Anina 10 lei / pers.

-the ticket to the Mihai Eminescu Theater - 10 lei;

-the ticket for entering the Nerei-Beusnita Gorge - 5 lei





The rate includes:

Air-conditioned bus transport, classified for tourist transport

4 accommodations with breakfast in hotels and pensions 2/3 *

Tourist guide

Visits to: Cozia, Cluj, Baia Mare, Desesti, Budesti, Sapanta-Peri, Sighet, Barsana, Moisei, Bistrita, Moldovita, Sucevita, Putna, Voronet, Dragomirna, Suceava, Neamt, Agapia, Varatec

The rate does not include:

Supplement 5% for preferential seats in the bus (the first 3 banquets)

Entries to the tourist objectives

City tax for each accommodation where it is requested (cash will be paid by tourists)

Day 1.BUCURESTI -COCIA -CLUJ-BAIA MARE (approx. 590km)

Departure from Bucharest, at 6.00, from the parking from the Military Academy (Defense University Carol I - access from the Heroes Metro station) to Valea Oltului, the longest defile in our country, where we visit Man.Cozia (14th century). of Mircea cel Batran, who keeps in pronaos fragments of the original century painting. XIV.We then move to Cluj-Napoca and take a panoramic tour by bus: St. Joseph's Greek-Catholic Cathedral (19th century in Romanesque style with Gothic elements), Opera Park, arranged in 1885 and surrounded by historical buildings, among which : Tailors' Bastion (one of the few fortifications of the old Fortress remained intact), the Palace of Justice (built in 1902, in eclectic style), the Romanian National Opera and the National Theater (built in 1906 in neo-baroque style). Next is Avram Iancu Square, dominated by the statue of the pasoptist hero and the Metropolitan Cathedral (in Byzantine style), the Palace of the Orthodox Theological Seminary, the Unitarian Church (18th century), the Evenghelica Church (19th century, which combines the baroque style with the neo-classical one). . In Unirii Square, (the center of the city in the Middle Ages - today the largest medieval market in south-eastern Europe), we admire the statue of Matyas Corvin, Banffy Palace (18th century), a beautiful Baroque edifice, which houses the Art Museum and visits the Church St. Michael (14th century) one of the most representative monuments of Gothic architecture in Transylvania. In the evening we start the city tour with the bus in Baia Mare (documentary attested in 1329, which developed as an important gold center) and we admire: St. Trinity Church (built in Baroque style), Butcher's Bastion (16th century), which was part of from the system of high fortifications Matei Corvin, the Stefan Tower, a bell tower of the fifteenth century, the only one remaining in the Church. Stefandistrusa by a fire and the House of Iancu de Hunedoara (15th century), erected by him for his wife. Travel for accommodation in Baia Mare area.


Breakfast. In the morning we visit two UNESCO monuments: the wooden church in Desesti (18th century), built of oak beams on the foundation of a river stone, recently and thoroughly restored and the wooden church in Budesti (dated 1643), which preserves mural paintings by sec. XVIII and the shirt of the Pintea Viteazul hatchback. We then move to the Merry Cemetery in Sapana, famous for the brightly colored crosses, unique through the naive paintings and the lyrics in humorous shades, which present scenes from the life and occupation of the buried people. We visit the wooden church of Sapanta-Peri Monastery, considered the tallest wooden church in the world (78m), then we move to Sighetu Marmatiei (documentary attested in the 14th century and which for over six centuries was the capital of Historical Maramures), with The Maramuresan Village Museum, opened in 1981, includes 30 households, grouped on the main sub-areas of the historical Maramures. The last visit will be to Barsana Monastery, attested still in the century. XIV, which was abolished at Sf. sec. XVIII, the old wooden church (UNESCO monument) being moved by the villagers in 1806 closer to the village hearth. The current monastic complex was rebuilt in 1994, in a very picturesque traditional style and includes: the entrance beneath the bell tower, the church in Maramures style, until not long ago the tallest wooden church in the world, the Staretiei building, the Artist's House (to house) creators of sacred beauty), cells and household annexes and a Museum of the monstrous history of the monastery. Remain for accommodation in the Borsa area.


Breakfast. We go to Viseu de Sus for a walk with the famous moc?ni??, a steam train with narrow gauge built in 1932, to carry logs, currently functioning and for tourist purposes, registering for the emblematic attractions of Romania. then to the Mausoleum of Moisei, dedicated to the victims of the horticultural massacres of 1944. The artist Vida Gheza made here 12 stone figures, of which 10 are traditional Maramures masks and only 2 human chips in the memory of the martyrs killed just for the fault of being Roman. We continue the route to Bistrita with a stop in the city center, an opportunity to admire the Evangelical Church (16th century historical heritage), a monument of architecture representative for the transition from the Gothic to the Renaissance style. We go then for accommodation to Campulung.



Breakfast. We leave for the Moldovita Monastery, UNESCO Heritage of the century. XVI, with excellent frescoes preserved the inside, especially the exterior, presenting scenes from the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Martyrdom of the Apostles and the famous painting with the theme of the Assassination of Constantinople, realized in 1537. Another UNESCO objective follows, the Sucevita Monastery, also built in the 16th century, in the Moldovan style, combining the elements of the Byzantine and Gothic art with those of the old wooden churches of Moldova, which is distinguished by the interior and exterior mural painting with a broad biblical "narrative" from the Old and New Testaments. We continue with the Putna Monastery, founded by the ruler Stefan cel Mare (whose tomb is here). The monastery museum exhibits: Tetraevangheliarul from Humor (15th century), a little gift given by Stefan cel Mare to the monastery, a cross with 3 arms (16th century), the oldest in Romania, s.a. The program of the trip will take us to another founding of Stefan cel Mare: Voronet Monastery (15th century), UNESCO heritage, nicknamed "Sistine Chapel of the East", built in less than 4 months (a record for those times), whose the interior painting dates largely from the time of Stefan cel Mare, and the exterior painting from the time of Peter Rares. The exterior painting is unique in the shade of the blue color made according to a secret formula, which was based on the azurite mineral. We are heading towards the fortified Dragomirna Monastery (18th century), one of the most important architectural creations of the Romanian medieval age, with a long, narrow and very high structure. There is a change from the exterior painting to the carved stone decorations, present in a great wealth, variety and craftsmanship especially on the octagonal tower. After only a few kilometers we reach Suceava, where we visit the former Cetate de Scaun, built in century. XIV of Petru Musat and consolidated by Stefan cel Mare, preserving the defense walls, walls of the enclosure, inner courtyards, the muscat fort, several bastions, the tower of the royal chapel, the cellar, s.a. Accommodation in Suceava area.



Breakfast. We head south to visit the Fortress of Neamt (built in the 14th century by Peter I and extended by Stefan cel Mare), one of the most impressive fortresses in Romania, which was part of the fortification system of medieval Moldova, being destroyed by his order. Mihai Racovita. Recently restored, the fortress now represents a true architectural jewel of Moldova. We then turn to two historical monuments: Agapia Monastery (17th century), which preserves valuable frescoes made by Nicolae Grigorescu and Varatec Monastery (18th century), whose main church, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, was built from the river and brick. We continue the route to Bucharest (Military Academy) around 23.00, depending on traffic and weather conditions.

The rate includes:

Air-conditioned bus transport, classified for tourist transport

4 accommodations with breakfast in hotels and pensions 2/3 *

Companion guide



Route: Maramures - Sighisoara - Mocanita - Horse Waterfall - Happy Sapanta Cemetery - Barsana Monastery - Turda Salt Mine - Alba Iulia - Sibiu

Day 1: Bucharest - Maramures (550 km)
5:30 pm in Bucharest - Constitutiei Square (Unirii Blvd. corner with Libertatii Blvd), in the parking lot where the concerts are held.
6:00 am departure on the route: Ploiesti - Valea Prahovei - Brasov - Sighisoara (visit) - Targu Mures (visit) - Reghin -
Maramures. Accommodation in Maramures 3 * hotel.

Day 2: Viseu de Sus - Borsa
Breakfast. Optional: ride with Mocanita on Vaserului Valley on the last active forest railway from
Carpathian. Hiking at the Horses Waterfall, the largest in Romania, at 1,300 meters altitude in the Mountains
Rodnei (climb the chairlift, then hike 30 min). Accommodation at the same hotel.

Day 3: Sighetul Marmaatii - Sapanta (140 km)
Breakfast. Visits to the Happy Sapanta Cemetery, the Peri Monastery, the Memorial of the Victims of Communism and the
Resistance (Sighet Prison), Izei Valley, Barsana Monastery. Accommodation at the same hotel.

Day 4: Poienile Izei - Turda - Alba Iulia (270 km)
Breakfast. Departure on the route: Dej - Cluj Napoca - Turda. Visit the Salda Turda (2 hours / 30 min). Departure to Alba
Iulia. Visit the Carolina Fortress. Accommodation in Alba Iulia / Sibiu area.

Day 5: Alba Iulia - Bucharest (360 km)
Breakfast. Departure on the route Alba Iulia - Sebe? - Sibiu (stop) - Valea Oltului - Râmnicu Vâlcea - Pite?ti -
Bucharest. Arrival in Bucharest around 22:00, depending on traffic and weather conditions.


The rate includes:

Air-conditioned bus transport, classified for tourist transport

4 accommodations with breakfast in hotels and pensions 2/3 *

Tourist guide



DANUBE DELTA - Tulcea - Murighiol - Sf Gheorghe - Enisala Fortress

Day 1. Meeting with the tour guide at 6:00 - VICTORIA'S MARKET. Travel by bus on the following route: Bucharest - Tulcea - Murighiol. Arrival in Murighiol. Cruise on lakes and canals in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. Traditional fishing dinner. Accommodation in the Danube Delta at a traditional boarding house in Murighiol.


Day 2. Breakfast. Free time at the pool or excursion to Sf. Gheorghe. Traditional fishing dinner. Accommodation in the Danube Delta at a traditional boarding house in Murighiol.


Day 3. Breakfast. Visit to Tulcea: Aquarium and the Danube Delta Museum. Free time for walking on the Danube cliff and shopping at Duty Free stores. Travel to Enisala. We visit the Enisala Fortress. Return to Bucharest during the evening. Arrival in Bucharest - approximately 21:00.


The rate includes:

-transport minibus / midiautocar / bus;

- cruise in the Danube Delta - Biosphere Reserve - canals and lakes - day 1;

- access permit in the Unesco area Biosphere Reserve;

- 2 nights stay at traditional boarding house in Murighiol in double rooms (Laguna Albastra Pension or similar)

- fishing dinner - day 1;

- breakfast - day 2;

- fishing dinner - day 2;

- breakfast - day 3

- access to the pool;

- tour guide;

-Visit Tulcea Aquarium, Danube cliff and shopping;

- visit the Enisala Fortress.


The rate does not include:

- the entrances to the tourist objectives (Tulcea Aquarium = 20 lei / person; Enisala Fortress = 5 lei / person);

- cruise on day 2 - St. George 150 lei;

- single room supplement 200 lei / person;

- other personal expenses.


The world is full of specialists who investigate in detail the tissues and life.

















    Regenerol is essential for improving the quality of life. The people of Maramures are powerful and happy for thousands of years - rulers from the family of Bogdanestilor from which Stefan Cel Mare belonged and the other rulers of Moldova, used these plants which gave them wisdom, light, strength of decision and action, love towards well and gentry, they were shining in everything.


    Their performances are recognized by the whole world: Sapanta, Bogdan Voda, Ieud wooden churches, monasteries, scientists, researchers in big companies worldwide.


    Regenerol is unique in nature and effect. Exceptional results obtained in support of the doctoral thesis. Treatment of pelvic algae of unknown cause, coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis, tibiotarsar osteoarthritis associated with neuropathy and peripheral circulatory failure, spondylosis and postoperative recovery treatment (disc herniation, etc.) shingles, facial regeneration, chronic acne, ligaments, tendons, joints.

    Regenerol face treatment:

    Regeneration of the skin of the face

    This treatment is carried out in several stages depending on the age, the size and depth of the wrinkles, the degree of health and nutrition of the skin, associated diseases.

    External treatment - is done by external application of Regenerol Cosmetic Cream 2-3 times a day.

    The treatment is based on subcutaneous infiltration with pre and antioxidants (ONLY IN THE WORLD).

    Diet based on vegetarian, naturalistic, ecological nutrition.

    The treatment lasts 5-7 sessions, the results obtained are NET SUPERIOR, to the classic treatments. These have the effect of regenerating and rejuvenating the skin and the underlying tissues, returning to the history of your life with 20-30 years.


    The treatment base contains 5 sources of water: salt, sulfur, bicarbonate, with zeolite and herbal tea. They respond to the treatment needs of patients with a wide range of conditions: inflammatory, neurological, vascular, dermatological, antistress.

    The base is also equipped with 2 saunas: wet salted sauna and dry sauna. The salted sauna is a highly effective treatment source for respiratory and oro-pharyngeal tract diseases, treating disorders from the fields of ENT, ptisiology, respiratory disorders in children as well as adults and the elderly.

    Also the base has 12 containers that make hydromassage at the level of the legs and pelvis very useful in rheumatic, circulatory, degenerative, neurological, hemorrhoids, prostate, joints.

    The treatment base contains 5 sources of water:

    * Salt,

    * Sulfur,

    * Baking,

    * with zeolite

    * herbal tea.

    They respond to the treatment needs of patients with a wide range of conditions: inflammatory, neurological, vascular, dermatological, antistress.

    The base is also equipped with 2 saunas:

    * sauna made wet

    * dry sauna.

    The salted sauna is a highly effective treatment source for respiratory and oro-pharyngeal tract diseases, treating disorders from the fields of ENT, ptisiology, respiratory disorders in children as well as adults and the elderly.

    Also the base has 12 containers that make hydromassage at the level of the legs and pelvis very useful in rheumatic, circulatory, degenerative, neurological, hemorrhoids, prostate, joints

    In addition to the treatment base, vegetarian food, detoxifying we also offer FREE MASSAGE for spondylosis, osteoarthritis, scoliosis and soles massage (of plants - reflexogenic zones - reflexotherapy)


    Health Center Sapanta Maramures provides the folowing services:



    Health benefits of salt water:


    Anti-inflammatory and regenerative effect in the locomotor system. The pain is diminished, the joint mobility and the muscular flexibility increase.

    Treatment of gynecological disorders. Increased amounts of salt and organic substances in water, including estrogen and progesterone-like hormones, make salt water a natural treatment for female hormonal rebalancing and infertility treatment.

    Improvement of skin conditions such as psoriasis.

    Salt water is also used as aerosols for the prevention and treatment of respiratory diseases such as rhino-pharyngitis, sinusitis, viruses, allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis or pulmonary fibrosis.



    degenerative rheumatism - osteoarthritis, spondylosis

    chronic inflammatory rheumatism - arthritis, spondylitis

    abarticular rheumatism - tendonitis, tenosynovitis, scapulohumeral periarthritis, epicondylitis


    post-fracture sequelae, contusions, dislocations, sprains, muscular tendon rupture states, vicious postures


    neuralgia, various neurites, spastic syndromes and hypertonia


    chronic metanexitis, cervicitis, chronic inflammatory processes, postoperative adhesion states, dysmenorrhea, sterility, impotence, frigidity



    scoliosis, kyphosis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, otitis, sinusitis, bronchitis, nasal polyposis.



    The treatment with sulfurous water - internal as well as external - offers many benefits to the body, because this water has a significant hydrogen sulfide content that is absorbed in the body and has special qualities on it.

    Through various treatments, the sulfurous water is absorbed digestively, through the skin and lungs and is eliminated through the intestines, kidneys and skin.

    Sulfurous water has an extraordinary biological action on the body, this is due to the amount of sulfur in the form of hydrogen sulfide but also of macroelements in its content. First of all, the analgesic effect of this water is relaxing and comforting for the skin and tissues, and the ability of the water to stimulate circulation in the diseased areas as well as to produce antibodies against infections does nothing to help restore health.

    The properties of sulphurous water have been known for hundreds of years, especially disinfectants, anti-inflammatory and curative, which gives the body the opportunity to cure many diseases and diseases.

    Sulfurous water is a good remedy in the treatment of chronic joint diseases, rheumatic diseases, post-traumatic deficiencies (caused by certain traumas in the hands and feet), inflammatory and degenerative processes in the locomotor system. Following the treatment with sulfurous water, symptoms specific to the conditions of the type are improved: rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, walking disorders, arthritis, peripheral circulatory disorders, ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatism, cervical spondylosis, back pain, arthritis, back pain, arthritis . Sulfurous water relieves pain, reduces inflammation, relaxes muscles, improves muscle shape, restores muscle tone, has beneficial effect on muscle mobility, eliminates infections and allergies in the body. Also sulfurous water treatment is indicated for people who have paresis, mild traumatic sequelae, paralysis, mobility problems, joint injuries (which have given certain repercussions on mobility), painful and inflammatory conditions in the hands, legs, back or other areas of the body. and other such ailments.

    Sulfurous water is absorbed through the skin but also through the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Its effects have been studied by researchers and the results showed that it offers benefits in the cure of bronchopulmonary diseases. Sulfurous water treatment is recommended for those suffering from bronchopulmonary allergies, inflammatory diseases, bacterial infections, respiratory neuroses, bronchitis, viruses, inflammatory lung diseases, bacterial, atypical or other pneumonias. All these diseases are mainly caused by pathogens from the environment: viruses, dust, bacteria, toxic gases, too humid air, dry air, lint, powders, etc.

    Sulfurous water is also absorbed through the vaginal system and, according to specialists in the medical field, this is favorable in the treatment of gynecological conditions. The action of the water is to restore the health of the body in women, and the treatments are recommended to those suffering from endocrine and functional disorders, problems of the secretory glands of the cervix, of frigidity, uterus, hypotonia, menstrual problems, eczema, infections, annexes, genital prolapse, dermatoses in the vulvar area, inflammatory processes, changes in normal condition and painful processes, etc.

    The action of sulfurous water on the skin is also appreciated by doctors. They believe that it can have a beneficial effect on sebaceous cells and therefore anti-sebum and antimicrobial properties. Hydrogen sulphide from sulfur water fights microorganisms and provides water with bacteriostatic and antifungal action. Its disinfectant properties are extraordinary, by its local use certain skin diseases can be cured, first of all the sulfur dries and purifies the skin tissue. It also helps to heal wounds, wounds, relieve pain, fight against pus, excessive sebaceous secretions, stop the development of bacteria, cure scars on the skin.



    One of the advantages of the water ionization device is that it produces 3 types of water (PURIFIED, ALKALINE and ACID), not one as in the case of the ordinary filter.

    The three types of water have different uses depending on the pH:

    pH 7 = purified water, correspondent of filtered water

    - is used for medicines (!!! DO NOT TAKE MEDICINAL PRODUCTS WITH ALKALINE WATER as this speeds up the absorption and diminishes their effects by eliminating it too quickly)

    - it can be drunk before, during or after the meal, (in small quantities, only to calm the thirst sensation; at 30-45 minutes before or after the meal the alkaline water can be consumed)

    pH 8 -9.5 = water for daily consumption

    - Detoxifier, antioxidant, oxygen source

    - Balances the pH of the body

    - Hydrates cells, tissues, organs

    - Ideal for preparing baby food

    - Prevents acidification of the body

    - Increases the intake of beneficial minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc, etc.)

    - Slows down the aging process caused by oxidation

    - Prevents or ameliorates diseases and dysfunctions of the different organs (allergies, migraines, fatigue, constipation, diabetes, gastric hyperacidity, intestinal fermentation, obesity, osteoporosis, rheumatoid inflammatory processes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, etc.).

    In some countries with a rich tradition in the application of natural treatments, alkaline water is successfully used in the prevention or treatment of different forms of cancer or in post-operative recovery.


    Alkaline water is drunk starting with a low level of alkalinity (pH 8-8.5), increasing gradually to 1-2 weeks. The usual (daily) alkaline water should not exceed the pH of 9.5.

    The recommended quantity is 30-50 ml / kg. body, ie 1.5-2 l / day.pH 10 -11 - strong alkaline water

    - the preparation of tea, coffee and other herbal drinks, accentuates the taste due to the power of penetration and extraction of the essences

    - washing of raw foods (eliminates the traces of chemical treatments)

    - cooked (enhances the taste).

    Effective against aging skin, age spots, freckles and the like. Sensitive skin is also protected from irritation.


    Zeolite water, external and internal treatment

    Zeolite is used in the treatment of patients suffering from various diseases such as:

    Gastrointestinal disorders: because they perform normalization of gastric secretion and prevent spastic contractions and pain,

    Cardiovascular disorders: normalize heart rate, blood pressure, normalize blood cholesterol level,

    Disorders of the central nervous system: eliminates muscle tension and muscle spasms, reduces the risk of epileptic attacks, has positive action in the case of early-stage muscular dystrophies,

    Liver and kidney disorders: promotes normal liver and kidney function, reduces transaminase, bilirubin, urea and creatinine levels by improving metabolism and circulation,

    Tumor disorders: during and after the chemotherapy treatment, it reduces the need for analgesics and narcotics, increases the level of blood iron, favors the recovery of red cells.

    In the case of healthy persons, it is recommended for the purpose of improving the quality of life: elimination of toxins, removal of oxidative stress, decrease of the aging of cells and tissues, increase of physical and mental efficiency. For athletes, reduce muscle fever.

    Zeolite has no toxic effects or side effects. It is a very effective antiviral, detoxifying, antioxidant and immunomodulatory. It is micronized and activated by thermomechanical processing to improve its physical and chemical properties. This increases the active surface area and the absorption and ion transfer power.

    The beneficial effects offered by thermal waters for certain conditions can be harmful and contraindicated for other conditions. These conditions are:

    - Infectious and contagious diseases

    - STDs

    - Malignant tumors

    - Bleeding

    - Mental illness

    Herbal baths

    The baths with medicinal plants are hydrotherapy procedures used in the treatment bases, their frequency being justified by their significant therapeutic value in the complex prophylactic-curative-recuperative medical act. There are baths with a temperature of thermal neutrality, generally at 35 ° - 37 ° C and which act mainly through the chemical and mechanical components, the thermal being lower. The duration of the bath is 20-40 minutes.

    Hydrotherapy is considered the oldest therapeutic method, being used as a remedy for various common ailments, from ancient times, in Greek, Japanese, Hindu, Roman culture.

    Rules that must be followed when using baths (especially when it comes to general baths):

    The general baths are applied in the first part of the day, 30 minutes after breakfast, 2-3 hours after a richer meal;

    General baths do not apply after significant physical exertion or high nervous states;

    The entrance to the water is slow;

    The water should cover the shoulders (unless other special indications are made);

    It requires a relaxing posture (devices are used to support the head and legs);

    The patient should be supervised;

    After the bath there is a rest period.

    Indications of baths with medicinal plants

    Malt baths: Malt is a product obtained from sprouted, dried and ground cereal grains (especially barley) used in the manufacture of beer and spirit or, toasted, in the preparation of a coffee substitute. For a general bath use 1-3 kg of barley malt, boiling 30 minutes in 5-6 liters of water. The decoction obtained, passed through a thick sieve, pours into the tub. Instead of barley malt, 100 g to 400 g of malt extract can be used which is dissolved in hot water and then added to the bath water.

    Wheat bran baths: For a complete bath, take 500-1500 g of wheat bran, place in a cloth sack, and boil in 5 liters of water, for 30 minutes, then pour into the bath. , both the decoction and the bran in the bag.

    Starch baths: For a complete bath, first dissolve 1-2 kg of starch in a few liters of lukewarm water, then add in the bath at 36 ° - 37 °.

    Baths with malt, wheat and starch maintain their bath water temperature longer than common water due to these substances that are badly heat-conducting. It forms a mixture that is deposited on the surface of the skin in the form of a protective layer, which also has an emollient action. It is used with good results in: neuralgia, myalgia, rheumatic disorders (arthralgia, tendon pain), dermatological disorders (chronic eczema, hives), vulvar itching.

    Mustard baths: These baths can be prepared in several ways:

    - 100-200 g mustard is mixed with water at 20 ° - 25 ° (to avoid volatilizing etheric oils) until a thick circle forms. It is then poured into a cloth bag whose contents are well squeezed into the bath;

    - Put two handfuls of mustard flour in a cloth bag which will be inserted in the bath and shake for several minutes, until the water becomes cloudy and turns yellow - greenish and a mustard smelling;

    - To a complete bath add a solution consisting of 2 g Oleum sinapis (mustard oil) and 25 g Spiritus Vini. This method is used especially for local or partial baths.

    The mustard and horseradish baths have revulsive actions and exciting effects on the skin. It is used for decongestion of internal organs, especially in bronchitis and pneumonia in children. They are also indicated in myalgia, neuralgia, neuritis and even polyarthritis.

    Baths with nalba: They have a softening and emollient action. It is used in hyperkeratotic eczema, pahiderma and especially in psoriasis.

    Aromatic baths: For the bath with chamomile or peppermint flower infusion, 500-1000 g of chamomile flowers are used, respectively 300-500 g of peppermint leaves, obligate, reed, valerian. These have slightly exciting effects on the nerve endings of the skin, producing mild hyperemia, with a pleasant heat sensation. They are indicated in myalgia, neuralgia.

    Baths with fir extract: Take 10-15 kg cetin (fir branches) that are boiled for 1-2 hours in a boiler or in large pots, in 40-60 l of water. After the water has acquired a dark green color and a strong fir smell, the complete bath is prepared, adding the necessary water at 34 ° -36 °. Today, different fir extracts are used (tablets or liquid form), so the preparation of a bath with fir extract has become very simple.

    Baths with oak bark: Make a decoction of 2-3 kg oak bark weighed in 3-6 l water that is added to the bath.

    Chestnut baths: Prepared from chestnut peel just like those with oak bark. Chestnut powder can also be used.For a complete bath boil in a thick cloth bag 500 g of chestnut powder, then pour in the bath both the decoction and the contents of the bag.

    Baths with hay flowers: Hay flowers = everything that shakes out of the well-dried hay (flowers, seeds, leaves). For a complete bath, 5-8 or 10 handfuls of hay flowers are taken, and for a partial bath only one or two handles. The flowers are poured into a pot of 3-5 liters of hot water, the strainer is strained through a thick cloth and poured into the bath. It must acquire the color of the tea and a pleasant smell of field flowers.

    Baths with valerian, chamomile, hay and peppermint produce sedative effects on the body and those with fir extract have an exciting effect and are used more rheumatic diseases.

    Spa baths, oak bark and chestnut have astringent effects on the skin and are used in acute eczema, hives, allergic rashes (especially after drug treatment).

    Summarizing the main effects of herbal baths, they have a good miorelaxative, analgesic, biotrophic, sedative effect, and those with mustard and horseradish are mainly resorptive.


    BATHROOMS WITH MEDICINAL PLANTS - types and recommendations

    They are useful in a wide range of conditions due to the fact that many active substances are absorbed through the skin, which then enter the lymphatic and blood circulation throughout the body, thus explaining their therapeutic action.


    For the full bath with herbs, the plants are put overnight in cold water.

    For the complete bath you need 1 bucket filled with fresh plants at 6-8 liters of cold water or 200 grams of dried plants at 6-8 liters of water.

    The next day the respective amount for the complete bath is heated and the extract is poured into the bath water.

    Duration of the bath - 20 minutes.

    The heart must be out of the water!

    Do not wipe yourself after the bath, but put yourself in a bathrobe or bath towel to sweat for an hour.


    For the sitting bath, take only a quarter of a bucket of fresh plants or about 100 grams of dried plants and proceed as a complete bath.

    The water must reach above the kidneys.

    The instructions from each plant must be respected.

    The reheated water of the complete bath or of the sitting room can be used twice more.


    For rheumatic diseases, baths with willow bark are recommended, from which a concentrated decoction of 100 g / liter is made, which is added to the bath water.

    For the same purpose, the volatile oils of pine, fir or juniper are used, putting in the bath water 2-4 g of a mixture in equal parts of volatile oil and ethyl alcohol of 90 degrees.

    Juniper fruits can also be used, from which a decoction of 100 g / liter is prepared, for a total bath.

    A general tonic effect is baths with concentrated decoction of walnut leaves, 200 g / liter, or peppermint leaves, 200-250 g / liter, placed in a gauze bag, which is stirred in the hot water of the bath.

    You can also use 3 drops of volatile peppermint oil with ethyl alcohol introduced into the bath water.

    Medicinal plants for therapeutic baths are used either in the form of concentrated infusion, in the case of flowers or leaves, or in the form of concentrated decoction, in the case of roots or shells, which are added to the bath water.


    Cold therapeutic showers can be done for 30-60 seconds, strengthen the body and are indicated in weakness, anemia and depressive states.

    Cold water has a stimulating action on both the process of assimilation and the process of dissimilarity, intensifying the meolism of the body.

    Also, cold water has anti-inflammatory properties and increases blood pressure.

    Hot therapeutic showers can last for 3 to 5 minutes and have calming effects on nervousness and stress.

    At the same time, warm water promotes fat, carbohydrate meolism, stimulates cellular activity, gastric and renal secretion, dilates blood vessels, leading to lower blood pressure.

    SCOTIAN SHOWER represents an alternation of hot and cold showers.

    It is recommended in muscular atrophy, sciatica, paresis, chronic constipation and circulatory disorders.

    Regarding the influence of water on the nervous system, it can be specified that cold water accelerates the psychic functions, the feeling of good disposition and the desire to move, while warm water, on the contrary, inhibits the nervous system, produces the sensation of sleep and soothing.



    Steam baths are another form of hydrotherapy, as they, in addition to hygienic properties, also have therapeutic properties.

    Steam baths are contraindicated for cardiac, hypertensive, anemic or other people suffering from various mental illnesses.

    5 baths for intimate hygiene

    Vaginal flora imbalances occur very easily in such a sensitive area. However, if the genital health is not affected, you can benefit at any time from the healing power of medicinal plants.

    The Marigold relieve irritation

    Soaps and certain intimate hygiene gels contain substances that can irritate the skin in the intimate areas. The yolks are the "medicine" -munny of nature, having anti-inflammatory and itching-calming properties. As an adjuvant in classical medicine, yolk infusion improves mycosis and plays an antiseptic role at the vaginal level.

    Preparation: Washings are made with yellow tea. The flowers boil for 30 minutes and pour over the bath water. Stand in water for 15 minutes and you will feel the beneficial effects.

    The pelin combats the sensation of dryness

    Although you may be reluctant, as the teddy bear is known to be bitter, in the form of a bath it is particularly effective if the vaginal flora has a tendency to dry. The vaginal mucosa has the role of preventing the entry of harmful bacteria responsible for the occurrence of possible diseases. Pelin helps maintain moisture in the intimate area, if it is excessively dry, but at the same time contributes to faster healing of vaginosis or candidiasis.

    Preparation: You need a handful of flowers and leaves from the top of the plant that you put in a liter of hot water for 15 minutes. Strain the mixture and make local washings every evening, one week.

    The horse's tail has a healing effect

    For wounds in the intimate area, you need a plant with antiseptic and anti-inflammatory characteristics, and bear's beard - by popular name - is one of the most beneficial. Its effect is equally beneficial in the case of urinary tract infections.

    Preparation: The aerial part of the plant is chopped and kept in boiling water for 10 minutes. They slip in and take baths, insisting on the affected areas.

    Lady's Mantle plant solves menstrual problems.

    Known in the people and as a Lady's Mantle, it is a true elixir of health, having anti-hemorrhagic and analgesic properties, combating the unpleasant effects of the premenstrual symptom. Thus, it relieves muscle cramps and reduces abundant menstrual bleeding.

    Preparation: For external use, the infusion of cuttlefish can have an immediate and effective effect. Six tablespoons of dried leaves are left to soak for 8 hours in a cup of water. They slip and put in the fridge. The filtered leaves are scalded in 250 ml of water and passed through a sieve. Combine the macerated product with the infusion obtained and use it in local washes.

    The tail of the mouse prevents the proliferation of bacteria

    good to do vaginal washes, with preventive role. The leaves of the tail-tail are the most indicated in stopping the action of bacteria, as it acts as a natural antibiotic. They are also recommended to mitigate genital bleeding.

    Preparation: The dried leaves are boiled for 15 minutes in one liter of water. Add some cold water and take a bath until the symptoms improve.

    "You waters! You who comfort us by bringing us new strength, health, greatness and joy. ”(Rig Veda)

    Herbal baths

    Herbal baths are part of the natural medicine branch called phytobalneology. They are an effective means of treating certain distressing symptoms, such as rheumatic pain, healing of urinary or genital infections, strengthening the body (especially in convalescence), and stimulating blood circulation. The benefits of medicinal baths are manifold and they cover many common ailments.

    There are three main types of baths that can be made according to the condition: general baths, local baths (sitting, standing), and steam baths. In the bath water you can add a concentrated herbal infusion, or you can add the plants directly into the hot water.

    1 General baths with plants

    In the case of general baths, the plants are not added directly to the water, but are first introduced in a cloth or gauze bag. It hangs under the tap, so that hot flowing water can penetrate the plants and allow the extraction of active substances. After the tub has been filled with water, the bag is left in the tub until the water temperature is right for the body.

    Therapeutic indications:

    Respiratory disorders (colds, viruses, bronchitis)

    Nervous system disorders (stress, mental overload, asthenia, depression, neurosis, neuritis, polyneuritis)

    Deficient peripheral circulation

    Metabolic disorders


    Rheumatic diseases (rheumatism, gout, osteoarthritis, rickets, bone pain)

    Gynecological disorders

    Skin diseases (eczema, seborrhea, scrofulosis, dry, sensitive skin)

    What plants can be used:

    Thyme (leaves)

    Cammomile (flowers)

    Sulphate (flowers)

    Peppermint (leaves)

    Fir, spruce or juniper (cetine)

    Pine (cetin and buds)


    Red clover (flowers)

    Acacia (flowers), etc.

    2 Local baths with plants

    Local baths are only indicated for a particular part of the body: hands, feet or sitting. It is always performed in a basin. Add a concentrated infusion to the water in the lighean, or bathe only with the herbal infusion.

    Therapeutic indications:

    Genital disorders (lucoree, candidiasis, vaginal infections)


    “Cold feet” syndrome

    Poor circulation

    Colds, gouts, flu

    Foot pain

    Hypertranspiration (sage and walnut)

    What plants can be used:

    Shepherd's traitor (leaves and flowers)

    Lady's Mantle



    White dead nettle (leaves and flowers)

    Yellows (flowers)

    White clover (flowers)

    Walnuts (Leaves)

    Ash (Leaves)

    3 Herbal steam baths

    Use a wide basin, in which a concentrated infusion of the recommended plants is added. The steam will be directed to the desired body area with the help of a towel.

    Therapeutic indications:

    Skin conditions




    Cancer, tumors

    What plants can be used:

    Tail of horse (prepare an infusion of 12 tablespoons of dried and ground herbs in 1 liter of water).


Medical Tour on demand

We can provide the folowing medical services by demand:

- Surgery

- Kinetotherapy

- Dental works and surgery

- Aestetic surgery.