Experience Transylvania!

Experience Transylvania!
September 16 – 30, 2023
Come! See for yourself!

Space is limited!

Transylvania has amazing landscapes, forest-covered mountains lined with rivers and streams, green hills, pastures, and serene lakes. Hungarian culture and traditions are very much alive. The Hungarians in Romania love to share their cultural heritage through memorable experiences. This is just a brief overview of the tour. Each full day includes breakfast and one main meal, an English-speaking guide, motor coach transportation, transportation to and from the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to your hotel.Entry fees for all sightseeing tours and programs are included. For a registration form and brief day-to-day itinerary, email Liz@MagyarMarketing.com

  • 14 nights in comfortable accommodations
  • Nagyvárad Castle
  • Felix Spa
  • Fortified church in Berethalom
  • The Citadel of Kőhalom
  • Blacksmith workshop
  • City tours in Brassó & Segesvár
  • Anna Lake
  • The Mossy Bog
  • Hiking opportunities
  • Folk dance shows
  • Specialty cooking course
  • Overnight in Nagyvárad, Segesvár, Covasna County, and Gyulafehérvár

This tour will start and end in Budapest, Hungary. Please be in Budapest no later than September 16th! If you would like to add days either before or after the tour and need assistance making those arrangements, we are happy to do that and can include it on your invoice.

Tour price is $4900 USD, per person based on double occupancy. Single supplement (private room) is an additional $960.
Deposit: $1500 USD per person
Returning Traveler Discount: $150 USD per person
Check or money order Discount: $150 USD per person (
Please note, the entire trip must be paid this way to qualify for this discount.)
All discounts will be factored in during the final invoice.

Take advantage of your airfare and participate in both September tours! Check out the details on our Fall Folk Art & Culinary Tour!

Our tours require moderate physical effort and mental independence. Knowledge of the Hungarian language is useful but not required. Our smaller group size (18-28 people) allows us to visit smaller venues and artisans. We strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance! If you need help booking tickets and securing travel insurance, email me for a recommendation.

Our tour price does not include: airfare, passport and luggage fees, gratuities, travel insurance, or alcoholic drinks (unless a part of our activity). We are not responsible for any theft, accidents, or insurance-related incidents while traveling.

7 thoughts on “Experience Transylvania!

  1. Mark and Karen Windham says:

    I think our brother-in-law Doug Hill has told you that we are interested in the trip to Transylvania. Karen is Donna’s sister. We met you when Donna asked us to picked up a cimbalon for the Hungarian Museum in Hungarian Settlement, LA We are excited about being on the tour. This will only be Karen’s and my second trip out of the U.S (France – 5 years ago). We can’t wait!
    Mark Windham

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