Morning departure to Sibiu . Located only 170 miles northwest from Bucharest, you will need two days to take in this city and the varied attractions the regions passed by have to offer.
Stop-over in Targoviste, former throne residence of Wallachia between 1396 - 1659. In the course of the centuries, the town was burnt down eight times. It is known for its Chindia Watch Tower, built in the 15th century, during the reign of Vlad Tepes, "The Impaler", alias Dracula, and for the Princely Court (14th-17th centuries).
Continue on to Curtea de Arges for a visit to the monastery, built between 1512-1515, one of the outstanding churches in Romania, famous for its architecture, where, according to the legend, Master Manole, the builder, entombed his wife in the stone walls.
Travelling north, across the Olt Pass into Transylvania, you'll reach Sibiu just in time for a lavish dinner. Overnight in Sibiu.