Enjoy a 3-hour walking tour in Bihor county and explore the city of Oradea and its cultural highlights with your guide. Oradea, the capitol city of Bihor county, is one of the important economic, social and cultural centers of north-western Romania. The city is holding on to these characteristics throughout its history. Oradea is nestled among hills that divide and unify the Crisana Plains and the hill-like limits of the Apuseni Mountains in a harmonious way. Located on the Crisul Repede River, which divides the city into almost equal halves, Oradea is the gateway to Central and Western Europe. Located about 10 km from Bors – the biggest border point on the western border – Oradea ranks tenth in size out of the Romanian cities.
• 3 hours
This tour will allow the tourists to see an almost unknown part of Apuseni Mountains, This zone is nicknamed " the Transfagarasan of Apuseni" due to the newly built road which binds Bride's Veil Waterfall with Belis lake.The landscapes are marvelous.
• 8 hours
This tour will allow the clients to see the most known cave from Romania "The Bear's Cave " from Chiscau, a village situated at around 90 km away from Oradea.We will descend into the depths of the Bears Cave finding an extraordinary range of stalagmite and stalactite formations, coupled with traces of bears from many years ago.The cave was named so, as numerous "cave bears" (Ursus spelaeus) were found in this cave. The cave was visited by these large animals more than 15.000 years ago. But one day, a rock slide closed the entrance while more than 140 bears were still in the cave. Becoming hungry, the bears killed one another until all were dead. This story is told by their remains, tons of bear bones covering the floor of large parts of the cave with the marks of bear teeth.
• 8 hours
Explore spectacular Ponor Fortress the largest cave from Romania and one among the largest from Europe.Take pictures of the entrance wall (more than 150 meters high) with a portal whose altitude is around 74 meters high.Be prepared to enter the underworld to admire the magnificent landscape,Take pictures from the balconies situated on the top of the wall, where the nature offers a marvelous panorama.
• 11 hours
This tour will allow the tourists to see one of the most stunning places anywhere on or IN the planet. With over 2, 000 years of history, highly preserved galleries and a futuristic underground attraction, Saltmine Turda is the largest salt mine museum in the world, and easily the most incredible.
• 11 hours
This tour will allow the tourists to visit the most spectacular Gothic-style castle in Romania. Corvin Castle was built by the Anjou family on the site of a former Roman camp. The castle served as a fortress until the mid-14th century when it became the residence of Transylvania's voivode, Iancu de Hunedoara (Ioannes Corvinus in Latin, Hunyadi in Hungarian). Iancu upgraded the fortress transforming it into a stunning Transylvania castle.
• 11 hours
Explore Scarisoara Ice cave, the second largest in the world after Eisriesenwelt Ice Cave from Austria. Take pictures of the entrance, an impressive sinkhole,that has 60 m diameter and descends 48 m, leading you to the body of the cave where you will walk on 70000 cubic meters of ice (20 m thick). Be prepared to enter the underworld to admire the magnificent landscape, Visit also the village "Casa de piatra", Tauz Spring, Coiba mare and Coiba Mica caves and admire the marvellous landscape.
• 11 hours
Even to the people who live here or for those who visit it a lot, Transylvania will always have the power to surprise and reinvent itself. Old cities dusting themselves off and presenting themselves in new and modern clothes, small communities rediscovering their heritage and cuisine, or natural sites preserving some of Europe’s last untouched mountains and forests – you name it, Transylvania will surprise you each time…
• 1 day
Enjoy a Via ferrata trip with great views of Fast River gorges in Apuseni mountains. The route witch is "Not to easy, not to hard" it's suitable for every person that want to reach a next level of adventure. It can be done in morning or evening, you just need about 2,5 hour (with approach and coming back on the foot trail).
• 2 hours