After breakfast, 30 min transfer to Brasov.
The old Corona or Kronstadt is a real city of charm. Surrounded by the wooded slopes of Carpathians, the town was built from the 13th century by German settlers called "Sasi" from Sachsen - Saxons. Invited in Transylvania by the Hungarian king, the "hospites regni" (king's guests) - mostly from the region of Luxembourg, the Moselle valley and Franconia but also from Flanders and Wallonia - populated from the 11th century all the southern part of this province except the mountains, traditionally dominated by the Latin-phones, called at that time the valaques or vlahi, later the Romanians.
Today, Brasov, the most important trade fair city in Transylvania and all Romanian territories for 800 years, is considered the center of alpine tourism in Romania.
Tour of the old town through a labyrinth of cobbled alleys, medieval buildings, from baroque and neoclassical times, ramparts and guard towers, pedestrian streets.
After the visit, transfer through the Szekler Country, to the north-east of Romania, in the Eastern Carpathians. Depending on the weather, at noon you take a short break for a swim in the pure waters of the only volcanic lake in Eastern Europe. Located at 900 m altitude in an ancient crater, the lake of Santa Ana is of a circular form, it is fed by meteoric water as well as by sources of depth. The beauty of the landscape is enhanced by the ancient beech and spruce forests that surround the beaches.
Continue towards Red Lake and the Hasmas Mountains, through the cold lands of Romania and the Pangarati Pass. The town of Piatra Neamt is in contact with the Moldovan hills and the Carpathians of sedimentary origin. From here we can explore the limestones of Hasmas National Park - Cheile Bicazului, and the sandstone of the Stanisoara Mountains.
Accommodation in 1 or 2 guest houses 3 * (depending on the size of the group).