LPG Driver makes available two private sightseeing tours of Bucharest: a 3-hour and a 5-hour tour. Both of them allow you to visit a few iconic tourist attractions in the city, such as the Palace of Parliament, the National Village Museum and the National History Museum of Romania.
Transfăgărăşan, also known as DN7C connects Transylvania and Wallachia, crossing the highest Romanian peaks, Făgăraş Mountains, on a distance of approximately 92 km. This mountain road starts in Argeş county and ends in Sibiu. The road reaches a maximum height of 2042 meters at Bâlea Lake.
Bran Castle is 30 kilometers from Brasov and is one of the most impressive historical monuments in Romania. Built on a rock, it houses the Bran Museum and is an attraction for tourists who come in search of the legend of Count Dracula. Bran Castle is also known as Dracula Castle, a name even given by tourists.