After meeting your guide embark on a 30km drive north to Mogosoaia Palace, the home of the kings of Walachiain the 18th century. It still shows all the original structures and gardens, surrounded by beautiful lakes and forests. Enjoy the interior visit of the villa, full of traditional rugs from 300 years ago.
Continue to Snagov Monastery, only 25 minutes away. It is the legendary burial place of Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Dracula), although his grave is empty to this day. The monastery is on an island of a lake, in the middle of one of the biggest forests around Bucharest. The walk there will show you great wildlife and flora. It was first built by Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Dracula) during his reign. Today it still shows the original paintings and fortification tower.
Head back to Bucharest by noon with a drop of at your hotel or maybe in the Old Lipscani Quarter, for lunch under your own arrangement.