Go On a Truffle Hunt Through The Oak Forests Of Transylvania

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The Oak Forests of Transylvania and Southern Romania are the perfect destination for truffle hunts organised with special dogs and a well trained guide. Enjoy long walks in the nature and picnics in the forests; cook up sumptuous meals garnished with the aromatic catch of the day.

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