2-Day Dracula Escape in Transylvania

Cultural & Theme Tours in Romania

Tour description provided by Viator

Discover Dracula’s legend roots and find out more about Transylvania’s rich history. Have fun taking part of a 20 minutes Dracula themed event while savoring  your delicious dinner in a Dracula theme restaurant.  If you survive you’ll find refugee in a 4*hotel. Highlights: Bran Castle: also known as Dracula’s Castle, a legendary Transylvanian fortress dating back to 1377. Poiana Brasov:  is surrounded by dense pinewood forests in a magnificent, mountainous natural setting and it is the most sophisticated winter resort in Romania. Peles Castle: The edifice was built in 1873 and is an architectural mixture of the German School and neo-renaissance style. Dracula theme event: 20 minutes show. 3 course dinner: medieval treats in a 4* Restaurant.
Day 1: Bucharest – Bran – Brasov – Poiana Brasov ( 217km, about 3 hours 48min driving) 08:00 Welcome to Romania! Our tour guide connects with you at reception desk from your accommodation place in Bucharest or Otopeni. Legend emerging begins.  Prepare yourself to explore one of Transylvania’s most legendary attraction – Bran Castle. Your next stop is the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov.  Tonight you’ll find refugee in  Poiana Brasov – Romania’s top winter resort. Dinner in the medieval room of an outstanding 4* restaurant in Poiana Brasov.  Attend Dracula’s Wedding - is a show set on stage by a professional band of actors. This is a non verbal performance. It’s very easy to understand that Dracula did not need words to charm a girl. The first time they met he appeared as a respectable noble, the second meeting revealed his true dark nature… Find out if the story has a happy ending. Day 2: Poiana Brasov – Sinaia – Bucharest ( 217km, about 3 hours 48min driving) Continue your journey with Sinaia, the pearl of mountain resorts in Romania . Explore the main point of attraction, the royal Peles Castle. The castle has 160 rooms, all of them opulently decorated in leather and wood from the most valuable tree species. Peles Castle is one of the best preserved and the most beautiful royal residences in Europe. Transfer back to Bucharest. Estimated time of arrival 5PM. * Please have in mind that Peles Csatle is closed from November 1 until November 24 for annual maintenance. Pelisor Castle will be available for visiting.

What’s included

  • The service of an English speaking Guide.Transportation: entire land transfers by standard European car, microbus or coach, depending upon the number of travellers.Hotel pick up/ Hotel drop offAccommodation: 1 night  in 4* hotel. Meals: breakfast and 3 course dinner. Entry fees: Bran Castle, Peles Castle ( or Pelisor Castel between November 1-November 29). Special event: Dracula’s Wedding or best available at the moment of booking.

What’s not included

  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Lunch
  • Plane ticket, airport fees, photo & video tax and other not mentioned.

Itinerary

Day 1: Bucharest – Bran – Brasov – Poiana Brasov ( 217km, about 3 hours 48min driving) 08:00 Welcome to Romania! Our tour guide connects with you at reception desk from your accommodation place in Bucharest or Otopeni. Legend emerging begins.  Prepare yourself to explore one of Transylvania’s most legendary attraction – Bran Castle. Your next stop is the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov.  Tonight you’ll find refugee in  Poiana Brasov – Romania’s top winter resort. Dinner in the medieval room of an outstanding 4* restaurant in Poiana Brasov.  Attend Dracula’s Wedding - is a show set on stage by a professional band of actors. This is a non verbal performance. It’s very easy to understand that Dracula did not need words to charm a girl. The first time they met he appeared as a respectable noble, the second meeting revealed his true dark nature… Find out if the story has a happy ending.
Day 2: Poiana Brasov – Sinaia – Bucharest ( 217km, about 3 hours 48min driving) Continue your journey with Sinaia, the pearl of mountain resorts in Romania . Explore the main point of attraction, the royal Peles Castle. The castle has 160 rooms, all of them opulently decorated in leather and wood from the most valuable tree species. Peles Castle is one of the best preserved and the most beautiful royal residences in Europe. Transfer back to Bucharest. Estimated time of arrival 5PM. * Please have in mind that Peles Csatle is closed from November 1 until November 24 for annual maintenance. Pelisor Castle will be available for visiting.
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