Journey from Bucharest to the hearts of medieval Brasov and Bran, seeing Dracula's Castle, Rasnov Fortress, and much more. Explore Old Saxon architecture, citadel ruins, and dark local legends in your own Gothic fairytale!
What to Expect
Experience the Transylvanian life of today and of yore, in some of Europe's most well-preserved Medieval towns, and stunning castles, that famously served as the haunting backdrop to Bram Stoker's legendary novel, Dracula.
The village of Sibiu displays rough, cobblestone streets dominated by pastel-colored houses, and its more renowned neighbor Brasov, features Old Saxon architecture and citadel ruins, the skyline playing host to Bran, the gothic fairy-tale castle associated with Prince Vlad Tepes. The 15th-century Walachian Prince provided the inspiration for Bram Stoker's famous antagonist, and though the connection is tenuous, the deep bond of the locals with its legend is not.
Then see the Black Church, the Citadel of Brasov, Ecaterina's Gate, the White and Black Towers, the Bastions of many traditional craftsmen, and Rasnov Fortress. Enjoy an unmissable taste of Old Romania!
- Air-conditioned minivan with professional driver
- English-speaking guide
- Hotel pick-up
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Photo/video fees
- Lunch and snacks
Know Before You Go
We suggest bringing about 200 RON for entrance fees, meals, and other expenses. This is only an estimate.