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Bucharest - Brasov - Dracula Land / Tihuta Pass - Cluj-Napoca - Sibiu - Curtea de Arges - Bucharest

Included services:

  • 6 nights accommodation in recommended 3*-4* hotels
  • 6 dinners (2 courses, dessert)
  • tour guide in the language of your choice (English, German, French)
  • transportation for the whole tour

 Not included services:

  • entry fees
  • other services not mentioned

Day 1


Group pick up from "Henri Coanda" Airport, Bucharest.

Bucharest was mentioned for the first time in a document dated 1457, during prince Vlad Dracul's reign. Known in the past as "The Little Paris", Bucharest has suffered a decline in the communist period, followed by a "revival in its own way", in the past 20 years.

Nowadays the city displays an interesting mix of old and new: modern steel-and-glass buildings mixed with ancient monuments with long and rich history; palaces and museums scattered in the Old Town, sophisticated cafes and restaurants providing unique feelings along with grey marks from the communist era, altogether representing the reborn charm of Romania's modern and interesting capital, with its cultivated sensibility.

Short city tour of Bucharest, with the visit of the Old Town (attractions in the Lipscani/Historical CentreManuc's Inn, the ruins of the Old Court, former Vlad Dracul's Palace), Victoriei Boulevard with the Romanian Atheneum - the capital cultural landmark, the Royal Palace, the Cantacuzino PalaceKretzulescu church, Stavropoleos church. 

In the evening a traditional Romanian restaurant will be the place where you will enjoy the Romanian hospitality.


Accommodation in Bucharest

Day 2

Bucharest - Snagov - Targoviste - Bran - Brasov

On the footsteps of Vlad Dracul/Dracula: visiting Snagov Monastery, where, according to the legend the Walachian Prince Vlad the Impaler, son of Vlad Dracul rests for eternity.

Targoviste, the old capital of Walachia - visit the XVth century Chindiei Tower, part of the old Royal Court complex, built during Vlad Dracul's reign.

Transfer to Bran, visiting the famous Bran Castle, considered to be Prince Vlad Dracul's residence. In Bram Stoker's famous vampire novel, "Dracula" the Bran Castle is described as Count Dracula's residence, Stoker's real inspiration being Vlad the Impaler, son of Vlad Dracul, the Walachian Prince.

Bran Castle was also Queen Mary of Romania's residence, a place close to her heart; in the proximity of the castle there is an altar carved in the wall of a mountain in which the Queens' heart once was deposited. 

Brasov short city tour with the visit of the City Council Square, the Black Church (Brasov's landmark, over 500 years old, the largest Gothic church in SE Europe, hosts one of the greatest pipe organs in Europe), Ecaterina's gate, a fairy-looking medieval  tower, part of the last preserved original city gates.


Dinner and accommodation in Brasov/Poiana Brasov (mountain resort)

Day 3

Brasov - Praid - Tihuta Pass / Dracula's Castle

After breakfast we leave Brasov and travel to the Corund/Praid ethnographic area.

In the afternoon, we reach the so-called "Dracula Land".

Tihuta Pass is situated at the meeting point between Transylvania and Moldavia, breathtaking landscapes can be seen along a spectacular and difficult mountain road.

Bram Stoker placed the action of his novel around Dracula’s Castle, located in the Tihuta Pass (old name Bargau/Borgo pass), the gateway to Count Dracula's realmThis may be due to the seclusion of the place, or due to the mysterious atmosphere that surrounds it: the imposing forests, the gloom that surrounds the castle on cold days and the height at which the castle is located.

A “mise en scene” showing a dramatised episode from Dracula’s life will be performed in the evening.


Dinner and accommodation in Dracula's Castle Hotel – Tihuta.

Day 4

Tihuta Pass - Cluj-Napoca - Sighisoara

Leaving Bistrita for Cluj-Napoca with a short sightseeing of the city.

Cluj-Napoca city tour with the visit of St Michael's gothic church, the Benedictine Monastery, the Museum Square, the Union Square. The capital of Transylvania in the medieval times, Cluj-Napoca is today a vibrant city, sharing both traditional and progressive events; definitely worth visiting for its excellent cultural activities, wonderful historical legacy, fine dining, and great atmosphere.

In the afternoon, arrival in Sighisoara, a fortified city in the heart of Transylvania, visit of the well preserved fortified site: the Stag House, the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill, the Venetian House, the Covered Stairs.

Sighisoara (Schässburg in German) is one of the most visited cities in Transylvania, and offers an outstanding testimony of the local Saxons culture. The best preserved medieval citadel in Romania, Sighisoara offers a genuine feeling of a medieval fortress, one special feature is that its houses have been permanently inhabited.

Visit of the medieval fortress of Sighisoara, the best preserved continously inhabited fortress in SE Europe and Vlad Dracul's birth house – where the Walachian Prince was actually born six centuries ago.

In the evening a really special opportunity: dinner with a "bloody" menu in Vlad Dracul's birth house, now hosting a restaurant, and perhaps a short visit of the torture room, also set in his house.


Dinner and accommodation in Sighisoara

Day 5

Sighisoara - Sibiu

Transfer to Sibiu.

Mihnea the BadVlad Dracul's son, was killed on the steps of the imposing Evangelical Church in Sibiu, and his tombstone can be seen in the churche's ferrule, an L-shaped closed-off section.

City tour of the medieval centre of Sibiu, one of Romania’s most attractive cities: the Large Square with Brukenthal Palace, Haller House, the Catholic Church and the Council Tower - symbol of the city; the Small Square with Luxembourg House, the Liar's Bridge, the House of Arts; Huet Square with the Evangelical Church; and the Fortress street.

Considered in its earlier days one of the best fortified citadels in Europe, Sibiu retains and displays the testimonies of a glorious past, and offers the best mix between a medieval atmosphere and a modern outlook.


Dinner and accommodation Sibiu

*Optional: dinner with traditional menu and folk show in a rural pension, in Sibiel (22 km from Sibiu) - Glass Icons Museum unique in Europe, over 700 exhibits


Accommodation in Sibiu

Day 6

Sibiu - Curtea de Arges - Bucharest

Leaving Sibiu for Curtea de Arges;

Visit of the monastery of Curtea de Arges, a masterpiece of the Romanian architecture and also a place of legend: the legend of the craftsman Manole, who had to sacrifice his own wife and build her inside the monastery walls, as a condition for the church to last for eternity.

Transfer to Poenari fortress, former residence of Vlad Dracul, a place where he actually lived.

1400+ challenging steps are to be climbed before reaching the remote Poenari fortress built on the cliff. Rewards after the brutal climb: the breathtaking views from the top of the cliff, the ruins of the Vlad Dracul castle, which show a place full of history, myth, and speak for the Prince deeds which associated him with the Dracula character.

In the evening: farewell festive dinner and accommodation in Bucharest

Day 7



Transfer to the "Henri Coanda" Airport  Bucharest 



Good bye, Romania !

Price/pers in EUR

       Double room                   Single Room Supplement
417 112

The prices are valid for a minimum 30 paying persons/group.

Included services:

  • 6 nights accommodation in recommended 3*-4* hotels
  • 6 dinners (2 courses, dessert)
  • tour guide in the language of your choice (English, German, French)
  • transportation for the whole tour

 Not included services:

  • entry fees
  • other services not mentioned

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