In search of Dracula



Arrival in Bucharest. Meet your guide and transfer downtown by car or minibus (depending on participants number). Visit the ruins of the Old Princely Court and the History Museum where you will discover the real character from the count’s legend. City tour of Bucharest: Arch of Triumph, the little brother of the one in Paris, the Parliament Palace, the worls’s second largest builduing after the Penthagon, Victoria Avenue that resembles la Via del Corso in Rome, the Royal Palace, actual residence of the president, the quays of Dambovita and the Palace of Justice, the impressive Military Academy, the Universitate Square, the Military Academy, the Revolution Square with he Romanian Atheneum, etc. Dinner in local restaurant. Overnight in 4* hotel.

Breakfast. Departure towards Târgoviște. Visit the ruins of the Princely Court of Vlad Tepeș-Dracula and the Chindia’s Tower. Continuation towards Bran through Carpathian Mountains, visit Dracula’s Castle in Bran, built by the inhabitants of Brasov in 1377 for defence reasons. Vlad used this castle as a headquarter for his stay in Transylvania. In 1922, queen Mary Marie turned it into summer residence. For some years now, it serves as a Medieval Art Museum. One can also buy souvernis and spend the rest of the day in Dracula’s homeland. Overnight in Bran in 3* hotel.

Breakfast. Departure for Brașov through the Carpathian mountains. Brașov (former Kronstadt founded by the Saxon colonizers) – walking tour of the city. Departure towards Sighișoara, the birthplace of Vlad Dracul. The house still exists today, located close to the Clock Tower and runs as a restaurant. Visit the citadel. The narrow streets lead to the Clock Tower, that houses nowadays the a history museum. We will also see the church of the Dominican Monastery built in Gothic style. The 175 steps of the Scholars staircase, built and covered in wood back in 1642, lead us to the Church in the Hill, dedicated to Saint Nicolas and built starting with 1345 on the place of a Roman church dating from the 13th century. Departure towards Sinaia. Dinner and overnight in 4* hotel.

In the morning, visit the famous Peles Castle, one of the most beautiful Royal residences in Europe, that houses for many years an impressive collection of weapons, paintings and valuable furniture. Departure for and arrival to Bucharest. Transfer to the airport. End of our services.


3 nights / sharing a DBL room / 3*/4* hotels.
Note: SGL room is available on request (additional costs apply).

English speaking guide for the entire program.
Note: for groups of 2-3 tourists, the guide will also drive.

Full board starting with dinner on Day 1 and ending with breakfast on Day 4.

Transportation in private car or minibus or bus for the entire program (depending on group size) and transfers airport-hotel-airport with assistance.

Entrance fees to all proposed touristic sites, all local taxes.

– Peleș Castle is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays (in the spring);
– Princely Court and the History Museum in Bucharest are closed on Mondays.



International flight tickets are not included.

Travel insurance is not included.

Visa procurement (if needed) is not included.

The following extras are not included:

  • Hotel extras (telephone, Internet, minibar etc.);
  • Drinks (other than mineral water), coffee;
  • Photographing or filming fees at the visited sites;
  • Personal expenses, porterage, tips.


This tour is operated on request only. We are at your disposal no matter if your are an individual interested to take this tour or a tour operator aiming to propose it to your clients.