Transilvania from 360 €


Visit the home of Dracula, the most famous vampire in history who lived in the heart of Romania, in the region called Transylvania. This region is surrounded by the Carpathian mountains that cross the country and where is the Castle of Bram, better known as the Castle of Dracula.

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Your day to day

Barajas / 07:30
Ryanair FR 2513 Ryanair
3h 50m Nonstop
12:20 Henri Coanda
29/10/2019 04/11/2019


About the city

Bucharest is a really beautiful city, featuring impossible mixture of different architecture styles; one can see Gothic and Greek Orthodox constructions alongside Stalinist monuments neighbouring post-modern apartment buildings of concrete and glass. Unlike other cities, the street structure is not square-parallel, but rather star-like, so streets go like star beams from round circuses, thus forming blocks of different shapes. During the 50's, Bucharest was known as Little Paris because of the French influence on the landscape and lifestyle of Bucharest. Traces of this period remain in the architecture of the city centre, in the profusion of outdoor cafes, and even in the Arcul de Triumf, a modest replica of Paris’ Arc de Triomphe. Downtown of Bucharest is comprised by the space between the Victoriei Square, where the Romanian Government is and the Unirii Square, where the grand boulevard that leads to the Parliament Palace, starts. Near Unirii Square there is also the old city centre, the Old Princely Court and iconic streets like Lipscani, Selari, Covaci, Gabroveni are situated. The area today contains an assortment of middle 19th century buildings, ruins of the Wallachian princes' medieval court, churches, bank headquarters, a few hotels, clubs, restaurants and shops. Narrow cobblestoned streets retain the names of the ancient guilds that resided on them. The area was mostly renovated and is now a place of gathering for the young generation of the city. Revolution square is a double square that houses the Romanian Athenaeum, the National Library, the Senate building and the old Royal Palace that is now the Museum of Art. There is a tall monument in the centre of the square in memory of those who died during the revolution. Bucharest is a city of parks. Wander through well-groomed central Cişmigiu Garden or huge Herăstrău Park. For the Bucharesters, they’re not just refuges from the summer heat, but focal poits for much of the city’s social life. Elderly pensioners, young lovers, football fans, and backgammon and chess whizzes are everywhere. Come join the fun.

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Bucharest Comfort Suites

  • At 0.6 km from the center
  • Nicolae balcescu steer, no. 16, 16, Bucharest 010052
At the end of your trip to Bucharest the Bucharest Comfort Suites Hotel is waiting for you for a 4-stars experience. Since our beginnings, when we cut the inaugural ribbon, we are ready to meet the most refined of tastes, whatever way takes you to ou...
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  • Junior Suite (1)


  • 6 Accommodation nights

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Dracula and Peles Castles Premium Tour

day 2 - Dracula Castle Complete 07:30
Start your day by enjoying the amazing views that the most important passageway between the principalities of Wallachia and Transylvania has to offer. Prahova Valley is the most important destination for mountaineers and for winter sports fan in Romania. Right afterwards, you will arrive at the last royal estate of the Romanian monarchy, Peles Castle. Built at the end of the 19th-century during more than 40 years of craftmanship, the castle represents a blend of neo-Renaissance and Gothic Revival architectural styles. Its interior has over 170 rooms decorated in different consecrated styles like Florentine, Turkish, Moorish, French and imperial, etc.

The next attraction of the tour will be the medieval Bran Castle, commonly known as 'Dracula's Castle.' There, you will have the chance to immerse yourself into the legend of Vlad the Impaler, the main character of the Bram Stoker novel. Afterwards we will have a nice lunch and make our way back to Bucharest.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Monday and Tuesday Peles Castle is closed and we will visit Rasnov Medieval Citadel
Stroller accessible
Near public transportation
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 6 travelers
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
In front of the Romanian Atheneum
Henri Coanda / 18:20
Wizz Air W6 3171 Wizz Air
4h 10m Nonstop
21:30 Barajas
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