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Following the Traces of Count Dracula



6 days / 5 nights

Group Size

10 people


  • Adventure



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Departure: Bucharest

Arrival: Bucharest

Transportation: by bus/minivan with an assigned driver and authorized guide, or individually. For that, we can offer a rent-a-car service.

Good to know: garlic keeps vampires away.

Highlights: Bucharest-Targoviste-Bran Castle-Hosman-Sighisoara-Brasov


Bucharest – Targoviste – Bran – Hosman – Sighisoara – Brasov – Snagov – Bucharest

In the land beyond the forest, where mysteries are in their natural habitat, Transylvania, lies one of the most popular legends ever told. In this eerie chapter of discovery, we’ll juggle fact and fiction to discover more about the infamous story of Count Dracula.

You will be surrounded by a sense of mystery and be enchanted by Dracula’s land, whether you are exploring the enigmatic chambers of Bran Castle, the so-called Count Dracula’s home, or strolling through the streets of Sighisoara, where he was born. Vlad Dracul, also known as Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), ruled Wallachia from 1456 to 1462 and served as the model for Bram Stoker’s fictitious character “Dracula.”

Be brave and follow the clues. Who knows what you’ll be rewarded with?

– Bucharest: the capital and largest city of Romania, as well as its cultural, industrial, and financial center.

– Targoviste (The Royal Court): the first capital of Wallachia. The city is well-known for the Night Attack, during which Vlad defeated the Ottomans.

– The Royal Court of Targoviste: is an architectural complex built in Romania between the 15th and 17th centuries.

– Bran: a commune in the county of Brasov, where the infamous Bran Castle is located.

– Bran Castle: the earliest vampire legend of Count Dracula is linked to this famous castle.

– Hosman: is a typical Saxon village that still preserves authentic medieval European landscapes, fortified churches, and an old mill.

– Medias: is a charming little city, where the combination of old and new match harmoniously.

– Sighisoara: the mystical place where Prince Vlad was born.

FREE Day in Sighisoara

These are some of the amazing thing for you to see, but are not limited to:

– Church on the Hill: which has frescoes dating back as far as 500 years.

– The Church of the Dominican Monastery: known for its Transylvanian Renaissance carved altarpiece, baroque painted pulpit, Oriental carpets, and 17th century organ.

– Venetian House: built in the 13th century.

If you ask us, this is the highlight of the trip, so make sure to enjoy it fully.

– Brasov: it is the most important Saxon city and it was one of the most well-known and mighty cities in the Voivode of Transylvania.

– Town Hall Square to observe the famous and well-preserved baroque buildings.

– The Black Church: It is the largest sacred building in Romania.

-All of this combined in a guided tour in the city of Brasov

FREE Day in Brasov

These are just a few of the amazing things you can find while strolling the streets of Brasov, that we highly recommend checking out:

– Palace of Justice: Nicolae Ceausescu was held from February to August 1936 in the penitentiary of this building.

– Republic Street: The history of this historic street dates back to the Middle Ages.

– Council Square: it is the heart of the city, where many national or international events take place.

– Sforii Street: the narrowest street in the city of Brasov.

– Schei Gate:  It was built between 1827 and 1828 in order to let through heightened traffic.

– Catherine’s Gate: it was built by the Tailor’s Guild in 1559 for defensive purposes in the place of an old gate destroyed by a flood in 1526.

– Cable car to Tampa: it takes you to some amazing panoramic views over the city of Brasov.

We start the day in the city of Brasov to visit the famous Snagov Monastery, before continuing on to the next amazing location.

– Snagov Monastery: the monastery is linked to the name of Prince Vlad Tepes, whose tombstone is inside the church, in front of the altar.


Now is the perfect time to stop, unwind, and take in the beauty of our capital city, Bucharest. May it be a stunning building or a hip bar that you are after, worry you not, Bucharest will leave you intrigued and wanting more.

– The Palace of Parliament – second largest building in the world.

– The Village Museum – one of the oldest and largest museums in Europe.

– National Museum of Natural History – Grigore Antipa – It is ranked fifth among Europe’s most beautiful natural history museums.

– Calea Victoriei – It is one of the first cobbled streets and electrical installations in the country.

– Romanian Athenaeum – It is the most beautiful concert hall in Bucharest, which has a fresco painted with the entire history of Romania.

– Macca Villacrosse Passage – one of Bucharest most well-known passageways.

The Synchronized Fountains in Unirii Square – built in the late 1980s, were recognized, approved, and published in 2019 by the World Record Academy as the Longest String of Synchronized Choreographic Fountains in the World.


After these eventful few days, we thank you for embarking with us on this mythical journey, and we hope to see you again soon!


  • Price upon inquiry


  • 5 nights accommodation in double rooms at 4* with breakfast
  • 3 dinners (at Bran and Sighisoara)
  • English-speaking guided tour in Brasov
  • Castle Bran entrance fee
  • Minivan transport according to the program
  • Other meals outside the ones mentioned in the program
  • Guided Tour in Sighisoara (upon request 35 euro/pers)
  • Medical insurance

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