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Private VIP Tour to Peles and Dracula's Castle - Day trip from Bucharest

Private VIP Tour to Peles and Dracula's Castle - Day trip from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$116.81

Discover the Romanian traditions and history in one day. The fascinating tour to Transylvania - The land of Vampire - will reveal the myth of vampires, the history of the royal family and medieval times.  Enjoy a historical adventure to the Carpathians Mountains and southeastern Transylvania.

During the day tour, we will visit 3 major attractions: – The first stop will be in Sinaia – the Pearl of the Carpathians ... More info ›

Discover the Romanian traditions and history in one day. The fascinating tour to Transylvania - The land of Vampire - will reveal the myth of vampires, the history of the royal family and medieval times.  Enjoy a historical adventure to the Carpathians Mountains and southeastern Transylvania.

During the day tour, we will visit 3 major attractions: – The first stop will be in Sinaia – the Pearl of the Carpathians. Here you will visit the interior and gardens of Peles Castle-the summer royal residence. – Second place to be visited is Dracula Castle in Bran. Well known around the world, the castle is a “symbol” of Romania.  – The last hour will be spent in Brasov – a medieval city settled by German colonists, where you will have a walking tour of the Old Town area.

The rich medieval heritage of the country is best illustrated by Romania’s fortresses and castles. While castles built from the 14th to the 18th century are strong and austere, intended mainly for military purposes, those erected in the late 1800’s display an imposing and luxurious architecture. The most popular examples are the 19th century Peles Castle, Royal Family summer residence, with its 160 rooms filled with priceless European art collections and, of course, Bran Castle, built at the middle of the 13th century and legendary home of Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula. 
Surrounded by an aura of mystery and perched high on a 200-feet rock, Bran Castle became famous due to its imposing towers and turrets, as well as to the myth created by the English novelist Bram Stoker and his Count Dracula character.
The castle was first mentioned in an official document issued by King Louis I of Hungary in 1377, who gave the Saxons from Kronstadt (Brasov in German) the privilege to build the citadel on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212. During the first decades of the 20th century, the castle served as a royal residence for the Romanian Royal Dynasty, a gift of the people of Brasov to Queen Mary of Romania, wife of King Ferdinand I.
Narrow winding stairways lead through 60 timbered rooms, many connected by hidden passages, housing collections of furniture, weapons and armor from the 14th to the 19th century. The castle guards over the picturesque village of Bran, which can be described as an open-air ethnographic museum, consisting of old local-style village houses, complete with furniture, household objects and costumes. 
Although Bram Stoker never traveled to Transylvania, he relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark story of Count Dracula, leading to the persistent myth that Bran Castle was once the home of Vlad Tepes, the ruler of Wallachia. While the historic association with Vlad Tepes, as well as the fictional one with Count Dracula are sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction among all fans of the Count. Included Services: transport, certified national guide, entrance fees to Peles Castle, Bran Castle or Rasnov Fortress,
Black Church in Brasov.

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Dracula Castle, Peles Castle and Brasov - Private Day Trip from Bucharest

Dracula Castle, Peles Castle and Brasov - Private Day Trip from Bucharest - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Bucharest, Romania

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$134.04

Created for the dynamic traveler short on time, this tour from Bucharest explores the best of Romania’s landmarks in one day. You’ll discover the capital of the country, find all about Romania’s Royal Family by visiting the amazingly beautiful Peles Castle, go in search of Dracula right in his lair and stop to enjoy the beautiful medieval town of Brasov ... More info ›

Created for the dynamic traveler short on time, this tour from Bucharest explores the best of Romania’s landmarks in one day. You’ll discover the capital of the country, find all about Romania’s Royal Family by visiting the amazingly beautiful Peles Castle, go in search of Dracula right in his lair and stop to enjoy the beautiful medieval town of Brasov. All is spiced up with gorgeous mountain landscape while you make your way along a breathtaking part of the Carpathian Mountains.

The day starts in Bucharest, Romania’s Capital, a place with a lot of history and plenty architectural gems. Once you get a little understanding of this busy town with the panoramic tour provided by your local guide, you’ll head towards fresh air and high peaks.

The first stop is Sinaia, Romania’s most famous mountain resort. Here you’ll get the chance to enjoy the breathtaking view of Peles Castle nested at the foothills of Bucegi Mountains.  As you will soon find out by visiting the lavished decorated rooms and gardens, Peles Castle was the royal residence of King Charles I of Romania.

Your next stop is probably the highlight of the trip but don't miss the amazing drive through Prahova Valley, a road surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. You’ll soon arrive at Bran Castle or famously known as Dracula Castle. High on a cliff, the castle will reveal all its secrets with the help of your friendly guide.

After such an experience you’ll sure wake up an appetite and can enjoy some local cheese tasting or have lunch nearby.

The tour continues and reaches its final stop, Romania’s most beautiful mountain town, Brasov, a medieval fortress that still keeps some of its walls and bastions. Here you’ll experience how a typical Transylvanian old city looked like and discover some of its landmarks in a short guided city walk.

The end of the day will find you back in Bucharest and your guide will drop you off at your hotel or another place of your choosing.

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Brasov 2-Day Tour : Peles Castle, Bran Castle, Prejmer Fortress

Brasov 2-Day Tour : Peles Castle, Bran Castle, Prejmer Fortress - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$284.44

This 2-Day Tour offers the best of the magical land of Transylvania. Visit Romania's most famous castles: Peles and Bran (Dracula Castle) and learn all about their incredible past and the stories they have to tell ... More info ›

This 2-Day Tour offers the best of the magical land of Transylvania. Visit Romania's most famous castles: Peles and Bran (Dracula Castle) and learn all about their incredible past and the stories they have to tell. Top it all off with a walking tour of the beautiful medieval city of Brasov and finish the tour with Prejmer Fortress, a typical Transylvanian fortified church, an UNESCO World Heritage. Experience all this and more with the incredible mountain scenery of the Carpathian Mountains on the background.

This is a 2-day tour filled with Instagram worthy pictures and incredible stories. Trust that your local guide will make this the highlight of your vacation in Romania.
You will be picked up from and dropped at your hotel or other place of your choosing in Bucharest. But what happens in between is the real magic:

Day 1: Peles Castle and Brasov - fairytale and medieval knights

The day tour starts in Bucharest from where you'll head north towards the Carpathian Mountains. In approximately two hours you’ll arrive in Sinaia, a popular mountain resort and home to the beautiful Peles Castle.

Built in 1883, Peleș Castle, a masterpiece of German Renaissance architecture, was the royal residence of King Charles I of Romania. Here you will visit the castle in the mountains and its gardens. Expect to be amazed at the landscape and to find out more about the Romanian Royal Family.

The tour continues with Brașov, a typical Transylvanian mountain city. Here you'll take a walking tour of the city exploring the old part of the town and the medieval walls with beautifully preserved bastions.

Then we'll go up by cable car on Tampa, the nearby mountain to enjoy the city from above.

Day 2: Bran Castle and Prejmer Fortified Church - an encounter with Dracula

We start the day visiting Bran, a village famous for the castle with the same name. But you might know it as Dracula Castle. You'll visit the castle with all it's rooms and interior garden and your local guide will tell you all there is to know about the Bloody Count. Reality or legend? You get to decide. The small boutiques and peasant fairs around the castle are just perfect for some traditional cheese tasting and buying different trinkets and souvenirs. 

Final stop is Prejmer, one of the many fortified churches of Transylvania, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  The impressive construction holds the first spot as the strongest peasant fortification in Transylvania. 

The tour ends in the evening in Bucharest, but the memories last a lifetime.

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Halloween at Draculas Castle with transport

Halloween at Draculas Castle with transport - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 14 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$183.40

Explore Dracula’s Castle in the light of the moon, in the most frightening night of the year.
The tour starts in the capital city of Romania, Bucharest, where your English-speaking guide will pick you from a fix point at 5 P.M.
In the night you can discover the secrets of Dracula`s Castle (Bran Castle) in a tour. After the secrets are revealed, you can enjoy yourself with music and good company at the Masquerade Halloween party. 
Early in the morning, at 4 A.M you will be departing for Bucharest.

Visit: Rolandia Travel

You will arrive at Dracula’s Castle after dawn ... More info ›

Explore Dracula’s Castle in the light of the moon, in the most frightening night of the year.
The tour starts in the capital city of Romania, Bucharest, where your English-speaking guide will pick you from a fix point at 5 P.M.
In the night you can discover the secrets of Dracula`s Castle (Bran Castle) in a tour. After the secrets are revealed, you can enjoy yourself with music and good company at the Masquerade Halloween party. 
Early in the morning, at 4 A.M you will be departing for Bucharest.

Visit: Rolandia Travel

You will arrive at Dracula’s Castle after dawn. At the arrival, Count Dracula will serve us his finest blood-red wine.
Your private tour will be led by Dracula himself through the dark hidden passages of his castle. You will walk through the same rooms that inspired Bram Stocker to create the famous Dracula, and you will discover the grim stories behind the legend.
Be respectful yet brave, keep your eyes open and your senses sharp, because no one can guarantee if Dracula’s evil plans include us.
At the end of the tour, with Dracula’s willing, we will join the downstairs party where Dracula himself will be a part of. Choose your costume wisely and enjoy the good music and the delightful company.
The departure for Bucharest from Bran will be at 4 A.M.  


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Day Trip to Dracula's Castle from Bucharest with airport transfer included

Day Trip to Dracula's Castle from Bucharest with airport transfer included - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$139.01

This day tour includes unique tourist attractions in Romania: Sinaia with its Peles Castle, emblem of the Romanian royalty, a highly valuable historical and artistic monument, the fascinating Bran Castle, wrapped in the legend of Count Dracula, one of the most visited cities in Romania - Brasov. Find out why Sinaia bears the name of the holy mount Sinai and find out the legends that cover Bran & Brasov area.

We set off from Bucharest and head to Sinaia following the scenic Prahova Valley ... More info ›

This day tour includes unique tourist attractions in Romania: Sinaia with its Peles Castle, emblem of the Romanian royalty, a highly valuable historical and artistic monument, the fascinating Bran Castle, wrapped in the legend of Count Dracula, one of the most visited cities in Romania - Brasov. Find out why Sinaia bears the name of the holy mount Sinai and find out the legends that cover Bran & Brasov area.

We set off from Bucharest and head to Sinaia following the scenic Prahova Valley. Upon arrival in Sinaia, called "Pearl of the Carpathians" due to the beauty of its natural setting and the elegance of its architecture, visit the Peles Castle, former summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family and emblematic of the Romanian Royalty. Leaving the castle head to the 300 years old Sinaia Monastery, the historic soul of the city of Sinaia and precious monument of Romanian Art.

Drive on to Bran to visit the famous medieval castle built as a fortress - The "Dracula's Castle" - for the citizens of Brasov with view to defend the city. Prince Vlad used the Castle as a general headquarters during his incursions in Transylvania. For many years, it has been an interesting medieval art museum. Surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend and perched high atop a 200-foot-high rock, Bran Castle owes its fame to its imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Bram Stoker's Dracula. Built on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212, the castle was first documented in an act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilege to built the Citadel. Although Stoker never visited Transylvania, the Irish author relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark and intimidating stomping ground of Count Dracula, leading to persistent myths that it was once the home of Vlad Tepes, ruler of Walachia. While the association with Dracula is sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction for all fans of the Count. After the visit you will enjoy time at leisure in the souvenir market.

After a short drive you will reach the city of Brasov. Fringed by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and resplendent with Gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania. Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance and has been used as backdrop in many recent period films. In this city, we are surrounded by legends of vampires and medieval stories. Here you will enjoy a walking tour through the old town centre, including the Black Church, the Council Square, the Hircher House and the baroque style building from the Austro-Hungarian times. During the walking tour you will pass by the Black Church, the largest Gothic cathedral between Vienna and Istanbul.

Start driving back to Bucharest in the late afternoon.

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2 Days DRACULA Tour : Bucharest-Sibiu-Brasov-Dracula Castle-Peles Castle

2 Days DRACULA Tour : Bucharest-Sibiu-Brasov-Dracula Castle-Peles Castle - Bucharest, Romania

Duration: 2 days
Location: Bucharest, Romania

From USD
$233.63

Take a morning drive through the lovely Olt or Prahova Valley. Enjoy the trip and the visit in SIbiu ... More info ›

Take a morning drive through the lovely Olt or Prahova Valley. Enjoy the trip and the visit in SIbiu. Second day continue the trip to Brasov and  Rasnov Citadel. Explore medieval Bran Castle, linked to the legend of the vampire Dracula

We will start the tour heading north from Bucharest and will cross the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania and reach Sibiu. On our way will visit Cozia Monastery erected by Mircea cel Bãtrân in 1388 and boasting his tomb, is one of the most valuable monuments of national medieval art and architecture in Romania.On our way we will also visit Curtea de Arges Monastery. Arrived in Sibiu, we will visit the medieval city.
Day 2. Sibiu - Brasov - Bran - Bucharest - Drive to thecity of Brasov - where Vlad led raids against the German Saxons.
We will visit the medieval part of the city with: The Black Church, The Town Hall, The Black Tower, Ecaterina’s Gate.
Today we will visit Dracula’s Castle - as in Bram Stoker's legendary vampire story. Situated at 30 Km from Brasov, between the Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains, Bran Castle is an important national monument and landmark of the Romanian tourism, due not only to the beauty of the Castle and the landscape but also to the legend of Count Dracula. The first documentary attestation of the Bran Castle is the act issued on November 19, 1377, by Ludovic I D'Anjou giving the inhabitants of Brasov the privilege to build the Citadel "on their own work and expense".
We continue to Sinaia, the beautiful mountain resort surnamed "The Pearl of the Carpathians" where we will visit Peles Castle: one of Romania's most beautiful palaces once the summer residence of the Romanian kings. Peles Castle is the most notable residents Romanian Royal family, one of the most beautiful castles in Eastern Europe. A testimony to the 19th century ruler’s refinement, the wonderful edifice was built after the wish of Romania’s first king, Carol I, and it happily mingled everything that was most beautiful and representative about the neo-Renaissance. The intricate facades, with applications of brown silky wood towers that seem to scratch the sky with their sharp roofs, along with the fountains and statues all make up a harmonious ensemble designed by accomplished Viennese architects. Peles has entered history as the place where some of the most important decisions were taken regarding Romania’s fate. Anniversaries, balls, music, literary events, and theater shows organized on the scene of the theater hall gave life to the castle and refreshed the Romanian high life. The atmosphere of this place preserves so much of the force of those times that visitors will be surprised when, at their departure, they will notice that no gilded carriage is waiting at the stairs!

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