Welcome to Transylvania! Discover our amazing country during the best Romania Escorted Tours. Explore impressive cultural and historical attraction and discover all the important Dracula related places. Attend special events such as the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead and, on Halloween, have fun at up to 3 parties.
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Our Awarded 7-Days Vampire tour includes amazing cultural and historical attractions, as well as the best Dracula related places. Meet our experienced English speaking guide in Bucharest. Visit Snagov Monastery (Dracula’s alleged burial place), followed by Poienari Fortress, and the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu. On your third day, travel to the impressive Corvinesti Castle, a Gothic style edifice which used to be ruler Iancu de Hunedoara’s residence.
In the evening, arrive in Turda and attend a unique event – our Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead, performed according to old customs and traditions. Meet our team during a fun ‘Evening Sitting’. In the morning, visit the breathtaking Turda Salt Mine. Next, enjoy a city tour of Cluj-Napoca, accommodate at Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass and visit Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler. No tour of Transylvania would be complete without the iconic Bran Castle. Explore the castle and find out if the legends are true. Accommodate in the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov and enjoy a delicious dinner.
On your last day, drive to Sinaia and visit Peles Palace, an impressive neo-renaissance style castle which used to serve as the Royal Family’s summer residence. From here, travel to the ruins of the Royal Court in Targoviste and then return to Bucharest to conclude your itinerary.
The ‘Unforgettable 7-days tour’ is actually a special edition of our regular 7-Days Vampire itinerary. It departs once every year, in July and it includes the same highlights as the edition traveling throughout the year. However, on this specific tour, you can also attend a fun Masquerade Party taking place in Turda and enjoy a Royal Dinner at Bran Castle.
This amazing Vampire short break departs throughout the year, on customer request (except for Halloween season, when our catalog includes different itineraries).
Our guide collects you from Cluj-Napoca. Travel to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel and visit the Clock Tower History Museum, along with the Torture Room and The Medieval Weapons Collection. Your next itinerary is the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu where you will enjoy a delicious dinner.
On your second day, visit Corvinesti Castle and then join our team in Turda for the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead and an Evening Sitting. The following morning, visit the unique Turda Salt Mine and then go on a fun city tour of Cluj-Napoca. At the end of the tour, we provide transfer to the airport for your return flight.
Our 11-days itineraries are special journeys designed for large groups of students. Usually, such a tour aims to reunite between 10 and 40 people. The tour conductor (the teacher who accompanies his/her students) receives a place free of charge.
This itinerary begins in Bucharest. Our English speaking guide collects you from the airport. Explore our capital city on foot and then visit Snagov Monastery, Dracula’s alleged burial place. On your second day, visit the ruins of Vlad Tepes’ old court in Targoviste, the impressive Peles Palace in Sinaia, the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov and the iconic Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle.
The next day, you will remain in the Bran area and visit unique places such as Valley of The Citadel Cave, Rasnov Citadel (only from the outside) and the amazing Bat’s Cave (which is closed to the public, so we’ll have to admire it from the entrance).
Other highlights included in this amazing Study Trip are Poienari Citadel, the legendary Curtea de Arges Monastery, the Village Museum in Sibiel, Sighisoara Medieval Citadel or Turda Salt Mine. In Turda, you will also attend the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead.
On the 7th day of the tour, visit a series of impressive caves: Bear’s Cave, Scarisoara, Meziad Cave and Huda lui Papara Cave. Discover Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass, meet a famous woodcraftsman in Sacel and go on a unique Steam Train Ride on Vaser Valley. On the last day, return to Cluj-Napoca airport.
This 4-days itinerary departs from Bucharest on customer request. We require a group of minimum 4 people to depart. Visit Snagov Monastery, the alleged burial place of Vlad the Impaler. The next morning, discover the impressive Peles Palace, followed by the iconic Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. Visit Rasnov Fortress and accommodate in Poiana Brasov.
On the third day of the tour, visit the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov and then travel to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler. Visit the Clock Tower Museum, the Torture Room and the Medieval Weapons Collection. The next morning, transfer to Bucharest airport for the return flight.
Our 7-days Halloween itinerary is, arguably, the flagship of our catalog. It was placed in Fodor Travel Guide’s Top 10 Must-Do Adventures and it was awarded the Tour of 2019 distinction by Tour Radar.
Meet our English speaking guide in Bucharest. Travel to Snagov Monastery, the alleged burial place of Vlad the Impaler and then return to our capital for a delicious welcome dinner. On your second day, visit Poienari Fortress, Dracula’s old mountain refuge, as well as the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu, where you can find the largest concentration of tourist attractions. Enjoy a traditional Saxon dinner and a good night’s sleep and then travel to Corvinesti Castle, followed by Turda, where you will visit the unique Salt Mine.
From Turda, travel to Cluj-Napoca and go on a fun city tour. Your next destination is Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass. On Day 5, travel to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel. Discover the Clock Tower History Museum, the Medieval Weapons Collection and the Torture Room. In the evening, meet our team in the dungeon of a medieval hotel and get ready for an unforgettable party. Enjoy a delicious dinner complemented by a special program including a breathtaking magic show, an impressive ballet performance and our Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead.
The next day travel to Bran Village. On the way, stop in Brasov. Explore this Saxon city and discover highlights such as the popular Black Church. In the evening, join us at Bran Castle for the popular Halloween Party. Take advantage of our skip the ticket office line service, go on a unique night tour of the castle and then party on the grounds till morning.
On your last day in Romania, visit Pelisor Castle in Sinaia and then travel to Bucharest to conclude your itinerary.
This short itinerary is designed for people who want to attend the popular Halloween Party at Bran Castle. Our English speaking guide collects you from Moxa Boutique Hotel in Bucharest. Arrive in Bran Village, accommodate at a 3* hotel and enjoy a delicious traditional dinner. In the evening, join our group at the entrance of Bran Castle and take advantage of our skip the ticket office line service. Go on a unique night tour of the castle and then party till morning.
On the second day of this itinerary, go on a city tour of Brasov and admire the impressive Medieval Saxon city and its landmarks (such as the Black Church). You will arrive in Bucharest in the evening. We provide airport or hotel drop off.
This private itinerary departs on customer request, for a group of minimum 4 people. Unlike the tailor made tours departing throughout the year, this specific trip doesn’t allow travelers to choose their favorite starting day. This is due to the fact that we include two fun parties in the program and your itinerary must coincide with these events.
Depart from Bucharest and discover impressive highlights such as Poienari Citadel, Dracula’s mountain refuge, followed by Arefu Village, where you will discover the best legends related to Vlad the Impaler. The following morning, drive to the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu, where you can admire impressive attractions such as the Bridge of Liars.
Your next destination is Sighisoara Medieval Citadel. In the evening of your third day, attend our fun Halloween Party in Sighisoara. Enjoy a delicious festive dinner followed by an unforgettable program including our Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead and many entertaining surprises.
Recover from our party and then travel to the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov. Go on a fun city tour and then drive to Bran Village. Enjoy a traditional dinner. Later, join our group at the entrance to Bran Castle in order to attend the popular Halloween Party taking place here. The next morning, visit Snagov Monastery, Dracula’s alleged burial place and then transfer to Bucharest airport for your return flight.
Our 10-days Halloween tour departs from Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Meet your experienced English speaking guide at the airport. Your first destination is Tokaj Winery, where you will serve the same wine Dracula likes to serve to his guests.
Once you arrive in Romania, visit unique places such as the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta where each grave is accompanied by a funny epitaph describing the deceased’s life. Another impressive cultural highlight is the Village Museum in Sighetu Marmatiei. From here, travel to Sacel and meet a talented woodcraftsman who will teach you how to carve the perfect wooden stake.
Halloween Parties in Transylvania
Accommodate at Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass, built according to Bram Stoker’s description. The next day, travel to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel and attend our fun Halloween Party including the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead. Have fun and then get some rest, because, on your next day, you will attend the popular Halloween Party at Dracula’s Castle.
The next destination in your itinerary is Rasnov Fortress, a fortification which has resisted against a large number of sieges. From here, travel to Brasov and discover highlights such as the famous Black Church. Another impressive city you will tour is Sibiu, known for its large concentration of tourist attractions. One of the stand-out landmarks in this city is the Bridge of Liars. Before leaving Transylvania, you will also visit Corvinesti Castle, an impressive Gothic-style edifice.
On Day 9, leave Transylvania and return to our neighbors – Hungary. Stop in Szeged, also known as the Sun City and enjoy a city tour. In the evening, return to Budapest and accommodate at a 3* hotel. The following morning, we transfer you to the airport for your return flight.
This 3-days Halloween Short Break departs from Bucharest and includes attractions such as Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, Bran Castle and the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov. On your first day, travel from Bucharest to Sighisoara and get ready for our fun Halloween Party taking place in the dungeon of a Medieval hotel located inside the citadel.
The following day, travel to the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov, go on a city tour and, in the evening, arrive in Bran Village. Accommodate at a 3* hotel and then arrive at the entrance to meet our group. Take advantage of our skip the ticket office line service, go on a unique night tour of the Castle followed by a fun party on the grounds. The next morning depart for Bucharest to conclude your itinerary.
In general, Romania is a safe country for tourists. Directories such as the Global Terrorist Database rank this country on position 138/163. This shows that no terrorist attacks have occured here.
Another important database, the GIP (Global Peace Index) which bases its rankings on militarization, society and security, domestic and interest conflict, places Romania on position 22/163 countries, making it one of the safest countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
While you don’t need to worry about crime in Romania (the crime rate is below the European average), you should know that the corruption is at a high level. Authorities may propose you ‘mutually beneficial’ ways to solve certain issues – usually their solution stretches the law or, worse, it is completely outside the law. You should refuse such agreements in order to stay out of trouble. Always insist on legal justification.
Need to Know before your Romania Escorted Tours
- Confirm your passport is valid for 6 months from when you think your trip will end. Don’t get stranded.
- Get comprehensive travel insurance to cover you and your gear. Get insurance that’s right for you and covers your activities in the places you’ll go. Remember, regardless of how healthy and fit you are, if you can’t afford travel insurance, you can’t afford to travel.
- Consider your physical and mental health. Get advice from your doctor if you’re unsure.
- See your doctor or travel clinic 8 weeks before you go for a basic health check
- Check if your medication is legal and available in the places you’re going. Take enough of your prescribed medicines to last the whole trip. Carry copies of your prescription and a letter from your doctor.
- Tell your bank you’re travelling and check if your cards will work. Have several payment options.
Driving in Romania
Our escorted tours in Romania usually include transfer services between the included attractions. Still, the following advice might be useful if you decide to extend your stay and keep exploring on your own. In this case, you should know a few things: inside cities, you will most likely encounter heavy traffic almost all the time. You should pay extra attention because some drivers don’t always respect the law. Another important advice: if you intend to stop in certain places around town, you should be prepared to circle around as free parking spots are very hard to find. It’s best to plan ahead and know where you can find the closest parking lot just in case.
Outside cities, you will notice that National Roads often cross through villages. Be careful when this happens as you might encounter carts and animals on the road. Furthermore, because there are just a few highways in Romania, National Roads are overcrowded. The poor infrastructure and the large number of villages you pass through often cause the traffic to slow down.
You should be able to walk safely on the streets of Romanian cities. Muggings don’t usually happen here (very rare cases). However, you should keep your valuables somewhere safe while traveling. Preferably, you should leave valuable belongings in the hotel safe. Why do we insist on this?! Because, although there are very low (towards zero) chances of you getting mugged, you can expect to encounter pickpockets everywhere.
There are two types of pickpockets: amateurs, who just grab your purse and make a run for it, or professionals who operate based on a simple plan: take advantage of buses or trains – crowded places, where you are less likely to notice something out of the ordinary – and cut your purse open without you even noticing. By the time you realize what happened, they will be long gone. The best way to protect yourself against these thieves is to keep your belongings within eyesight. They can’t touch your purse if you are always watching it.
According to Romanian laws:
- Always carry photo ID – you should keep the original passport or ID card somewhere safe and carry photocopies with you
- You are prohibited from taking photos of airports, military sites or other secure locations (this includes drones – be careful, as you might have a non-pleasant surprise if you accidentally fly a drone in military airspace)
- Penalties for drug offences are severe. Depending on the seriousness of the crime, you can face up to 20 years in jail. Authorities are focusing more on finding the dealers rather than the users, but it’s always best to avoid getting in trouble
Before traveling to a foreign country, we always recommend getting a travel insurance. You might not realize this at the beginning, but a travel insurance can prove itself very important. It covers various situations you can find yourself in and it makes sure you and your family will not suffer financially if things go wrong.
If you are still not convinced, here is a concrete example of why Travel Insurance is important. You may find yourself in need of medical assistance while in Romania. Healthcare outside your country can get quite expensive and you will probably not receive free care or subsidized costs. However, a good travel insurance means that the insurer will cover the necessary payments.
When you decide to book a vacation abroad, you usually look at several factors: what is included in the itinerary, when it takes place – or whether you can decide when to depart – and, of course, the price of the tour you are about to book. The costs for our itineraries depend on several factors such as length or special events included.
Throughout the year, we organize Romania Escorted Tours with set departure dates and private itineraries (which depart based on customer request for the traveler’s group only). Because our tailor made tours are designed for you and your friends/family specifically, the price will be a bit higher than the one for regular itineraries.
Average prices revolve around €1200 for a 7-days itinerary – for people sharing a double room, if you want a Single room, you will also have to pay for the ‘Single Supplement’ option. You can book a 3-days short break for about €650/person. These are just average costs, for the specific prices please check each product’s description.
Prices for the 10 and 11-days Romania Escorted Tours
Besides the short breaks and the Awarded 7-Days tours, our catalog also includes special itineraries such as 11-days Study Trips and our 10-days Halloween tour from Budapest.
Study Trips include various cultural and historical places along with the Dracula related highlights. On these itineraries, the groups of students are usually accompanied by a teacher (the group leader), who travels free of charge. Our ‘Transylvania’s Undying Legend’ Study Trip costs €1287 / €1576 (for single rooms), while the ‘Dracula Tours for Schools’ edition costs €1557 / €1837 (for single rooms).
Meanwhile, the 10-days Romania Escorted Tours departing from Budapest cost €1790 or €1999 for accommodation in a single room.
Price for Awarded 7-Days Itineraries
Arguably the flagships of our catalog, our 7-days Awarded itineraries include the best Dracula related highlights as well as a series of fun historical and cultural attractions. On Halloween, our 7-days tour includes up to three fun parties. You can book it for €1299 or €1419 if you want to accommodate in a single room.
Throughout the year, we organize a 7-days Vampire itinerary departing once every week, between May and October. This itinerary also includes special events such as our Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead, complemented by an Evening Sitting. The price for this tour is €1159.
In addition to the regular 7-days Vampire tour, we organize two special editions of this itinerary. The ‘Best of Romania’ version costs €1181 and allows you to attend 4 special dinners and a special show and to accommodate in a castle hotel. Meanwhile, taking place in July only, another special edition of our 7-days tour includes a Royal Dinner at Bran Castle and a fun Masquerade Party, all for €1159.
3-Days Vampire and Halloween Short Breaks
Our 3-days short breaks include the main Dracula related attractions. The Vampire edition departs from Cluj-Napoca on customer request and includes Sighisoara, Bran Castle and the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead. The price for this itinerary is €569 or €666 for single rooms.
On Halloween, we organize two versions of this itinerary. One of them departs from Cluj-Napoca and the other one begins in Bucharest. Both tours include our Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel and the popular Party at Dracula’s Castle. You can book either itinerary for €599 or €666 for accommodation in a single room.
Romania Escorted Tours on Halloween – 1 and 2-days Tours
We organize 1 or 2-days itineraries on Halloween, designed for people who are specifically interested in the Halloween Party in Sighisoara or the popular party at Dracula’s Castle.
First of all, our 1-day City Break with Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel includes access to this event, as well as accommodation and meals, for €249/person. Meanwhile, the 1-day itinerary which includes access to the Halloween Party at Bran Castle also offers accommodation and a traditional dinner, for the price of €259 or €288 for single travelers.
2-Days Tours in Transylvania
The 2-days tour with Halloween Party in Sighisoara includes transfer from Bucharest, Sibiu, Cluj or Brasov to Sighisoara as well as accommodation, dinner and access to our Halloween Party. The price for this tour is €439 or €479 if you require accommodation in a single room.
If you choose our 2-days tour with Halloween Party at Bran Castle, you will be transfered from Bucharest to Bran Village. Your itinerary also includes accommodation, dinner and access to the party. Book this tour now for €369 or €399 for single travelers.
The price of food in Romania
While on our escorted Romania Escorted Tours, you will enjoy breakfasts and dinners included according to your itinerary. Still, you might want to have lunch on your own account, in which case you should know that, on average, the cost of food in Romania is around 104 lei/day. Here’s the full quote from Budget Your Trip, a useful site if you want to know average costs in countries you visit:
While meal prices in Romania can vary, the average cost of food in Romania is lei104 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Romania should cost around lei41 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner. The price of food in sit-down restaurants in Romania is often higher than fast food prices or street food prices.Budget Your Trip
The same website reveals that travelers spend about 31 lei / day on average on alcoholic drinks in Romania.
How much does transportation cost in Romania?
Budget Your Trip, the site we mentioned earlier, doesn’t only provide average costs for food, it also helps you determine how much it costs to travel around in buses, taxis or trains. Statistics claim travelers spend about 79 lei / person on local transportation. Of course, this depends on the means of transport.
Buses or the Subway are cheaper than a taxi ride, but they come with a few disadvantages. First of all, they are usually quite crowded and you won’t always find an empty seat. Furthermore, buses and especially the subway are places favored by pickpockets. As stated earlier in this article, you should always keep your bag or purse within eyesight to avoid any unwanted surprises.
Taxis are more expensive, but you won’t encounter pickpockets since you travel alone or with the person(s) accompanying you only. What you should pay attention for while in a taxi is the route your driver chooses. Some taxi drivers take advantage of foreigners and circle them around to increase the price on the meter. Or, even worse, they attempt to negotiate a sum before departure and keep the meter off. This is an illegal practice and, although they won’t circle around if you accept, the sum they propose is going to be a lot higher than what the ride actually costs. The best alternative is using ridesharing services such as Uber, which are present in all the big cities.
If you need transfer between cities, you can choose going by car or train (both may turn out to be very slow rides because of the poor infrastructure). Some of our big cities also have airports. If speed is important for you, an internal flight can be a solution as well – it’s more expensive than the other options, but you can choose this if you really need to get somewhere fast.
Here’s what Budget Your Trip has to say about the costs of transfer between cities:
Transportation between cities and towns in Romania costs an average of lei128. Naturally, prices vary by the length of the route, the type of transportation used, and the date.
Our catalog includes tours ranging from 1-day city breaks focused on one of our Halloween Parties to the Awarded 7-Days Tours or even the 10-day itinerary from Budapest. The longest trips in our catalog are the 11-days Study Trips.
Find out which is your favorite tour based on the attractions and special events they include.
1-Day Romania Escorted Tours
We designed these 1-day experiences for travelers who are not interested in exploring our country (or do not have the time to), but they are interested in attending a fun Halloween Party.
There are two distinct 1-day tours in our catalog. One of them includes our Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel. The price includes accommodation, meals and the ticket for the event, but you will have to arrange transfer on your own. Join us in the basement of a medieval hotel in Sighisoara, enjoy a delicious festive dinner and attend our fun program including the Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead.
The other 1-day experience revolves around the popular Halloween Party at Bran Castle. You will have to arrive in Bran Village on your own as the price covers only your accommodation, meals and access to the party.
2-Days Tours with the best Halloween Parties
We also organize 2-days itineraries focusing either on our Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel or on the popular Party at Bran Castle.
The 2-days tour including the Halloween Party at Bran Castle departs from Bucharest. We transfer you to Bran Village (and back the following morning). Accommodate in a 3* hotel and then join us for the best party in Transylvania. Take advantage of our skip the ticket office line service at Bran Castle to avoid waiting a long time at the entrance. Go on a unique night tour of castle, followed by a fun party on the grounds.
If you want to attend our Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel, the 2-days itinerary including this event departs from Cluj, Brasov, Sibiu or Bucharest. It includes transfer to Sighisoara, accommodation and 2 meals (breakfast and dinner), as well as access to our Halloween Party.
3-Days Short Breaks in Romania
Our 3-days short breaks are perfect if you only want a glimpse of what our country has to offer before deciding to go on an Awarded 7-Days tour.
The vampire edition of our 3-days short break departs from Cluj-Napoca on customer request. Highlights include Sighisoara Medieval Citadel (the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler), followed by the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu or Corvinesti Castle. Arrive in Turda and attend our Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead and a fun Evening Sitting. The following morning, visit the unique Turda Salt Mine before returning to Cluj to conclude your journey.
On Halloween, the 3-days short break has two distinct versions: one departing from Cluj-Napoca and other one from Bucharest. Regardless of the itinerary you choose, you will travel to Sighisoara Citadel and Bran Village and attend the Halloween Parties organized at these venues.
Awarded 7-Days Vampire Tour
We organize an amazing Vampire itinerary. Meet our experienced English speaking guide in Bucharest. Highlights include Snagov Monastery, the alleged burial place of Vlad the Impaler, followed by the impressive Poienari Fortress, Dracula’s mountain refuge. From here, travel to the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu – make sure you tell the truth when you cross the Liar’s Bridge. Next, visit Corvinesti Castle in Hunedoara and the unique Turda Salt Mine. While in Turda, attend our Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead, performed according to old customs and traditions.
From Turda, travel to Cluj-Napoca and enjoy a fun city tour. Discover how the old architecture combines with the new buildings and admire unique landmarks such as St. Michael’s Cathedral. Accommodate at Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass, built according to author Bram Stoker’s descriptions. The next day, arrive in Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler. Visit the Clock Tower History Museum, the Torture Room and the Medieval Weapons Collection.
The iconic Bran Castle
No tour of Transylvania would be complete without the iconic Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. Go on a tour of the castle you won’t forget and then travel the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov where you can admire the Black Church. Attend a special dinner featuring ‘Dracula’s Wedding’, a non-verbal performance set on stage by professional actors. On your last day, travel to Sinaia and visit the Royal Peles Castle, followed by the ruins of the Royal Court in Targoviste. Return to Bucharest in the evening to conclude your itinerary.
Romania Escorted Tours – 7-Days Halloween Tour
The 7-days Halloween tour is, by far, the highlight of our entire catalog. Our guide collects you from Bucharest. You will discover the best highlights in the land of Dracula and you will attend 3 fun parties. This itinerary is a ‘Top 10 Must-Do Adventure’ according to Fodor’s Travel Guide and was awarded the ‘Tour of the Year 2019’ distinction by Tour Radar.
Depart from Bucharest. Visit attractions such as Snagov Monastery, Poienari Fortress or the Medieval Saxon City of Sibiu. Continue your tour with Corvinesti Castle – an impressive Gothic style edifice in Hunedoara, the former residence of ruler Iancu de Hunedoara. Next, visit Turda Salt Mine, go on a city tour of Cluj-Napoca and then accommodate at Dracula’s Castle Hotel in Borgo Pass, built according to Bram Stoker’s descriptions.
Halloween Parties in Transylvania
Here is where the fun starts. The next day, travel to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel and get ready for our Halloween Party. Enjoy a shot of ‘tuica’, also known as ‘water of fire’ and attend an unforgettable program including a breathtaking magic show, followed by an impressive ballet performance and by our Ritual of Killing of The Living Dead. The next day, travel to Bran Village and join us at the iconic Bran Castle for the Halloween Party taking place at this venue. Our skip the ticket office line service ensures you won’t wait 2-3 hours at the entrance. Go on a unique night tour of the castle and then party till morning in the courtyard.
On your last day, travel to Sinaia and visit Peles Palace. Your tour concludes in Bucharest, where we drop you off either at your hotel or at the airport.