0 € for children under 3
0 € / child 3-12
Transport by car/minibus fuel, parking fees;
English speaking guide/driver.
Meals (aprox. 8 Euro/person/meal);
Entrance fees to Sarmizegetusa, Corvin Castle;
Video and photo fees.
INFORMATION & TERMS
We kindly request our guests to be ready 10 minutes before departure;
All tours are escorted by English speaking licensed guides;
For guided tours in other languages a booking should be made 72h
Bran Castle aka Dracula`s Castle became one of the most visited tourist landmark of Romania due to the novel of Bram Stoker – Dracula, a horror bestseller. The surroundings of this medieval stronghold, are very well described in this fictional novel of Bram Stoker, Based on the historical facts, he successfully creates Count Dracula fictional character transforming Bran Castle into the count residence.
Even there are less historical connections between the castle and the historical character Vlad the Impaler, your local Romanian guide will make an interesting presentation at least as interesting as the novel of Bram Stoker.
Brasov old town
Once we reach Brasov, we will visit some of the best attractions of this medieval landmark of Transylvania. Black Church - this impressive gothic church dates back from 14th century and it was named for its charred appearance after the town’s Great Fire in 1689. Old Braşov was once enclosed by high and thick walls, thus preventing different attacks of the Turks, Mongols or Tartars. Today you can still admire some of the old fortifications, such as the White Tower, Katherine`s Gate, Weavers Bastion.
The Rope Street it is considered one of the narrowest street in Europe, with a width of almost 1.3 meters. This narrow street, as many other medieval passageways and streets, has been built in the 15th century to allow firefighters to easily get around the city.