Join us in Dracula’s Carriage and enjoy discovering 3 of the most important places to visit in Romania. And because we pay attention to details we made sure our routes include roads that cross through the very picturesque Carpathian Mountains.
We’ll take you to:
Peles Castle "the pearl of the Carpathian Mountains" was built between 1873 and 1914 and has been the summer residence of the Romanian Royal family. Currently it is the most visited museum in Romania!
Dracula’s Castle officially called Bran Castle, is currently the residence of our master and, in the past had been serving for ages as a military fortress controlling the entry route to Transylvania . Day and night, the castle speaks about Dracula for sure. You will also see and feel the presence of Queen Maria, Romania's favourite queen. Find out what captivated her here and why she loved it so much!
Rasnov Fortress is a citadel, one of the oldest and most spectacular fortresses built around the year 1215 by the Teutonic Knights. The citadel is part of the town with the same name that will for sure enchant you with picturesque streets and medieval saxon houses. In 2003, both of them gained celebrity status when the director of the movie “Cold Mountain” chose to shoot the scenes in the area. You will have the oportunity to meet the locals, learn how to bow shoot or throw axes from the best, the keepers of the fortress. If you want a small preview of your visit the famous Scorpion King 4 movie will be perfect for that!
STARTING TIME: 09.00 am*
MEETING SPOT : pick up from your accomodation is available at request. Please contact us for further details
DURATION : 7 hours
PRICE: 35 euro/pers*
Prices can be different for less than 3 participants on the tour.
*leaving time can be subject to change considering your pick up location/ busy times of the year.the exact leaving time will be confirmed by us at the moment of your booking.
Please note that prices do not include any entrance,photo or lunch costs.Prices expressed in euro above can be also paid in Lei/Ron, our national currency.
Lunch stops are not mandatory and are to be discussed with your tour leader on the day (sandwich stops or traditional restaurants along the way)