Discover important landmarks in Romania
Follow Dracula's foot steps into the mists of Wallachia and Transylvania
1-4 persons from 160€
4-8 persons from 300€
Is Dracula myth or reality?
You may hope to have an incredible daytrip with our private transport services
Your companions and you exclusively, will be accompanied through medieval places, full of history, while taking the advantage of your smooth ride, to admire and immortalize on camera impressive Romanian landscapes, with your driver as a guide being proficient in English and having deep knowledge of Romanians’ history.
You will be picked-up from your hotel in Bucharest and travel North to discover the Peles Castle, the cradle of monarchy in Romania, also an important architectural landmark for Romania's modern foundation.
After one hour of driving through Bucegi Mountains you'll arrive in Transylvania, heading to Bran Castle, were the stories around Dracula are revealed and the true history comes into light.
Moment of truth!!
After so much information lunch is served based on your preferences.
On your personal expense you can choose between Bran or Brasov as lunch location to taste some dishes of the Romanian cuisine.
After lunch you will discover Brasov, and old medieval “Saxon Land of Baras”, the town dating back to 13th century, which hosts one of the most impressive Gothic cathedral in Eastern Europe: The Black Church.
After this sustained walk through the narrow streets of the old city of Brasov , please relax while we are driving back to your hotel in Bucharest.
AM 07:30, 08:00, 08:30
Are you a morning sleeper and the above schedule doesn't suits you?
Inform us while completing booking request form under special request category, and we will find a solution to reschedule the timetable, and still enjoy a beautiful day to Romania's countryside.
Your location in Bucharest
12h to 14h hours based on traﬃc conditions
Experienced driver as a knowledgeable guide Bottled water
Preferred ambiental conditions (music&temperature)
Free Wi-Fi internet connection
Castles entry fees