World of Dracula - Tour by own coach
Exact RATES on request
|SIZE OF THE GROUP||PRICE/ PERSON IF SHARING A TWIN ROOM, PER PROGRAMME||SINGLE ROOM SUPPLEMENT/ PERSON PER PROGRAMME|
|Between 35-50 paying||92 €||57 €|
- H.B. : 44 € + 16 € for the special dinner in Piatra Fantanele (Day 2)
- Entrance fees for the suggested program: about 27 €
- English or French speaking guide : on request
- Most of the museums in Romania are closed on Mondays.
- Accommodation in 3* hotels, all over the itinerary, for 4 nights
- Daily B.B. all over the itinerary
- 1 free single room for minimum 35 paying participants and 1 dbl. room free for min. 45 participants
SERVICES NOT INCLUDED
- Bus for the tour (on request)
- Lunch and dinner every day during the tour
- English speaking guide all over the itinerary
- Entrance fees to main museums
- personal expenses and optional services which are not mentioned in the program.
BORS/ORADEA BORDER – CLUJ
Arrive at Cluj, short city tour, o/night.
CLUJ – PIATRA FINTINELE
Leave for the land of Dracula. Stop at Bistrita to see the old town and the “Golden Krone” hotel where Jonathan Harker, Bram Stocker’s hero, dined and spent the night on his way to meet Count Dracula. Continue to Dracula Castle, situated in the middle of nowhere. Explore the castle with its dark cellars. Possibility to enjoy a special Dracula dinner. O/night at the castle, as the Count’s guest.
PIATRA FINTINELE – SIGHISOARA – BRASOV
Drive to Sighisoara to visit the medieval town inhabited since the 12th c: the Clock Tower, the former Dominican Church, the Passage of Stairs, the Vlad Dracul House, now a restaurant. That is where Vlad Tepes Dracula’s father, Vlad Dracul lived for some time, and where Vlad Tepes Dracula himself is supposed to be born. Continue to Brasov for o/night.
BRASOV – BRAN – SIBIU
Sightseeing tour of the medieval town of Brasov : the old town, the Schei district (the first recorded Romanian school opened in 1495, the collection of early religious texts printed in Romanian, Greek and Slavonic), the Black Church (14-15thc) the largest medieval shrine in Romania, Gothic style, with its 4000 pipes organ and a valuable collection of Oriental carpets. Drive on to Bran and visit Bran Castle, the so-called Dracula Castle, built in the 14th c as a defense and customs point between Transylvania and Wallachia. In 1920 the city of Brasov donated the castle to Queen Maria, and it became one of her favorite homes. Continue to Sibiu, o/night.
SIBIU – ARAD
Sightsseeing tour of this beautiful medieval town founded some 800 years ago: the Evangelic Church, the Liars’Bridge, the Passage of the Stairs, vestiges of the medieval Citadel. Continue to Arad and leave the country at Nadlac border.