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Transylvania and Dracula's Castle Full Day Tour

By: Mr. Tripp
Highlights
  • Transylvania Castle tour from Bucharest
  • See Bran Castle and Pele’s Castle
  • Walk through the medieval town of Brasov with a guide
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Transylvania and Dracula's Castle Full Day Tour
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Explore two stunning castles in Transylvania: Bran (Dracula’s) Castle and the Royal Peles Castle in English
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Explore two stunning castles in Transylvania: Bran (Dracula’s) Castle and the Royal Peles Castle in Spanish
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Overview
Set off for Transylvania from Bucharest during this guided tour that includes round-trip transport and admission tickets to Bran Castle and Pele’s Castle. Along with both castle visits, you’ll enjoy a walking tour of Brasov before your guide sets you free in the medieval town to enjoy some independent time.
What to Expect

Rise and shine, and hop aboard a climate-controlled bus from your hotel, which will transport you from Bucharest to Transylvania. Famous for its romantic views, thick forests, and many medieval castles, this central Romanian region is beautifully atmospheric, and home to the legend of Count Dracula.

This tour is certain to please Bram Stoker fans looking to learn more about Romania’s most famous vampire, as Bran Castle—also known as Dracula’s Castle—is the first port of call. A 13th-century hilltop marvel, it’s one of Romania’s most popular (and macabre) landmarks. Peles Castle is also on the itinerary: the former summer residence of Romania’s royal family, it’s a Neo-Renaissance architectural masterwork.

Your day in Transylvania continues with a walking tour of the medieval town of Brasov. Look out for landmarks such as the Black Church and the city’s historic fortress walls, and enjoy some free time to scout out lunch, a coffee, and do some solo exploring. As the day winds down, hop back in the bus, which will drop you directly back at your hotel.

Reviews (321)
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Reviewed today via mobile
A perfect day in Transylvania

Our day was perfect.. We went to Pelisor's and Pele's castle where we had a guide to explain us what we were seeing. We had enough free time to take pictures the wonderful view and the castles also we had time to have a coffee...More

Thank arisios
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Great Trip, Great People, Do It!

Had a great trip today with Molly (Guide) and Mitchell (Driver). Everything was well organized. Fellow passengers were great and fun to meet new people. I booked this trip yesterday and am glad I did. Great way to see a small part of Romania for...More

Thank 973iany
Reviewed 1 week ago
One day trip you won’t forget

I booked my trip about 3 weeks before I came to Bucharest. They immediately sent an email about my pick up location (as my hotel was outside the ‘pick up zone’. The email had clear instructions with map on how to get there. The tour...More

Thank Kiamora L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Awesome tour

We started our tour by being picked up from the entrance of one of the most famous hotels in Bucharest (even when we weren't staying there, it was just as a reference point) and we got on this cool 15 people van. We were the...More

1  Thank Andrea C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Halloween Visit

This was our first time in Romania so we were placed at how easy the pick up was from our hotel. We booked through Trip Advisor and confirmed our meeting point 24 hours before with no problems. The guy who picked us up was friendly...More

2  Thank 548hollyf
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sobressair651
23 October 2018|
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Response from Gwaldmpa | Reviewed this property |
We had about 15 people modern bus windows were tainted
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themistocles k
11 October 2018|
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Response from naor1831 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am not sure about the hotel thing, you will need to ask them. in total you spend around 4 hours in the bus, but taking into account that this is a very long day, these 4 hours are really insignificant.
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Patrick K
7 October 2018|
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Response from LouieR085 | Reviewed this property |
We had a private tour that picked us up from the hotel. If you contact Mr Tripp they are extremely helpful and would work with you in pick up location.
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