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The Awarded Dracula Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Transylvania Live - Experts in Transylvania

  • Locations

    Bucharest, Romania

  • Activities

    Ghost or Vampire Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    €1297 EUR per person
  • Duration

    7 days

  • Avg Distance


  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    June 04; July 16; Aug 13; Sept 10; October 29

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    3* hotels, HB, Masquerade Party, Snagov, Tirgoviste & Poenari; Citadels, Peles & Bran; Castles, Horror Castle, Dracula’s Castle &C offin;, Salt Mine, Ritual of Killing of a Living Dead, Spider Web Painter.

  • Notes

    Available for free if: You don’t have a reflection in the mirror, you decompose when sun light strikes you, you’re over 200 years old, Come join your fellow vampires in Transylvania!


  • Ritual Killing of the Living Dead: Help a haunted spirit gain his peace and attend the ritual of killing a strigoi.
  • Join a Masquerade Party, in this Dracula Tour, post-ritual to celebrate the victory or recover from defeat.
  • Visit Dracula’s Castle in Transylvania - built in accordance with Bram Stoker's imagination a real highlight in this Dracula Tour.
  • Explore Bran Castle - also known as Dracula’s Castle, a legendary Transylvanian fortress dating back to 1377.
  • Try some Vampire Treats and indulge yourself with a Vampire dinner to find out why it’s worth killing for a meal in a Dracula Tour!


Trip Info

This is a Top 10 Must-Do Adventure according with Fodor’s Travel Guide a literary Dracula tour meant for Dracula enthusiasts, Transylvanian lovers, culture and history fans, and adventure seekers who will love this 7 day Dracula tour of Transylvania. Starting in Bucharest, with stops that include Targoviste, Sinaia, Bran, Sighisoara, Turda and Sibiu, you will learn about Vlad the Impaler and get a comprehensive history behind many important Transylvanian landmarks.

Your trip will begin with a boat trip to a small island where Snagov Monastery is situated, and where, according to the legend, Vlad Dracula was buried after his assassination. Follow this with a drive to the ruins of Vlad Tepes old court, and a journey to Sinaia, where the main point of attraction is the royal Peles Castle with its opulently decorated 160 rooms.

Look forward to exploring symbolic Bran Castle, aka Dracula’s Castle from Transylvania, with its unique charm, followed by a stop at the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov to see Black Church, the largest Gothic edifice in South–Eastern Europe. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, where Vlad the Impaler (aka Dracula) was born. Enjoy a walking Dracula tour through the streets of the old citadel, and admire the Clock Tower while learning the history of Sighisoara. Enjoy lunch in the very house where Dracula was born, and visit Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass, built in accordance to Bram Stokers imagination.

Take a Dracula tour to Cluj Napoca where you will see beautiful medieval buildings, like Saint Andrews Cathedral. Drive to Turda, home to one of the oldest Salt Mines in Romania, and attend the killing of a vampire and Masquerade Party. Drive to Medias where you will become acquainted with a unique artist, the only one in the world who uses spider webs for his paintings. Visit Sibiu, the European Cultural Capital, and home to the largest concentration of tourist attractions in Romania. Complete your Dracula Tour with a morning visit of Poienari, where you will see Vlad’s old and faithful fortress.

Your adventure awaits!

Transylvania Live - Experts in Transylvania

The prestigious Fodor's travel guide placed our best selling Dracula tour, "Halloween in Transylvania with Vlad the Impaler," in the Top Ten Must-Do-Adventures, and our “Ritual Killing of a Living Dead,” was featured on the Travel Channel. Here’s how Professor Duncan Light, specializing in dark tourism, from Liverpool Hope University describes us: "Your company is one of the few that understands the Western market for Dracula. Your product appears to be very innovative! For many Romanians Dracula means Vlad Tepes but for people from the UK, America etc. it means, of course, the vampire Dracula. I agree with those people who say that Dracula is a way to get foreign tourists into Romania, creating an opportunity to show them all the other things the country can offer.”

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