Explore the fascinating region of Transylvania choosing one of the best Dracula’s Castle tours from Gray Line Romania. Transylvania will take your breath away with its beautiful mountain landscape, gothic architecture, and picturesque medieval villages. You’re bound to love this guided tour as it winds its way from Bucharest.
Pick-up and dropp off from/to your accomodation in Bucharest
First on this day trip from Bucharest is a visit to the region of Valahia where you will discover Peles Castle situated in picturesque Sinaia, “The Pearl of the Carpathians”. This former home of the Romanian Royal Family is a masterpiece of design, with stunning turrets and great attention to detail, as well as providing unbelievable views across the mountains. Castle, built between 1875 and 1914, was the summer residence of King Carol 1st and his wife, Queen Elisabeth. The museum complex in Sinaia includes both Peles castle and Pelisor castle and the Foisor royal residence.
From here the tour will wend its way into Transylvania and towards Bran Castle, where the legend of Count Dracula is kept alive all year round. Built-in the 13th century Bran Castle is an intriguing hilltop fortress, and one of the most famous landmarks in Romania. Tourists gather from every corner of the world to experience a guided tour of this majestic castle, which is famed to have belonged to Vlad the Impaler, the alleged inspiration for Count Dracula. Both of these names are steeped in mystery and myth, and you will delight in exploring the origin of both.
Next on this fantastic day trip, you will be treated to a Brasov walking tour, which is a guided tour around a most gorgeous medieval city that is surrounded by the towering Carpathian Mountains. This Brasov city tour will take in the historical center of this gem, including the Black Church, the Council Square, and the Old Walls, as well as leaving time to explore, shop, and dine. Experience Transylvania’s unique charm with Dracula’s Castle tours and we promise you a day full of adventure you shall never forget!