8 days tour

Dracula Beyond The Legend - 8 Day Private Tour To Transylvan

This tour includes:


Professional English-speaking guide




Entrance fees


Transportation with a modern vehicle Hotel pickup and drop-off Airport transfer at the end of the trip


Accommodation for 7 nights in centrally located 4* hotels

Not included:


Meals, other than those included in the itinerary; Entrance fees to sights others than those included in the itinerary.


International flights are not included


If you are off the age limit, don’t worry, we can still offer you this tour! Because we want to provide excellent services to all our guests, we suggest you have a private tour! The high age gaps between our guests and difficulty levels on various attractions may affect both experiences.


Insurance is not included

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Itinerary of your trip Dracula Beyond The Legend - 8 Day Private Tour To Transylvan

  • Day 1 Bucharest City Tour
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Bucharest City Tour

      Breakfast: -  On the first day of your Dracula tour, our tour guide will pick you up at 09:00 AM from your place for a city tour of Bucharest. Our capital is the place where the cultures of Western and Eastern Europe merge beautifully. Beyond this exotic mix, one can undoubtedly feel the inescapable influence of the communist regime.   Your day tour of Bucharest begins with the most distinctive building in the city, dating back to the communist period, the Palace of the Parliament. Also known as the House of the People, the impressive edifice entered the Guinness World Records as the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon. As you step through imposing marble rooms, your tour guide will share with you the grim details that enabled its construction. Lunch: At your expense   Your day in Bucharest continues with a sightseeing tour of Bucharest's Old Town, which shelters several historical sites, architectural gems and representative buildings. In the surroundings, you can sightsee Curtea Veche (the Old Court), the first royal court in Bucharest and one of Vlad Tepes's residential place. In the middle of the ruins, you can see the bust of Vlad the Impaler.  Dinner: At your expense Evening: You have the freedom to spend the rest of your evening as you wish Overnight in Bucharest

  • Day 2 Bucharest – Targoviste Royal Court – Poenari Castle
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Bucharest – Targoviste Royal Court – Poenari Castle

      Breakfast: At the hotel The tour from Bucharest continues with a trip to Targoviste, the former capital of Wallachia. Targoviste served as a Saxon colony throughout the 13th century, and due to its economic growth, it became a secondary residence for Wallachian princes during the 14th century.  
The Royal court was moved from Curtea de Arges to Târgoviște in 1431, and it was refurbished continuously over the years. The princely court was rather small before Vlad the Impaler restructured it to stand against enemy attacks, later on constructing the Tower of Chindia. In 1395, the city was attacked and set on fire by Bayezid I, and in 1462 the Ottoman invasion was only stopped from reaching the town by Vlad the Impaler's Night Attack.  Targoviste city tour, together with Princely Church and Chindia Tower, is an introduction into the life and background of Vlad Tepes.  *In the wintertime (November to July), the trip to Poenari  Castle and Transfagarasan Highway will be replaced with a visit to Curtea de Arges Monastery and overnight in Sibiu.  Lunch: At your expense 
Next on, you will head to Poenari Fortress built in the 13th century. It was restored by Vlad the Impaler and became one of his main fortresses. The citadel is located at an altitude of over 800 m, and to reach it, there are more than 1400 steps to climb. Often called Vlad Tepes’s "Eagle's Nest," the fortress has been a strategic point thanks to its location.  *Due to renovations, Poienari Fortress is closed and cannot be visited until 2024 
Your day concludes with arriving at your accommodation, a hotel located near Transfagarasan Highway. There you can relax and get ready for a new day of you Dracula Tour.  Dinner: At your expense at the hotel Overnight close to Transfagarasan Highway

  • Day 3 Poenari Citadel – Transfagarasan Highway – Sibiu
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Poenari Citadel – Transfagarasan Highway – Sibiu

      Breakfast: At the hotel   At the beginning of your day you can admire some stunning landscapes as you travel across the Carpathian Mountains. Transfagarasan Highway goes across Fagaras Mountains, the tallest mountains in Romania, reaching 2042m. From there, spectacular sceneries are visible, and some unique photographs can be taken as there are enchanting landscapes all around. Sibiu is one of the medieval cities that, more than 600 years ago, the story of Dracula started to spread through the noblemen and merchants that inhabited the city. Meanwhile there, you will visit Astra Museum, an open-air museum that is home to original Romanian monuments. There you can take a ride with a traditional wooden carriage as well. 
The museum is home to more than 300 traditional buildings and thousands of classic household objects, structured in five large sectors.    For the rest of the day, you will take a Sibiu walking tour to see how the city beautifully blends tradition with multicultural and modern elements. The journey begins in the Main Square of the town and continues with visiting some of the most famous landmarks in Sibiu: Brukenthal Museum, the "Holy Trinity" Roman Catholic Cathedral, and the Huet Square with its Evangelical Church.  You will then have a couple of hours to explore the city by yourself to immerse with this gorgeous, historic city.  For your free time in Sibiu, we prepared a list of things to do.  Dinner: At your expense Evening: You have the freedom to spend the rest of your evening as you wish Overnight in Sibiu


Tour leaving from Bucharest

Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is a vibrant city full of history. With its impressive architecture, lively nightlife, and delicious food, Bucharest offers a unique experience for travelers. Explore the Palace of the Parliament, stroll through the Old Town, and indulge in traditional Romanian cuisine. Don't miss the Village Museum to immerse yourself in the country's culture.

Experience Style

Experience Style


There will be challenging activities such as hiking, biking, canyoning and trekking, but you’re also going to have other means of transportation and relaxed moments to just chill.

Accomodation level

Accomodation level


This accommodation includes essential services like a hot shower, electricity, and a nice and comfy bed.

Experience Type

Experience Type


You’ll be just with your guide or pilot. Examples of these activities are paragliding, sky diving, personal mountain climbing, etc.

Physical Rating

Physical Rating


Almost everyone is fit for these activities. Every hike or physical exercise last less than 30 minutes, such as paragliding and horseback riding. Please ask about specific conditions.

Age range

Age range

Min: 10 / Max: 80

Minors from 10 to 17 years must be accompained by an adult during the experience.

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