Halloween in the land of Dracula

About Tour

Bram Stoker’s Dracula „The love never dies”. You will have the opportunity to discover where the legend of Dracula told by Bram Stoker comes from and go on the Prince’s footsteps in Romania.

For the first two monetary emissions, Vlad II used his emblem, the dragon, therefore, the Romanians whose word stock is mainly Latin, nicknamed him Dracul – Dracula (from Latin Draco – onis). In Romanian Drac means Devil. This nickname turned into surname for his descendants, Vlad III, his son being known as such. Vlad Tepes (the Impaller), being the son of Vlad Dracul, one of the most important landlords of Valachia, ruled Valachia from 1456 and nowadays he is known also as Price Dracula.

1 o giorno

Arrival in Bucharest

Visite comprese:

  • Arrival in Bucharest (capital of the country, established in 1459 by Prince Dracula)
  • Transfer to a 3* Hotel. Accommodation.
  • Depending on the time of arrival, a short tour of Bucharest could be organized.
  • Fancy dinner at Dracula’s Club.

Pasti compresi:
  • Dinner
2 o giorno

First chance to meet Dracula

Visite comprese:

  • Visit to the ruins of Dracula’s residency.
  • Departure through Pitesti to Sibiu.
  • Proceed to Arefu (it is said that the descendants of Dracula’s soldiers are there) and visit the ruins of one of Dracula’s fortresses (at Poienari).
  • Sightseeing Sibiu - a wonderful Saxon city.
  • Accommodation at an elegant 3* Hotel in the heart of the city.
  • Nice classic dinner.

Pasti compresi:
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
3 o giorno

Dear ladies, candidate for Miss Transylvania

Visite comprese:

  • Departure to Sighisoara, a city from the middle of Transylvania and Romania. Sighisoara lies at an intersection of mythological, mythic and historic power-lines of dracularian roots. Sure, it is also the best - preserved 15 century-walled town in Europe, the birth-place of Prince Vlad the Impaler-Dracula, the site of many witch-trials, of the school attended by Herman Oberth, inventor of the first modern rockets and developer of the Apollo program.
  • Dare candidate for "Miss Transylvania", dear ladies, knowing you will be crowned "Countess Dracula" if you win, to be the pair of the Count for one year.

4 ° giorno

Surviving

Visite comprese:

  • Sightseeing of Sighisoara, taking part to the cultural feasts,
  • Free time to prepare for the Halloween party. This year, The Little Shop from Hell will again offer those weird "After-Life Insurances" and "Indulgences" for 5 sins each, for just a few hours; a small counter of Count Dracula Treasures may have a few items to offer (snatched from Castle Dracula), and the rarer items will be auctioned.
  • The Event will be the Investiture of Miss Transylvania (at midnight) as Countess Dracula - to be the pair of the Count for one year.
  • The "Halloweenest" costume and mask will again be rewarded, and those who could guess who the Count was - under his disguise - will receive a full tour, free, at choice. See, the problem is to survive this night (highly unlikely) and enjoy the prizes.
  • Special Halloween dinner,
  • Accommodation in Sighisoara (3* hotel).

Pasti compresi:
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
5 ° giorno

Exploring the village under the patronage of prince Charles of England

Visite comprese:

  • Departure to Viscri,
  • Visit of the fortified church
  • Lunch in a peasant house. This village is under direct patronage of Charles, prince of England and it will be nice to discover why he has chosen this forgotten village to help the community.
  • City tour of medieval Brasov, the second important city of Transylvania
  • Dinner with floor-show at "The Citadel" in Brasov.
  • Check-in.

Pasti compresi:
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
6 ° giorno

Communism and Modern Dracula

Visite comprese:

  • Departure to Bucharest and sightseeing the Romanian capital (the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world, after the Pentagon, belonging to the Communist dictator Ceausescu – also called The Modern Dracula, for his cruel and abusive domination; and an walking tour in the old part of Bucharest: old court).
  • Special farewell dinner in a very fancy restaurant with music and dance show, in the spirit of the period of the 30’s in Bucharest, when our capital was called “The Little Paris”.

Pasti compresi:
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
7 ° giorno

Departure home

Visite comprese:

  • Check out.
  • Transfer to the airport.

Pasti compresi:
  • Breakfast

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Caro Razvan,

Grazie mille per questo fantastico viaggio educativo. La tua organizzazione è stata perfetta, la tua compagnia / guida più apprezzata.

E posso dire che questo viaggio rientra immediatamente nei miei primi 5 viaggi in assoluto nella mia carriera di 27 anni. Grazie mille: scoperte fantastiche, spiegazioni fantastiche, hotel molto buoni e carini, cibo eccellente ovunque, e così via...

Grazie anche a Natasha. Con il suo entusiasmo ci ha fatto scoprire la Moldavia e la Transnistria in modo fantastico.

Ciao Natalia.

Questo fine settimana ho fatto un po 'di ordine nelle mie foto di vacanza. Lì ho trovato la tua carta, e quindi ti ho inviato i migliori saluti dalla Groenlandia ringraziando per la tua guida durante il mio soggiorno in Moldavia alla fine di settembre. È stata una grande esperienza per me visitare il tuo paese, di cui ho avuto una buona impressione anche se lì ho trascorso solo pochi giorni.

Cari signori! Durante una recente visita a Chisinau in Moldavia, ho richiesto l'assistenza di una guida locale, in quanto la mia conoscenza del paese era molto limitata. La mia guida era una signorina di nome Natalia Cojuhari, desidero dichiarare che le sue capacità come guida erano piuttosto ineguagliabili.

Le qualità che cerco in una guida, la conoscenza locale, la disponibilità e la capacità complessiva di assicurare il gruppo di cui si è responsabile, vengono scoperte soltanto nel paese visitato. Credo che la signora Cojuhari abbia soddisfatto tutti questi requisiti, insieme al suo comportamento generale, credo che le faccia diventare una guida turistica di prima classe.