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Dracula’s Tour

Discover the beauty of the landscapes, the cities full of history and the birthplace of Dracula!

 
Bus
Departures On demand

Day 1 – Oradea
Meeting with the Romanian guide at the border that will accompany the group the entire trip. After a few kilometres, arrival in Oradea. Over 100 religious sites of different denomination in Oradea, including three synagogues, the biggest Baptist Church in Eastern Europe and the Church of the Moon .The city is famous throughout Romania because of its buildings in youth style. Accommodation In Oradea.

Day 2 – Oradea – Cluj Napoca - Sibiu
In the morning visit to the St. Michael Cathedral in the old town that was build by the Transylvanian saxons in the 14th century. Close by it can also be seen the statue of the Hungarian king Mathias Corvinus. During the morning, sightseeing of Alba Iulia is also scheduled, where one can still see parts of the fort constructed by Eugen of Savoy. In the fort, is also visited the catholic Cathedral where an important part of the Hungarian kings are buried. In the afternoon arrival in Sibiu. During a short walk in the old town, crossing the Large and Small squares is reached the Bridge of lies. Accommodation in Bazna

Day 3 –Medias - Biertan - Sighisoara
On our visit list, you will soon find Sighisoara (Schässburg). Sighisoara is the most beautiful and best preserved medieval building in the rural Gothic Renaissance and Baroque style in this part of Europe. The high density of the architectural monuments, the public buildings, the fortified walls, the towers and the dwellings that together form the complex give the castle the view of a unique, well-arranged building complex of invaluable historical value. The church, the Dracula's birthplace and the church of the former  monasterys church can be visited here.. Accommodation in Bazna.


Day 4 –Bazna - Brasov
In the morning you will meet Kronstadt / Brasov. The city was founded in the 13th century by the Knights of the Teutonic Order and for centuries it was an economic and intellectual center of the seven-burghese Saxons, which represented a majority of the population until the 19th century. The Black Church with its beech wood organ, the medieval city wall around the historic old town with stylish late medieval houses, the town hall square, the unique the Rope Street, the cathedral gate and the small, hidden Orthodox church from the Center. Visit of the fortified church from Harman. In addition to religious practice, this was also used by the local village or local residents as a retreat and defense building. Accommodation to H. Piemonte.

Day 5 –Predeal – Bran - Peles
In the morning drive to Bran (Dracula Castle). It was built in the 14th century and served the inhabitants of nearby Brasov as part of its protective belt against the Ottomans. The romantic castle, in the inter-war residence of the Romanian Queen Maria, is now a museum. Visit of Peles Castle, the summer residence of the royal family. In 1866, the first king of the Hohenzollern family came to Romania and decided to build a castle in Sinaia on the banks of the Peles brook in the German Renaissance, so that it would remind him of his home country. Accommodation to H. Piemonte.

Day 6 –Predeal – Rasnov - Hateg
After breakfast we drive to Rasnov to visit the  church from Rasnov. The peasant castle was built in 1215 by the German knight's order on a hill (ca.150m). It is important for the farmers to have a large number of houses, stables and a small church. The castle has ten towers and is bounded by an earth wall. We go to Fortress Fagaras built in 1310 on the site of a former 12th century wooden fortress (burned by the Tartars in 1241), Fagaras was enlarged between the 15th and 17th centuries and was considered one of the strongest fortifications in Transylvania. Accommodation in Hateg.

Day 7 – Hateg – Deva- Hunedoara - Oradea
We will visit the most spectacular Gothic-style castle in Romania, Corvin was built by the Anjou family on the site of a former Roman camp. The castle served as a fortress until the mid-14th century when it became the residence of Transylvania's voivode, Iancu de Hunedoara (Ioannes Corvinus in Latin, Hunyadi in Hungarian).  Iancu upgraded the fortress transforming it into a stunning Transylvania castle.
The beautifully preserved structure features a sumptuous Knights' Hall, an impressive drawbridge, high buttresses, inner courtyards, a chapel and some 50 rooms resplendent with medieval art.
The Deva citadel was built at the half of the 13th century on the Cetatii hill, a volcanic neck with a height of 378 meters, on fortifications dating from ancient times.Being an important object in the defense of Transylvania, the Deva fortress rises over the city bearing the same name. Accommodation Oradea.

Day 8 – Oradea
During the morning, departure heading to the border. A short stop is planned on the way, in the city of Oradea where buildings were mostly constructed in the youth style. At the border, fare well to the Romanian guide and drive to airport (Hungary).

7 overnights in 3 and 4 -Star Hotels
Full board, a free person per bus
English language speaking guide from/to the border
Two festive evenings with folklore program

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History and relaxation

Discover the city of Oradea, the art nouveau capital of Romania and visit the most important tourist attractions in Transylvania

 
Transportation
Period On demand for groups

Day 1 – Oradea
Meeting with the Romanian guide at the borderthat will accompany the group the entire trip. After a few kilometres, arrival in Oradea. Over 100 religious sites of different denomination in Oradea, including three synagogues, the biggest Baptist Church in Eastern Europe and the Church of the Moon .The city is famous throughout Romania because of its buildings in youth style. Accommodation In Oradea.

 

Day 2 – Oradea – Baile Felix
Today we have a day for SPA in Baile Felix or to aqua Park Nymphaea Oradea. Festive dinner Accommodation in Oradea

Day 3 –Oradea – Turda – Alba Iulia - Hateg
Departure for Turda Salt Mine,  it’s probably one of the most important and interesting places to see in Transylvania. Turda Salt Mine was dug during Middle Ages for salt exploitation. It momentary changed its function becoming one of the most visited sights in Romania.During exploitation the mine was served by another entrance (the old entrance) through Francz Josef Gallery. Turda Salt Mine consists of an assembly of mine galleries and operating rooms.  On our visit list is also Alba Iulia Citadel - is one of Romania’s top attractions, a place where history goes back 2,000 years to the time when the Roman Empire conquered the Dacian Kingdom. A Roman castrum, a medieval fortification and a large citadel under the authority of the Habsburg Empire, Alba Iulia was also the scene of the first and brief Romanian union from 1600.Accommodation in Hateg.


Day 4 – Hateg – Deva- Hunedoara - Oradea
We will visit the most spectacular Gothic-style castle in Romania, Corvin was built by the Anjou family on the site of a former Roman camp. The castle served as a fortress until the mid-14th century when it became the residence of Transylvania's voivode, Iancu de Hunedoara (Ioannes Corvinus in Latin, Hunyadi in Hungarian).  Iancu upgraded the fortress transforming it into a stunning Transylvania castle.
The beautifully preserved structure features a sumptuous Knights' Hall, an impressive drawbridge, high buttresses, inner courtyards, a chapel and some 50 rooms resplendent with medieval art.
The Deva citadel was built at the half of the 13th century on the Cetatii hill, a volcanic neck with a height of 378 meters, on fortifications dating from ancient times.Being an important object in the defense of Transylvania, the Deva fortress rises over the city bearing the same name. Accommodation Oradea.


Day 5 – Oradea

Free time for shopping and visiting charming, historic city, Oradea is one of the largest cities in Romania's picturesque Transylvanian region. With baroque architecture, Hungarian influences, and a beautiful riverside, the city is perfect for those looking for an idyllic stay in Romania. Offering easy access to attractions such as the Apuseni National Park, Oradea is a great starting point for adventures in Romania.. Accommodation In Oradea and Festive dinner.

Day 6 – Oradea
During the morning, departure heading to the border. A short stop is planned on the way, in the city of Oradea where buildings were mostly constructed in the youth style. At the border, fare well to the Romanian guide and drive to airport (Hungary).

5 overnights in  3 and 4 -Star Hotels
Halfboard, a free person per bus
English language speaking guide from/to the border
Two festive evenings with folklore program

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