Romanian Tour – Where to Go in Transylvania
Visit our country and then discover the best Dracula related places! Choose a Romanian tour and enjoy the perfect blend between Vlad the Impaler and the myths surrounding him and some of the most important historical and cultural places in Transylvania. Check out the list of locations below and then choose the tour which fits you best.
Best Romanian Highlights
One of the most impressive citadels in our country is Alba Iulia fortress, a well preserved star-shaped fortification. After that, admire the Coronation Cathedral, where King Ferdinand and Queen Mary of Romania had their crowning ceremony as monarchs of the newly formed country. Another important highlight is the Fortified Church of Biertan, followed by Bistrita, where you will enjoy a Dracula dinner at The Golden Crown restaurant. After that, explore our capital city, Bucharest, formerly nicknamed ‘Little Paris’. Later, travel to Bran Village and then visit Bran Castle, famous because of Bram Stoker’s novel and nicknamed ‘Dracula’s Castle’.
Romanian Tour – Additional Objectives
Join an amazing Romanian tour and discover amazing legends such as the one behind Curtea de Arges Monastery . Find out what its builder, master Manole, had to sacrifice in order to complete this impressive building. You will also visit Fagaras Citadel and Corvinesti Castle in Hunedoara. Furthermore, don’t forget about the impressive Rasnov fortress or the Medieval Saxon city Sibiu (for your safety, make sure you don’t answer any questions while crossing the Liar’s Bridge). After that, head to the Northern part of our country. Arrive in Sighetu Marmatiei and then travel to a place unique in the world – the Merry Cemetery.
Almost any Romanian tour in our catalogue also includes Sighisoara Citadel, Dracula’s birthplace. Explore the medieval citadel and then enjoy a delicious meal in ‘Casa Vlad Dracul’, a restaurant built on the site of Vlad the Impaler’s birth house. After that, discover the numerous monasteries in Suceava – a highlight of the Moldavia region. Last, but not least, arrive in Turda, visit the popular Salt Mine and then accommodate at a Dracula themed hotel. Some itineraries also include visits in Hungary’s capital, Budapest and in Szeged, also known as the Sun City.
Still not sure where to go in Transylvania? Convince yourself; take a look at Transylvania Live’s list of Where to go.
Best locations in Transylvania
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