Day 1: Bucharest – Curtea de Arges Monastery See More – Poienari Fortress See More – Transfagarasan See More – Sibiu See More (overnight)
Day 2: Sibiu See More – Alba-Iulia See More – Hunyadi Castle See More – The Fortified Church from densus See More – Sibiu See More (overnight)
Day 3: Sibiu See More Old Town – St. Margaret Church from Medias See More – Biertan See More Fortified Church – Sighisoara See More (overnight)
Day 4: Sighisoara See More Old Town – Tg Mures – Bistrita – Borgo Pass (overnight)
Day 5: Bistrita – Bran Castle See More – Brasov See More (overnight)
Day 6: Brasov See More Old Town – Peles Castle See More – Snagov Monastery See More – Bucharest
Transylvania, the birthplace of the character created by Bram Stoker in his novel called “Dracula”, as the author himself mentions, is one of the “wildest and least known places in Europe …” Let’s discover them together!
The route follows the steps of Dracula, in its identification being taken into account all passages from Bram Stoker’s novel that talk about the count’s land. On the way, there are rocks, forests take seem untouched, waterfalls, but also incredibly scary landscapes.
In each of the 6 days allocated for trying to discover the myth of Dracula, we will visit several objectives related to the mysterious character, as follows: Poienari Fortress See More also known as the fortress of Vlad the Impaler, this was the place where the ruler sought refuge when he was attacked by the Turkish armies. The Hunyadi Castle See More where legend says Vlad the Impaler was imprisoned for a while, Sighișoara to see the house where Vlad the Devil was born, Bistrița and Borgo pass(considered the land of count Dracula), Bran Castle where myth says it was Dracula’s favourite castle both for execution and torture, Snagov Monastery the place where most of the historians consider Vlad was buried. The fact is that as trophy, his head was taken to Istanbul, for the whole Ottoman world to see that the reign of the scary voivode was really over.