La Transylvanie est connue pour ses légendes vampiriques, mais il peut être difficile d’obtenir un aperçu complet d’une visite autonome. Profitez de 8 jours de service personnalisé avec une visite privée animée par votre guide. Découvrez les villes et les sites associés à Vlad III, y compris Târgoviște, Sighisoara et le château de Bran, et parcourez la vaste région en toute simplicité via un minibus climatisé. Évitez les coûts cachés avec le petit-déjeuner et le transport aller-retour inclus dans le prix.
Découvrez l’histoire de la région et les légendes de votre guide
Profitez du transport aller-retour au départ de Bucarest pour une expérience sans tracas
Le petit déjeuner est inclus dans le prix
Bénéficiez du service personnalisé d'une visite privée
Romania is a beautiful country which offers plenty of sightseeing. We enjoyed the nature, scenery, structures, palaces, churches, food and above all the legend of dracula, which is the highlight of this tour. This tour really focuses on the legend itself, blended with history and culture.
I travelled with a small group of two elderly and two children, five in total between 4th and 11th September 2018. The tour was expertly set and fit for everyone with plenty to see and do. At first I thought it was going to be challenging, having to change hotels every day and with the amount of travel it entails, but it was all very comfortable and easily manageable.
We have stayed in 6 different hotels, all of which were very comfortable and offered us a good service. Some were excellent, others very good. The themed hotels were a must-do, obviously one has to consider the theme of the tour and not expect any superior luxury in these specific hotels, after all they are themed! My kids enjoyed the Castel Dracula and the House of Dracula most due to their locations and the decor of these two hotels.
The locations visited were beautiful, palaces, churches, mountains, cities, old towns ... you name it, Romania has it.
The food was also delicious. We ate in different places every day and we loved trying different Romanian dishes every time. Food was very good and prices extremely reasonable.
All the above, altogether made our holiday exceptional, but what made it so very special was our Tour Guide. We were extremely lucky to meet a person who went out of his way to make our time in Romania an unforgettable experience. George Panica, Trip2Ro was our driver, our guide, our aide, who spent the week with us and helped us in all possible ways. He drove us to the locations, was patient enough to cater for two elderly and two children two extremes, skipped queues to get us tickets, shared information and history of the place wherever we went and suggested excellent restaurants where we dined every single day. He then went out of his way to help us with luggage during our daily transfers, made special arrangements for my kids to experience more fun stuff, he surprised us with a couple of beautiful photos, he was patient with my parents as on occasions they were very slow ... one does not meet a person like George every day and I have no words to thank him enough.
I highly recommend Romania to those who would love to experience an excellent holiday and especially this specific tour to dracula lovers!
I would definitely recommend this tour - a great way to see Romania, especially on your first visit. Our guide was Paul who was very accommodating, knowledgeable and a terrific driver. We got to see everything we wanted, plus more. The hotels were all very different from modern to historical and the locations were great so that when our tour ended for the day, we could walk around the city on our own. The least favourite site was Lake Saganov Monastary cost 15Lei per person and there was virtually nothing to see inside. The favourite town was Brasov - lots of activity and restaurants. The best hotel was Hotel Transylvania in Aba Iulia. The favourite meal for ambiance not the food was in the torture chamber of the Hotel House of Dracula 4 Star, a replica of Dracula's Castle. Peles Castle was our favourite castle very busy though and we only found a 1-person washroom so there was a very large line-up. When in Romania try a Hungarian Kurtos-Kolac - covered in nuts or sugar/cinnamon - they are found at many stands throughout.