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Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle)
429 tour e attività

Bram Stoker might not have visited Bran Castle, but this Romanian architectural icon was still the inspiration for his most famous work. Fans of his fiction can visit the supposed home of Count Dracula and explore the dark history of one of the world's most famous castles.

Built in 1211 by the Teutonic Knights, Bran Castle is tucked into the steep cliffs between Magura and Dealul Cetatii and once served as home to royalty. Today, it's one of Transylvania's top tourist destinations, often visited from Bucharest. Travelers agree the views are epic, the history is rich and most of the displays are translated into English. Tours are available for a nominal fee, but travelers and vampire fanatics can explore the castle on their own, too.

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Peles Castle (Castelul Peles)
361 tour e attività

This picturesque Neo-Renaissance castle is located in the scenic Carpathian Mountains in Romania’s Prahova County. Built in the late 1800s, Peles is home to vast hand-painted murals, 170 rooms, 30 bathrooms and an impressive collection of art and arms. Visitors can tour the grounds and take in the garden statues, old-world paintings, rich tapestries and shining armor collected from Eastern and Central European. The Swiss stained glass vitralios are also worth a peek and rank high among Peles Castle’s prized art works.

Travelers who elect to take a guided castle tour should be sure to check out the ornate woodwork in the Honor Hall and the 500-year-old leather wall cover in the Imperial Suite. Visitors say these are among some of the most impressive (and well-kept) items in Peles.

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