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A Dracula Tour awarded by Fodor’s Travel Guide as a Top 10 Must-Do Adventure, this is the ultimate Transylvania Tourism experience! The full 7-Days Halloween escorted tour takes you on a journey across Transylvania. Discover our amazing history and follow in Dracula’s footsteps. Get ready, because the 2019 edition of this escorted tour includes 3 Halloween Parties.

Transylvania Tourism – The Full 7 Days Halloween tour highlights

This escorted tour begins in Bucharest. Our guide collects you from Moxa Boutique Hotel. After that, drive to Snagov Monastery, Vlad the Impaler’s alleged burial place. Continue your day with a Bucharest city tour and enjoy a welcome dinner in a top traditional restaurant. In addition, accommodate in a centrally located 4* hotel.

On the second day of your escorted tour, visit Poienari, Dracula’s old and faithful fortress. Get ready, because you need to climb over 1400 stairs to reach the citadel. Your next destination is Sibiu, one of Romania’s most beautiful cities. Accommodate in a 4* hotel and, after that, enjoy a traditional Saxon dinner.

From here, drive to Hunedoara and then explore Transylvania’s most beautiful castle, Corvinesti. Your day ends in Turda, a small town famous for its Salt Mine. Enjoy a special vampire menu for dinner. After that, accommodate in a 4* hotel, described by our customers as a medieval fantasy with beds.

Three Halloween Parties included – Transylvania tourism: full 7-Days Halloween tour

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The next day begins with a descent into the heart of the Turda Salt Mines, and then with a drive to Cluj-Napoca for a short city tour. Admire the city’s medieval buildings and then follow into Jonathan Harker’s footsteps and drive to Borgo Pass. Check in at Hotel Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass, a 3* hotel designed in accordance to Bram Stoker’s imagination. This is where your first Halloween Party takes place. Enjoy a special 3-course dinner and then attend ‘Draculestilor Ball’ and, after that, experience traditional music around a huge bone fire. Furthermore, you will visit Count Dracula’s coffin, situated in the basement of the hotel.

On your fifth day, we scheduled a late departure from Borgo Pass. This is because you are heading to Sighisoara. There, you will attend the second Halloween Party included. It takes about 3 hours and a half to get there, so you might be able to catch some sleep on the way as well. This is great because you’ll need all your strength for tonight. Arrive in Sighisoara, Dracula’s birthplace, and accommodate in a 3* medieval hotel. At 8 PM, put on a costume and join us for an unforgettable Halloween Party. Enjoy a traditional festive dinner and strong Romanian beverages, accompanied by a special program. The highlight of this Halloween Party is the Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead, performed according to old customs and traditions.

Transylvania Tourism – Halloween Party at Bran Castle

The next morning, you will stroll around the streets of the old citadel. Admire the Clock Tower history museum, followed by the Church on the Hill and then the unique Covered Stairs. Late afternoon, you arrive in the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov. Admire landmarks such as the Black Church and then head for Bran Village. Accommodate in a 3* hotel situated in the vicinity of Bran Castle and get ready for your next party. Join us at 7:00 PM and take advantage of our skip-the-line service. Attend a unique night tour of Bran Castle, followed by a horror movie projection. After that, attend the amazing Halloween After-party in the grounds of the castle.

On your last day in Transylvania, drive to Sinaia and explore Pelisor Castle, part of the royal residence complex of Peles Castle. After that, get ready for the return tip. Arrive in Bucharest late in the evening. We will drop you off at the airport or at your booked hotel.

Book your 7-Days Halloween escorted tour now!

If you are decided to book this tour, head to our secure internet booking form and send us your details. Once we receive your deposit, we’ll make sure that everything is prepared by the time you arrive.

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Departure dates:

Departure date
Price per person
(price based on 2 persons sharing a double room)
Single traveler
Availability
7 day tour. Departure from Bucharest (10.00 GMT +02:00)

October 28, 2019
Including 3 Halloween Parties: Special Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel, Halloween Party at Bran Castle and Halloween Party at Hotel Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass

€ 1369
€ 1499
Free

October 26, 2020
Special Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel and then Halloween Party at Bran Castle included

€ 1289
€ 1399
Free

 

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Highlights

The most Joyfully Halloween Party from Transylvania -in Sighisoara Citadel, Dracula's Birthplace. Enjoy an intimate “dinner party”. Halloween party from Sighisoara was rated by our previous clients as being the best from the tour.

Halloween Party at Hotel Dracula's Castle in Borgo Pass - built in accordance to Bram Stoker’s imagination, on Borgo Pass where the Irish writer placed the castle of Count Dracula, accommodation, candle lit dinner and a camp fire with all the right stories.

Halloween Party at Bran Castle - The edifice owes its fame both to its unique charm and to the myth Bram Stoker created around Dracula. You can expect a party with a nice clubbing atmosphere. 

Ritual Killing of the Living Dead - Help a haunted spirit to gain his peace - attend the ritual of killing a strigoi.  Halloween Party afterwards to celebrate the victory or recover from defeatlearn more

Corvinestilor Castle - the greatest Gothic style castle in Romania, Corvinesti. The edifice was built in the 14th Century on the site of a former roman camp.

Sighisoara Medieval Citadel - the best preserved and still inhabited medieval citadel in Europe with a UNESCO World Heritage status, Vlad the Impaler’s birth place.

Snagov Monastery - where, according to the legend, Vlad was buried after his assassination

Vampire Treats: indulge yourself with a Vampire dinner to find out why it’s worth killing for a meal!

Itineraries

Day 1

Date : October 28, 2019

Bucharest - Snagov - Bucharest (about 1h driving)

Welcome to Romania ! 10:00 AM - Our English speaking guide collects you from Moxa Boutique Hotel. Be prepared to immerge into the legend. Drive to Snagov to visit Snagov Monastery where, according to the legend, Vlad was buried after his assassination. The monastic establishment is located on a small island of Snagov Lake. The architectural style of the monastery follows the architectural pattern that is characteristic to the monasteries on the Holy Mount Athos in Greece. Return to Bucharest and enjoy a city tour. Your first day in Romania ends with a welcome dinner in one of Bucharest’s top traditional restaurants. Your accommodation is in a great 4* hotel.

Day 2

Date : October 29, 2019

Bucharest - Poienari - Sibiu (309 km, 5h 20 min driving)

Morning drive to Poienari. Enjoy a morning visit of Poienari, to see the ruins of Vlad’s old and faithful fortress. The fortress located close to Fagaras Mountains , on a canyon formed by Arges Rives is perched high on a cliff, in fact a steep precipice. To visit the impressive fortress and admire the unique and breathless view from the top you’ll need to climb over 1400 stairs. Late afternoon arrival in Sibiu. Evening in Sibiu, the European Cultural Capital for 2007. The fortified town of Sibiu has been the center of Romania 's German minority since medieval times and it is one of Romania’s most beautiful cities. The city contains the largest concentrations of tourist attractions in Romania. Accommodate in a 4* hotel, enjoy a traditional Saxon dinner in one of the best restaurants in Sibiu.

Day 3

Date : October 30, 2019

Sibiu – Hunedoara - TURDA (272 km, 3h 18 min driving)

We leave the impressive medieval town of Sibiu and head next to Hunedoara. Visit Corvinestilor Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in Romania. From Hunedoara, drive to Turda, a small town with an intimate medieval atmosphere, home to one of the oldest Salt Mine in Romania. Accommodate in a 4* hotel, often referred to as a medieval fantasy with beds. Delight yourself with a vampire menu for dinner, a delicious reason to travel to Transylvania !

Day 4

Date : October 31, 2019

Turda - Cluj-Napoca - Tihuta/Borgo Pass (191 km, 3h driving)

Prepare to descent to the heart of one of the biggest saline in Romania , the Salt Mines of Turda, with impressive halls named after kings and queens. Drive next to the city of Cluj Napoca to enjoy a city tour revealing beautiful medieval buildings such as Saint Andrews Cathedral. Today you’ll enjoy a stunning scenery, following the steps of Jonathan Harker to Borgo Pass– Bram Stocker’s character from Dracula novel. And here we are at Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass , a 3* hotel which was built in accordance to Bram Stokers imagination. 19:30 Halloween Party in Borgo Pass, a night to remember! With your costume on, here we start the series of Halloween parties in Transylvania. You'll server a special 3 course dinner, enjoy great music at "Draculestilor Ball" and experience traditional music show (live) around a huge bone fire. Of course you are invited to visit Count Dracula's tomb, located in the basement of the hotel.

Day 5

Date : November 1, 2019

Borgo Pass - Sighisoara (198 km, 3h 29min driving) - Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel

You can’t miss the second party from Sighisoara, that’s why we scheduled a late departure from Borgo Pass. So take your time, admire the incredible view, drink just one coffee - maybe you have the chance to take a nap during today. Next stop the medieval citadel of Sighisoara a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Founded by Saxons during the 12th century, Sighisoara still stands as one of Europe ’s most beautiful and still inhabited fortified cities. Sighisoara is also the place where Vlad the Impaler, known as Dracula, was born. 20 : 00 Put on your costume and get into the mood, this is the reason for your travel to Transylvania. Prepare yourself for Halloween Party. You’ll enjoy a delicious traditional Romanian festive dinner washed down with fiery spirits, excellent Romanian wine and accompanied by a special program including the Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead ( as seen on Travel Channel), professional ballet dancers and witchery moments with 2 incredible young magicians.

Day 6

Date : November 2, 2019

Sighisoara – Brasov - Bran (145 km, 2h 20 min driving) - Halloween Party at Bran Castle

Stroll around the streets of the old citadel; admire the Clock Tower, concentrating Sighisoara‘s history, the beautiful Church on the Hill and the unique Covered Stairs. Late afternoon arrival in the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov. The most famous landmark of Brasov is the Black Church, the largest gothic edifice in South-Eastern Europe. 7:30 pm / The Ultimate Halloween Party at the Bran Castle – also known as Dracula’s Castle! Enjoy an unforgettable night tour of Bran Castle, meet the Wicked Fairies and get lost in their euphoric dance along with a glass of local red wine. Watch a horror movie projection and feel amazing being part of a great and dynamic Halloween After Party in the courtyard of Bran Castle until 4:00 am. There will be installed a big heated tent. Admission on Bran Castle property is available from 07:00 pm, you will set up departure hour with your tour guide.

Day 7

Date : November 3, 2019

Bran - Sinaia - Bucharest (174 km, 2h 50 min driving)

Your last Romanian morning. Drive to Sinaia, the pearl of mountain resorts in Romania, explore Pelisor Castle, part of the royal residence complex of Peles Castle. Pelisor impress the viewers with its combination of Art Nouveau style, Byzantine and Celtic elements. “Golden room” was design by the Queen Mary herself. Late arrival in Bucharest. Please have in mind that on Sunday’s there’s a heavy traffic from Bran to Bucharest. Estimated time of arrival in Bucharest: 7PM

English speaking guide services.

Accommodation: 3 nights in 4* hotels, 3 nights in 3* hotels, all accommodation hotels are centrally located. 

Pick up: Moxa Boutique Hotel on first day of the tour, at 10:00 am Bucharest local time (GMT+2).

Drop off: Airport/ Hotel on the last day of the tour, around 7:00 pm Bucharest local time (GMT+2).

Transportation: All transfers inside the tour by coach, minibus or car – air conditioned, depending on the number of travelers.

Meals: 6 breakfasts, 6 dinners (4 special dinners: dinner with vampire menu in Dracula themed Restaurant in Turda, candle lit dinner in Hotel Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass, traditional dinner in Bran) and Halloween Party in Sighisoara Citadel, Dracula’s birthplace – 3 course dinner, Open Bar from 20.00 – 01.00, dessert – Sweets Bar. 

Entry fees to: Snagov Monastery, Pelisor Castle, Bran Castle, Dracula’s Coffin in Borgo Pass, Salt Mines in Turda, Spider Web Painter in Medias, Clock Tower in Sighisoara.

Special events – 3 Halloween Parties in Transylvania

Halloween Party in Sighisoara: The Ritual of Killing of a Living Dead, Vampiresa Huntig and many dark surprises.

Halloween Party at Hotel Dracula’s Castle in Borgo Pass includes : special 3 course dinner, enjoy great music at “Draculestilor Ball” and experience traditional music show (live) around a huge bone fire. Of course you are invited to visit Count Dracula’s tomb, located in the basement of the hotel.

*Please have in mind that Halloween Party at Dracula’s Castle Hotel is organized by the administration of Hotel Castle Dracula. Transylvania Live is not responsible for the content of the program/ changing’s, organizing manner or even cancelation.

Halloween Party at the Bran Castle includes : night tour of the Bran Castle, Wicked Fairies Dance. From 19:30 classic horror movies projection and around 21:00 the Halloween After Party, until 04:00am organized in a tent on the grounds of Bran Castle.

*Please have in mind that Halloween Party at Bran Castle is organized by administration of Bran Castle. Transylvania Live is not responsible for the content of the program/ changing’s, organizing manner or even cancelation. Transylvania Live provides only with the admission logistic.

**Please be cautious if you suffer from claustrophobia, are sensitive to intermittent lights and loud noises or carrying children in arms! Also, please consider the low temperatures and the fact that the stairs and alleyways can be slippery. For your saftey, plese listen to the instructions of the Castle’s personnel.

 

– Plane ticket

– Airport fees

– Photo & video tax

– Accommodation for the last day of the tour

– other not mentioned.

  1. :

    Best Halloween I’ve ever had!
    Romania is beautiful especially the views of Transylvania.
    We visited important places of Vlad Tepes history and our guide was very knowledgeable.
    During Halloween we had 3 different parties in 3 different locations across Transylvania and each was different from the other.
    Our group was under 20 people which made it easy to make new friends during the trip.
    I highly recommend this tour if you want to learn more about Dracula

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  2. :

    AMAZING EXPERIENCE – This trip has to be on everyones bucket list!!!
    We booked the 7 day Halloween in Transylvania and added on the 2 day Halloween at Bran Castle.
    Our main reason for booking was the Halloween parties.
    We travelled with another couple and booked direct with Transylvania Live via the internet. Initially we were skeptical at doing this but Hertha and her team were so helpful and patiently answered all of our questions and emails promptly and our trip went smoothly and exactly to plan.
    Our small group of 16 was the perfect size – it gave us an intimate, personalized tour experience with some great memories and we made lots of new friends!
    Our guide was professional, very knowledgeable and always eager to answer our questions. We learned through him that there was so much more to Romania than Bram Stokers’ Dracula.
    We came away from our trip not only thoroughly enjoying the 3 Halloween parties we attended but also thoroughly enjoying visiting the beautiful towns and historical places related to Vlad the Impaler and learning about the history and culture of Romania and its people.
    I would highly recommend Transylvania Live and their tours to anyone.
    I don’t think this will be our only trip to Romania – we will be back!!

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  3. :

    Excellent vacation!!!!
    The Halloween parties were amazing.
    Our guide Christian was so accommodating, and a literal walking encyclopedia of Romanian History, Architecture, Legends and Jokes!
    Our driver “Dan” was funny and so personable.
    The Hotels were beautiful.
    Highly recommend!!!!

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  4. :

    My husband and I did the 7 day Halloween Tour with the 2 day Add-on trip.
    The company was very helpful and timely in their email communications during the planning process and leading up to the trip. We received detailed itinerary information and found the trip to be a great value for everything included and very easy to plan.
    The experience itself was AMAZING!
    We had a wonderful small group with a great driver and knowledgeable tour guide.
    The parties were a ton of fun, but we also loved seeing the castles, churches, fortresses, villages, towns, cities, forests and countryside.
    Our hotels had lots of character. They all included breakfast, and we also enjoyed the meals included in the tour.
    Keep in mind, changing hotels every night and carrying luggage up and down stairs when you pack.
    We aren’t sure how we will ever top this experience!
    Thank you, Transylvania Live!

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  5. :

    My sister Adrienne and I would like to sum up our experience in Transylvania in a word: very “worthwhile.”
    Our guide Claudiu was knowledgeable, responsible, courteous, and a great driver throughout Transylvania.
    All the sights and sounds of Transylvania were very interesting, educational and descriptive of life in Romania.
    We had fun with the younger set of travelers during the two Halloween festivities, in Sighisoara and Bran.
    We were very happy with the courteous and friendly treatment at Boutique Hotel Moxa; keep on using it.
    Romania is a very interesting country with lots of history to entice others to visit.
    We will share our experiences with others, happily.

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  6. :

    We had a wonderful holiday in Romania thank you.
    The Itinerary was very full and we enjoyed the accommodation and all of the visits.
    We now have much better idea about the history, geography, politics and social aspects of your amazing country.
    The included meals gave us a taste of your local cuisine, and the hotels were all very good and central to each location.
    It was so enjoyable to meet you all at Turda.
    It was a very personal touch.
    We particularly liked the hotel there.
    We liked our stay in Sibiu and would like to go back there.
    Thank you so much for arranging such a memorable holiday and we will certainly recommend you to our friends.
    We enjoyed our 3 nights in Bucharest at the end of the tour, particularly the Free Walking Tour and the Tour of the Parliament building [unbelievably grandiose]
    Thank you again to all of the Transylvania Live team

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A welcoming country house, not necessarily decorated in a peasant like style; you’ll stay under the same roof with your Romanian host! In most cases dinner and breakfast are included, and rates are based on two guests per room.
They offer one bathroom for two rooms; the bathroom can be situated on the hallway.
Staying at a “traditional Maramuresean country-inn” or “a typical Hungarian-Sekler country-inn” will prove to be an unique experience.

Yes, also gluten-free, vegan. When you make the reservation of your tour please do not forget to fill in this information at Dietary Restrictions section.

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Local Costs in a 3* restaurant: Soft Drink: $1.3; Beer: $1.7; Bottle of Wine: $8.7 - $18, 3 course dinner: $13.28 - $18.11. In shops these products can be 50% cheaper.

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The dress code in Romania is the same as all over Europe (think France, Germany, UK or Italy). Wearing jeans, t-shirts/sweatshirts and athletic shoes is standard casual in Romanian. Plenty of designers’ shops are to be found in major cities: Bucharest, Cluj, Brasov, Sibiu, where people are a bit too pretentious when it comes to their outfits. Dorobanti Boulevard in Bucharest can easily be compared to Chaps Elysees in Paris when it comes to “fashionists” (costs are similar too). The malls are well supplied with designers’ clothes and with respect to the prices, a great deal of our clients found the Romanian costs to be more acceptable then the ones in US.
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