Accomodation in a very luxurious Dracula Hotel with Knights Hall, spa facilities and torture room
Poiana Brasov – a fairy tale location surrounded by pinewoods and magnificent mountainous scenery, known as one of the best ski resort in Central-Eastern Europe.
An international award winning ski school, the largest ski school in Romania using only professional trained instructors, 148 top professionals. Ana Ski School received the award for the best ski school in the world at “Partners in Excellency” ceremony, a competition entered by 78 ski schools world wide.
Bran Castle – also known as Dracula’s Castle, a legendary Transylvanian fortress dating back to 1377.
Peles Castle – one of the most beautiful royal residences in Europe, home to most of Romania’s monarchs
Brasov City tour – explore the Medieval Saxon city of Brasov with its outstanding medieval atmosphere, one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe
Enjoy the medieval flavour at its best! There’s no better place for a medieval adventure than Sighisoara. The citadel stands as Europe’s most beautiful inhabited fortified city, UNESCO European heritage site and as “the most beautiful and complete site of medieval architecture in Romania”. A city with an intimate and warm atmosphere that offers fabulous sights, delicious treats in superb restaurants with old architecture and undying vampire tales; visit the Clock Tower, the Medieval Weapon Collection and the Torture Room. learn more
Dracula’s Castle from Bran, that owes its fame both to its unique charm and to the myth created around Dracula. Peles Palace, the most beautiful royal residence in Europe.
A great shopping session in a truly European capital - Bucharest; take the pulse of Bucharest's night life: casino, nightclub, disco or romantic bars and restaurants.On the way to Bucharest you can see the royal palace from Sinaia, Peles, the most beautiful in Europe and have a special lunch in Palace Restaurant, the place where the passengers of the famous Orient Express used to dine. Visit Snagov Monastery, in Bucharest, where, according to the legend, Vlad was buried after his assassination learn more