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Have you heard about Transylvania? Have You always wanted to visit it, but you didn’t have enough time?

We offer you a 4 days essential tour of Transylvania where you will explore the most famous castles in Transilvania, you will discover the story of Dracula following his path and you will experience life style, history, culture and cuisine of Transylvania!

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Day 1
The city of Cluj-Napoca is the capital of Transylvania- that’s where we begin our misterious trip! Let us introduce you to the city and its traditional cuisine.


Day 2
Sighisoara, Brasov
We move forward to Sighisoara, following the path of Dracula.The legend says that Dracula was born in this city and also is the most beautiful and well-preserved inhabited citadel in Europe,being part of UNESCO. Last destination of the day is Brasov is the image of historical and cultural german resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions.

Day 3
Rasnov, Bran, Peles
We are going to visit Rasnov another important citadel from 14 century, the fortress was built by Teutonic Knights as protection against invading Tatars, at Bran we will discover the myth of Dracula’s Castle which is a national monument and landmark in Romania. The last attraction is Sinaia, castle Peles is a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture,first European castle entirely lit by electrical current, considered by many one of the most stunning castles in East Europe.

Day 4
Saschiz, Salina Turda
You will have the chance to experince the life at the country, in an authentic Transylvanian village Saschiz, where will be activities and tastings, forward to the amazing Salt Mine Turda a veritable history museum of salt mining over 2,000 years of history, and also top 22 touristic attraction in the whole world.

The tour includes:
Transport within Transilvania
Tour guide
Meals:breakfast, one dinner in Cluj-Napoca + tastings in Saschiz
Entrees at the museums

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