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Romania Must See Castles

romania must see castles

A day trip to Prahova Valley and Brasov is an absolute must for everyone visiting Romania. Why?

Main reasons are the two castles : Peles and Bran Castle with he spectacular views of the Carpathians as a bonus.

On this one day tour you will learn the best stories about Romania’s most famous castles from a local certified guide. You will get a glimpse of Transylvania and have all your questions and curiosities answered.

Itinerary

The itinerary  starts with pick-up from your hotel. Our first stop is Peles Castle in Sinaia resort. Peles Castle is a glorious fairy-tale like looking castle that is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.

When we complete the tour of Peles, we continue towards our next stop: Bran Castle.

The drive is a spectacular one as we pass along the high peaks of the Bucegi mountains.

Next stop: Bran Castle. It doesn’t need much of an introduction as you either know it as Count Dracula’s layer or a Harry Potter castle. A glimpse of this legendary castle and you  understand why inspired Bram Stoker to make it home to his notorious blood loving hero.

Once finished with exploring Bran’s hidden staircases and narrow halls we head towards Brasov, one of Transylvania’s best preserved medieval citadels.

Sightseeing in Brasov includes the main square and the Black Church, the White & Black towers.

Prices:

No. of people Price per person (prices are in Euro)
1 person 220 €
2 persons 150 €
3 persons 120 €

For 4+ persons please contact us via tours@roaringromania.com or via the contact form below for a price offer.

deposit needs to be paid in advance to secure booking for this tour. Deposit will be discussed upon booking.

Included in price: English speaking guide, entrance fees, transport costs (fuel, parking fees).

Not included in price: meals, photo tax.

Route: Bucharest-Sinaia-Bran-Brasov-Bucharest

Distance: aprox 450 kms round trip

Availability: all year round

Duration: aprox.12 hours

Please be aware that on Mondays, Peles Castle is closed for visitors


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Comments

  1. yvonne
    August 13th

    The first one has been on my bucket list for far too long now

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