Two Days Tour To Dracula's Castle - Bucharest- Bran - Sinaia
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Experience the history and the myth of Bram Stokers novel about count Dracula. Learn where the true history ends and the legend begins.
Day 1 - Varna - Bucharest - Bran
Early morning departure. Arrival in Bucharest at noon. Panoramic bus tour of dowintown Bucharest including Uniri Square, University Square, Victoria Square and the Square of the Revolution. Photo stop in front of the Parliament - the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon, combining a monumental exterior with a splendid interior. Time at leisure in the central part of the city. Visit of the Village Museum, picturequely located amidst a beautiful park the museum recreates over 300 traditional buildings representing the Romanian provincial architecture from each of the country's regions. Houses, barns and wooden churches and artisans, dressed in traditional costumes from 16 - 17 centuries add to the atmosphere. Free time for lunch. Afternoon departure to Sinaia and Bran. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 - Bran - Sinaia - Varna
Breakfast. Morning visit to the Hunting Residence of the Romanian Prince Vlad, built in 14th century upon a 60 meters high rock, commonly known as Dracula's Castle. Departure to Sinaia. Free time for lunch. Visit to Peles Castle - the former summer residence of the Romanian kings in 18 - 19 centuries; today beautifully recreating the old-time interior and atmosphere. Visit to Sinaia Monastery dating back to the 17th century, one of the most sacred Christian sites also possessing a rich collection of valuable icons. Afternoon departure to Bulgaria and late evening return.
|This tour operates every Tuesday and Thursday from June to September 2017|
|Dates and prices:|
|Price per person:||125.00 И|
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