• The Dracula Experience
  • The Dracula Experience
  • The Dracula Experience
  • The Dracula Experience


from £269 per person. Book here or call us on 0207 101 4061. 

Follow in the footsteps of Dracula and discover more than real-life ghost stories!

Let us transport you deep into the stony heart of the Transylvanian countryside to a remote corner of the Carpathian Mountains where a castle looms high amongst razor-sharp peaks. Receive a cold welcome to the legendary Bran Castle, commonly known as Dracula’s Castle, and real life setting of Bram Stoker’s sinister novel where you’ll unravel the secrets of the castle. Said to have been the possible residence of Vlad the Impaler during his bloodthirsty reign of terror, you’re invited to explore Bran Castle’s eerie corridors and deathly cold rooms at your peril!

You’ll also have the opportunity to climb up to the crumbling ruins of Rasnov Fortress and admire some truly spectacular views of the bleak Transylvanian landscape as well as visiting Poienari Castle, the real Dracula’s Castle. Discover Transylvania’s medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara, where Vlad Tepes was born, and even cross the water over to Snagov Monastery where Vlad the Impaler’s headless body was discovered by monks on the island.

There’s nothing to be afraid of here.

The Experience

Day 1: Start > Bucharest

Arrival in Bucharest followed by an airport transfer to your boutique accommodation in the heart of the Lipscani district. Spend the rest of the day as you choose, perhaps visiting the ruins of the Old Court of Bucharest where Vlad the Impaler resided whilst in Bucharest or simply enjoying the wealth of bars, cafes and restaurants dotted around the old town

Day 2: Bucharest > Snagov Monastery > Bran Castle > Brasov

Morning transfer to Transylvania via Snagov Monastery, where Vlad the Impaler was assassinated and discovered by monks who recovered his headless body. Cross the bridge over to island on which the monastery is located and visit the tomb where Dracula was buried. Afterwards, visit the infamous Bran Castle, where Vlad the Impaler was thought to have stayed, and then on to the medieval town of Brasov for an evening of rest and relaxation in Transylvania

Day 3: Brasov > Rasnov Fortress > Sighisoara

Morning visit to Rasnov Fortress near Brasov to explore the crumbling ruins built by the Teutonic Knights in Transylvania which was once owned by Dracula’s grandfather, Mircea the Old. Afterwards, transfer to the medieval citadel of Sighisoara, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler, where you can climb the old Clock Tower and walk up the Covered Staircase to the ancient Church on the Hill and wander through the cemetery. Spend the night in boutique accommodation just across Sighisoara’s main square where the young Dracula was born

Day 4: Sighisoara > Transfagarasan > Balea Lake > Poenari Castle > Bucharest

Morning transfer from Sighisoara on the ‘best road in the world’, the Transfagarasan, up to Balea Lake for lunch before travelling to Poenari Castle, the REAL Dracula’s Castle. Spend the afternoon exploring the ruins of the castle where Vlad the Impaler was besieged by the Turks then transfer back through the Transylvanian countryside to Bucharest for your final night

Day 5: Bucharest > End

Transfer to Bucharest airport for return flight

**During the shoulder season (Apr-May; Nov-Dec), the third night is spent in Sibiu instead of Sighisoara. This is due to the shorter days during those months where road time has to be spread more evenly. All sights and activities remain the same but you wouldn’t visit Balea Lake as the Tranfagarasan is closed. The bonus? You get to see another beautiful Transylvanian town!



The Price

Prices for this experience include:

Includes   Transfers Airport pick-up and drop-off, all in-country transfers

Includes   Accommodation 2 nights boutique B&B accommodation in Bucharest, 1 night boutique B&B accommodation in the Transylvanian town of Brasov, 1 night boutique B&B accommodation in Transylvania’s medieval town of Sighisoara (or Sibiu in shoulder season)

Includes   Activities Visit and entry to Snagov Monastery, visit and entry to Bran Castle (aka. Dracula’s Castle), visit and entry to Rasnov Fortress, visit and entry to Poenari Castle (aka. the real Dracula’s Castle)

Includes   Other The services of a bi-lingual guide, the Dracula Experience booklet, welcome drink

For up-to-date prices, bookings and enquiries, please click here.

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The Group

2 – 16 people

Please note that the trip may not be suitable for very young children given the fast-paced nature of the experience, journey times of longer than an hour, and possible disturbance to others travelling in the group. If you’re unsure, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as we can always tailor something specific to your needs.


The Experience Combos

For those looking to spend a little bit more time in Transylvania, we highly recommend considering the Transylvania Experience. Not only will you still have the opportunity to visit most of the sights offered in the Dracula Experience such as the medieval town of Sighisoara where Vlad the Impaler was born and Bran Castle, more famously known as Dracula’s Castle, but you’ll also be able to add some of the top activities of the Brown Bear Experience including a visit to the bear hide to see bears in their natural habitat and even a trip to the wonderful Libearty Bear Sanctuary. Other highlights of the Transylvania Experience include the chance to relax and unwind at the serene Inn on Balaban in the Carpathian Mountains, as well as getting involved in some traditional village activities in Crit and Viscri such as shepherding, bee-keeping, rustic cookery and even truffle hunting. For more information, just head over to the Transylvania Experience page here.


The Gallery


Here’s more of a visual overview of how the Dracula Experience unfolds over the few days you spend in Transylvania. There’s Vlad the Impaler’s birth plaque on the wall in Sighisoara, the looming walls of the eerie Bran Castle, the statue of Dracula in Bucharest’s Prince’s Court and the monastery on the island of Snagov where Vlad the Impaler’s headless corpse is said to be buried. You’ll also notice how beautiful Transylvania’s medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara are with their cobbled streets, colourful facades and rich cultural heritage.


The Location


Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Romania and you’re likely to hear something along the lines of Dracula, vampires and gypsies. Yes, the spooky castles pitched on rocky hilltops are certainly vampire-worthy but the only real fangs you’re likely to be exposed to here are those belonging to the wild bears, wolves and lynx that roam the Carpathian Mountains. Once you place the stereotypes aside for a moment, you’ll soon understand how misunderstood, overlooked and vastly underestimated this country is.

From the untouched Transylvanian countryside and the beautiful mountain scenery in the Carpathian Mountains, the wooden churches and painted monasteries of Maramures and the medieval towns of Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara, to the Danube Delta’s abundance of birds and wildlife, and the magnetic buzz of the fast-paced capital of Bucharest, the variation and contrast across Romania is staggering.

Of course, there’s far too much to see in just one visit but here’s what to expect from Transylvania…


Traditional Rural Life

Famed for its connections with Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula, Transylvania offers so much more than old ghost stories. With beautiful landscapes teaming with nature and perfectly preserved medieval towns rich in history and culture, this is one of the last places in Europe where you’ll find living remnants of medieval tradition and custom.

Ancient fortified villages and isolated hamlets are surrounded by rolling pastures dotted with haystacks, and meadows carpeted with hundreds of wildflowers. Peasant culture and rural life is apparent at every twist and turn – the locals get around by horse and cart, grass is cut using traditional scythes, shepherds roam the countryside and water is taken from the communal village well. Frozen in time yet utterly self-sufficient, the inhabitants of these remote dwellings have honed the ancient arts of weaving, pottery and bread-making over the centuries, and still make a living from time-honoured occupations including shepherding and carpentery.

Travelling to Transylvania is like stepping into the past, where time seems to slow down and age-old tradition unravels itself. Life is beautifully simple here, a world apart from our own hectic day-to-day lives, which makes a visit to the region a breath of fresh air in every sense of the word.

Rich Cultural Heritage

But the traditional way of life is only part of Transylvania’s fascination. The region is also home to a diverse multi-ethnic heritage where a cultural melting pot of Romanians, Hungarians, Saxons, Germans and Romany gypsies make a distinct mark on the architecture, cuisine and even names of Transylvania’s towns which are often referred to in three different languages. The result is a wonderfully diverse landscape speckled with groups of remote communities that live and breathe their own very distinctive traditions and customs many of which have disappeared over the centuries throughout the rest of Europe.

Charming Old Towns

If the culture, history and easy-going lifestyle aren’t enough to convince you of Transylvania’s appeal, then its collection of medieval old towns should just about clinch it for you! Perfectly preserved with charming cobbled streets and rainbow coloured houses with traditional roofs, the three most famous Saxon towns form a triangle across Transylvania and represent some of the finest examples in Europe.

First up is Brasov with its beautiful baroque architecture and citadel ruins, then there’s Sibiu with its cobblestone streets and handful of quaint squares, and finally, you’ve got the hilltop citadel of Sighisoara which boasts a labyrinth of narrow passageways and a fairytale clock tower dating back to the 14th century.


Other Locations

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The Season

With increasingly long summers and winters, the climate in Romania is rather extreme and plays host to some scorching months as well as a period of severe cold and snow, which is why the Dracula Experience does not run through the winter months. Spring, summer and autumn however offer beautiful weather on the whole, the finer details of which are mentioned below. Of course, the ideal time to book your Dracula Experience has to be in and around the end of October in the spirit of Halloween.

April: April offer a mixed bag in terms of weather. There’s normally a fair bit of snow around but it’s also not unusual to find yourself enjoying a coffee outside in a Transylvanian town’s café with the sun beating down with surprising strength on to both your face and the snow-covered streets.

May: The weather in May is pleasant as the intense heat of the summer is yet to arrive. However, it’s not unusual for the weather to change quite drastically in Transyvlania, particularly on higher ground so it’s a good idea to pack layers just in case! The other plus side to travelling in the spring is the presence of stunning wildflowers and butterflies that fill the Transylvanian countryside.

June, July & August: In the full swing of summer, visiting Transylvania in June, July and August affords long hot sunny days and blue skies with little chance of rain. While temperatures can soar to around 40 degrees in Bucharest, the Transylvanian countryside tends to be a little cooler so you can enjoy wandering around Transylvania’s beautiful medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara.

September & October: September and October are wonderful months to visit Transylvania as the temperatures have cooled off substantially but glowing sunshine and clear blue skies still prevail. Of course the end of October sees the arrival of Halloween, and what better place to celebrate all things spooky than in the land of Dracula? Now that really will send shivers down your spine.

November & December: The tail end of autumn and the beginning of winter are a good time to visit Transylvania as the crowds will be long gone. The weather can be a bit of a mixed bag depending on the year so you might be greeted with unseasonable sunshine or even some snow.

Want to see Dracula’s Castle over winter? Why not try our Transylvania Christmas Markets Experience or our Ice Hotel Experience.


The Duration & The Calendar

The Dracula Experience takes place over four nights and five days and typically commences every Thursday during the season. However, the arrival and departure times of your chosen flights may well affect the exact duration of your stay. Many use the flexibility of booking their own flights to add an additional night or two (or three) in Bucharest at the beginning and/or end of the experience to make the very most of their time in Romania.

The calendar on the BOOK NOW page shows exactly when trips are available throughout the season. As well as displaying which trip dates are fully booked or available, the calendar also highlights specific dates that have been discounted or are on special offer. Click here to see available dates and rates on our calendar >



The Highlights

There are plenty of reasons why we think you would be mad to miss out on exploring Transylvania on the Dracula experience, but here are a few of our personal trip highlights to help make your mind up…

The Dracula Connection: Transylvania’s link to the bloodthirsty Count Dracula has always been the main draw for many in visiting the area, and with plenty of history, sights and atmosphere you’ll certainly be getting what you bargained for. Along with Dracula’s Castle in Bran every sight you visit has a connection with Vlad the Impaler and will be brought to life with stories and information delivered from your guide to help paint a clear picture of who the man behind Dracula really was. It’s all fascinating stuff but more than just a famous ghost story and we hope you’ll fall in love with Transylvania like we have!

The Transylvanian Countryside: The Transylvanian countryside is an absolute spectacle that changes throughout the seasons with beautiful alpine meadows rich in wild flora and fauna, and green pastures carpeted with an abundance of wild flowers and peppered with hundreds of butterflies during the spring and summer. Whether you’re here for a history lesson about Dracula, the great outdoors or just an escape somewhere different, you’ll find the natural Transylvanian countryside a veritable paradise of peace and beauty.

The Transylvanian Towns: Transylvania’s collection of medieval towns is one of its biggest strengths and once you’ve had the opportunity to stroll around their cobbled streets and soak up the olde-worldy atmosphere you’ll soon see why. Surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains and dotted with clusters of rural villages, fortified churches and thick forests, the old towns of Brasov and Sighisoara are an absolute pleasure to spend time in. These medieval Saxon towns and particularly the ancient citadel of Sighisoara ooze charm, history and culture and will make you feel as though you’ve stepped into a long ago fairytale where ghosts and vampires are very much alive.

The Motivation

Whether it’s for a long weekend of fun with the family or a chance for you to dig a little deeper into the history of Dracula, the Dracula Experience is ideal if you’re looking for the following things:

For Culture & Tradition & To Learn Something New: With time to explore all things Dracula including visits to the infamous Bran Castle, the ‘real’ Dracula’s Castle, Snagov Monastery and the crumbling Rasnov Fortress, you’ll come back from your trip with reams of knowledge to share about both Romanian culture and of course the background of Vlad the Impaler, the prince of Wallachia. To make the very most of your time in Transylvania, you’ll also have the option to sign up for our guided walking tours in Bucharest, Brasov and Sighisoara which showcase the best of the sights on foot with a kick of history and culture and are the perfect way to absorb the atmosphere and essence of Transylvania and Romania.

To Step Back In Time: Spending time in the Transylvanian countryside and within the walls of its charming collection of medieval towns is very much like escaping to a far away land. Along with the connection to Dracula, vampires and all things eerie there are also crumbling fortresses, looming castles and isolated monasteries that complete the ancient landscape and transport you to a time where Vlad the Impaler reigned his bloodthirsty rule of terror.

The Grapevine

Don’t just take our word for it, have a read of what our clients have to say about their experiences on the trip.

‘We just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed our Transylvania experience this week. We had a warm and friendly welcome from Cristina and Flavius was an excellent tour guide, friendly and helpful and knowledgeable, not to mention an excellent driver (The Transfăgărășan was an experience and a half!). Everything went so smoothly that we wouldn’t hesitate to book with you again!’ – Lucy and Seetal, September 2014

‘I recently travelled to Romania on the Dracula tour with Marius as our guide. It was so amazing and so affordable. Maria and I  had the most amazing 40th trip made perfect by Marius. He was so flexible and knowledgeable we loved him. Thank you for the best long weekend ever and I will be sure to recommend Untravelled Paths all day every day.’ – Milly, March 2014

“In short, we loved the trip, and had a fantastic time. It was excellent value for money, and ranks amongst our favourite holidays ever. Dragos and Cristina were absolutely superb; there when we needed them, not there when we didn’t, always cheerful and full of interesting info to flesh out the sometimes long drives and to add insight to the “official version of events”.

The country was just a great place to visit. Surprising and delightful were the words I used most often. Bucharest was far from the chaos and drabness that the guidebooks suggest. We could have enjoyed more time there but were happy with what we did do and see.

The castles, especially Peles of course, were out of this world. Quite the most remarkable we have seen anywhere, and a real highlight of the trip.

We wished we could have had more time to explore Brasov, but throughly enjoyed its charm. Another of the highlights for all of us was the Wolf and Lynx Tracking. Although in truth it would more accurately be described as a hike up a mountain through forests that wolf, lynx and bears inhabit, everyone just loved what for us Africans anyway was a fantasy landscape and being in such a beautiful environment. And Dan was superb.

Sighisoara was remarkable and thoroughly enjoyable – although it did add considerably to the amount of time in the car, it was worth it. Overall, the standard of the accommodation fitted the surprising and delightful description. We loved all the quirky features in  the rooms, and being able to step out of our hotels right into the squares and hearts of the towns was a real plus.

Thank you again for everything you did to enable our unforgettable holiday.”

– Bill & Family, December 2012


The Booking Process

So you’ve found the perfect experience for you… what happens next? Once you’ve chosen the dates you’d like to travel on using our availability calendar all you need to do is head over to the booking page and fill in your details where necessary on the enquiry form. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours, answering any questions you may have and confirming availability for the experience over the dates you’ve enquired about. If that’s all good to go, we’ll hold your places for you and ask you to look into booking your flights.

Once you’ve booked your flights please send us over the details via email including flight times, numbers and departure airports. We’ll then process your booking and send you an RBS payment link for the deposit or full balance depending on how soon you’re travelling. If your trip departs in less than 6 weeks we require full payment in order to guarantee your places on the experience, however if you are travelling in more than 6 weeks we will only take a 25% deposit at the time of booking. The outstanding balance is then taken 6 weeks before your departure date.

After your payment has been received we’ll send you confirmation of your booking along with a personalised trip itinerary, information pack and any other appropriate materials. All you need to do now is write the dates in your diary, prepare your packing list and look forward to your next adventure!


The Flights

As a tour operator we are not able to offer inclusive flights as part of our experiences however we are more than happy to help you find the most appropriate incoming and outgoing flights for you. All the listed airports fly directly in and out of Bucharest with multiple different airlines to choose from. We highly recommend using Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights. If the widget below plays up for whatever reason just head over to the website here >

London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Bristol, Birmingham, Doncaster, Glasgow & Dublin

Your airport transfers are 100% flexible allowing you the freedom to depart at any time you choose on the departure date whether that be at 2 o’clock in the morning or 11 o’clock at night.

For those wanting to book additional nights at the beginning or end of the trip please note that your airport pick-up and drop-off will still be included provided that you book your accommodation for the extra nights directly through us. If not you will need to organise your own transfers to and from the airport. Please contact us if you need advice or assistance.



The Personality

This Dracula Experience in Transylvania is suitable for all ages and tastes from the young to the young at heart. It also matches with the below travel personalities and groups so you can find out whether you not this is the right fit for you:

The Culture Vulture: Anyone with an affinity for history and culture will adore this mini-adventure into the heart of the Transylvanian countryside where living legends of vampires, Dracula and evil princes hang above the foreboding castles at Bran and Poienari, the would-be haunts of Vlad the Impaler during his reign of terror. Aside from Transylvania’s connections with Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula, the area is also rich in history and culture particularly within its medieval Saxon towns of Brasov and Sighisoara, which boast stunning architecture and impressive landmarks and ooze charm. You’ll probably want to stay a lot longer than a few days!

The Explorer: Not only will you have the opportunity to declare the fact that you’ve visited Dracula’s Castle, both the famous Bran Castle and the original Poienari Castle, but you’ll also get the chance to explore the hidden gems of the Transylvanian countryside. You’ll be based in the middle of all the action in the heart of Transylvania’s most beautiful medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara allowing you the freedom to discover both the sights and highlights within the towns themeselves as well as the surrounding area of the Carpathian Mountains and isolated, rural villages dotted around the countryside. There’s so much on offer that you’ll be tempted to book a few extra nights.

The Busy Bee: In just four nights you’ll be discovering the very best of Transylvania including the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler in Sighisoara, the eerie Snagov Monastery where the man himself is said to be buried, the famous and original Dracula’s Castles at Bran and Poienari, as well as the crumbling ruins of Rasnov Fortress, the medieval old town of Brasov and even the buzz of Bucharest. Be prepared for a few days of myth and magic.

The Group 

The Dracula Experience is a wonderful long weekend escape to the mysterious land of Transylvania suited to all groups including families and even solo travellers who are keen on following in the footsteps of the bloodthirsty Vlad the Impaler.

The Couple & The Friends: Whether you’re looking to getaway with your other half or a group of friends, this four-night adventure to the home of Dracula fits perfectly into a long weekend and incorporates a variety of culture-based and historical elements including visits to all of Vlad the Impaler’s associated landmarks such as Bran Castle, his birthplace in Sighisoara and the site of his resting place at Snagov Monastery. Aside from all this you’ll still have plenty of time to enjoy Transylvania’s charming medieval towns sipping on fresh lemonade at a little cafe off one of Brasov’s main squares or wandering through Sighisoara’s cobbled streets under the fairytale clock tower.

The Family: This trip is the ideal opportunity to share some quality time together in a land of myth and legend. Children will enjoy unraveling the secrets of the infamous Count Dracula and his connections with Romanian prince Vlad the Impaler while adults will undoubtedly fall in love with Transylvania’s beautiful old towns and rolling countryside. Both young and old alike will enjoy exploring the crumbling remains of Transylvania’s famous fortresses, the haunted corridors of Bran Castle and the maze of cobbled streets and alleyways in Sighisoara and Brasov. Please note that the trip may not be suitable for very young children given the fast-paced nature of the experience, journey times of longer than an hour, and possible disturbance to others travelling in the group. If you’re unsure, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as we can always tailor something specific to your needs.

The Solo Traveller: If you’re hankering for a short escape away somewhere completely different then this mini-adventure to the fascinating landscape of Transylvania is for you. There’s plenty on offer to keep you interested and occupied with visits to Transylvania’s most famous Dracula-linked landmarks such as Bran Castle, Rasnov Fortress and the medieval Saxon town of Sighisoara where the young Vlad the Impaler was born. Being based in the wonderful towns of Brasov and Sighisoara in the heart of Transylvania, everything is on your doorstep and you’ll have time to absorb the relaxed atmosphere.


The Enquiry Form

If you’d like to learn more about this experience, you’d like to check availability and prices or you have questions that need answering simply fill out the form below with all the required details using the calendar to let us know which dates you’re interested in. Once submitted, we will get back to you with confirmation and/or next steps within 24 hours.

For those who want to see Dracula’s castle in the winter months check our our Transylvania Christmas Markets Experience or our super cool Ice Hotel Experience.

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