Private Tour from Brasov: Peles Castle, Bran Dracula Castle and Rasnov Fortress

14 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Day Trip
  • Group Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • Skip the line
  • E-Ticket
  • 8 hr

Embark on a small-group day tour to explore Transylvania's iconic tourist attractions, starting from Brasov. During the scenic drive through rural areas, witness the stunning Carpathian Mountains. The magnificent Peles Castle in Sinaia Town, a fairytale structure of luxury and elegance, is the first stop. Enjoy astonishing landscape and immerse yourself in the castle's splendor. Next stop is Bran Castle, famously linked to the legend of Vlad the Impaler. With skip-the-line access and an expert guide, uncover captivating stories and connections of the castle to the infamous Dracula. The final stop is the beautiful Rasnov Fortress, offering spectacular views. Savor local cuisine at a traditional restaurant in Bran village before returning to Brasov around 5 pm. With skip-the-line access, insightful commentary, and ample time to explore and take photos, don't miss the chance to discover the best of Transylvania's cultural heritage.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Transylvania Discovery Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Brasov Historical Center

Our first destination is the tourist town of Sinaia, where Peles Castle is located. To get there we must go trough Prahova Valley, leaving behind elegant mountain resorts Predeal, Azuga and Busteni which are continuously attracting a high number of Romanian and foreign tourists, on the road that crosses the whirling Prahova River. Breathtaking natural beauty is opened in front of your eyes but the most spectacular view is from Busteni where you can admire the highest peaks of the Bucegi Mountains: Caraiman Peak, Costila Peak and Omu Peak. Arrive in Sinaia, once an exclusive aristocratic resort, where we visit Peles Castle, the summer residence of the former Romanian royal family. Peles Castle is one of the most beautiful museums in Romania and was built in almost 40 years by King Charles 1.
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