Welcome to Dracula's Land!
We will start to discover Count Dracula's traces at the Princely Court - Dracula's palace in Bucharest, built in the second half of the XIVth century.
The guide will pick-you up and you will start to discover the city. The tour includes all the important places and architectural buildings. Highlights: the Arch of Triumph (inspired by the one in Paris), the Press Square (where a copy of the Moscow University can be seen), the former Royal Palace (nowadays the Art Museum), the Athenaeum(Romania’s most famous concert hall), the Revolution Square (where the 1989 anti communism revolt went nationwide), ride along Victoria Avenue, the University, the National Theatre, the Opera House, Manuc’s Inn, the medieval core of the town, the Patriarchy. Visit the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon.
Accommodation in Bucharest.