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MANIA, BUCHAREST Bucharest Sightseeing Tour 33.50 EUR You will be picked up at your hotel and taken to the most famous sites in Bucharest including the Triumph Arch, the Village Museum, the Victoriei Square, the Revolution Square, and the Palace of Parliament. Bucharest by Night 52.50 EUR This tour is a perfect way to end a day in the capital city of Romania. If you don't have enough time to wander around, you can go on this tour for a two-hour evening drive through the city centre, and discover the most interesting sites, as well as hear the story of the "Little Paris", as Bucharest is sometimes referred to. You will be picked up from your hotel to see the beautifully illuminated night Bucharest: its main boulevards and squares, the Revolution Square, the former Royal Palace, and the Romanian Athenaeum; the Constitution Square and the Palace of Parliament (the second largest building in the world); the Union Square and the Romanian 'Champs Elysees'. After the tour you will be dropped off at your hotel, or the restaurant of your choice (under own expense). Old Princely Court 89.00 EUR Follow the legend of Dracula on this half day excursion outside Bucharest. You will be picked up from your hotel and have a short introduction into the history of Bucharest at the ruins of the old Princely Court and Church. This is the place where Vlad was ruling Wallachia in the 5th century. This will be followed by a trip to Snagov Monastery, the next stop on this tour. It is situated on an island accessible by a foot bridge. Here is situated the supposed burial place of Vlad Tepes, better known as Dracula after the 19th century's book written by Bram Stoker. Snagov Lake is situated about 30 km from Bucharest. The Snagov Monastery is said to be the place where they sent the headless corpse of Vlad Tepes (Dracula) after he was assassinated. An excavation of 1931 reportedly found an empty grave, while some accounts tell of the exhumation of a richly dressed decapitated body. The frescoes and paintings surrounding the tomb make it a great site worth to be seen and a must visit for Dracula fans. Transylvania Castle Tour 185.50 EUR On this full day tour from Bucharest your guide will take you to Sinaia, Bran and Brasov to see the culture of Transylvania and Walachia. After a two-hour drive you will arrive at Sinaia and visit the monastery built in the 17th century by Mihail Cantacuzino, a ruling prince of Walachia, after his pilgrimage to Mount Sinai in Egypt. Next stop is Peles Castle, one of the most important museums in Romania where one can admire the beautiful architecture of the Castle, as well as the furniture and ornamental objects, carpets, tapestry, sculptures, paintings and rich collections of weapons of the 15th-19th centuries. Then your journey will continue to Bran to visit the famous Bran Castle (related to Dracula's legend). The Castle had a strategic mission being on the border between Transylvania and Walachia. It was governed by the King of Hungary Sigismund of Luxembourg, the Romanian Voievodes Mircea cel Batran and eventually Vlad Tepes (Dracula). The castle got its fame from Dracula's legend written in 1897 by Bram Stoker and later on made into a film by Francis Ford Coppola. After the tour of the castle, visit the medieval centre of Brasov with the impressive Black Church, the largest church in Europe between Vienna and Istanbul. After 3 hours drive you will be back to your hotel in Bucharest. Peles Castle and Wine Tasting Tour 214.00 EUR Get the taste of historical Transylvania on this full-day tour to the stunning Peles Castle, the former residence of the Romanian royal family, followed by the visit to the famous Azuga wine cellars, founded in 1892 and an official supplier to the royal family. The visit includes wine tasting and a three-course meal. Sighisoara and Medieval Towns of Transylvania - 2 557.50 EUR Join this two day two tour from Bucharest and go back in time to the Unesco-protected medieval sites of Transylvanian towns - Sighisoara, Brasov, Bran and Sinaia. Day 1 will begin with visit to Peles Castle in Sinaia, the former Royal residence and architectural marvel of Neo-Renaissance; guided sightseeing of the medieval town of Brasov - one of the most stunning historical cities in Transylvania; and transfer to the medieval citadel of Sighisoara, with an overnight within the citadel walls. Enjoy your guided sightseeing of Sighisoara citadel - the only Medieval citadel in the world that is still populated, the birthplace of Vlad Tepes and a perfectly preserved medieval town in beautiful hilly countryside. No less than 11 towers remain standing along Sighisoara's intact city walls, inside which are sloping cobblestone streets lined with 16-century merchant houses and untouched churches. On Day 2 you will visit the famous Bran Castle, also called Dracula Castle and related to Dracula's legend, with a truly impressive interior and rich history.