6-Nights Halloween in Transylvania - Classic

Halloween in Transylvania
Transylvania. The name itself is enough to send an icy chill down the spine of even the most fearless adventurer. Now imagine being there, in person, when the clock clangs midnight… on Halloween! At odds with its creeptacular reputation, Romania ranks as one of Europe’s most charming and underexplored regions, beguiling visitors with its stunning Gothic architecture, enveloping forests, and friendly people. But as idyllic as it is by day, the real fun happens at night - particularly Halloween, when we’ll treat you to a costume party in an authentic castle. Think you’re not afraid of the dark? You will be.

Attend a special Halloween costume party in an authentic Gothic castle, take a peek into the ruins of Dracula’s castle, explore medieval towns including the Old World cities of Bran and Bucharest, learn the true story of the infamous Vlad the Impaler.

Hotels (6 nts).

Group Leader
2 Chief Experience Officers (CEO) throughout, local guides.

Group Size Notes
Individual group size can meet a maximum of 20; The G staff to traveller ratio of a small group, but it's a G party! The more the merrier.

Meals Included
6 breakfasts, 1 dinner

What's Included
Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group. Ruins of Dracula's Poenari Castle visit. Sibiu orientation walk. Halloween party at haunted Bran Castle. Sighisoara orientation walk. Rupea Citadel visit. Snagov Monastery visit. Bran Castle visit. Bucharest orientation walk. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

6 nights from $1499 per person

Supplier: G Adventures

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Bucharest is the capital and largest city in Romania and is located in the southern part of the country. Referred to as the ‘Paris of the Balkans’, Bucharest has ornate buildings, wide boulevards and gardens fashioned after French architecture and city planning. In the name of progress and modernization, North Korean style buildings began being erected – many of which still stand unfinished today. Sights to see in Bucharest range from the stately to the heavenly. The Palace of Parliament should not be missed while in Bucharest – and it’s hard not to. It’s the second largest building in the world behind the Pentagon. Containing over 1,000 rooms, restaurants, conference areas and an art gallery, it houses the Romanian Parliament. There are several museums in the city, such as the National Art Museum and the Village Museum - an open–air museum containing over 300 houses, churches and mills from all over Romania and displays of some of the best folk architecture in the region. The Antim Monastery and Patriarchate Church are among Bucharest's outstanding religious structures.


For centuries, the Citadel of Sibiu was one of the largest and best fortified in Europe. Withstanding the test of time, some of defensive walls and towers still stand along Strada Cetatii and Coposu. The city is easily navigable by foot and visitors can choose to walk “upper town”, which contains most of Sibiu’s historic sites or walk “lower town”, which is a collection of cobblestone squares and quaint houses. Some of the sites include Little Square, Huet Square and the Evangelical Church, Bridge of Lies, Goldsmith Square, Great Square, Orthodox Cathedral, The Roman Catholic Church and City Hall Tower. There are numerous museums in the town as well, such as the Bruckenthal Art Museum.


Sighisoara, situated in the Transylvania province of Romania, is famous for its architecture dating from 14th century. Visitors walk from the city to the medieval citadel and enter throwgh the 60-meter-tall clock tower (built in 1360). The ocher-colored house "Casa Vlad Dracula", where the Vlad the Impaler was born, better known as Vlad III Dracula, once lived, is now a cozy restaurant with Gothic-style furniture, good soups, and traditional Romanian dishes. Visit the museums, the Church on trop of the Hill (14th century), and the Monastery Church (15th century) both built in the Gothic style. The town of Sighisoara is the most enchanting of all Transylvanian towns. Its medieval buildings, gilded roofs and towers have been unspoiled by war or modern industry. The Citadel, built by the Saxons in the 12th Century, rises above the town and is preserved as a museum.


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