You are in Romania, the country of 1000 myths and legends. You are invited to spend the evening in one of the palaces of Prince Vlad Dracul, better known by the name of Dracula.
In a dark atmosphere where the decoration of the palace is highlighted by subdued lights, a cinema décor opens to your eyes.
Count Dracula is a vampire, an immortal person who feasts on the blood of the living and turns them into vampires.
Cocktail with mantles and masks . We propose to decorate the room with candles and a coffin.
Dracula’s Castle in Transylvania – built in accordance to Bram Stoker’s imagination, on Borgo Pass where the Irish writer placed the castle of Count Dracula, accommodation, candle lit dinner and a camp fire with all the right stories.
Royal Dinner at Bran Castle – at Queen Marie’s Tea House
Joyfully Masquerade Party – Open bar, delicious dinner and our Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead.
Sighisoara Medieval Citadel – the best preserved and still inhabited medieval citadel in Europe with a UNESCO World Heritage status, Vlad the Impaler’s birth place.
Bran Castle – also known as Dracula’s Castle, a legendary Transylvanian fortress dating back to 1377.
Corvinestilor Castle – the greatest Gothic style castle in Romania, Corvinesti. The edifice was built in the 14th Century on the site of a former Roman camp.
Snagov Monastery – where, according to the legend, Vlad was buried after his assassination
Poienari Fortress – Vlad’s old and faithful citadel perched high on a cliff, more than 1000 stairs to climb.
Vampire Treats: indulge yourself with a Vampire dinner to find out why it’s worth killing for a meal!
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