Transylvania is without question the country’s most recognised region, and the infamous Count Dracula is its most famous resident! Spend a few days here to delve in to the myths and history of the region. Explore ‘Dracula’s Castle’, then head in to the countryside to look for bears and to try your hand at some winter activities.
Once you’re done exploring the countryside, mountains and medieval villages, its time to experience the capital city of Bucharest. Hear about the Ceaușescu regime and star at the glaringly huge palace which he built.
- Carpathian Walking & Bears
Explore Romania's majestic mountains and rustic villages looking for Brown bears
- See Brown bears from a hide
- Discover one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Europe
- Have a unique opportunity to observe a great variety of wildlife in its natural environment
- Transylvania Winter Walk & Snowshoe
Wander through the mountains and forests of wintery Transylvania.
- The serene beauty of the Carpathian Mountains in Winter
- Looking for wolf and bear tracks in the snow
- Visiting Bran Castle, Dracula's home
- Winter in Transylvania
Step into the pages of a storybook in wintery Transylvania
- Enjoy the tranquil beauty of the Carpathians in winter
- Explore the Saxon towns and villages of Transylvania
- Visit Bran Castle, the home of Dracula
- Headwater – Transylvania and the Carpathian Mountains
Explore fairytale castles and traditional churches
- Beautiful fairytale castles and traditional churches - such as the royal summer...
- Opportunities to experience the region's rich and varied flora and fauna - ...
- Walk the high Bucegi Plateau and the stunning Prapastiile Zarnestilor gorge, used...