Apart from Bran Castle, you can also explore many other attractions in Transylvania on your Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip.
Located deep in the Carpathian Mountains near Sinaia is this beautiful castle that formerly served as a residence of the Romanian Royal Family. Peles Castle sits on the ancient route that connected Transylvania and Wallachia and was built in the late 19th century.
Founded in 1695 by Prince Mihail Cantacuzino, the Sinaia Monastery is part of the Bucharest archdiocese. You can find the earliest translated Bible in Romanian along with some precious jewelry that belonged to the Cantacuzino family.
Located in the heart of Romania and surrounded by the Southern Carpathian Mountains, Brasov was once a trading hub between Austria and Turkey. The city has a lot to offer to tourists, along with historical monuments like the Black Church, Casa Hirscher, the Council Square, and much more!
The name Curtea de Argeș translates to the Court upon Arges and refers to the former status of the court that functioned as the capital of Wallachia. It is home to some of the most beautiful churches like the Curtea de Argeș Cathedral, Biserica Domnească and many more!
The former home to the infamous Wallachian Prince, Vlad Tepes, the Poenari Fortress sits on the top of a mountain that can only be reached by 1480 concrete steps. While the climb may be tedious, it is most definitely worth the effort for panoramic views of the Carpathian mountains enveloping the fortress.
About 1500 km across, the famous Carpathian mountain range forms an arc across Central and Eastern Europe and is also the third-longest mountain range in Europe. With every other town built around these mountains in Romania, they offer some of the best views of nature and civilization.
Bran Castle is open from 9 AM to 6 PM every day except Mondays. On Mondays, Bran Castle is open from 12 PM to 6 PM. Last admission is at 6 PM.
Bran Castle is less than 3 hours away from Bucharest. A Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip would be approximately 12 to 14 hours, depending on your ticket type.
Depending on your ticket type, you may either be picked up from your hotel or you will have to meet your tour guide at 8 AM.
Return transfers are included in your ticket depending on your ticket type. If you were picked up from a hotel at the beginning of your trip, you will be dropped back at your hotel at the end of the trip.
You will travel in an air-conditioned coach.
As your day trips may include a lot of walking, we suggest that you wear flat comfortable footwear. We also recommend that you dress according to the weather in Romania.
Yes, photography and videography are allowed inside Bran Castle. For professional photography, you will need to sign a contract.
It is not recommended that you carry your luggage during your day trip due to limited space in your coach. There are no locker facilities and narrow passageways at Bran Castle which may hinder your experience if you have to also carry your luggage around.
A. Yes, there are many Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip tickets available online. You can book them here.
A. Your Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip ticket will include an air-conditioned coach that will pick you up and drop you at your hotel or pickup point. There will also be an expert guide fluent in multiple languages who will take you around the Carpathian Mountains covering various landmarks like Peles Castle, Poenari Fortress, Sinaia Monastery and many more along with Bran Castle.
A. Your Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip may take 12-14 hours, depending on your ticket.
A. You can cancel your Bran Castle day trip tickets up to 24 hours before schedule and get a full refund.
A. Yes, an expert guide will accompany you to give you keen insights into all the things you will discover on your Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip.
A. Some Bucharest to Bran Castle day trip tickets include hotel transfers as well. If your ticket includes a pickup from the hotel, then you will be dropped back at your hotel at the end of the trip as well.