After having breakfast, your first stop for the day is the city of Brasov. The town has a medieval ambiance given by the famous Gothic cathedral, The Black Church, the largest cathedral in Southeastern Europe. The edifice dates from the 14th century. However, due to many external factors, it was finalized only in the late 15th century. First known as Saint Mary's church, the edifice gained its actual name after a massive fire destroyed most of the construction. Its outside walls remained blackened as a repercussion. If you wander around the streets of Brasov, you cannot miss catching a glimpse of this iconic medieval church.
You will also take a city tour and get a glimpse of the most famous tourist landmarks. Lunch will be at a lovely, traditional restaurant in Brasov.
The evening is booked for your Halloween party at Dracula's Castle. You will have the chance to pick your Halloween costumes, get ready, and have a tour of Bran Castle in the most symbolic night of the year. The castle is going to be decorated for this special occasion: the Halloween night. Even if you choose a fancy dress or only a cape will be impresed by the variety of costumes. Ielele, evil fairies from the Romanian folklore, will undoubtedly try to lure you into their world. If celebrating Halloween in Transylvanias spookiest medieval citadel will make you feel uncomfortable, we recommend you to try the traditional Romanian food and the Romanian wine. These will definitely bring the joy back to you.
Also the ded wine, black vodka, and evil fairies are some of the ingredients that will make your Halloween night amazing.
*Be aware to party as hard as you can and not sit around as the living dead moroi will come and get you.
Count Dracula will be your host until past midnight, when he will invite you to his private party, in a tent placed in the Royal Park.
Overnight in Bran.