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Dracula: Discover the Truth
Follow in the footsteps of Jonathan Harker to Count Dracula's castle in the "Borgo Pass"
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We organise a wide range of tailormade tours, themed around the fictional Count Dracula, and the history of the real Dracula - Vlad the Impaler, either as tailormade arrangements which can be fitted into any Romania holiday, or stand alone Dracula tours for groups and societies. Whether you are a serious Dracula enthusiast or you just want to discover the truth about Dracula these are the tours for YOU - researched in great depth, tried and tested and escorted by professional experts in the field; these are the tours that will bring you closest to unravelling the truth - and they are also great fun! Please scroll down to a summary of the types of holidays available or click on the categories to the left for further details.

HALLOWEEN 2014: we are organe a selection of tailor-made options plus Halloween Dracula themed short breaks with Count Kalnoky, and near Sighisoara. Why not combine Halloween with the amazing autumn/ fall colours if northern Transylvania or walking in Maramures? Email for details.

"Just returned from the Ultimate Halloween tour and would just like to thank you for a wonderful experience. Special mention must go to the guide Ramona, one could have not wished for a better, more professional, well informed FUN guide, She is a truly wonderful person and a joy to be around!" D.&J.K. (Derbyshire)

"We loved Hotel Castel Dracula, it was great fun, and in a stunning location, but the horse and cart ride up through the forest was an attraction worth selling in itself. A beautiful ride and a great experience. We loved turning up to the door to the amzement of the other tourists in their cars!" D.& A.O. (East Sussex)


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Superstitions, myths and legend are rife in this part of Transylvania
- a fear of the unknown in this remote corner of Europe

"Then a dog began to howl somewhere in a farmhouse far down the road - a long, agonized wailing as if from fear. The sound was taken up by another dog, then another and another, till, borne on the wind which now sighed softly through the Pass, a wild howling began which seemed to come from all over the country, as far as the imagination could grasp it through the gloom of the night. ... Then, far off in the distance, from the mountains on each side of us began a louder and sharper howling - that of wolves!"

[ Bram Stoker "Dracula", 1897 ]




Dracula: the Vampire Count

The well-known Dracula, a vampire count, subject of hundreds of horror films, was created by an Irishman, Bram Stoker, in 1897.






Dracula Collection
Guideline Prices 2011


Suggestions for Dracula
Holiday Itineraries &
Guideline Prices


7 Days BESPOKE DRACULA
Beauty & the Beast
from Bucharest

£ 700.00 - £ 795.00 per person
plus flights from £ 125.00



11 Days BESPOKE DRACULA
Jonathan Harker PLUS
from Cluj/ Targu Mures
incl. 7 nights All Inclusive
Another Europe Holiday

from £ 950.00 per person
plus flights from £ 100.00
based on 2 people sharing



4-
5 Days BRIEF ENCOUNTER
Pint-Size Dracula
Cluj -Targu Mures/ Cluj


£ 250.00-£ 375.00 per person
subject to your group size
plus flights from
£ 100.00 per person
with Wizz - Luton to Cluj/
Targu Mures - Luton



4 Days BRIEF ENCOUNTER
Weekend Dracula
from Cluj

£ 250.00-£ 425.00 per person
subject to your group size
plus flights from
£ 100.00 per person
with Wizz - Luton to Cluj



4 Days BRIEF ENCOUNTER
R
ealm of Vlad the Impaler
Escorted trom Bucharest

£ 350.00 - £ 700.00 per person
subject to your group size
plus flights from
£ 125.00 per person
from UK to Bucharest



Ultimate Halloween
Another Europe

Jonathan Harker Trail
Cluj-Bistrita-Borgo Pass-Sighisoara
+ Another Europe Halloween
Prices on request

SEE BELOW FOR SUMMARY
or BESPOKE DRACULA &
BRIEF ENCOUNTERS
pages for full details



Ultimate Halloween
Touch of Class

Jonathan Harker Trail
Cluj-Bistrita-Borgo Pass-Sighisoara
+ Touch of Class Halloween
28.10 - 3.11 or 5.11.2011

7 days/ 6 nights - £ 624.00
9 days/ 8 nights - £ 795.00
prices per person and
based on 2 sharing
Excludes Flights



The Dracula Trail
- FICTION -


"Borgo" (Bargau ) Pass
Hotel Castel Dracula
Jonathan Harker's Journey
(Carriage ride to Castel Dracula)
Bistrita ("Bistritz")
"Golden Krone Inn"
(Hotel Coroana de Aur)
Cluj ("Klausenburg")
Bran Castle




The Dracula Trail
- FACT -


Bucharest
(Curtea Veche)
Targoviste
(Princely Court /
Chindia Tower)
Curtea de Arges
Arefu
Poienari Castle Ruins
Sighisoara (Schässburg)
Brasov
(Tampa Hill)
Fagaras
Snagov


The novel begins with the journey of Jonathan Harker, a naive English lawyer dispatched to Transylvania to finalise the deeds on the sale of a property in London for the Count. He journeys from Budapest to Cluj, then onwards to Bistritz (Bistrita) by train. There, he stays at the Golden Krone Hotel before travelling up the "Borgo Pass" to Castle Dracula despite warnings to the contrary. Although Stoker had never been to Transylvania the locations used are real and his discriptions surprisingly accurate.

Stoker describes the orchards of Bistritz then "beyond the green swelling hills of the Mittel Land rose mighty slopes of forest up to the lofty peaks of the Carpathians themselves". In our opinion the remote "Borgo" Pass is one of the most beautiful places in Romania - the dark forests, the peaks of the Bargau, Caliman, Suhard and Rodnei mountains and yes, in the autumn and winter the night air is filled with the chilling howls of the wolves, and in winter the snow is betrays their tracks! We offer you the unique experience of travelling up the pass by horse and cart, a four hour journey following cart tracks through wolf-infested forest up to the plateau of the Borgo Pass.

Views of the Borgo Pass and Caliman Mountains

Dracula: Vlad the Impaler - Prince of Wallachia

Stoker drew his inspiration from a number of sources but following his discovery of a pamphlet about the 15th century Prince of Wallachia - Vlad Dracula - his vampire count gained an identity.

Vlad was born in Sighisoara in Transylvania in 1431 - the house where he was allegedly born still stands today and now contains a restaurant. He lived during a time of great conflict. Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Empire of the Turks in 1453 and his father joined the Order of Dragon - a union of eastern and central European rulers - to repel further expansion.

Years were spent as a hostage of the Turks before Vlad took the throne of Wallachia in Targoviste and attempted to rid his country of subservience to the Turks. Knowledge gained from captivity enabled him to use terror tactics against wayward landlords to gain obedience and against the Turks who attempted to invade Wallachia and capture him. Dracula means "Son of the Devil", and this nickname, in addition to "the Impaler", were soon applied to Vlad.

On one occasion they were repulsed by the sight of a forest of the victims of a previous invasion impaled outside the capital Targoviste. He was later deposed by his brother, who sided with the Turks and he fled from his castle in the gorge of the Arges at Poienari, aided by the villagers of Arefu, across the mountains to Transylvania, where he was sheltered for while in the mountain castle of "Königstein"(Piatra Craiului), now a ruin above the Rucar Pass

Vlad returned to the throne of Wallachia only to be murdered a few months later. His decapitated remains were buried at Snagov Monastery near Bucharest, which he had once partly converted into a prison. The capital itself was first recorded during the time of his first reign when he built a citadel there.



Dracula:
Nicolae Ceausescu - the Dictator

Vlad the Impaler fell from grace and was largely ignored by history until the regime of the late Communist Dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu used his exploits against 'foreign enemies' in their patriotic propaganda to promote their Nationalist ideals. meanwhile, Ceausescu himself was increasingly vilified and likened to both Vlad and the fictional Count Dracula due to his horrendous abuse of human rights during his so called 'Epoque of Light'.

Click here to find out more about CEAUSESCU and the repressive Communist regime in Romania.






Transylvania: Superstition and Supernatural Inspiration

There is far more to Transylvania than Dracula, but the reason for this fascination and the association of the name Transylvania with horror, is perhaps not surprising. The image many people have when they think of 'Transylvaania' is of a remote mountainous land of rugged mountains, dark forests, and perhaps a few castles or mediaeval towns of gingerbread houses, cobbled squares, towers and turrets. It s a romantic image but one which is based on truth. Transylvania is a far way, almost mythical, place for many of us. It is a region or high mountains and immense forests, a region with a great history of invasions and settlement, or fortified towns and villages, castles and caves. And it has those archetypal mediaeval towns like Sighisoara and Sibiu, places which are reminiscent of the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm. Add to this the mix of peasant superstitions, legends from the crusades such as the story of Vlad the Impaler, gold mines, and a healthy population of wolves and bears and you have the perfect mix. It is therefore little wonder that writers such as Bram Stoker, who researched Transylvania from the confort of the British Museum, were inspired to write stories such as Dracula. Here we have listed a selection of places that have been settngs in stories, that have inspired them, or that are simply spooky

Baile Herculane: The Roman Baths of Hercules, sometimes said to be the origin of the Golden Fleece (The Iron Gates of the Danube were the 'clashing rocks')
Balea Lac: this lake, high in the Fagaras Mountains, is supposed to be the home of the Scholomancers, the Devils' students.
Bargau Mountains: Liviu Rebreanu's 'Hanging Forest'
Bistrita (Bistritz): the location of the Golden Krone Inn - the opening of Stoker's Novel
Borgo (Bargau) Pass: the wolf-infested plateau that is the setting for Count Dracula's Castle; the frontier between Transylvania and Moldova
Ceahlau: the Magic Mountain of the Dacian Gods
Colt Castle: this ruin in the Retezat Mountains, near Hateg, was the setting of "Caste in the Carpathians" by Jules Verne
Durau: the ruins of the 'Palace of the Princes' at the foot of Mt Ceahlau ('Magic Mountain') was the inspiration for several ghost stories by Alexandre Dumas, such as the 'Pale Lady'
Ghencea Cemetery (Bucharest): not for the faint hearted after dark
Lugoj: home of Bela Lugosi, the actor who first made Dracula famous on the silver screen
Poienari: the castle of Vlad the Impaler, high above the Arges Gorge
Sighisoara: the perfect fairytale Transylvanian town, and birthplace of the real Dracula
Snagov: the island monastery where the headless corpse of Dracula is said to be buried
Varghis Canyon - Vargyas (Hungarian) or Almasch (German): a series of bat-infested caves north-east of Sighisoara from which the Pied Piper emerged with the children of Hamelin

Transylvania also has a fascinating folklore of local superstitions, perpetuated by the peaqsants in mountain villages. Beliefs include Strigoi (corporeal ghosts which can transform into animals or fireflies), Zine (spirits), Forest Maidens (beautiful spirits which seduce woodsmen and shepherds and steal their souls in the forests of northern Transylvania and Maramures, and even Werewolves! For more information try to find a copy of Andrew Mackenzie's 'Dracula Country'.






WARNING ABOUT BOOKING DRACULA TOURS ON THE INTERNET

If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is! We strongly recommend that you book your travel arrangements through a reliable, fully licensed travel agent or tour operator. You should always check ATOL licenses and bonding arrangements or travel trust schemes before booking, and you should take out adequate travel insurance. We recommend TRAVEL COUNSELLORS in the UK, Netherlands, USA, and Australia because they have unparalleled financial protection, work with a wide range of quality, fully licensed tour operators such as Cox & Kings and Sunvil, in addition to local ground operators. Their consultants also provide a superb personal service. However, there are, of course, plenty of reliable alternatives.

Please take care if booking directly with hotels or operators in Romania advertising on the web. Some of them are unlicensed or uninsured. Travel is a unique commodity because you part with your money before you receive the service. This is why it is strictly regulated and legitimate agents and operators invest heavily in licenses, bonding schemes and trust accounts where monies are held back from suppliers until you have completed your holiday. Therefore, you as a traveller are protected. It is also important to note that ATOL licenses, unlike travel trust schemes, will only cover full packages booked under one licence. For example, if you book your flights direct on the internet, then book your accommodation through a travel agency, you would not be covered under their ATOL license.

By booking direct over the internet you are always taking a risk unless you have a personal recommendation or are able to check out the operator or hotel in question. Check for a registered address, evidence of licenses and financial protection, bank account details (not only PayPal), and a fixed, rather than mobile telephone number, and for independent reviews or recommendations. We have highlighted specific problems where we have come across them. Common complaints are hotels (especially on the Black Sea) which take reservations but cancel them if a higher paying client or group comes along. Other complaints include surcharges levied on arrival, hotels that have been overbooked, transfers in unroadworthy vehicles or with dangerous drivers, and tours that so not turn out to be as advertised. Remember, Romania is a huge country. One Romanian internet company is currently advertising a Dracula Tour which finishes with a day driving from Bucovina to Bucharest via the Danube Delta and the Black Sea ... impossible, even with the fastest, most dangerous driver! So please take time to research before booking to avoid disappointment. If you are concerned about a particuar tour or operator, you can check with the Romanian Embassy or Tourist Office to find out if they are genuine.


NOTE: If you have more than a passing interest in Dracula and Transylvania, there are several Dracula Societies in the UK and USA, including the Dracula Society, London Vampyre Society and the Ghost Club. They often organise excellent Dracula themed holidays for their members in Transylvania, and beyond. For example to the castles of the Czech Republic and Slovakia including that of the infamous Elizabeth Bathori, the 'Blood Countess' at Cachtice.



Dracula Collection: Holiday Suggestions 2014

BeyondtheForest has been researching, designing and even organising Dracula themed holidays for groups and individuals for more than twelve years. The following short breaks have been designed to be incorporated into your Romania holiday or can be taken as stand alone holidays. Prices are quoted without flights for flexibility. They can be organised as links in longer itineraries or as stand alone holidays, for example in conjunction with WIZZ flights to Cluj or Targu Mures. A typical trail visiting Bistrita, the Borgo Pass and Sighisoara would work very well with a flight to Cluj, returning from Targu Mures. Please note these are examples - they can be extended or moodified as required. They can also be tailored as group tours or even incentives or treasure trails for clubs or businesses.

All holidays shown are suggestions and prices are estimated and will vary according to actual accommodation and numbers.
Please contact our recommended travel agents for your own tailor-made itinerary, quotations and to book all services
You can find additional information about itineraries and background on both the real abd fictional Dracula on our dedicated 'Dracula' pages (link above)




(A). BRIEF ENCOUNTERS: SEMI-INDEPENDENT SHORT-BREAKS

1. Pint-Size Dracula (Clij - Targu Mures or Cluj)
(4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS – Available throughout the year)
FURTHER DETAILS

This itinerary has been designed to be combined with the excellent value WIZZ AIR flights from Luton to Cluj, and back from Targu Mures. It follows in the footsteps of Jonathan Harker in Stoker's Novel, journeying from Cluj to Bistrita (Bistritz) where a night is spent in the 'Golden Krone' hotel before taking the long journey to the Count's Castle in the remote Borgo Pass. This includes a 4 hour horse and cart ride through the forests to reach the pass summit where you will stay at Hotel Castle Dracula. You continue by road through the lovely Transylvanian highlands to the mediaeval town of Sighisoara before transferring to Targu Mures for the evening Wizz flight back to Luton. P{lenty of scope for variations including returning by train to Cluj for an extra night in Transylvania.

GUIDELINE PRICES FROM: £ 225.00 - £ 375.00 per person, excluding flights
Lower prices based on a group of eight people sharing twin/ double rooms, and subject to availability
Note: this is the basic 'Pint Size' - why not build your itinerary up to a 'Quart' or even a 'Gallon' with extra nights in Cluj, Bistrita, Castel Dracula or Sighisoara?p[|


2. Weekend Dracula (ex Cluj)
(4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS – Available throughout the year)
FURTHER DETAILS

A short Dracula break which works with the Wizz flights to Cluj. This follows the trail through Bistrita, up the Borgo Pass by horse and cart to Hotel Castle Dracula, then back to Cluj for a final overnighrt.

GUIDELINE RICES FROM: £ 225.00 - £ 425.00 per person, excluding flights
Lower prices based on a group of eight people sharing twin/ double rooms, and subject to availability
Extra days can be added,


3. Dracula: Realm of Vlad the Impaler (ex Bucharest)
(4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS – Available throughout the year)
FURTHER DETAILS

This itinerary traces the legend of the real Dracula - Vlad the Impaler, from the city of Bucharest into his realm of Wallachia and the beautiful southern Carpathians. You visit the ruins of his real castle, at Poienari, perched high on a precipice above the Arges gorge, then crossinto Transylvania to visit Brasov, Bran Castle and the mediaeval citadel of Sighisoara where he was born. This is a personal escorted tour with a professional English speaking guide

PRICES FROM: £ 375.00 - £ 750.00 per person, excluding flights
Lower prices based on a group of eight people sharing twin/ double rooms, and subject to availability
Extra days can be added,




(B). BESPOKE DRACULA:
TAILOR-MADE DRACULA HOLIDAYS

We can create a wide variety of tailor-made tours for travellers who would like a degree of independence. The "Jonathan Harker Trail" is a flexible, tailor-made tour designed for individuals or small groups, featuring an ascent by horse-drawn caleche up to the "Borgo" Pass summit and Hotel Castel Dracula, the Painted Monasteries and Sighisoara. It can be extended or otherwise modified to meet your needs. Please contact us for further details. An example itinerary follows below:
See also our BRIEF ENCOUNTER section for a selection of bespoke short break ideas


SAMPLE ITINERARIES

1. Beauty & the Beast (ex Bucharest)
(7 DAYS / 8 NIGHTS – Available throughout the year)
FURTHER DETAILS

This itinerary starts in Bucharest with a 1st Class rail journey to the region of Bucovina in the far north of the country. Take a personal guided tour of the Painted monasteries then travel west through the Carpathians to pick up the Jonathan Harker trail, a unique journey by horse and cart following tracks through wolf-infested forest to reach Hotel Castle Dracula on the Borgo Pass. Travel onwards into the heart of Transylvania to pick up the domains of Vlad Dracula, staying in the mediaeval citadel of Sighisoara, where he was born. You spend a further two nights in Brasov near to Bran Castle before returning to Bucharest by road or train for your flight home.

Prices on request


2. Jonathan Harker PLUS + Another Europe (ex Cluj)
(11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS – Available throughout the year)
FURTHER DETAILS

This itinerary has been designed to be combined with the excellent value WIZZ AIR flights from Luton to Cluj in northern Transylvania. The first part follows in the footsteps of Jonathan Harker in Stoker's Novel, journeying from Cluj to Bistrita (Bistritz) where a night is spent in the 'Golden Krone' hotel before taking the long journey to the Count's Castle in the remote Borgo Pass. This inscludes a 4 hour horse and cart ride through the forests to reach the pass summit where you will stay at Hotel Castle Dracula. You continue by road through the lovely Transylvanian highlands to the mediaeval town of Sighisoara. You then transfer to the old Saxon village of Cisnadioara near Sibiu for a 7 night fully inclusive holiday in teh heart of Transylvania. Here, there are a wide range of activities and excursions which can include many of the other Dracula sites such as Bran Castle, Poienari or Brasov. The last night is spent in the old cultural capital of Cluj before catching your flight home.

Prices on Request




Dracula Collection: Ultimate Halloween 2014

A wide range of holidays can be tailored for groups or individuals for Halloween. However, early bookinmg is essential due to limited availabilty of accommodation and venues in several popular places. The following are a selection of our scheduled HALLOWEEN TOURS for 2011. Full details cann be found on our dedicated Halloween pages.




OPTION 1: ULTIMATE HALLOWEEN: ANOTHER EUROPE

FURTHER DETAILS

DAY 1-3: Jonathan Harker Trail from Cluj via Bistrita and Hotel Castel Dracula to Sighisoara
DAY 4 - 7 or 9: Another Europe inclusive Halloween holiday; ends in Targu Mures for flight to Luton

Activities for this Halloween break include:

  • Evening walk up to the citadel with lanterns then Halloween party and bonfire in the orchard
  • Visit the beautiful, historic city of Sibiu, Hermannstadt to the Saxon Transylvanian, which was European City of Culture in 2007
  • Evening Ghost Walk in old Sibiu
  • Full day excursion to see the impressive Corvinesti Castle at Hunedoara, Romania's greatest fortress
  • Evening wolf hike; a walk through the dark forests of the Cindrel Mountains to listen for the howling of wolves (not for the fainthearted)
  • All meals included plus local wines and beers


PRICES ON REQUEST





OPTION 2: ULTIMATE HALLOWEEN: TOUCH OF CLASS

FURTHER DETAILS

DAY 1-3: Jonathan Harker Trail from Cluj via Bistrita and Hotel Castel Dracula to Sighisoara
DAY 4 - 7 or 9: Touch of Class inclusive Halloween holiday; ends in Targu Mures for flight to Luton

Activities for this Halloween break will include:

  • Halloween party with music and dancers and a bonfire in front of the old manor
  • Visit to Bran Castle (the fake Dracula castle), Dracula theme bazaar at Bran and the historic city of Brasov
  • Visit to the Saxon village of Viscri (Deutschweisskirch) with its impressive fortress church
  • Visit to the Almasch caves where the Pied Piper reputedly emerged with the children of Hamelin to populate Transylvania with flaxen-haired, blue-eyed German-speaking folk.
  • All meals and activitoies; local wine served with meals


PRICES ON REQUEST






OPTION 3: ULTIMATE HALLOWEEN: SIGHISOARA

From 28.11.2011
FURTHER DETAILS

DAY 1-3: Jonathan Harker Trail from Cluj via Bistrita and Hotel Castel Dracula to Sighisoara
DAY 4 -5: Extra night in Sighisoara; ends in Targu Mures

PRICES ON REQUEST







CLICK HERE for our NEW 'Another Europe' HALLOWEEN adventure and 'Jonathan Harker' Trail: experience Halloween as a short break in Cisnadioara or start out with the trail to seek outthe mythical Count Dracula in mysterious northern Transylvania. A horse and cart takes you up forest and cart tracks, climbing deeper and deeper into the Carpathians, to arrive at Hotel Castel Dracula on the Borgo Pass. Risk a night in this remote place before continuing through the Transylvanian Highlands to Sighisoara, birthplace of Vald the Impaler - the real Dracula. Overnight in one of the historic hotels in the romantic walled, citadel then join our special 'Another Europe' break for a Halloween party starting with a lantern lit trail to the historic citadel then a bonfire in the orchards. Additional activities include a full day excursion to the spectacular Corvinesti fortress at Hunedoara, and a ghost walk through mediaeval Sibiu. Book now as places are limited.











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