2 Nights Bucharest Holiday

Starting from £169pp

Your Holiday Itinerary


Day 1

Begin Your Bucharest Holiday

  • Fly from the UK to Romania
  • Check in to the Hotel of your preference.
  • Unpack and start your tour in the city of Bucharest with plenty to explore.
Day 1

Day 2

Dracula’s Castle Tour

  • Start with having your morning breakfast at the hotel.
  • Enjoy tours in Bucharest, Dracula’s Castle, Peles Castle and old town of Brasov from Bucharest.
  • You can add more tour in the city of Bucharest.
  • Enjoy your stay in the capital city of Romania.
Day 2

Day 3

Departing from Bucharest

  • Start with having your morning breakfast at the hotel.
  • Start packing for your return from Bucharest, Romania to the UK.
  • That’s an unforgettable Dark Holiday!
Day 3

Tour Highlights

Additional Info

Book with £50 Deposit

No PCR Required

24 Months Installment Plans

FREE Date Change

ATOL Protected (12116)

Holiday to Bucharest FAQ

Bucharest, in general,  is a very safe city to visit, especially when compared to some of the other major cities in Europe. The risks of any violent crimes are very low. However, you should keep in mind that there are chances of encountering minor incidents such as pickpocketing during your holiday to Bucharest. Pickpocketing is one of the most common dangers for tourists in Bucharest as well as around the world and can be avoided easily if you are mindful of your surroundings.

Bucharest is a great holiday destination all year round. However, spring, early summer, and early autumn are the best times to go on holiday to Bucharest. That is during the months of April, May, June, September and October. Summer in Bucharest which is during the months of July and August can be quite hot. These two months are also the peak holiday months with temperatures going up to about 35°C.

Bucharest, Romania’s capital city is filled with many different things to see, visit and explore. You will easily need approximately five to seven days in Bucharest if you are planning on exploring every corner and uncovering all its gems. However, if you are on a tight schedule and don’t have that much time on your holiday to Bucharest, two full days will be enough to visit the most iconic and must-visit places in this city.

  • The Old Town
  • Palace of the Parliament
  • Romanian Athenaeum
  • Stavropoleos Church
  • Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum
  • National Museum of Romanian History
  • Arcul de Triumf
  • Revolution Square

The famous Dracula’s Castle is situated close to 200km away from Bucharest. It would roughly take about 2 hours and 40 minutes to reach there if you drive or take a taxi.

There are five ways to get from Bucharest to Bran Castle.

  • Driving to Bran Castle.
    It takes close to 3 hours to drive from Bucharest to Bran Castle. The major advantage of driving there is that you are not constrained by time. Thus, you are able to enjoy sightseeing around the castle freely.


  • Taking a train from Bucharest to Bran Castle.
    You can take the Brașov train route from the North Railway Station in Bucharest. The train journey would take around 3.5 hours. From there you must take a short bus or taxi ride to Bran Castle. This method of transportation is considerably cheap and you are also able to enjoy the beauty all around.


  • Taking the bus from Bucharest to Bran Castle.
    The bus journey from Bucharest to Bran Castle takes about 5 - 6 hours. There are seven bus services that operate weekly to Bran Castle from Bucharest. However, the schedules may vary during the weekend and holidays.


  • Taking a taxi from Bucharest to Bran Castle.
    This is one of the fastest ways of getting to Bran Castle from Bucharest. The drive would take close to 3 hours, similar to driving there. The major advantage of taking a taxi is that you are able to manage your own time and not be restricted by it. However, it should be noted that this is one of the more expensive methods of transportation from Bucharest to Bran Castle.


  • Booking a Dracula Castle Tour.
    Choosing a travel agency to handle all your bookings, from transportation to the entrance ticket to Bran Castle is one of the best options. This would take away the stress of making necessary arrangements as everything will be taken care of, allowing you to fully enjoy the experience. Added to that, you will be escorted by a professional guide and you won’t have to stand in line to enter either.

Dracula Castle is well worth the visit because of its compact fortress that stands high on a little hill and its beautiful courtyard and picturesque scenery. You will be shown almost all of the castle from the grounds, around the rooms, up and down flights of stairs and on to the roofs. The castle which is a museum itself is the perfect place to learn more about the ‘real-life Dracula’.

  • You might be charged a photo fee. However, it is well worth it as this majestic castle is filled with beauty and history.
  • Take a good camera with you. Some of the rooms inside Dracula castle will be too dark and may pose a challenge when trying to capture the perfect picture.
  • You will need at least 45 minutes – 1 hour if on a self-guided tour, to take in the beauty and history of this castle.
  • Keep in mind that the balcony views are the best.
  • Try to avoid visiting during summer as there will be giant crowds during this time.

Book your holidays now

Call 0203 983 9653, to speak to a travel consultant

Fly Now Pay Later Logo

REG NO. 12151309

Our Location

4 Byfield Court Station Road,
West Horndon, Brentwood,
England, CM13 3TZ, United Kingdom

Contact Us

Our Location

4 Byfield Court Station Road,
West Horndon, Brentwood,
England, CM13 3TZ, United Kingdom

Contact Us

We Accept

We accept cards



You're Almost there !

    Type Holiday
    How Long
    Hotel Type
    Star Rating

    Make a FREE reservation!

    (24 Hours Validity)

    • Lock your Fare
    • No prepayment needed
    • No credit card needed

      Ticket Type
      Cabin Class