Kismet Dao's 3 in 1 Day Tour!

Kismet Dao invites you to take advantage of our hassle-free all-day tour of the three most popular attractions near Brasov: Dracula’s Castle in Bran, the Royal Palace in Sinaia and the Rasnov fortress.

Do in 1 day what you would do in 2 days by yourself!

For only 90 lei/person for unguided tour (please note, entrance tickets are not included) you are picked up at the hostel by your private driver, dropped off at each location and brought back safe and sound! On request, we can also drop you off at the train station, in the center or even Sinaia, if you are making your way to Bucharest that day.

You get plenty of time to explore each place, take lots of photos and in the peak season you will also have a guide, who is willing to share interesting stories and answer any curiosities you might have!

We generally start at Rasnov, a medieval fortress perched on a hill, still standing after about 800 years, to tell interesting Transylvanian legends; we continue with our (in)famous Dracula and his 'crib' - Bran Castle; and the cherry on top is Peles Palace, our first king's 'baby'...prepare to be dazzled! Half way through the tour, you will have some time to grab a quick snack and also purchase 'must have' tacky Dracula souvenirs!

For any other details, please ask reception! And if you'd like to join, make sure to sign up at the front desk!

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