Day trip to Bran, Rasnov, Harman & Prejmer

Bran Castle

Brasov - Bran Castle - Rasnov Fortress - Harman - Prelmer - Brasov. In this escorted small-group day trip we invite you to discover four astonishing places: Bran Castle, Rasnov Fortress and two of the oldest and beautiful fortified churches of Romania! Witness the fairy tale castle Bran and the mysterious Rasnov Fortress. You don't want to miss these Romanian gems, so spoil yourself with a wonderful day tour you will always remember!

Small group day tour from Brasov.

Skip-the-line access to Bran Castle.

Picturesque drive through authentic rural area.

Fascinating tales of Vlad the Impaler and Bran Castle.

Discover the truth behind the legends! Experience magnificent scenery of the Carpathians Mountains. E

Explore the most beautiful fortified churches with an expert guide.

See the beautiful location of Rasnov Fortress. Taste the local food in Bran village

Rasnov Fortress

One of our most popular, this escorted day tour will show you some of the most beautiful fortified churches from Transylvania: Prejmer and Harman fortified churches. Visit Bran Castle and the imposing Rasnov Fortress! This journey delivers history and natural beauty and combines all the must-see attractions of Brasov area.

Prejmer Fortified Church

The Teutonic Knights constructed the fortress Tartlau in 1212-1213 as part of their colonization of the Burzenland region. The town of Prejmer near the castle had begun development by 1225, and was the eastern-most settlement of the Transylvanian Saxons. Prejmer is noted for its fortified church, one of the best preserved of its kind in Eastern Europe and is UNESCO world heritage.

Harman Fortified Church

Harman Church dates back to 1240. The history of the Harman fortress is linked to the presence of the Teutonic Knights in Barsa in the first decades of the thirteenth century, in Feldioara, Prejmer, Rasnov, and Sanpetru. The first document that names the settlement dates from March 21, 1240, 15 years after the expulsion of the Teutonic Knights from this territory.

Bran Castle

Commonly known as "Draculas Castle", it is marketed as the home of the titular character in Bram Stokers Dracula and there are persistent myths that it was once the home of Vlad Tepes, ruler of Wallachia. Visit Bran Castle and discover the truth behind the legends! On the approach to Bran village, while the castle appears through the mist like something out of a fairytale, it will quickly become clear as to why this magnificent castle is the most well-known castle in the world.