- Be collected from a main pick up point and driven to Râșnov Citadel in a private car
- Look for the skeleton buried beneath a glass floor in the museum, hidden behind the fortress's ancient walls
- See one of Transylvania's archeological highlights at your own pace and explore secret corridors, maze-like rooms and other historical artifacts
Dracula's legacy lives on at Râșnov Citadel, a Transylvanian architectural wonder with hidden extras to explore. Be driven to this rocky hilltop fortress and feel history come to life in a village first built by Teutonic Knights as protection against invading Tartars!
Maze-like hallways, secret passages, ancient walls and buried skeletons, fire damage, earthquakes and invasions - Râșnov Citadel is the perfect setting for some Gothic Horror.
Or, in your case, a delightfully charming daytime visit!
Show your pass and be driven to the Citadel in a private car. Then get fast-track entrance! See what was once home to over 30 houses, a school and a chapel, with a defensive system spanning nine huge towers, two bastions and a drawbridge.
Will you sniff out the skeleton buried beneath the museum's glass floor?
- Entrance to Râșnov Citadel
- Free transport from the ticket redemption point to the Citadel (if required)
- Bus from the ticket redemption point to the Citadel
- Please note you must first go to the Transylvanian Wonders office in the village of Bran, about 10km from the Citadel, and have your smartphone voucher scanned by the staff to receive your ticket. Open daily from 09:00 to 18:00
- Then proceed to the Citadel either with your own car, or have the supplier take you directly from the office to the Citadel - this is a free and Tiqets-exclusive service. There are also retro buses in service, tickets costs 70 cents
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
Getting to the Ticket Redemption Point (Transylvanian Wonders Office)
Bus terminal 2 in Brasov provides regular rides between Brasov and Bran - Moeciu and return trips, with departures every 30 minutes, and at every hour during weekends.
First officially documented in 1331, Râșnov Citadel was designed as a well-protected place of refuge. It was only forced to surrender once, in 1612, when nosy invaders sniffed out the secret route for getting water supplies inside!