Fun activities for a family | Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is the perfect destination for a family vacation, as it has to offer many fun activities for all ages. First of all, daily boat trips can take you almost anywhere in this charming water landscape, depending on what you choose to do. Second of all, every day there is something new to learn about or discover if you have never been on a river’s delta before: bird watching, catch and release fishing, safari tours in sandy forests and adventure travel on narrow water channels. Above all else, the food is fantastic, especially for fish connoisseurs. Amid the local recipes, some of the most delicious are Sturgeon borscht, Pike caviar, grilled Scomber and Carp in spicy brine sauce. So we went on a trip to Danube Delta and enjoyed a lot of fun activities for a family of four.

Fishing and boat trips with your kids

As a mother of two, a 7-year-old boy and a 9-year-old girl, I wondered what they would do in the Danube Delta all day long? The answer came in the morning we arrived. Having seen the fish rods of other tourists, they asked if they could try it. My kids have never gone fishing before, but in the Danube Delta, this was their most beloved activity. They stayed near the water for hours to wait for a fish. When the fish bit the hook, they were so happy!

fun activities for a family fishing
Children fishing in the Danube Delta

Another activity I strongly recommend when visiting the Danube Delta is a boat trip. Although boats travel pretty fast, on some of the water channels and when encountering other ships, the driver needs to limit the speed and break the waves. Kids can quickly fall asleep on a long trip, as my son did after just one hour of cruising the Danube Delta, so I suggest finding a route that does not take more than two or three hours. My children were so happy to spot different species of birds they have never seen before:

– Look, mom! There is a pelican! And another one there! My son wholeheartedly broke out.

Fun activities for a family at the Aquarium

After taking a peek at all those new birds and plants: reed, water lilies, water willows, white locust trees, I hinted at a visit to the Aquarium or Danube Delta Nature Science Museum in Tulcea.

fun activities for a family aquarium
Kids at the Aquarium in Tulcea

It was one of the most inspired activities we had in Tulcea, and I thoroughly recommend it for a family with children. The museum has a collection of all the birds and plants we had already seen in the Danube Delta wildlife. My kids recognized them all, but they also learned more details about the Danube Delta life on and under water. In addition to a typical fish hatchery, the big surprise for them was the large Dolphin aquarium and the colorful exotic fish water tank.

Kids will be very thrilled to watch Nemo and Dolli swimming in the aquarium.

Finally, the most delicious fish soup my family and I have ever tasted had been cooked here, in Danube Delta and we love to eat fish. For some, this could be one of the most unforgettable fun activities for a family in the Danube Delta.

fun activities for a family sunset
Danube Delta sunset

Sunsets in Danube Delta are spectacular, and my children fell in love with them.

Martisor Romania 1 of March Celebration

Martisor Romania is a Spring celebration held on the first day of March. It is an old tradition; people still preserve all over Romania. Mărțișor [mərt͡siˈʃor] which derives from the Romanian word for March (Martie) is a kind of trinket or amulet. The little Mărțișor includes a silky red-white thread (șnur) tied into a bow to which a small toy is attached.

Thus, the red color refers to the essence of life, and the white one refers to infinite wisdom. If you combine the two of them, the result is a symbolic exchange of two vital forces.Martisor Romania

Martisor Romania and its Tradition

In the first place, men offer these symbolic presents to women from 1 March until 8th of March together with flowers and some wishes for having a happy springtime. Everyone says that those who wear these Mărțișor gifts for the entirety of March they will have luck and a prosperous year.

Besides, in the countryside, people used to celebrate Mărțisor by hanging a red and white string at the gate, window, cattle’s horn and shed to protect against evil spirits and to invoke nature’s regenerative power.

No wonder Mărțișor Romania’s celebration has ancient roots. According to archaeological research, the Mărțișor traced its history more than 8,000 years ago. Although some ethnologists believe that the Mărțișor celebration has Roman origins, others support the theory that it is an old Dacian tradition.

Furthermore, in the old times, Mărțișor was an accessory with small river pebbles, colored in white and red, stringed on a thread and worn around the neck. Wearing them like that was supposed to bring good luck and good weather, from March 1 until the first trees would bloom. When the first trees are in blossom, the Mărțișoare hang on tree branches.

Martisor Wishes:

Martisor RomaniaWe wish you a happy Mărțișor Day and a fantastic spring!

A small Mărțișor and a snowdrop I give you for you to know that spring is here. It is time to smile!

I wish you a spring full of energy, excitement, and joy!

The white thread is health, and the red one is prosperity. May together form a crown of success and joy for you!

Enjoy the sun and the beautiful days of Spring and welcome Mărțișor in your life!

For more of Romania’s folklore, traditions and superstitions, follow The Adventures of Kiara Yew.

Dracula Night in Transylvania

Dracula Night | Accommodation 

A Dracula Night experience can be found on Airbnb nowadays. It’s an experience one can never forget for sure. It all happens at Bran Castle (Castelul Bran in the Romanian language), in Transylvania Romania. This is the same castle as the one that inspired Bram Stoker novel.

Dracula Night

Walking in the forests around the castle, sleeping in a coffin, eating the same food as Dracula did, hearing the howling wolves around this magic place. All of this is now possible due to some people that made this possible.

Dacre Stoker, Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew, will answer your knock on the castle’s imposing wooden doors. He will be your host for the night and resident expert on Transylvanian lore.

Would you want to spend Halloween in the castle which inspired the legend of Dracula in deepest Transylvania?

That is precisely what more than 80,000 people have applied to do via the accommodation website, Airbnb.

Dracula Night Dinner Dracula Night Coffin

Dracula night experience is held on the night of 31st October to early morning the 1st of November, on Halloween Night. An unusual and magic night that now takes you back in time and space precisely in the Transylvania woods.

Therefore it wouldn’t be entirely magic if there were not some secret doors and secret stairs. And here they are!

Dracula Night Secret Tunnel

A secret passage on the first floor leads to the grand dining room where an intimate candlelit dinner will await, prepared as accurately as described in Bram Stoker’s novel. Following the hearty, blood-enriching meal, you will be invited to bed in luxurious velvet-trimmed coffins in the seclusion of the Count’s crypt.

So, dear friend pack your things and come in Transylvania! Dracula night experience now exists!

I am sure that this is just the beginning of new adventures.

Dracula Night House Rules

Not to forget, here are some rules of Dracula’s castle you should know before coming:

  • No garlic or garlic-scented items allowed
  •  You are kindly requested to leave your silver jewelry at home
  • Do not cross the cutlery. In fact, please refrain from placing anything in a cross formation
  • Beware of the bats in the castle tower
  • Please close all curtains before sunrise
  • The count is not a fan of mirror selfies

So, here you can find some hints for a night at the castle.

Check out some other experiences of Dracula night here.

Maramures Giants Legend

Maramures Giants illustrationThe Maramures Giants (Legenda uriașilor in Romanian) is a Romanian folklore legend. Here you will find a beautiful saga about the last family of giants that lived on earth.

The legends say that in the ancient history of our planet, different creatures lived and then they came to their extinction. It is said that one of the species were the giants. In the cultures of many countries, it is assumed that they lived on Earth just before the humans did. They were not as bright as the humans and that there was a great flood that destroyed the majority of them. They have built underground tunnels where they survived for an extended period.

Maramures legends say that one of the last known families of the Giants lived in the North of Transylvania, in the Valley of Iza.

Maramures Giants | The story of the last giants on Earth

Long ago, there was an old man with his daughter.

They wanted to live separated from other species on Earth, so they retired in the deepest forest so nobody could see them again. The Giants enjoyed life there. They were very good connoisseurs of plants and mushrooms. They used them as their food and their medicines as well.

One day, Rosalia, the giant daughter went down the Iza river to look after mushrooms. In that day, she wandered more than she usually did. And guess what? On a meadow, she met some little beings looking as she did but much smaller. She took them in her hands and dashed to her wise father to show him the strange things that she has just discovered.

Maramures Giants in the sunset“Father!  Look what little and sweet toys I’ve found in my rambling today!”

Her father smiled mysteriously and replied “Rosalia, these beings that you have found are not toys at all!” Suddenly he became serious.

“They are the ones that will live on this planet from now on!

You know that we are a few giant families still living. Our species will disappear together with us!” So, he walked away sadly.

Rosalia didn’t like at all what her father just told her!

She took the humans back to the meadow where she found them, and she started to follow them. She was very curious about their habits, occupations, and nourishment. How did their species survive and hers not?

Among these humans, there was a man that looked very brave and nice. He loved to ride horses, to watch birds and all the animals used to gather around him. Rosalia fell in love with him at first sight.

Maramures Giants and humans together

As the days were passing, an idea became more apparent. One day, Rosalia went to her father and told him about the new thought that mastered her.

“Father, you know the little toys that I’ ve found. There is one human that took my mind! I would like to marry him and have kids with him, and in this way, our species will continue to live as well. I need your help!”

Her father smiled. He was very happy with the courage of his daughter.

She continued “You must make me smaller and him bigger so that we can become a couple!”

Her father knew from his giant ancestors the secrets of plants and how to mix them so to become magic.

The next day, he went into the thick forest to look after secret plants that will help the metamorphosis. He came after a few days, and he started to boil and prepare his potions saying different magic words to them. Then he poured the mysterious drink on Rosalia and the tiny man.

The magic happened, and Rosalia became almost as small as a human and the man became a little taller just enough to match Rosalia.

They got married and had children. The other giants disappeared except Rosalia and her children.

Her father taught her the magic of plants, and she taught humans how to use them as well.

Humans lived on Earth from that time on.

Maramures Villages

Maramures villages are unique in the world and recognizable by their big wooden gates to every house and garden and of course by their wooden churches with long pointy towers.

Maramures Giants WinterThe village where the last Maramures giants lived was called Rozalia. After a while, the name changed to Rozavlea.

The story above is just one of the Maramures legends Kiara Yew has been collecting for curious travelers. The old people from this region still preserve stories about the giant people that lived here.

In this region, you can also find a Merry Cemetery. It is for sure an unusual place to visit!

Blajinii or the Kind Hearted Ones

In the Romanian folklore, there is a fantastic legend about Blajinii or “the Kind Hearted Ones.” Other names for them are “Rohmani” and “The White Ones. Depictions of Blajinii in stories, show them as semi-divine creatures. They live at the edge of our world, where all the waters of the Earth are gathering into one stream. The river that results in Apa Sâmbetei (Saturday’s Water) is part of Romanian mythology. There are many tales that use this imagery as well in other east European countries.

Blajinii, Rohmani and the Romanian mythology

Blajinii Easter egg shells on Apa SambeteiThe Blajini have been described as small, happy and vivant creatures, always welcoming us humans. No illness or suffering affects them. People say that they can do miracles and they also take care of our dead relatives and close ones. So that’s why our ancestors used to pray to them. Legends talk about children often visiting them or their ability to see the Blajnii, in contrast with adults. Here is a story about a journey to their lands. The Blajini images and the region of Apa Sâmbetei (Waters of Saturday) in this article are illustrations of children descriptions of them.

Blajinii or the kind hearted ones

The tradition of Throwing Easter Egg Shells in the Rivers for the Blajinii creatures

A tradition in Romania and Moldavia is to throw Easter painted eggshells in rivers and streams. In the hope that these to arrive at Blajini’s villages, The White Ones can ascertain that Easter has arrived. However, the celebration called Paștele Blajinilor translates as The Easter of Blajini or The Easter of Death in English. Moldovan locals once said they are happy to find out when the Easter celebration arrives each year, as they live in isolation. Also, they don’t join the others for the public Christian holiday. For celebrating the souls of dead relatives or friends, Romanians prepare festive meals as offerings to the poor at the cemetery, nearby the tombs, at the end of the mass and benediction. To all who wished to commemorate and pay their respects to the dead Easter comes as an opportunity. They celebrate in memory of the deceased.Blajinii Apa Sambetei

Traveling to the Lands of Blajinii

Here we are, going to the lands of Blajinii for the first time. The Romanian folklore is including many stories about creatures that lived on Earth or within the Earth. There are some creatures called Blajinii, Rohmani in Bucovina or “Kind Hearted Ones.” The old people in Romania are saying that the Blajini are creatures who take care of our dead people, they live isolated near the Apa Sâmbetei. Mean people mentioned they are small and they look like rats.

Traveling to thLands of Blajiniie Lands of Blajinii

Here is the story told by a woman that used to see them when she was a kid.

“I used to see them when I was a child, and I walked in forests. They used to call me and then they disappeared for a while. Now I go from time to time to them.

They fascinate me in the way they enjoy life and the beauty of their lands.

How to get there? There are places on our lands where is very easy to go to Blajinii, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t make this trip from any other site…

 I’m in the middle of the meadow where is such easy access to their lands.

 My guide Greg shows me a place and says” Here you should lay on grass…Let them take you with them. Hmmm, do you see that tree?”

I look around and notice an old oak a little far away but on the same meadow. It had an unusual shape, looking like a part of it was burned, but not from lightning as it has a regular form.

“This is not a usual shape at all!” I said to Greg.

“Yes indeed! This meadow is used not only by humans but by other species as well. It is a great place for traveling! They sometimes touch the trees when visiting…”

Lands of Blajinii
Apa Sambetei

    So, I just lay down on earth, surrounded by grass, flowers, and trees. I look up to the sky, and the birds are flying above. My body feels like it is submerging deeper and deeper until I think it is sinking into the earth little by little…

Describing Blajinii Creatures

Suddenly, a young spirit took my hand. I feel a little disoriented as of the new state.

This creature is the same size as a monkey, looking as we do, but thinner, with a face of a mouse and with ears more prominent than ours. It has brown hair and big brown eyes, wearing a simple green dress. It is obvious we are talking about a female exemplary.  The amazing part is that it is not touching the earth at all, she is vibrating near me, in a butterfly movement. It must have some wings that are not so visible as they are moving very quickly.

She took my hand, and we fly together through the tunnels. There are many tunnels, but it seems that she knows very well the direction where we are going.Blajinii

The Lands of Blajinii

We fly until we reach their village, surrounded by many streams of water, actually coming from everywhere: small streams, beautiful shaped, big rivers, they are all gathering here from all over the surface of the Earth. I remember that my grandma told me that this place is called “the Waters of Saturday.”

Their houses are small, covered with small pieces of wood, with tiny windows and doors. I had no chance to fit into their homes. They were all happy to see me, and I was amazed to discover their world. There were hanging plants and a kind of ivy that grew on the surrounded rocks and houses.

Here I meet many beings looking like my little guide. They are all happy to welcome me here.

Blajinii wants to play and enjoy life more than we do.

I ask the little spirit if she wants to tell me something and she says:

“Let’s dance!”

So we started to dance. It is a regular thing here to dance.

 She continues:

“You know… we are brothers and sisters from old times but have been separated some time ago, and we live here on this part of the Earth. And you guys live there on the surface of the Earth. Some people come and visit us from time to time, and this makes us very happy. They are mostly children. “

Lands of Blajinii
The Lands of Blajinii

We continued our dance.

The End of the Journey

I was feeling very tall and big compared to her. It was time to go home on the meadow I left.

I just felt the need to ask my little guide one more thing: “Show me the way to come here again!”Blajinii

She puts her hands up, and she starts to swirl quicker and quicker until the speed was very high. I follow her and here we are traveling again through tunnels between their world and our world.

And so, I arrived back on the meadow I left.

“See you next time, sister! ” And this is the end of the journey.

Old people still tell us stories about these small and happy creatures that live near “The Waters of Saturday.” They don’t know exactly how old these stories are or if they are real or not, but one thing is for sure: the people going there are telling the same stories about the lands of Blajinii, again and again.

So let’s enjoy the beauty of our planet!

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs for Dead People

Merry Cemetery funny epitaphs crosses

Merry Cemetery | Another way to look at death

 

In the North of Romania, you can find some people who have built a cemetery known as “The Merry Cemetery.” In the Romanian language, this is called “Cimitirul Vesel.” The village is called “Sapanta.” These are the lands of “Maramures” county.

Indeed, there are crosses made of oak wood with little stories of the lives of people from this community. They all had different experiences. These are illustrated in their cemetery in a funny way.

There are stories of people who enjoyed life and their work, others who enjoyed drinking or loved nature, others who loved another wife,👯 or more unfortunate ones who had an accident or a disease.Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

When you walk through the cemetery and looking at all these stories, makes you think that your account is just another story and it may be a funny one if you want it to be so🎭.

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

The crosses are blue, of course, a happy color, the tombstones illustrations are also joyfully colored.

This cemetery is among the top cemeteries in the world.

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs | How it all started

This tradition was started in 1935 by the villager Stan Ioan Patras who created the first cross, and it has been preserved to our days.

 

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

 

We believe that the roots of this tradition are deeper, until the Dacian people who lived on these lands.

They were celebrating and were happy when someone died and they were sad when someone was born.  This is because they believed in life after death, death is just a gate into another world. Dacian people did not regard death as a tragic end, but rather as an opportunity to meet their god, Zamolxes 🐺

If we are looking from this perspective, then this is not a surprise that these people from Maramures are building a happy cemetery.

They only do what their ancestors did a long time ago.

There are many legends and traditions in this region. Another well-known title in this area is the Maramures Giants that lived here before the humans did and that there was a flood which destroyed them.

 

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

Watch out some funny stories:

Here I rest. Stefan is my name.

As long as I lived, I liked to drink.

When my wife left me, I drank because I was sad.

Then I drank more to make me happy.

So, it wasn’t so bad that my wife left me

Because I got to drink with my friends.

I drank a lot, and now, I’m still thirsty.

So you who come to my resting place, Leave a little wine here. “🍷

Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

 

 

 

 

And another one:

Underneath this heavy cross
Lies my mother in law poor
Had she lived three days more
I’d be here, and she would read
You that are passing by
Try not to wake her up
For she comes back home
She’ll bite my head off
But I’ll act in the way
That she will not return
Stay here my dear
Mother-in-law. “

 

 

 Merry Cemetery Funny Epitaphs

 

 

Tips for the Traveler Inside You

These are tips for the traveler who distinguishes himself or herself from simple tourists. The difference between the two, the tourist and the traveler, have been discussed by many authors. Here is an example drew from a famous sociologist who analyzed this difference. Every new destination is an opportunity to understand the world, the cultures and the people that populate this beautiful planet.

Be open | Allow new things to come to you

Discover new places using the eyes and soul of the kid inside you. 🙉

Don’t judge.

Just feel: use your touch, your eyes, your smile. Breath the air. What do you feel?

tips for the traveler the Milky Way

Imagine the world around you as it was upon a time. What do you feel and hear? What do you see? Breathe deeply.

Then take that moment with you | Tips for the traveler that you are

It’s your unique experience.

Keep it simple.

Uppss… and not to forget …some meows from Kiara Yew

💭 Each place has a different meaning for each of us.

What’s the meaning of this place to you? 💭 Read More

The Hidden Legend of Manole

Romanian folk literature revolves around four major mythical themes: the foundation of the Romanian ethnic group, death and transhumance, love and desire for the unattainable, and last but not least sacrifice for creation. The following theme was materialized in a folk ballad called The Legend of Manole. Here it goes:

The Legend as told by Manole himself

I am Manole, and I love to build monasteries. Thus I am doing this as my father, my grandfather, my grand grandfather and so on did before me. I would never know what else to do. I have the most beautiful wife a man would want to have, and I love her. Her name is Ana♡.

Legend of Manole Curtea de Argeș Monastery

One day, ♛ The Great Ruler of our lands came to me and said: “Manole, gather all the craftsmen you need and build for me the greatest Monastery that you ever built and anyone has seen before! If this will not be ready until the winter comes, your head will lay near your feet, and the same will happen to your craftsmen!”

I stayed all the night awake, and my thoughts were coming over and over, never-ending…I created thousands of questions on how to build the Monastery, what stone to use, how it should look, how high near the sun to be …. and if I was able to do this in such a short period….

Ana, my dear, and beloved wife told me: “Don’t do this, my dear husband build small churches with a high spirit you know The Great Ruler is cruel and prides himself on his realizations…Don’t go into the trap…. “

“My dear Ana… but you know I love to build churches and monasteries; you know that I am the best mason from this land…If I am building this Great Monastery, there will be others, from other lands that will come to me…. I will build other monasteries again and again… We will have a bigger home, a lot of cows and horses…our kids will learn together with the Great Ruler’s children. It’s the best thing we could have it now I will do it. I don’t know how but I will do it…” I told her.

And so I did…

The curse and the sacrifice | The Legend of Manole

Legend of Manole brickNext morning, I gathered all the most excellent craftsmen I knew, we have chosen the place of the Monastery, and we started to build…Each day, ♛ The Great Ruler came to see our work but somehow, something was not working.

What we made yesterday, it was all destroyed the next day…and so it happened for a few months ⌛⌛⌛

Legend of Manole brick

I couldn’t believe this strange thing that happened to us. It was like a curse.

♛ The Great Ruler became angrier and angrier and, so I started to feel the fear … My fear was so huge that I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep… It was like a bad dream.

But then, one night there was a voice that started to tell me:

“Manole, you must sacrifice someone! That being will be built together with the Monastery, and so it will be finished. It was meant to be this way, the way you created and imagined this Monastery. So, it will be…

So, the next day, I went quickly and happy to tell the great news to the other masons…we will sacrifice the first being that will appear next morning, just before the sun will first shine…☀

We all agreed so.

Next morning, we all stayed and waited to see who will come.

But… it was my dear and beloved Ana that came …

“Why didn’t I listen to her… why is this happening to me…What have I done wrong?” I cried like this all the night… but the night did not change my reality…

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So I went and did what the voice told me. And yes, the Monastery started to grow to become higher and higher until the sky, near the sun. ♛ The Great Ruler of our lands was happier and happier as the days were passing… he was very proud of his jewel, of his Great Monastery. My craftsmen had not finished yet, and there were already people coming from other lands to see it. It was so beautiful just like my beloved Ana was.

Fear started to grow for the Great Ruler: “What if Manole will build another Monastery, a more beautiful one….”Legend of Manole brick

The fear grew and grew until one day when he decided to leave us, the masons, on top of the Monastery so that we will never, ever build something like this again. And so he did to us…

The Icarus Myth and The Legend of Manole

The next day, he took us all on top of the Monastery and then he took away the stairs. He left us on top of the Monastery, with no other way to going back down. But then, we all said:

Legend of Manole the craftsman“If we built such a wonderful Monastery, then we can also build wings, and we will be like the birds… we will go down on earth again! “

We crafted some wings from the wood that we have found on top of the Monastery…Then we started to fly like the birds, but this happens only for a few seconds, as we were far too heavy, not like the birds. We all finally reached the earth., but not as we expected it.

And so I met Ana again…The place where I touched the earth…  it is spring now ♒… with refreshing water. Come and drink the water and read my story again!

The Monastery remains and will remain the most beautiful Monastery forever in my lands…

People from all the areas around will come to pray here and tell this story again…the story of me, Ana and ♛ the Great Ruler…

We call it Curtea de Argeș Monastery, and this is The Legend of Manole.

For more Romanian legends and folktales check out Romanian folklore.

Back to Transylvania Castle

back to Transylvania castleYou are back to Transylvania castle region of Romania.

You are in a thick forest, the deepest you have ever seen before.

Then, you close your eyes. It’s night. It’s very dark; you hear the beasts in the forest. They are not sleeping judging by the sound they make.

However, you dare to walk throuback to Transylvania castle batgh the trees and bushes. Your heart is beating so fast, and so loud, it seems like all the beasts can hear you. You feel like your body is all made of a big heart.

And then you see it…

Dracula’s Magical Castle

back to Transylvania castle bat It’s all there, stone by stone, in front you.

You are looking around and nobody’s there. Just you and the castle and the creatures of the forest.

What would it be if Count Dracula was here?back to Transylvania castle Dracula drawing

However, you open the gate and go inside. It’s a massive castle made of stone. All around you see candles, a big table, a stone fireplace, curtains made of red velvet. All these together make the atmosphere to be sweet and dangerous ♥

Suddenly, a secret door opens… you walk through it and then here you are climbing the stairs… one by one… attentive and open to any new thing that appears before your eyes. With each of your step, the space around you becomes smaller and smaller… the walls become closer to you …

And then you arrived, It’s a tinny secret door that opens in front of you, and there you are in the bedroom of Dracula!

The biggest bed lays in front of you. As you look around, fire is everywhere… candles, fireplace.

back to Transylvania castle candles

You become sleepy as the air is thick and you are tired. You lay on the bed, close your eyes.

Yes, you are in the middle of…

Dracula’s chamber | Back to Transylvania castle

And all of a sudden all start to vanish in a spiral movement…. all… castle, forest, candles, beasts and you with them!back to Transylvania bat

Wake up! It’s morning. Just go and enjoy another magical day!

But you can’t forget it!

Go and see the forest and the castle … and when you reach the place, search for the secret stairs … it’s all there…

back to Transylvania castle garlic

Moreover, if you wish to experience the real thing, we recommend a night at Dracula’s Castle. Details to be found here.