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Drink with Dracula

A city founded by a wine-drinking, flute-playing shepherd and populated by Romania’s bright and beautiful people. This is the city where east meets west and old meets new. With a bustling nightlife and the famous Bran Castle – the home of Count Dracula – there’s always something to see and do in bonny Bucharest.

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Forget the rest, it's Bucharest.

Bucharest’s reputation as a sterling stag weekend location is both hard-earned and well deserved. The heady mixture of exhilarating nightlife, cool urban culture and beautiful women makes Bucharest comparable to Prague or Budapest – but without the price-tag. The price of a pint is about £1.50 - you definitely get more for your money in the Romanian capital…

The city’s nightlife is centred in the Old Town/Lipscani area of the city, which is packed with everything from traditional boozers to upmarket late lounges and crazy nightclubs that are open ‘til the early hours. The atmosphere here is cosy and unpretentious, with the focus on simply having a good time. For a more upmarket experience, head to the lakes in the north – it is a playground for the city’s elegant and wealthy and is a world away from the energetic hustle and bustle of the Old Town.

For a spooky day out, you could always visit the notorious Bran Castle, alleged home of Count Dracula. This iconic monument is straight out of the storybooks – complete with lofty towers, creepy passageways and a pale, bloodsucking landlord. Take a tour around the castle and grounds for a real taste of deepest, darkest Romania. The castle and surrounding town are a must-see when you’re in the area, just make sure you have your crucifix at the ready.

Bucharest was always destined to be cheeky, brazen and a little bit mischievous. As the story goes, the city was founded by a shepherd named Bucur. Legend has it that Bucur’s flute playing was so dazzling and his homemade wine was so delicious, that all the local traders adored him and named the city 'Bucharest’ in his honour. The fact that a drunk flute-playing shepherd is at the heart of the city’s history says it all – embrace the rebellious and playful Bucharest for a stag weekend you’ll never forget.

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How To Get To Bucharest

Bucharest's local airport(s):

Henri Coanda International Airport - OTP

13.5 miles from Bucharest

Can we provide transfers? Yes

Calea Bucurestilor 224E, Otopeni, 075150

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Which airlines fly into Bucharest?

DepartingArriving IntoAirline
Birmingham - Birmingham Airport (BHX) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) Wizz Air
Dublin - Dublin Airport (DUB) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) Blue Air
Dublin - Dublin Airport (DUB) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) Ryanair
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) British Airways
London - London Stansted Airport (STN ) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) Ryanair
London - Luton Airport (LTN) Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) Wizz Air

Accuracy of Information: Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct, it is just possible that we might get the occassional piece of information wrong. Whatever means of transport you decide on, it is worthwhile double checking route and schedule information.

Bucharest has the following visa requirements:

Visa Information Disclaimer: Whilst we have taken reasonable efforts to ensure that this information is correct, we cannot be held reponsible for any inaccuracies. Always check with the relevant authorities before travelling. We have actually had a group of Kiwis who didn't make it through customs in Kiev - BE WARNED!

NationalityVisa Required?
UK, Irish & Euro Zone Nationals: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days
South Africans: Visa Required
Aussies & Kiwis: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days

For information about Passport or Visa requirements please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/passports. For information relating to travel abroad please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/travel-abroad.


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