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Alright guys just go there if you want to get scammed. We entered the restaurant hungry, eventually ready to eat after we saw the room where Vlad was born. No one welcomed us or asked us what we wanted. We had to greet the ladies...More
The house is cool from the outside and most of it is the restaurant or souvenir shops. Don't waste your money with the Dracula room or apartment as it consists of a drunken guy dressed like Count Dracula (not Vlad Dracula) laying in a coffin...More
The only reason I'm giving this place two stars is because I'm able to say I stood in the room where Vlad Tepes was born. Other than that this place is tacky and uninformative. Would have loved to hear a little bit of history about...More
The house where Vlad the Impaler ( Dracula ) was born. Although it is now a restaurant the bedroom where he was born is a visitors site. You get a little surprise when you enter i will say no more, you will have to visit...More
The house is located in the heart of the old town and is under UNESCO protection as well as the whole city. It is painted a striking ocher yellow color, with a board that briefly talks about Vlad Dracula.
This house, represented to be the birthplace of Vlad Dracul is easy to locate at main square of the Historic Center.
It is a small yellow building with signage regarding Vlad Dracul. Took several pictures here with the plan to see its interiors later on.
For 10 lei per person you can enter two dark rooms draped in red fabric. In one a man pops out of a coffin, in the other you can make out a dining table and a few goofy paintings on the wall. There is nothing...More