- Simply incredible tour in a vintage 1940s biplane
- Bats-eye view of Bucharest, including the Snagov Monastery where Vlad the Impaler is said to lie
- A glimpse of the world that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula,
An irresistible opportunity to fly through the skies in the manner of an early aviator, you’ll strap on your goggles and leather flying-hat to join an experienced flight instructor above the Romanian capital. In the vintage Pitts Special biplane, a legend in the field of aerobatic competition, you’ll soar above medieval landmarks such as the haunting Snagov Monastery, where Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia, may have been buried in 1477. His grisly reputation gave rise to one of literature’s best-known monsters, Dracula.
Taking off from an airfield 20km (12 miles) outside of Bucharest, you’ll also have stunning views of the beautiful lake and forest of Snagov, as well as Ciolpani Monastery. This thrilling tour is, Tinggly would suggest, best enjoyed around Halloween for maximum spooky effect!
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