Inspired by the Orient Express, Alice Russell embarks on a 4000-kilometre train journey from London to Istanbul.
Fuelled by Dracula stories and plum brandy, Kim Wildman lets her imagination run wild in Transylvania.
With the EU Schengen Convention in place, is there a way we can holiday in Europe for six months straight?
Steven Herrick cranes his neck to take in the ancient wooden churches of Dracula country.
Not fond of the summer heat? The northern hemisphere is brimming with superb ski resorts, magnificent slopes and great prices, writes Susannah Petty.
There is only one count in this remote Transylvanian village and it isn't Count Dracula.
The fastest route is not always the best way, as Susan Spano discovered when she waltzed into Danube territory.
Blistered, wet and tired, Liza Power finds trekking in Romania strangely inspiring.