‘Dracula’ will let you get vaccinated for free at his castle in Transylvania

'Dracula' will let you get vaccinated for free at his castle in Transylvania

Bran Castle in Transylvania offers free cans of Pfizer to all tourists.

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May 11, 2021 2 min read

This article was translated using AI technologies from our Spanish edition. Errors can occur due to this process.

Would you like to visit Dracula’s castle and protect yourself from the coronavirus? Romania relies on this strategy to reactivate its tourism!

Visitors arriving at Bran Castle in Transylvania will have puncture sites, not because of the legendary Count’s fangs, but because this tourist attraction was set up as a vaccination center for tourists.

According to CNN, doctors and nurses with fangs on their clothes will be giving free cans of Pfizer to visitors to the 14th-century castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s novel.

Image: Bran Castle via Facebook

Castle staff hope this will attract more visitors to the Carpathian resort as this source of income, which was so important in the region, collapsed due to the pandemic.

The Reuters agency announced that anyone can come to the castle without prior agreement to receive their dose and at the same time visit an exhibition with 52 elements of medieval torture.