Choose this Halloween in Transylvania private tour.
Join us on an unforgettable 4-days journey and then attend the best Halloween Parties in Romania.
This top Halloween break includes 2 parties:
-one in Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, the best in Romania and
-the other one in Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle Halloween party, the biggest in Romania.
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Join us on our amazing private tours in Romania. Discover the best highlights related to Vlad the Impaler such as Sighisoara Medieval Citadel or the popular Bran Castle. Discover all the inclusions and the complete schedule below!
Highlights of our private tours in Romania
Discover the best highlights included in our private tours in Romania. Explore the best Dracula related places and have fun at our parties!
The best Halloween Party from Transylvania -in Sighisoara Citadel, Dracula’s Birthplace. Enjoy an intimate “dinner party”. Halloween party from Sighisoara was rated by our previous clients as being the best from the tour – find out the entire programme.
- Ritual Killing of the Living Dead – help a haunted spirit to gain his peace – attend the ritual of killing a Living Dead meant to introduce you to the genuine Transylvanian folklore-as seen on Travel Channel – learn more.
- “Witchery Moments” – amazing magic show, performed by two of Europe’s most innovative and dynamic magicians.
- Vampire Hunting – an impressive ballet performance of professional ballet dancers
Sighisoara Medieval Citadel – the best preserved and still inhabited medieval citadel in Europe with a UNESCO World Heritage status, Vlad the Impaler’s birth place.
Bran Castle-night visit – also known as Dracula’s Castle, a legendary Transylvanian fortress dating back to 1377; on Halloween night celebration the castle is decorated for Halloween and populated with glamorous witches
Halloween Party at Bran Castle - the biggest Halloween party in Transylvania. You can expect a party with a nice clubbing atmosphere.
The Royal Court of Targoviste - a royal residence for many centuries, the Royal Court offers the possibility of revealing a chapter of the Romanian medieval art and history; there is an exhibition dedicated to Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), founder of the fortifications.
Fagaras Fortress - exterior visit of the citadel surrounded by a deep moat filled with water from a nearby mountain brook
Halloween in Transylvania – Brief itinerary of your private tour
Day 1 Dracula's tomb-first visited in our private tours in Romania
Your private tours in Romania depart from Bucharest.
Meet our guide at the airport and then head for Snagov Monastery, Dracula’s alleged burial place.
Visit the monastery from the island in the middle of Snagov Lake and then head toward Brasov, the old Saxon city. After that, accommodate in a centrally located 3* hotel.
Snagov Monastery-Vlad Tepes burial site seen in escorted tours to Romania
Day 2 The best Halloween party in Transylvania, Sighisoara Citadel, Dracula's birthplace
In the morning visit the monumental city center of Brasov and find our the tightest street in Romania, The Rope street. You will also see the famous Black Church.
Your Halloween in Transylvania private tour continues in Sighisoara.
The medieval citadel is Vlad the Impaler’s birthplace.
Visit the Clock Tower, and then the Torture Room and the Medieval Weapons Collection. After that, accommodate at a 3* hotel situated in the heart of the citadel.
Put on your costume and, at 8 PM, joins us for the best Halloween Party in Transylvania.
The program includes a traditional festive dinner, a magic show and many other dark surprises.
The highlights include the Ritual of Killing of a Living Dead, performed by a team according to old customs and traditions.
After the party, rest for a while and then travel to Brasov. Admire the medieval Saxon City and its landmarks.
The most famous attraction is the Black Church, the largest Gothic edifice in South Eastern Europe.
After that, drive to Bran Village.
Day 3 Bran Castle Halloween Party aka Dracula's Castle Halloween party from Transylvania- the biggest party
Today you will see Bran Castle.
The structure itself fits the description of Dracula’s Castle in Bram Stoker’s writings: high above a valley atop a rock with a flowing river below.
Accommodate in a hotel situated in the vicinity of the castle.
At 7:30 PM, join us for the Halloween Party at Bran Castle.
The schedule includes a unique night tour of Bran Castle aka Dracula's Castle.
The castle is decorated for Halloween and populated with glamorous witches as hostesses.
After that, head for the courtyard and party till morning.
There is a bar where you can order drinks and the party will continue until 04.00 am.
Your hotel is in walking distance from the party so you can go to sleep whenever you prefer.
Day 4 The royal castle
On the last day of your private tours in Romania, drive to Targoviste, the city that was once the capital of Walachia, a historical region of Romania situated in the South East of the country.
After that, our guide transfers you to Otopeni Airport for your return flight.
End of your private tours in Romania.
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Book your private tours in Romania now and then discover our country! This private tour is available for groups of at least 4 people.
We accept MasterCard and Visa on our on-line secure internet payment form.
- MasterCard and Visa via fax and phone.
- We also accept payments via PayPal and bank transfer.
- At the moment of booking we require an advance deposit in the amount of Euro 145/person. Once the advance deposit is registered with our accounts we issue a Confirmation Letter.
- The final payment is due 60 days prior to tour departure. Should the booking be made within 60 days prior to tour departure, entire tour cost is requested at the time of booking.
Departures for your private tours in Romania
Price per person
4 day tour. Departure from Bucharest (GMT +02:00)
This tour departs for a group of minimum 4 people
|October 26, 2023||€ 1190||€ 1299||Free**|
|October 31, 2024||€ 1190||€ 1299||Free**|
Why to choose a private escorted tour
- It is more comfortable
- Time saving
- You can decide the pace of the tour
- Having a tour guide helps you to have a more genuine experience
Available for free if:
- You don’t have a reflection in the mirror,
- You decompose when sunlight strikes you,
- You’re over 200 years old,
- Can use your wings to fly to Transylvania,
Well, this holiday is free for you! Come join your fellow vampires in Transylvania:-)
Blood treats not included!
- Once you realize the price of good beer and wine you will probably not want to return to your country.
- People speak plenty of English in Romania and you will find the locals and the other tourists are friendly and open.
- No visa is required and you can get green card extension insurance from your insurer to cover Romania.
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Media Mentions of our private tours in Romania
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Advice for US citizens traveling in Romania
The United States established diplomatic relations with Romania in 1880, following Romania’s independence. The two countries severed diplomatic ties after Romania declared war on the United States in 1941; and re-established them in 1947. Relations remained strained during the Cold War era while Romania was under communist leadership. After the 1989 revolution ended communist rule, however, Romania’s policies became unequivocally pro-Western.
Romania joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 2004 and has established itself as a steadfast ally of both the United States and NATO.
U.S. Assistance to Romania
U.S. security assistance supports Romania in completing its military modernization, improving its interoperability with U.S. and NATO forces, and increasing its expeditionary deployment capabilities in support of NATO’s collective defense and coalition operations with the United States. Other programs include U.S. Department of Justice assistance to strengthen the rule of law, including combatting corruption and human trafficking, and strengthening intellectual property rights and cyber-security. The United States also assists in preserving Romania’s unique cultural heritage. For example, in 2019, Romania received the largest Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation grant in the world, $500,000, for the restoration of a 14th Century fortified Saxon church in the village of Alma Vii.
Entry and visa information.
- You must have a U.S. passport that is valid for at least three months beyond your departure date from Romania.
- U.S. citizens may enter and remain in Romania without a visa for up to 90 days total in any 180-day period. Departing Romania and attempting to re-enter Romania does not “restart the clock”. U.S. citizens who depart Romania and return after spending less than 90 days in the 180-day period prior to their return will be admitted for the remainder of the 90 days. U.S. citizens attempting to re-enter Romania after having already spent 90 days in Romania in the 180-day period prior to return may be denied re-entry to Romania.
- U.S. citizens who wish to stay longer than 90 days must obtain an extension from Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- U.S.-Romanian dual nationals should consult the Romanian Border Police website for information on exit requirements.
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The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors to or foreign residents of Romania.
Credible information indicates terrorist groups continue plotting attacks in Europe. All European countries remain potentially vulnerable to attacks from transnational terrorist organizations.
Tourism: The tourism industry is generally regulated and rules [with regards to best practices and safety inspections] are regularly enforced, though some tourism-related activities (such as rock climbing and extreme sports) are less regulated than in the U.S. Hazardous areas/activities are identified with appropriate signage and professional staff is typically on hand in support of organized activities. In the event of an injury, appropriate medical treatment is typically available in near major cities. Outside of a major metropolitan center, it may take more time for first responders and medical professionals to stabilize a patient and provide life-saving assistance. Medical treatment in Romania is not up to western standards. U.S. citizens are encouraged to purchase medical evacuation insurance.
Reported types of crime include:
- Robbery, pick pocketing, internet scams, and credit card fraud are the most commonly reported crimes.
- Organized groups of criminals, sometimes including minors, operate in train stations, trains, subways, and busses.
- Money exchange schemes often involve individuals posing as plainclothes policemen who approach you, flash a badge, and ask for your passport and wallet. Insist on the presence of a uniformed police officer and request that any issues be resolved at the police station.
- If traveling on an overnight train, travel with a companion and in the highest class available.
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- Use ATMs located inside banks. You should check ATM machines for any evidence of tampering before use.
- Be extra cautious of your surroundings if using an internet café.
- Use cash wherever possible in lieu of credit cards.
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U.S. citizen victims of sexual assault should first contact the U.S. Embassy. Report crimes to the local police at 112 and contact the U.S. Embassy at (40) 21 200-3300.
Remember that local authorities are responsible for investigating and prosecuting the crime.
U.S. Embassy can:
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- explain the local criminal justice process in general terms
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- provide information on victim’s compensation programs in the U.S.
- provide an emergency loan for repatriation to the United States and/or limited medical support in cases of destitution
- help you find accommodation and help you arrange flights home
- replace a stolen or lost passport
Domestic Violence: U.S. citizen victims of domestic violence may contact the Embassy for assistance.
Tourism: The tourism industry is generally regulated and rules are regularly enforced, though some tourism-related activities (such as rock climbing and extreme sports) are less regulated than in the United States. Hazardous areas/activities are identified with appropriate signage and professional staff is typically on hand in support of organized activities. In the event of an injury, appropriate medical treatment is typically available in major cities. Outside of a major metropolitan center, it may take more time for first responders and medical professionals to stabilize a patient and provide life-saving assistance. Medical treatment in Romania does not meet U.S. standards. U.S. citizens are encouraged to purchase medical evacuation insurance.
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Furthermore, some laws are also prosecutable in the United States, regardless of local law.
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- Mountainous areas of the country can be subject to torrential rains and flash floods, especially in the spring and summer months.
- Streets and sidewalks are often icy and hazardous during winter.
- Avoid contact with stray dogs.
- Travelers’ checks are of limited use, but ATMs (“bancomats” in Romanian) are widely available.
LGBT Travelers: There are no legal restrictions on same-sex sexual relations or the organization of LGBTI events in Romania. However, the annual gay pride parades in Bucharest have been the scene of violent protests in past years.
Travelers Who Require Accessibility Assistance: Romanian laws and regulations require public places, the outdoor environment, transportation, and housing to be accessible for persons with mobility issues. Although there has been progress, accessibility varies greatly. While large cultural institutions and supermarkets are generally properly equipped for persons with mobility issues, accessibility on sidewalks, hotels, and public transportation remains problematic.
- Sidewalks and streets are uneven, even in major cities.
- Small hotels and tourist sites often do not have elevators or ramps.
- Access to public transportation is not adequately marked for people with visual impairments and other disabilities.
- Platforms at subway stations may be narrow, steep and slippery.
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If traveling with prescription medication, check with the government of Romania and with the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ensure the medication is legal in Romania. Always carry your prescription medication in original packaging with your doctor’s prescription.
- Basic medical supplies are limited in Romania, especially outside of major cities.
- Hospitals often lack nursing care and assistance for the elderly.
- Most prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications are available in Romania but are often sold under different names.
- Response times for emergency services vary widely depending on the region of the country and nature of emergency.
US Embassy strongly recommend supplemental insurance to cover medical evacuation.
Before you begin your travels
Write down contact details for the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate to carry with you in case of emergency while traveling.
US Embassy in Romania
4-6, Dr. Liviu Librescu Blvd.
District 1, Bucharest
Telephone: (+40) 21 200-3300
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Please check your itinerary below:
Thursday, Bucharest - Snagov Monastery - Brasov
Welcome to the Romania! Our English speaking guide welcomes you at Bucharest Airport. Drive to Snagov to visit Snagov Monastery where, according to the legend, Vlad was buried after his assassination. The monastic establishment is located on a small island of Snagov Lake. The architectural style of the monastery follows that of the Holy Mount of Athos in Greece. After that we will head to Brasov.
For dinner we recommend one of Brasov restaurants.
Accommodation is in a 3* hotel, central location
Day 2, Friday
Brasov - Sighisoara (289 km, 4h 39 min driving)
Visit Brasov historic center, see the Black Church and the Rope street. Transfer to the medieval Citadel of Sighisoara. Founded by Saxons during the 12th century, Sighisoara still stands as one of Europe’s most beautiful and inhabited fortified cities, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sighisoara is also the place where Vlad the Impaler, known as Dracula, was born. Visit the main attractions: the Clock Tower, the Torture Room and the Medieval Weapon Collection.
20:00 Get ready then for the Halloween Party: a delicious traditional Romanian festive dinner washed down with fiery spirits, excellent Romanian wine and accompanied by a special program including the Ritual of Killing of the Living Dead, Vampire Hunting, Magicians Show, contests and many dark surprises.
If you survive you’ll find refugee in a 3* hotel located in the very heart of the medieval citadel. Find more details.
Day 3, Saturday
Sighisoara - Fagaras Fortress - Bran (145 km, 2h 20 min driving)
Your next stop is the Medieval Saxon City of Brasov, one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe, home to the impressive Black Church, the largest Gothic edifice in South Eastern Europe.
19:30 The ultimate Halloween Party at the Bran Castle – also known as Dracula’s Castle! Enjoy an unforgettable night tour of Bran Castle, meet the Wicked Fairies and get lost in their euphoric dance along with a glass of local red wine. Watch a horror movie projection and feel amazing being part of a great and dynamic Bran Castle Halloween Party aka Dracula's Castle Halloween party from Transylvania in the courtyard of Bran Castle until 4:00 am.
Day 4, Sunday
Bran - Targoviste - Bucharest (185 km, 3h driving)
Morning transfer to the Royal Court" of Targoviste.
The complex of monuments which form the Royal Court of Targoviste represents one of the most important architectural group from Walachia, and has a great artistic and historical value. Being a royal residence for many centuries, the Royal Court offers the possibility of revealing a chapter of the Romanian medieval art and history.
Her there is an exhibition dedicated to Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), founder of the fortifications.
Transfer to Otopeni airport for your return flight.
(Estimated time of arrival in Bucharest 6 PM)
The services of a professional trained English speaking guide/driver, experienced in escorting Dracula Tours.
2 nights in 3* hotels and 1 night in a 4* hotel, breakfasts included
All land transfers by standard European car, admittance fee for Sighisoara Citadel
Entry fees to the following tourist attractions
Snagov Monastery, Pelisor Castle, Bran Castle, Clock Tower – Medieval Weapon Collection – Torture Room.
Halloween party at Bran Castle and Halloween party in Sighisoara
Halloween Party at the Bran Castle includes: VIP entrance to the castle (skip the 3 hours ticket office line line), night tour of the Bran Castle decorated for Halloween and populated with glamorous Wicked Fairies and the Halloween Party until 04:00 am. It is recommended to keep in touch with your assigned guide and depart together with the group from the hotel toward the castle in order to benefit from the VIP entrance; if you are not going together with the group chances are that you will have to stay in line with the other party attenders.
IMPORTANT: Please have in mind that Halloween Party at Bran Castle is organized by administration of Bran Castle. Transylvania Live is not responsible for the content of the program/ changing’s, organizing manner or even cancellation. Transylvania Live provides only with the admission logistic.
**Please be cautious if you suffer from claustrophobia, are sensitive to intermittent lights and loud noises! Also, please consider the low temperatures and the fact that the stairs and alleyways can be slippery. For your saftey, plese listen to the instructions of the Castle's personnel.
- Plane ticket
- Airport fees
- Photo & video tax
- Other not mentioned.
Reservations are required. We recommend booking early as tours are often sold out well in advance. You can make a reservations on-line. In case of making reservations by phone please call toll-free: 808 101 6781 (UK); 866 376 6183 (US).
You can also make reservations by fax - download and complete the booking form and send it by fax to: 0040-364-405641 or by e-mail!
We require an advance deposit in the amount of Euro 145/person. When you make the reservation online you will be required to pay the deposit. You will receive an automatic response with your Holiday Booking Reference. Once the advance deposit is registered with our accounts we proceed with the reservation for the requested services and issue the Confirmation Letter + Paid Invoice (once the amount is registered with our accounts).
The final payment is due 60 days prior departure. ( After the final payment is made we will issue Travel Voucher). Should the booking be made within 60 days prior to tour departure, entire tour cost is requested at the time of booking. To read Transylvania Live’s Terms and Conditions please visit us on line at: https://dracula-tour.com/terms.html.
The client is at all time entitled to cancel the Travel Contract, but must pay Transylvania Live - Expert in Transylvania a cancellation charge as stipulated below:
89 days or more prior to departure 90 EURO per person / per tour cancellation fee;
88–61 days, loss of deposit.
60–31 days will be subject to 50% of tour price;
30 days or less will be subject to 100% of tour price.
Please check with the airline company. Anyway is good to pack light, some of the hotels – historical buildings do not have elevators.
Our tours include the services of English-speaking guides.
German, French, Hungarian and Hebrew-speaking guide are also available.
We can design an itinerary at a time that suits you, to your own comfort levels and within your own budget. Please send your request by e-mail or by fax.
Yes, most of our tours operate even if there’s only one person.
Due to socialization reasons our special tours for couples require a minimum of five couples.
The tour has a general audience as it targets people interested in history, culture, customs and beliefs. Group size can be between 4-26 people. Transylvania Live is member of the responsible travel network and we are committed to operating a travel policy that is supportive of local economies, cultures and the environment. We operate our tours with small groups in order to minimise the negative impact on the environment and allow our guests to interact more easily with the locals, facilitate the communication with the guide. The average age of group is, most of the time, between 35-45.
We do not provide individual tickets for rail, air, boat or ferry.
A minimum age of 10 years is required on non-family programs, unless otherwise indicated on the individual tour page. A client under 18 years of age and travelling alone during the tour period shall provide Transylvania Live with written consent of his/her guardian. Clients under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. On “for couples” tours a minimum age of 20 years is required.
We only accept VISA and MASTERCARD. Please select only these two types of credit cards for the online payment.
If you pay on-line using our secure internet booking form your credit card can hold any type of currency, the amount of money to be taken will be exchanged in EURO by your bank, at their rates.
We accept USD and EURO for offline credit card payment and wire transfer.
Yes, we do offer discounts provided they travel as a group; Contact us
Yes, depending on the number of your group. Contact us
On-line bookings and payments are processed by Romcard, authorized agent for Mastercard and Visa in Romania and secured by Rapid SSL , the leading secure sockets layer (SSL) Certificate Authority enabling secure e-commerce and communications for Web sites. As a tour operator we are governed by the consumer and financial regulations of Romania and of the European Union. Romania’s legislation compels tour operators to protect tourists in case of insolvency.
Our prices include the online secure payment commissions. However depending on your bank some commissions may occur for international money transfer. Please check with your bank!
In case we’ll have a full house situation at one of the hotels, an accommodation of an equal classification or better will be booked for you. In case of closed roads due to bad weather, working situations or dangerous weather conditions the itinerary could suffer changes.
If you follow our recommendation on How to arrive (heading found for any of our holidays at the Special notes and info section at the end of the tour page. Our guide will expect you with a Transylvania Live sign. In the unfortunate case of a flight being lost or delayed and prevent you in this way from getting to your meting point in good time, please call 0040 723 565 255.
Our tour fares are based on two in one hotel room. For occupancy by one person, the "single supplement" cost specified in each itinerary will be required.
If you travel alone you have to book the tour with a single supplement; if you wish to book a double room which you want to share with another traveller, we’ll do our best to make all arrangements, but in case this is not possible, you’ll have to pay the single supplement; however it is our strongest recommendation to book the tour with a single supplement when travelling alone.
A welcoming country house, not necessarily decorated in a peasant like style; you’ll stay under the same roof with your Romanian host! In most cases dinner and breakfast are included, and rates are based on two guests per room.
They offer one bathroom for two rooms; the bathroom can be situated on the hallway.
Staying at a “traditional Maramuresean country-inn” or “a typical Hungarian-Sekler country-inn” will prove to be an unique experience.
Yes, also gluten-free, vegan. When you make the reservation of your tour please do not forget to fill in this information at Dietary Restrictions section.
American citizens do not require a visa for Romania (Romania is a member of the European Union so it shares the same legal legislation – a passport is all you need)
To check the list of the countries that require a visa please see the web site page of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at www.mae.ro.
Romanian currency is Lei (written symbol Ron). All the places in Romania trade lei (pronunciation: lay). You can bring some of the local currency from USA or you can change here the amount of money you need (advisable due to the lower exchange rate). Credit cards are accepted in large hotels, restaurants and malls. ATM machines are available at banks, airports and shopping centers all over the country. (except in remote areas or villages). Foreign currencies may be exchanged at banks or authorized exchange offices. International airports and larger hotels also offer currency exchange services. The tour guide is also responsible for helping clients with money exchange; recommend the exchange offices which charge the lowest commission.
Local Costs in a 3* restaurant: Soft Drink: $1.3; Beer: $1.7; Bottle of Wine: $8.7 - $18, 3 course dinner: $13.28 - $18.11. In shops these products can be 50% cheaper.
ATMs are available in all the cities; near by hotels, our guide will come with good advice and recommendations.
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In Romania electric power in use is of 220 voltages, AC, usually 2 pronged.
Romania enjoys warm summers and cold winters. In summer, cool cottons are best and in the winter a warm jacket or alike is recommended. Autumn is dry and cool, with fields and trees producing beautifully colored foliage. The weather in October-November is very unpredictable, with daytime temperatures between 6°-17° Celsius (42.80 - 62.60 Fahrenheit), and night time temperatures between 3° - 10°Celsius (37.40 - 50 Fahrenheit); but it is very much possible that you will see some snowfall especially in the mountain areas.
Romanian time is EET (Eastern European Time, two hours ahead of GMT, seven hours ahead of New York and ten hours ahead of Los Angeles. Check right now what time is in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania: https://time.is/Bucharest
The dress code in Romania is the same as all over Europe (think France, Germany, UK or Italy). Wearing jeans, t-shirts/sweatshirts and athletic shoes is standard casual in Romanian. Plenty of designers’ shops are to be found in major cities: Bucharest, Cluj, Brasov, Sibiu, where people are a bit too pretentious when it comes to their outfits. Dorobanti Boulevard in Bucharest can easily be compared to Chaps Elysees in Paris when it comes to “fashionists” (costs are similar too). The malls are well supplied with designers’ clothes and with respect to the prices, a great deal of our clients found the Romanian costs to be more acceptable then the ones in US.
With regards to the restaurants’ dress code, something casual is sufficient. You can wear whatever you would wear at home.
To satisfy dress codes for churches and monasteries, men and women are requested to cover their arms and legs (no shorts above the knees or sleeveless garments).