What Did Dracula Eat? 10 Transylvanian Foods You've Probably Never Tasted
Transylvania isn’t just Count Dracula’s home in the novel – it’s a very real historical region in central Romania. The region’s name roughly translates to “the land beyond the forests,” and it’s home to examples of fourteenth-century architecture, medieval towns, art museums, and expansive mountains.
Although we all know Dracula feasted on the blood of young virgins, here are 10 things he could’ve eaten in Transylvania if he'd considered expanding his palate.