Washington: The world’s best vampire spotting location is said to be set at Wallachia, now a part of Romania, where you can tour to learn more about these creatures of the night.
Another place, where Irish author Bram Stoker put these blood-sucking creatures while writing his novel, is Costa Rica, especially within Santa Rosa National Park and Corcovado National Park, reports Fox News.
An enigmatic museum – Le Musse des Vampires- in the Les Lilas district of Paris, which is devoted to the vampires, and has a Gothic garden at the back of it, is said to be one of the creepiest places in the world.
Apart from these places, Forks in Washington, where ‘Twilight’ is set, has become a famous vampire tourism spot.
One can also visit historic Nob Hill of San Francisco, which covers the documented history of the city as well as speculative supernatural events, and where attendees are also encouraged to dress spookily.