Smack in the center of Romania is Brasov, a harmonious mash-up of traditional charm and modern city life. Ride a double-decker bus around the city to get your bearings and see the sites whiz by, then hop off to squeeze down Strada Sforii, the narrowest street in Europe. Take a day trip to see the fortified church of Prejmer, the Libearty brown bear sanctuary, and the deliciously ominous Bran Castle, otherwise known as Dracula’s Castle.
Restaurants in Brasov
5 based on 394 reviews
Your free time in Parc Aventura Brasov With a capacity of 700 people per day, Parc Aventura Brasov is in the refreshing Transylvanian forest, next to the bucolic lake of Noua. Parc Aventura Brasov includes: 3 big zip-lines (omega) over Noua’s Lake: zip-line 1: 307 meters, zip-line 2: 197 meters and zip-line 3: 110 meters 210 games with progressive difficulty 6 routes easy and beginners level 2 routes medium level 3 routes with difficulties hard enough to challenge sportswomen / sportsmen 4 routes specialy designed for children between 4 and 7 years old. Each route consists of trees (or poles), which are connected through various acrobatic elements or zip-lines. Your security is guaranteed by our team coached and trained to help. 1 coffe-shop + Terrace to rest or to wait for your kids while they safely run on the tracks. Soft drinks, smoothies, chocolate, sandwiches, hot-dogs, ice-creams
The adventure parks is fun and is one of the most memorable experiences from our trip. For smaller kids, it's always possible to checkout the near by lake.
4.5 based on 752 reviews
We spend some time in the afternoon after touring Bran/Peles Castles.Great for an afternoon stroll in the historical center of Brasov.Amazing square with cafes,restaurants,souvenir shops next you can admire the black church ,black and white tower etc.Nice architecture with main influence from Germans.Nice to explore the back streets where you can see maybe the most narrow street in Europe.Actually a small town very tidy,clean and interesting to explore.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Really lovely focal point of the Old Town - lovely place to sit (even in winter) outside with a warm drink and watch the snowflakes settle. See the Mountains in the background and take in the beautiful scenery. Lovely restaurants in the area and minutes away from key attractions like the black church, Catherine's Gate etc
4.5 based on 168 reviews
This First Romanian School Museum is located in the grounds of the Saint Nicholas (Sf. Nicolae) Romanian Orthodox Church. If you take the guided tour, an eldery and very scholarly man (actually an Orthodox priest) will explain everything to you through an interpreter. If your country of origin is mentioned in the school's geography book, he will read the relevant section to you while you are seated at the pupils' desks. The man has a keen sense of humour and is very friendly. The school houses a large and important collection of antique books and manuscripts, some of which are on display in glass cases. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Offers a lot of different tasty food meals. There is also a Starbucks coffee inside, the only one in Brasov. We liked this place a lot. Hope to visit here again in the future.
4.5 based on 810 reviews
Best place in town for locals and also for the travellers. The main advantage is the close location to the town and the nature that surrounds it.
This is what makes Mount Tampa one of the favorite locations for a short walk in nature, there were months when we used to do it daily.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Saint Nicholas Church is an orthodox church that seems to had undergone lots of changes and modifications over the time. You can see from the outside architecture that it has gothic and bizantine influences.
It is a church with great history and I would liked to hear more about it. Unfortunately, when I have entered I did saw the no photos sign and when I tried to do a photo (without flash, normally) an old woman that was in charge with selling the candles was very rude to me. Afterwards, I saw on tripadvisor that a similar situation occured to someone else. That is a pity, because we were in a holy place and forgiveness should be present.
Bottom line: I would like to visit again but with a specialized guide that would provide more information about the paintings, history, architecture and so on.
4 based on 210 reviews
Paradisul acvatic is the largest recreation complex with indoor and outdoor swimming pools from Romania.Here, in winter or summer, you can find modern pools, indoor and outdoor water slides, SPA at a higher level, but also tennis courts and indoor football, a modern 3 stars hotel and a Terrace.The complex extends over 6.5 hectares and has a capacity of 2,000 casual deposit boxes and lockers for clothes and valuables. Paradisul Acvatic complex has 7 modern pools, an olimpic swimming pool with a special area for jumping from a height of 5m, 3m and 1.5m.During the summer outdoor pools (ca.1000 sqm and 90 sqm) with a temperature between 24 and 30 degrees offers the ideal place where you can swim in the sun.The 1300 chairs in the courtyard outside are free of charge and available from spring until late autumn.Also you can benefit from professional massage, active relaxation (fitness, aerobics, Kangoo Jumps) and many other reecreation and leisure activities. Keep your vitality with us!
The biggest swimming pool from Brasov, and one the biggest from whole Romania.
Have many pools, interior and exterior with different temperature of water, from 22 to 27 deg Celsius. There are also 2 big water slides, great for chidren. Inside are a restaurant with very good food. Is a great place to spend a day in weekend.
4 based on 214 reviews
Brasov used to be a city surrounded by fortified walls and few gates
Yekaterina is a main one, but nothing spectacular about it
Plus what you see is what you get, there is nothing in front or after it except modern building.
The gate is quarter a mile from the black church.
No fee to enter.
C U Around
4 based on 141 reviews
The Synagoge is in the Old Town,near to the Black Church in the Poarta Schei street and very close to the Rope street which became an attraction as the narrowest street of Europe,although I've seen narrower streets in Venice-Italy ; the Synagoge was built in 1901 and is one of the most beautiful in Romania; the Jewish community settled in Brasov in 1807 as in 2007 they celebrated 200 years of their settling in Brasov ; it is interesting that they were permitted to settle very near to the Black Church in a district which was totally dominated by the German (Saxon) population of Brasov ; for some time now,since a couple of years,Brasov is visited daily by a group of tourists from Israel ,so each day a coach arrives in Brasov for an 8 hours visit to Brasov with tourists from Israel who are staying in Sinaia ; all are visiting the Synagoge and also the statue of Itzak Rabin which is in the park of the Racadau district ; when I visited the Synagoge,there was a group of tourists from Israel there ; their guide explained something in their language,so I didn't understand why she was saying ,but the Synagoge made me a good impression ; it is naturally worth visiting ; please see the photos I'm attaching ;
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