Gia Hostel

Address: Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara, Transylvania, 545400, Romania | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara.
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

Interesting Romania

A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 03, 2014

... to get to hotel. Poor Stefan didn't get any sympathy from us. Sibiu us a very impressive Transylvanian town, reminded us a lot of Warsaw. This region is very pretty with sheep, cattle, corn plus numerous horse and carts on the roads.

Friday a day to remember. Firstly we visited a fortified Church in a very small village of Biertan, a Saxon village. This Church had three walls surrounding it in times of invasions but today only ...

Driving to Transylvania

A travel blog entry by liliflynn on Jul 03, 2014

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The day kicks-off with a long drive to Transylvania, covering some of the most scenic countryside that I have ever driven through. Long winding roads through mountain passes, peasant villages, rolling green hills and Romania's best music on the radio were consistent throughout the 6 hour journey. However, it came at the cost of an average speed of 60km/h, as the roads become infuriatingly poor quality for long periods of time and overtaking battles were fought over ...


A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jun 29, 2014

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... in black (lute). For a minute I thought I was in rural, northern Spain. The further east we go, the more excited I get about this adventure.

This really is Eastern Europe. At Cluj Napoca, we changed roads on what must be the largest intersection I have ever seen. What a crazy design. The bush camp idea was scraped in favour of a camp in the World Heritage town of Sighisoara. I cannot wait to explore ...

Sighhisoara and the Saxon Fortified Churches

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 25, 2012

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... longer cobbled road which winds down to the bottom of the covered stairway. We pass an interesting collection of horse-drawn carriages, possibly as used by Van Helsing et al in pursuit of Vampires, get a look at the covered gallery along the inside of the city walls, on private property. Check out some of the narrower streets on the high city, then make our way to the massive, attractive clock tower, which dates from 1280. and is now open. We don't pay the photo ...

Medieval City on the Hill

A travel blog entry by lazycaravan on Dec 20, 2010

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... 259; – I’m in heaven. Once the food is sorted we turn back to the conversation… Given how poorly my Romanian is progressing, it’s great they speak English. I do, however, (pleasantly) surprise everyone at the table by having a (very short) conversation
with their little girl about dogs. Of course they don’t know I’ve been rehearsing in my head for the last 30 minutes while they were busy catching up.Hey, baby ...