Nathans Villa Sighisoara

Address: Str. Libertatii 8, Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Str. Libertatii 8, Sighisoara.
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

Visiting the House Where Dracula was Born

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 25, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... fixed today. In the meantime though, he provided us with a portable heater that definitely came in handy.

Most reviews about Sighisoara say the city can be seen in a few hours. We had the whole day and night, so we definitely were not in a rush. The heart of Sighisoara lies within the citadel - an old fortress which is now the "old town" and where most of the tourist attractions are. Knowing we had time, we leisurely walked up and down ...

The Birthplace of Vlad the Impaler a.k.a Dracula

A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on Jul 27, 2012

66 photos

... had been impeached, and the festival was canceled, so every citizen could take time to think about how they would vote. Even though the festival was canceled, Sighisoara was still an amazingly beautiful place. We even found a blues bar where the guitarist was plating some SRV!!! ...

First English Group

A travel blog entry by novington on Oct 07, 2010

... the project. It was a great activity allowing me to interact with all of the kids and learn each of their names better. It can be hard with a group of 40 teens to know and remember each of their names, especially because some of those names are repeated amongst the teens.

My hope for this group is that I can teach them something. I do think that will be a challenge because this isn't a regular class. Each week I will be unsure of how many ...

Dracula's Realm

A travel blog entry by alonandjenny on Sep 23, 2008

7 photos

... the crossroads of Europe and Asia. This precarious position has resulted in the suffering of its people from one invading army to the next. Sighisoara is perched high atop a hill with a fortified wall surrounding it. Evidence to the fact that defense was a way of life here. The town is full of charm and most assuredly will leave its mark on our memories for a long time to come. Dracula was actually known as Vlad ...

Churches, cemeteries and snow

A travel blog entry by nkohare on Dec 01, 2007

1 comment, 15 photos

... There are some Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox, where you sit, stand, sit, kneel, stand, etc. I would think in this cold weather, it would be best to have the people moving about just to keep warm. One of the cemeteries visited was relatively new - but with an unusual tradition. Maramures region is a wood culture. In the 1930's, a local carver started to create intricately carved crosses, painted blue (representing soul going to heaven), with ...