Stag House

Str. Scolii 1, Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

A step back in time...

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... to enjoy. The church at Malancrav is notable because it is one of the few places in the Romania, perhaps the world where the original paintings that decorated the walls have survived. most were painted over as the methods of worship changed from the Catholic and Orthodox to the Evangelical and Protestant. they are amazing and even show a little humour!

Our last stop of the day was perhaps the saddest. The Castle of Bethlen at Cris was owned by the Bethlen family ...

Stairs, scares and Tiger Tooth

A travel blog entry by aszliross

... the red rooftops and the outline of the old walls-- parts of which are still standing. Along the rails they even have the marked distance to other famous cities: Paris, 1680km. It is tough to get tired of the view, but there are other things to see so we decided to head down ahead of the rest of the group to give Beckett a chance to get out of the carrier and wiggle his legs. Ben had a near miss, slipped on a step, missed five and caught himself before hurting ...

Blood Soup

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise


... I had a delicious sausage dinner with some wine and was soon joined by a personal tour guide named Codran. We talked for a few hours about Romanian history and culture and how he got his job, which I want! After a couple of drinks we played the game of guessing where the tourists were from. He was very good at it, spending his life among them: "Hair product? Italian. Hiking Socks? German.Track Suits? English." It was good to talk with someone besides myself.


Sighhisoara and the Saxon Fortified Churches

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... the fortified church. The main tower has a very nasty wide crack running the full height of it, and needs some urgent conservation work. Inside the high walls, the grounds are quite attractive. We see one of the wall towers is a "Bacon Tower", where the villagers used to hang preserved pig meat, which comes in handy if there’s a siege. Inside the church, walls and ceiling are painted but un-adorned, except for the structural joints in the vaulting which ...


A travel blog entry by jkloewen

This is a top pick!

The train ride from Brasov to Sighisoara is labelled one of the most scenic in Europe according to our Eurail book. It was full of deep green rolling hills with herds of sheep here and there, and then switched to thick forested patches with steep canyons. There were many farm houses and little villages that seemed very isolated (besides a train passing by them). Once we got to Sighisoara, we quickly found our room for the night and headed to the ...


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