Villa Schei

Strada Invatatorilor 21 a, Brasov, Transylvania, 2200, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strada Invatatorilor 21 a, Brasov.
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Travel Blogs from Brasov

Transylvania

A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 10, 2014

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We left the hostel at 9:30am to go on a tour of all the main sights in Transylvania. Our first stop was Peles Palace, former home of the Romanian royal family. Whilst the facade fave the impression that it was hundreds if years old, the palace was only built in the late 1800s this meant that at the time it was built it had full central heating and electricity as well as a sliding glass roof in the ...

Bucharest to Brasov

A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 09, 2014

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... were full but we eventually found a restaurant where we sat upstairs on our own until we were joined by one very large cricket. It's an understatement to say Freya freaked out. In the end I was too short to reach the cricket to remove it and the waiter had to do it haha. After we'd eaten we wandered back along the high street and visited a patisserie and stocked up on sugar before going back to the hostel and to ...

Brasov

A travel blog entry by europe50 on Jun 03, 2014

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... saw the gorgeous Catherine's Gate (Poarta Ecaterina), built in 1559 and the only surviving original city gate. We walked beside the city walls along the canal up to the Black Tower for a view of the Old City.

I wandered around the old city walls and under Graft Bastion. At 6pm I watched the trumpeters in the Tower again and saw the soldiers wander (they certainly weren't marching!!!) around the square several times. I had dinner at ...

I'd love to 'DRINK YOUR BLOOD'.........

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 18, 2013

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... under the restorations, and the lofty, light space you see nowadays is mostly Baroque. Humanist Johannes Honterus, whose 101-year-old statue can be seen next to the tower, became Stadtpfarrer (priest) a few years after bringing Lutheranism to Brasov in 1542. Listen to the impressive 4000-pipe organ dating from 1839 during the concerts held at least once a week. Best of all however are the 119 fabulous Anatolian carpets on display. The rugs were donated by ...

Princesses & Their Fairytales

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on May 13, 2013

1 comment, 50 photos

... which sits rather tacky and massive Hollywood lettering, were less so. Perhaps the most interesting fact about this place is that, owing to a successful siege in the 17th century because of a lack of water, two Turkish prisoners were made to dig a well 174m deep to allow the citadel to be self sufficient and fend off the numerous attacks that were launched against it. 174m is a long way down, so it is perhaps ...

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