Legend House (Casa Legenda)

str. Bastionului 8 bis, Sighisoara, Transylvania, 3050, Romania | Inn
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This inn is located on str. Bastionului 8 bis, Sighisoara.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Legend House (Casa Legenda) Sighisoara

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    Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

    A step back in time...

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 02, 2014

    44 photos

    ... inhabited from that period and the walls have been restored and maintained to high degree. The most magnificent tower stands over the main entrance to the citadel and is capped by one large and four smaller spires, all decorated with stunning and iridescent looking tiles. You can climb the tower and learn about the town history from the museum inside. There were something like twenty guilds and handicraft associations founded within the walls and each had a role ...

    Vlad is home

    A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 23, 2013

    14 photos

    ... an old fortification used to fight off the Turks in medieval times. We saw the house and room where Vlad was born, went to the torture museum which was completely pathetic...Ivan reckons he has more items of torture in his bedroom!! We walked up the clock tower which offered a magnificent view. After that there was nothing much else to do except....drink some beer, which luckily is cheap ...

    Blood Soup

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 16, 2013

    23 photos

    ... by fancy hotels, cafes and souvinir shops, all beautifully restored 16th century buildings. Bored shopkeepers gossiped in doorways. Otherwise, I had the place to myself. I guess tourists don't like to explore in wind and rain. Perfect.

    I found brief refuge from the storm in a steep covered wooden staircase built in 1642 for the schoolchildren to get up the hill easily to school. At the bottom sat a squinty old gypsy woman, flowers in one hand and the other held out ...

    Sighisoara and Sibiu

    A travel blog entry by kworld on Mar 06, 2013

    ... about watching the countryside roll past your train window. Passing field upon field, I noticed that the vast majority had burned edges or were actually smouldering away - if you are able to offer an explanation to this practice I would be untested to hear it.

    The train finally drew up at a hand-painted sign stating 'Halta Sibiu' which from my rough Romanian (read: Italian) I understand to mean the stop at Sibiu, my destination. I fell out the ...

    Sighhisoara and the Saxon Fortified Churches

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 25, 2012

    3 comments, 95 photos

    ... living in the grounds and they act as caretakers. The children seem to run riot, squirting water from plastic bottles from the tower, throwing the empty bottles down, and generally causing mischief. This arrangement is still better than no security, as, after the Saxons left, the churches were unguarded for many years, and suffered as a result. In this church the organs have been damaged, with some pipes broken and removed. Traditionally these pipes are tin, ...