Pension Am Schneiderturm

Address: Strada Zidul Cetati Nr 4, Sighisoara, Transylvania, 545400, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Strada Zidul Cetati Nr 4, 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

      We had not intended to visit too much of Romania. We had heard too many scary stories of gangs of thieving gypsies, the marauding Russian Mafia and a generally sick country still not yet fully recovered from having been economically raped by Ceausescu. But when we announced that we were in Bucharest, a friend from FB piped up and told us, quite …

      Interesting Romania

      A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 03, 2014

      ... in the village are Evangelical with 60 over the age of 70 and this church is high up on a hill.

      Lunch was in a farmhouse in the village of Malancrav where we enjoyed traditional organic Romanian dishes, schnapps, homemade white wine, soup, chicken casserole, polenta with home made sausage and a special cake. After consuming the above as well as beer, Heather was convinced she could see a rabbit at the back fence, Al agreed but a ...

      Driving to Transylvania

      A travel blog entry by liliflynn on Jul 03, 2014

      6 photos

      ... wagons and Danish caravan convoys. Standard overtaking procedure required blind faith that there was no oncoming traffic and accelerate aggressively through the winding turns. Shortly after arriving at Sighisoara, Rose and I were exploring the Old Town, a well preserved village within city walls, complete with clock tower and citadel. Hiking to the citadel on top of the hill required walking through an eerie graveyard, giving a very Transylvanian feel to the ...

      Day 5: Sighisoara and overnight to Budapest

      A travel blog entry by timheading on Nov 05, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... the toilet much to his and my surprise. Needless to say money was requested so I gave him all my Romanian small change and, as a special treat, a worthers original sweet. I'd previously offered worthers to some Roma children who were pestering me for money but they were very dismissive, maybe they are sick of them. The train was 30min late, which is actually quite punctual for this place, I boarded and was shown to my cabin in which I was the sole ...

      Climbing a mountain

      A travel blog entry by grazzaandquinny on Aug 23, 2011

      ... probably not blood sucking) so every tiny cobbled road we took was lined with every piece of Dracula merchandise you could imagine. We visited the museums, climbed the clock tower, visited the church looking over the town and then decided after about two hours that we wanted to get away. Why? There were too many tourists and everywhere we looked there were beautiful mountains that were just asking to be climbed.
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