Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle)
With a spectacular look and a bloody legend that give you goosebumps, Dracula’s Castle is the most visited tourist attraction in Romania. Located between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains on the Transylvania Alps, at 30 km from Brasov, the Castle is an architectural jewel, a former fortress built in 1212, which often hosts parties with creepy themes, especially on Halloween night.
Peles Castle, Sinaia
Peles Castle or The Pearl of the Carpathians is the first castle entirely electrified in Europe and also the most famous royal residence in R omania. The building covers 3,200 square meters and is an attraction of great interest thanks to its 170 rooms, 30 bathrooms,the indoor elevator, vacuum and central heating, which dates from 1875 to 1914. Near the castle stands the Pelisor castle and other big tourist attractions.
Council Square – Brasov
Marktplatz in German, The Council Square has been holding annual market gatherings since 1364, merchants from all over the country and from abroad being present at these events. As the city of Brasov, the square has a rich history from medieval times, told through the different aspects that have remained until nowadays. The Council Square is a place to relax, admire the surroundings and maybe have a coffee or a cold drink during summertime, when many cafes are aligned along the square, in open space.
Black Church – Brasov
The Black Church is one of the most representative monumentof Gothic architecture in Romania, dating from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. With 89 meters long and 38 meters wide, she is considered the biggest church in Romania and also “The biggest church between Vienna and Constantinople“.