Brașov is a historical city located in Brașov County, Transylvania, Romania’s heart. There are so many places to visit in the old part of the city such as: Biserica Neagră (The Black Church), Piața Sfatului (The Brașov Council Square), Cetățuia de pe Strajă (or Cetatea Brașovia) – there is an amazing view from where you can see the whole old part of the city and also, an incredible sunset.
When you arrive at Piața Sfatului, inside Casa Sfatului you can visit the Brașov County Museum of History. The tickets are very cheap so its worth a try.
Strada Sforii (The String Street) is another atraction of the city and it is considered to be one of the narrowest streets in Europe.
Also, from Tâmpa there is an incredible view of the city and you can get there by walking or by going with the cable car.
When you get at Turnul Alb (The White Tower) don’t forget to take your camera with you because there is an amazing landscape and inside the tower there is a mini-museum.
There are plenty restaurants or pubs where you can eat and some of my favorites are Festival ’39, Deane’s Irish Pub and Coffeöl. And in terms of accomodation I felt so good sleeping at Casa Postăvarului and Casa Corona.
So, don’t forget to visit the Black Church when you visit Brașov and take a long walk through the old part of the city, because you will be amazed by the wonderful arhitecture.