Volpe Viaggi



Come with us to the land of Count Dracula ... not far from the Hungarian border is a lot of interests such as horse or donkey in the daily operation of the car completely normal. Passing Romanian villages will attract you almost every garden, because you can notice a small oil well a giant cabbage fields. Also, popcorn is served even in the "most forgotten" village in the mountains. Come with us on an unforgettable trip through this beautiful, diverse and somewhat mysterious country that is neglected.

We recommend to your visit :
Arad-recommended tour the old town and the citadel Hunedoara castle-Corvinilor dominates the town and is the largest Gothic building in Romania. It was built in the 14th century or carved by Turkish prisoners at the site of the former Roman fortification. In the 15th century contributed to the restoration of the castle Hungarian regent Iancu de Hunedoara and his son Mathias Corvin. The castle is driven approach through a long narrow bridge over a moat. The building itself is decorated with a number of towers and turrets castle interior is rather plain and a large part of a museum.

Sighisoara is located in the historic center of Transylvania. It is a city preserved in the wall and surrounded by rolling hills - the medieval town which is built in the German style, but you will feel like in Prague. There is a birthplace of Vlad Tepes - Dracula. Sighisoara is one of the most beautiful cities in Romania and its historic center since 1999 by UNESCO. Inside the walls you will find the picturesque cobbled streets with burgher houses from the 16th century. Most sights are in the immediate vicinity of the citadel, which stands on a hill on the rock - wall dates from the 14th century clock tower with astronomical clock from the 17th century and the characters are allegorical and is law - the church of the Dominican monastery from the 16th century , the main Lutheran church and monastery there is a bust of Vlad Tepes - Dracula 's Birthplace - Birthplace medieval ruler Vlad Tepes who was born here in 1431 and lived there only 4 years old currently serves as a restaurant and bar - Piata Cetatii is the center of the old town, before there were markets, but also public executions and witch trials of stair - students - covered staircase leads from the 17th century to the church on the hill , but you have to climb 172 stairs - church on the hill - a Gothic church dating from the 14th century . Under the citadel find Orthodox cathedral which was built in 1937 and is built in the Byzantine style.

Brasov - located in the heart of Transylvania and is surrounded by the Southern Carpathians which is also called the Transylvanian Alps. Brasov was founded by wealthy German Saxons and his German name Kronstadt means " Crown City" and its Latin name is called Corona. The Communists made ​​from Brasov center of heavy industry and few people know that in the years 1950 to 1960 the town was named Orasul Stalin. On the mountain above the city of Tampa was a huge banner Stalin who is now, changed to Brasov and is similar to the Hollywood sign. One can go on foot. Above is a lookout restaurant where you have a wonderful view on the old city and its surroundings. The central square which is surrounded by walls is Piata Statului - per-view is the local town hall , opposite Merchant's palace built in the style of " Transylvanian Renaissance " mercantile houses and the Black Church - which is a Gothic Catholic landmark of the city was built in the 14 and 15 century and its the name comes from the 17th century after a fire based Austrian soldiers. Inside are beautiful organ, which have 4,000 whistles and organizes regular organ concerts . In addition, your attention is drawn around 120 Turkish carpets that hang from the gallery and the traders here were imported to the Ottoman říší.Radnice to Piata Statului the 15th century and is decorated with Hlásná tower , now it is inside the Historical Museum. Strada Sforim is one of the narrowest in Europe and features a selection of shops with souvenirs and Romanian picturesque cafes with outdoor terraces. The city walls dates from the 15th century and were built to defend against the Turks.