Înălțimea: 960m (după unele surse 995m), la aproape 400m deasupra orașului.
⭐️ almost entirely surrounded by the city of Braşov ⭐️a story has it that there was a tunnel connecting Casa Sfatului with a cave under Șaua Tâmpei, ⭐️after Braşov was renamed Orașul Stalin (see List of places named after Stalin), the authorities started planting fir trees, so that the word "STALIN"…
Tâmpa - nature reserve where you will find 35% of the butterfly species in Romania Tâmpa mountain is one of the main tourist objectives of the city of Brașov. It is about 950 meters long and once you get there you will have the opportunity to see the most beautiful view over the city. Mount Tâmpa is…
A must-see for anyone visiting Brasov! Go to the top of Mt. Tampa for an amazing view of the city and the surrounding mountains. You can either hike up to the top (the hiking path from the Racadau neighborhood is my favorite route) or take the cable car.
A small mountain next to the old city center, where you can admire the views on the whole city and the nature. Accessible either by foot or cable car.
“Nice cinema (Cinema One) Big supermarket (Auchan) Big foodcourt and other coffee shops Events and activities free of charge Nice stores Playing ground for kids (indoor and outdoor) for free”
“Can be reached from the old town via stairs (not for the faint of heart). Offers great panoramas over the old town. Two small towers keep watch over old Brasov from the Warthe hill on the northern side of the city: the so-called White and Black towers. While not identical (the white tower, above, is much larger) - were nevertheless built at the same time, late in the 15th century.”
“A sporting and recreational activity in the open air, an enjoyable way to spend your free time with family and friends. Brasov Parc Aventura is an outdoor recreational park filled with ziplines, tightropes, emotion, courage, adrenalin, fun, strength and skill; it's the place where you can overcome your limits and your fear of height and increase self-confidence.”
“ The Black Church has a six-ton bell the biggest in Romania. , An impressive 4,000 pipe organ built in 1839 by Carl August Buchholz (1796–1884) which is played during weekly concerts. ”