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Best things to do in Brașov

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“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”
37 locals recommend
Romanian Restaurant
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“Best known restaurant in Brasov for Romanian food, a lot of variety; It is a good idea to book in advance (especially in the weekend) ”
40 locals recommend
Mountain
“The Tampa mountain is a highly recommended natural place for relaxing and admiring the view of the city”
40 locals recommend
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo)
“It was built by the German community of the city and stands as the main Gothic style monument in the country, as well as being the largest and one of the most important Lutheran (Evangelical Church of Augustan Confession in Romania) places of worship in the region. Construction on it began during the late 14th century, at an unknown date . The structure was partially destroyed during a great fire set by invading Habsburg forces on the April 21, 1689 (during the Great Turkish War). Afterwards, it became known as the Black Church. A large part of the inner structure was modified during the 18th century, breaking with the original design.”
35 locals recommend
Rental Car Location
“Poiana Brasov (www.discoverpoiana.ro) is a mountain resort very popular for skiing. In the summer, the skiing mountain (Postavaru) is a beautiful hiking place as it has a wonderful 360 degree view of the surroundings. You can go on top of the mountain by foot (90 minutes) or with Kanzel Cable Installation (Program: 09:00-16:00)”
41 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Why exercise at the gym? Exercising in the middle of the nature is more fun! An adventure park for all ages”
27 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“A place for everyone or for the entire family to relax, enjoy the sun, the sauna, the jacuzzi or the water slides. Food and drinks are also available.”
14 locals recommend
Bistro
“Very good food - a mix of Romanian/French dishes, local products, it also has a terrace - book in advance during the weekend”
33 locals recommend
Church
“Is one of the oldest Gothic Church in the Europe. It resemble a lot with St. Stephen's Cathedral from Vienna, Austria.”
14 locals recommend
Bar
“It’s a place where you can enjoy the festive and friendly atmosphere, and the irish traditional meals. Also you can make some new friends.”
23 locals recommend
Route
“Rope Street is a street in Brasov that has an average width of only 123 centimeters is considered the narrowest street in Europe. If you walk through one of the two above, only one indicator with an arrow shows you passing through an intersection. Otherwise, you will not even notice it. Street history is just as exciting. It was built in the seventeenth century and was originally designed to facilitate firemen's access if needed. The street measures at its narrowest point, only 111 centimeters, and the largest one only 135 centimeters. ”
26 locals recommend
Bar
“Is located in the city center and it has a large variety of new and old music. ”
8 locals recommend
Zoo
“Inaugurated with great fast at the end of 2014, the Zoological Garden in Brasov now has three unique attractions in Romania - the Ocol, Planetarium and an extraordinary panorama of lions and tigers. The garden is at the foot of the forest. The zoo has a children's playground and several arbors where visitors can relax in the shade - a special place to eat. Visiting hours: October 1 - February 28: 9.00 - 18.00 1 March - 30 September: between 9:00 and 20:00. MONDAY is closed.”
3 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“The White tower was built in 1494 on top of a rock. Its straight side closing a semicircle faces the city. The tower has 5 stories and its height ranges between 18-20 meters, depending on the grounds it is built on. It got its name from the whitewash that coated its walls. The top is bastion shaped and the offsets from which showers of stone were dropped on the attacking enemy are still standing on its sidewalls. The entrance of the tower was so high that a ladder was needed in order to get inside. Just like the other buildings, the tower also suffered damages in the 1689 fire which were remedied only in the 1723 restoring works. According to the town defense system the tin- and coppersmiths”
11 locals recommend
Romanian Restaurant
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“Casa Tudor is a nice Romanian traditional restaurant perfect for groups but also for couples. ”
11 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Best Italian restaurant in town, highly recommended, it has a terrace, it is advisable book in advance”
19 locals recommend