Visit Brasov By Night
Minimum age is 18 years.
- Black Church
- Church of the Assumption of Mary
- Basilica of Saint Peter
- Jewish Synagogue
All about the trip
When you are planning to visit Romania, it is a must to stop in Brasov, one of the most beautiful Transylvanian cities. From here you have the advantage of being very close to Bran Castle (approximately 20 miles/27 km south-west) plus you get to live a unique experience discovering the medieval city. Brasov was founded in 1235 by the Saxon and Hungarian nobility, moved on this part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire by the Hungarian king Andrew I, 24 years before, together with the Teutonic Knights to help each other building fortresses to protect the southern border of the empire and stop the Tartar invasion. The very first name of the city was Kronstadt (The Crown City), changed several times until they decide to stick to Brasov (that happened by the end of the 17th century). Your tour covers all the major tourist attractions under the moonlight which gives a different perspective of all baroque structures: The Black Church and Katherine’s Gate, medieval buildings surrounding the Council City Square - all this incorporated in an exclusive tour.What Wikipedia Says Watch on Youtube
What is (and what is not) included in the price
- Professional guide
- Entrance fees
- Parking fee
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup a drop-off
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We hand-pick experiences for you and constantly check their quality.
We guarantee the same price as the organising agency with no hidden fees.
Our cancellation terms are fair – we tell you about things just as they are.
All our prices are the same as from providing agencies. With the benefit of extra care, easier payment and cancellation policy.
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