There is no point of keeping images in the hard-disk. So I have decided to publish more images of my past travels on my blogs.
In the past, I had written couple of articles about Brasov and its food culture.
And this article contains another set of photographs of this cute and vibrant city. I believe these images deserve to be published on my blog. I used my old CANON 450D to capture the beauty of the Romanian city.
I used Photoscape to edit these pictures.
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Have you been to this pretty city ?
Welcome to Brasov, a Romanian city which will charm you with its medieval Saxon walls, Gothic-style Black Church, castles and cosy cafes.
Although Braosv is not as popular as big European cities such as London and Paris, it still manages to attract thousands of tourists every year. I was there for few days and was completely mesmerised by its beauty. From bar-hopping to sight-seeing, I ensured that I leave nothing behind in exploring this city, which is surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains.
I spent few hours at Town Hall Square (Piata Sfatului), quenched my thirst with famous Romanian beer Ursus and watched the surrounding structures.
I took a cable car to the Tampa Mountain and enjoyed the breathtaking views of Braosv.
Recommended places: Take some time out and visit Sergiana restaurant. Their food is utterly buttery delicious.
Dr. Jekelius – Pharmacy Cafe: Perfect ambiance. So is the drink.
Festival 39: It is all about good ambiance and amazing crowd.
Excellent climate and friendly people made me fall in love with this charming city. 🙂
I can guide you on how to get a Romanian visa here.
Well, it is not easy for Indian tourists to get a Romanian visa notwithstanding the fact that the country is not yet part of the Schengen zone.
If you have an US/UK/Schengen visa, it might help you to get a tourist visa. If not, then expect the worst. If you are an individual and heading to Romania, then it is best to consult a travel agency. I will recommend Udaan India.
The information you get on the Romanian Embassy site is not sufficient.
I approached them with all valid documents, but they refused to accept it, saying I need a sticker on my visa application, which has to be generated electronically – a process only travel agents know. Besides, an invitation from your friend/family members is a must. Finally, I approached an agent and got my visa approved in 7 days.
So I would say it is better to approach a travel agent rather than depending on embassy officials.