Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Brasov, Romania

We stayed in Brasov for one week, at the end of our train pass. Leaving Prague at 15:30, we did a first train to Budapest and then changed for a night train to Brasov. We arrived at 14:30 the next day. We took a few days to relax as we were exhausted. It is really hard to move like this all the time. We stayed inside the flat we rented for a few days without doing anything else than reading, researching for future destinations and watching some TV shows. On one of the last day there, we hiked Mount Tampa, up to the Brasov sign, walked in the old city and saw the narrowest street of Europe. It felt really good to be in the same city for more than 2 days.

View of Romania from the train
Some sunflowers
Some more...
First class private 2 beds cabin
Modern Romanian transportation waiting for the train to go by
 
Almost 400 meters above the city
The sign
Brasov
View from mount Tampa
Brasov sign view from the town
This is apparently the narrowest street of Europe
Map of the train route so far, at the end of the 2 months train pass.
Mountains of Transylvania
 

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