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vineri, 13 iunie 2014

Special Offer - Charming apartment close to Kronstadt, Brasov, Romania








Charming self catering holiday accommodation in Busteni Prahova Valley, near Kronstadt (Brasov) Romania. 
The Apartment Luxor is a cosy 3 stars holiday apartment located in the heart of Carpathian Mountains in Busteni mountain resort.
Luxor holiday apartment is just 45 km away from Dracula Bran Castle.
Only 40 euros/night/apartment 3 rooms.
Minimum stay 4 nights.
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luni, 6 mai 2013

Luxor Apart next to Prahova Valley’s castles and monasteries, Romania




Travel Romania on a Cheap Budget is what travelers always looking for thise days.
You can visit the Prahova Valley and be accommodated in the cosy Luxor Apartment located in the town of  Busteni.
Let us help you book an accommodation at affordable prices.
60 euros/night/apartment 3 rooms, 
minimum 3 nights.



marți, 9 aprilie 2013

Apartment Luxor Busteni Romania







This lovely accommodation apartment Luxor Busteni in Romania is set on the ground floor of a blockhouse in Busteni. The rental sleeps up to six people and is just one kilometre from Cantacuzino Castle.



This adorable Romania apartment in Busteni has two bedrooms, one with a king size bed and wardrobe, and the other with a king size bed. There is an elegant bathroom with bathtub. The cosy living area of this accommodation apartment Luxor Busteni in Romania contains a sofa bed, armchairs, coffee table, dining table with chairs, DVD player, wi-fi and a TV with satellite.
This property also benefits from street parking and heating.
This accommodation apartment Luxor Busteni in Romania is located just behind the Hotel Silva, where our guests can enjoy large indoor sports facilities such as soccer, badminton, volleyball and handball. Bran Castle (which is also known as the Dracula’s Castle) is only 45 kilometres away. Busteni enjoys many ski slopes, and also some wonderful churches, monuments, museums and castles.
60euro/night/apartment 3 rooms, minimum 3 nights.




 

60 euros/night/apartment 3 rooms, 
minimum 3 nights.

Busteni is a small mountain town in the Prahova Valley, at the base of Bucegi Mountains. It is one of the most popular mountain resorts, offering spectacular views, with lots of year-round tourism opportunities, ranging from skiing to mountain climbing.

Winter Season: December - April.
Directions: It can be reached by car driving along the DN 1 road (129 Km from Bucharest, 35 Km from Brasov) or by train on the Bucharest - Brasov route.

Prahova Valley


Prahova Valley connects Transylvania and Wallachia, being a real tourist attraction. This is due primarily to the upgraded road E60, and railways, which have facilitated the access of people in the area.Prahova Valley starts at the exit from Brasov to the city Campina (Prahova County). Between the two cities, a significant linear urban group has developed: Predeal, Azuga, Busteni, Poiana Tapului, Sinaia, Comarnic, Posada and Campina town.

Human objectives that annually attract thousands of visitors are:
Hunting Museum of Posada: the only museum of this kind in Romania, bringing together an impressive collection of stuffed exhibits and hunting weapons.
Turret Hunting House: it was the first home of King Ferdinand and Queen Elizabeth. Today the building is included in State Property, being used for protocol. The building is not open to the public.

Peles Castle: built between 1873-1883 during the reign of Charles I, it represents a magnet for tourists transiting the area. In the 160 rooms of the castle it is exposed a great art collection – more than 2,000 paintings.
Pelisor Castle: it was built by Charles I to King Ferdinand and Queen Mary. The castle has 90 rooms which are distinguished by refinement and simplicity.
The Royal Station in Sinaia: built between 1930-1939, the station was designed exclusively for the royal family and its guests. In 1933, the prime minister Ghica was assassinated by Iron Guard members on the station platform.

Sinaia Monastery: built in the seventeenth century, it is the first building in Sinaia resort area. An impressive collection of old books and icons, objects is accommodated within the walls of the monastery. Sinaia monastery attracts thousands of pilgrims annually.
Sinaia Casino: it was built after the architecture of Monte Carlo Casino. Theconstruction began in 1912 and was completed in 1913. In 1947 and during the communist period the casino was closed.
George Enescu Memorial House: located in Sinaia, it is the birthplace of Enescu’s musical work.
In winter, the snow thickness and air temperature promotes tourism and the opening of the ski slopes. The most famous ski slopes are:
 
Kalinderu ski slope from Busteni town, found in the administration of Busteni City Hall. Situated at the foot of Caraiman Mountains, with a medium degree of difficulty, it has a length of 1300 m. It is the most modern slope of the country, with artificial facility to generate snow.
Sorica slope of Azuga town has a length of 2100 m, 50 m wide, on the entire length of slope being installed cannons for artificial snow. The slope is also night-lit.
Cazacu slope of Azuga has a length of 400 m, is not nocturnal, but with facility to generate artificial snow.

Predeal ski slopes: Clabucet, Cocosul, Subteleferic, Clabucet Sosire, Clabucet Varianta.
Sinaia ski slopes: Sinaia, Carp and Dor Valley.
Sinaia slope is located at the highest altitude, over 2000 m, which makes skiing to take place from December until mid-May (depending on climatic parameters). The length of the slope, as well as the altitude offer tourists unforgettable landscapes, but also the possibility that in addition to skiing one could practice snowboarding, ATV and so on.
Whether you are just in transit or on vacation, try to make the most of Prahova Valley offers and enjoy the beauty of the landscape!

Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania


Fringed by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania.

Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels*, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance and has been used as backdrop in many recent period films.
The location of the city at the intersection of trade routes linking the Ottoman Empire and western Europe, together with certain tax exemptions, allowed Saxon merchants to obtain considerable wealth and exert a strong political influence in the region. This was reflected in the city's German name, Kronstadt, as well as in its Latin name, Corona, meaning Crown City (hence, the coat of arms of the city which is a crown with oak roots). Fortifications were erected around the city and continually expanded, with several towers maintained by different craft guilds, according to medieval custom.

The Council Square 


The Saxons built massive stone walls and seven bastions around the city that are still visible today, as well as ornate churches, elaborately trimmed buildings and one of the finest central squares in the country, said to be the spot to which the legendary Pied Piper led the children of Hamlin. Located at the heart of old medieval Brasov and lined with beautiful red-roofed merchant houses, the Council Square, known to the Saxon population as the Marktplatz, is a nice place to rest and soak in the beautiful scenery.

In the centre of the square stands the Old Town Hall (1420), now home to Brasov's History Museum, while the southeast corner is dominated by the town's most famous landmark, the Black Church. Around the square, you'll find the renaissance-style Merchant's House (now the Cerbul Carpatin restaurant), the beautiful archway of the Orthodox Cathedral and the memorial museum of the Mureseanu family. In late summer, the Golden Stag (Cerbul de Aur) music festival takes place here.

Poiana Brasov

Where: 5 miles SW of Brasov 





A 15-minute drive or 30-minute bus ride from Brasov leads to Poiana Brasov (3,300 feet), a mountaintop ski and summer resort. During winter months, Poiana Brasov offers some of the best skiing in Romania. In the summer, it is a great place for hikers to launch treks into the Southern Carpathian Mountains. For a panoramic view of Brasov and the more distant Bucegi Mountains, take the cable car to the summit of Postavarul Mountain (5,756 feet).

Dracula Castle



 

Bran Castle is popularly known as Dracula's Castle, through the Real, Vlad Tepes, never lived in this castle. This castle is not among Romania's most beautiful castles, but its association with the most famous vampire legend makes Bran its best known, and, understandably, one of the country's most popular tourist attractions.

Despite its disappointing lack of strong connection to Dracula, Bran neverthelles makes an excellent destionation. Interest in Dracula has encouraged castle administrators to make Bran accessible for visitors.

English-language information at the Bran Castle website provides directions for getting to the castle and other valuable instructions for travelers to Romania and the Brasov region.

Visitor to Bran Castle will learn about what connection Bran has with Dracula its role as a medieval fortress and royal residence, and facts about related history.