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As a wonderful holiday destination, Ana Hotels Sport offers many attractions in Brasov as the joy of winter sports, mountain routes and the beautiful views during a cable car ride to Mount Postavaru. Discover Romania and Transylvania with the famous Bran and Peles castles, the ambiance of the medieval cities of Brasov and Sibiu, as well as the dream landscapes with springs, waterfalls and natural lakes located deep in the mountains.

The Black Church

The Black Church is located within walking distance of Council Square in Braşov and is the largest gothic landmark between Vienna and Istanbul.

The thick walls of this Lutheran church were blackened by an aggressive fire in the 17th century, yet still echo the concerts of the Buchholz Berlin organ. The church also features an impressive collection of 120 Turkish carpets, dominates the interior.

St Nicholas Cathedral

This orthodox cathedral, dominating Braşov with its impressive dimensions, is an important spiritual and cultural centre now, as it was in medieval times.

First built out of wood in 1392 and then out of stone in the 16th century by the Wallachian prince Neagoie Basarab, the church was redecorated a few centuries later in a beautiful Byzantine style. The interior stands out through frescos depicting Romania’s last royal family and a wonderful collection of ancient icons.

Museum of the First Romanian School

Located next to St Nicholas Cathedral is the home of the first Romanian school, where the first Romanian religious books were printed.

Visitors can view a unique textbook collection from the 15th century, a Russian bible printed a century later, and the flag used in the coronation ceremony of King Ferdinand of Romania in 1922.

Coliba Haiducilor (Outlaws’ Hut)

The most popular traditional restaurant in Poiana Braşov offers the medieval ritual of preparing dishes following traditional country recipes.

Set in a traditional Romanian ambiance filled with history, the restaurant offers authentic recipes and delicious ingredients, stored in a cupboard and a cellar full of pickle jars.
Cuisine: Romanian
Recommendations: dinner, open until late, reservations, group bookings

Bistro Millenium

Contemporary and entertaining, this special destination on 14 Negoiu Street is a mix between a restaurant and a pub, and offers great music, fine drinks, and delicious dishes

The restaurant is ideal for a filling lunch with friends, or a coffee while working on your laptop on the beautifully decorated terrace outside, which turns into a small green haven in the summer.
Cuisine: International
Recommendations: breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, cocktails, reservations, group bookings

Mount Kanzel

Experienced ski enthusiasts will love the great views from the 1,700 meter high Mount Postăvaru, and more than 25 kilometers of ski slopes covered in fresh snow.

Following an ascent to the top of the Kanzel slope in a cable car or the lifts, visitors can challenge themselves in a long descent through the fir forests. The cozy ambiance at Kanzel Pub, located within walking distance, is ideal for a well-deserved break before getting back on the slopes.

Mount Tâmpa

Braşov is dominated by this massive presence, offering fantastic views from the top.

The mountain that saw the first defense fortress of the city now features a Hollywood-inspired sign that reads ‘Braşov’. Following a cable car ride to the top of the mountain (or a hike starting from Mount Postăvaru in Poiana Braşov, and heading through Mount Cristianul Mare in the Tâmpa Mountains), visitors are treated to a spectacular view of the entire city.

Natural Wonders

A trip along the highest peaks of the Carpathian Mountains, or to the well-known Transfăgărășan, reveal a land of wonder and captivating views. The world-renowned winding road that meets small waterfalls on its way along the Transfăgărăşan and up to the Bâlea Lake offers simply breathtaking views.

A trip to Băile Tuşnad reflects the natural beauty of mountain springs and lakes, while the Red Lake in the Bicazul Valley is a quiet little paradise surrounded by mountains.

The Rossignol Club

Located at the base of the ski slope in Poiana Braşov, this shop offers sports equipment from the renowned French brand Rossignol.

Ski, snowboarding, Nordic walking and hiking enthusiasts have access to a wide range of Rossignol equipment and accessories to complement their mountain gear.

The Himalaya Shop

The large space full of ski, escalading, climbing, trekking and hiking equipment and accessories is every mountain lover’s dream, whether they are looking for special or sports equipment.

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