holiday cottages Casa Romanita in Brasov in Romania

Casa Romanita

Your holiday house in Brasov Romania

Casa Romanita I                   Casa Romanita II



Holiday cottage in Romania, holiday in the Carpathian Mountains


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Why the private holiday Home in Brasov?
Why Vacation in Romania?
Which Resorts in Romania?
Entry into the country Romania
The Legend of Brasov
History of Brasov

Why the private holiday Home Casa-Romanita in Brasov?

The holiday cottage Casa Romanita is just 100 meters from the historic center of the city of Brasov in Romania. You can walk to the center within a few minutes or take a taxi or go by bus. Nearby there are several Restaurants. Or you can prepare the food in the kitchen itself. Meat and fresh fruits and vegetables can be purchased at the nearby market every day.

You can choose between two cottages, holiday house Casa Romanita 1 and holiday house Casa Romanita 2. Unlike to the hotel rooms, in the holiday cottages you have enough space. Holiday House Casa Romanita 1 is approximately 110 square meters and can accommodate 5 people. Holiday house 2 is approximately 80 square meters and is suitable for 4 persons.

Rooms at the Holiday cottages Casa Romanita are equipped with all comforts, so you can feel like home. A large, fully equipped kitchen, a separate living room, separate bedroom, etc. and create your own private atmosphere. Families with children can retire at night, when the kids are asleep separate.

The holiday house Casa Romanita in Brasov in the Carpathians in Romania also offers a sun terrace and a garden, barbecue and space to play. Your car can be parked in the garage.

The price of the vacation rental Casa Romanita holiday House I is 80 € per Night. At a full occupancy by 5 people, this would be 16 € per night per person. Over Christmas, New Year and Eastern, the price increases to 100 €. The smaller holiday cottage Casa Romanita House II is priced at 60 € per Night. At full occupancy of 4 people, this would be 15 € per night per person. Over Christmas, New Year and Easter, the price increases to 80 €.

Why Vacation in Romania?

Romania is an interesting holiday destination, away from the typical tourist flows in southern Europe. This country is already unknown by the most tourists. So you can explore a wonderful untouched country. Romania offers the Black Sea coast, the famous Danube Delta and the original landscape of the Carpathians. Active vacationers can hike in the stunning scenery of the Carpathian Mountains, skiing or mountain climbing. Romania offers cultural attractions in a historical costume. In the near of Brasov are some interesting Points of Interests. They are a part of the World Heritage in Romania.

Which Resorts in Romania?

There are many attractions in Romania, especially the cities of Brasov (Kronstadt) and Sighisoara in Romania. They are a part of the German and European history and were founded by German settlers. The Fortified Church in Prejmer just a few kilometers away from Brasov was recorded in 1993 by the UNESCO's to the list of world Heritage. In summery it’s are 7 churches. All seven fortified churches are easy to visit from Kronstadt.

The city Sibiu, just 100 km from Brasov, was elected in 2007 to the European capital of Culture. Everywhere to be found in the Romanian Carpathians traces of the German past and not for anything that most Western tourist traveling the region in Transylvania.

Other notable regions in Romania are the Biosphere Reserve Danube Delta. 1991 UNESCO declared the Delta to a part of the World Heritage. Friends of Nature has been selected the Danube Delta to the landscape of the year 2007/2008. Furthermore, the region attracts Bukovina with the famous Moldova monasteries. These were also included in the list of world cultural heritage.

The Photo Gallery show different shootings from Romanian regions and do mood for a holiday in Romania.

Entry into the country Romania

You can enter in Romania by land, water or air. EU citizens can travel visa-free. You need a passport or identity card. For children with a passport photo or a child passport is sufficient. All identification documents must at the time of entry and exit are valid for three months. If you enter in your own vehicle, you must carry out the car and the driver's license one green card. A journey at night should be avoided in Romania, as the roads are not always conforming to the European standard. A highway network is under construction in Romania. For the use of the Romanian road network has a vignette - Rovinieta - the so called. In case of an accident involving personal injury, the police (112) are called to the scene of the accident. Is only sheet metal damage incurred, the accident must be notified within 24 hours, the body responsible for the accident police.

Although Romania is an EU member, there are still border controls. These should be removed with an accession to the Schengen Agreement by one.

The Legend of Brasov

No region can do without their myths and legends. The city of Kronstadt do their legend of the origin of the city. It begins sometime in the 1063rd then reigned King Andrew and his son Solomon of Hungary, which fought against the Cumans, wild horsemen from the steppes of the Black Sea.

The king's son lost a battle fled into the Carpathian with his followers. The followers urged him to avoid being identified, removing his royal crown. So he put it on a fallen tree trunk, where it was found centuries later by a Saxon peasant. Here the Saxons built after the town hall tower of Kronstadt and as the emblem was selected the crown on the tree.

The Legend says that the king's son rode until a canyon with 4 large rocks. Today, the rock called of the name of King’s son (Solomon rocks) and is a popular destination for hikers. With the enemies in the back, daring the king's son of one of the rocks of despair a leap across the gorge of about 300 m. The jump was successful and so was the king's son rescued.

But the story does not end. It is reported that the king's son is still many years hidden in a cave near the present city of Brasov. To avoid being robbed, he buried a treasure somewhere under a rock in the upper suburbs. Until now, the gold and silver cannot be found and may therefore still be sought.

In fact, King Solomon was crowned king at age 5 and had to go against his uncle and his sons defend his throne over the kingdom of Hungary.

History of the town Brasov

In the years 1211 to 1225 Brasov was founded by the Teutonic Knights. In 1235 Crown / Corona / Kronstadt was first documented. The name Barasu (1252) / Brasu (1271) come to Brasov. The name Brasso / Brassow / Brass / Brasov come from the Old Slavic and meaning "clear water" or "creek".

In the 13th and 14 Century boomed Brasov and 1375 build up all of today's city center with its four neighborhoods in Corpus Christi, the Portico, Catherinae and Petri. One of the advantages of Brasov was the strategic location of the nearby Carpathian passes where crossed the trade routes between Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia. In 1335 Brasov was awarded city rights by King Charles Robert. These were extended by Ludwig I and Sigismund of Luxembourg. In the years 1241, 1278, 1285, 1345 Kronstadt suffered from the Tartars, but could expand more and more. By 1400 there were in the city over 30 guilds.

In 1392 Kronstadt Blumenau was created as a new district with its Orthodox St. Nicholas Church (1594).

From 1383 after 100 years construction, the St. Mary's Church was built. This burned down in 1689 and has since "Black Church" because the walls turned black. Today it is one of the largest Protestant churches in Europe southeast. The church has over 5 portals. The oldest is located on the west side. A fresco dating from 1477 and showing King Matthias Corvinus and his wife Beatrice of Aragon. The church is famous for its important collection of carpet, of which most copies from the 17th Century come.

The oldest church of Brasov is the Church of St. Bartholomeus or in Romanian "Biserica evangelica Sf. Bartolomeau". The construction began 1260. Eye-catching are elements of the Gothic style windows and portal frames and the remains of the mural in one of the side chapels.

1448 ordered the Hungarian King Sigismund of Luxembourg in the construction of fortifications. Until 1453, the castle was demolished on the battlements and with the material began the construction of the walls with gates and bastions. This should be protecting our city from the Turks, which attacked the city Brasov several times. Along the old city walls are nice photo opportunities, including the Catharine gate dating back to 1559, the Weaver's Bastion, the White Tower and the Black Tower.

The present Town Hall of Brasov "Casa Sfatului" was describe first time in 1420 and built of the furrier guild. After the town fire of 1689 there were numerous conversions. The 58 m high tower trumpet was built in the period between 1525 and 1528. It was served as a watchtower. The 4 balls which are located on the roof symbolize the right of the city to fill death sentences.

1498 mortgage the Hungarian King Brasov to the lord of Torzburg Castle. Today, the castle is known as the castle of Count Dracula.

1553 began the construction of the castle on Castle Hill. In the same year Brasov had 4,000 victims.

The 16th Century was marked by wars and destruction. In May 1688 the Saxons revolted against Habsburg rule. The uprising was crushed by the Austrian government and Brasov was occupied by imperial troops.

On 21 April 1689 comes to a big fire which destroyed large parts of Brasov. In 1835 was founded in Brasov the first bank in the Romania country. In 1854 open the telegraph office and in 1873 and 1879 it came to the railway connection between Vienna and Bucharest.

In the industrial boom growth the city, with the influx of workers. Brasov was occupied 1916 by Romanian troops. In 1918, after centuries as a part of the Kingdom Hungary, Brasov became Romanian. Now began the city continued to grow due to the influx of Romanian citizen. 1940 till 1944 Kronstadt became the seat of the German minority. In spring 1944 Kronstadt became a target of American air raids. In September 1944, the Red Army marched into the city and in January 1945 the deportation of young Saxons began to the USSR.

Between 1950 and 1959, Brasov was called Stalingrad. 1987 began riots as one of the first cities of Romania. Many people were arrested or disappeared without trace. Two years later, in 1989, came the collapse of the communist state. Especially the German and Hungarian minorities did emigrate to the time use of the POSSIBILITY and moved to Germany. According to the census in March 2002 lived in Brasov in 258,000 Romanians and 23,200 Hungarians and just around 1,700 people of German nationality. 2009 live in Brasov 278,048 Locals.



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Casa Romanita, Strada Lunga 218, Brasov, Romania, Phone Ro: 0040 742 337 396, Phone D : 0049 37296 920230, , Coordinates: 45.660862, 25.579252


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