One week trip in Covasna, Romania
Hi, everybody, I want to share with you, one of the most outstanding week of my life spent in a trip to Covasna. Covasna is situated almost at the center of the country, about 500 km from my hometown Oradea. It was a trip what a got from the university like a bonus for my good marks as many other students.
I had the glad to go in this vacation with one of my best friend Dan who also got this trip ticket. We traveled with the train about 10 hours, and we can’t sleep because of some peoples in our compartment, so we arrived really tired but extremely happy to Covasna.
The town is just amazing, designed for tourism, all the shops, restaurants, hotels was built just around the center of the city. About the population what can I say it’s that the 90% of the people are Hungarians however we are in the center of Romania, everywhere you go, you are free to talk in Hungarian everybody will understand.
We was accommodated in a 3 star hotel room, not the nicest hotel I ever seen but it was enough for us.
After a good sleep we just find out the other students in that hotel and we became really fast a happy and always joking gang. After this day all we do we do together. We had some nice trips near Covasna, but in Brasov and Saint Anna Lake also. In every evening we played mime and other stupid games just to have fun, till 4 o’clock. It was an amazing trip, at the beginning of the week, nobody knows nobody, at the end of the week we made really strong friendships.That was just a short introduction, if you interested in please read my other articles related with this vacation about the places we visited.
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1. Jun 15, 2008 One week trip in Covasna (Covasna) ( 23)
2. Jun 16, 2008 Visiting the Castle of the Fairies in Covasna (Covasna) ( 16)
3. Jun 22, 2008 Visiting Saint Ana Lake (Tusnad) ( 11)
4. Jun 23, 2008 Visiting Brasov (Brasov) ( 58)
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Return to CovasnaVisiting the Castle of the Fairies in Covasna
Recommended Brasov Guide
The museum hosts a rich collection of Romanian and foreign furniture dating 14th-19th centuries The castle sits high atop a 200 ft. tall rock overlooking the picturesque village of Bran. On the grounds below there is an open-air ethnographic museum of old village buildings with exhibits of furniture, household objects and costumes. Because of Dracula’s legend Americans and British come here by the thousands every year especially for Halloween as the castle is the best place to feel the true spirit of this holiday. Tourists coming here for the first time with the legend in their mind, approach the castle with anxiety. The castle can be... Read more »
Recent reviews for Covasna
Return to Covasna - Jun 27, 2009, by danpop
As I pictured in the previous journal, “Story of a summer fun”, the camp in Covasna, in the summer of 2008 was indeed something special: places that make you speechless, new friends that know how to have fun, and above all a... Read more »
Covasna, a Little Wonder in Romania - Jun 21, 2009, by danpop
11,369. This is the number of inhabitants of this city, in 2002. That doesn’t stop this city situated at an altitude of 550-600 meters to be the biggest center in Romania for treatment of heart diseases. Filled with hotels and health... Read more »
Visiting the Castle of the Fairies in Covasna - Jul 21, 2009, by asterix
We organized a trip from Covasna to a place called The Castle of the Fairies, near Covasna. We just had it on foot but it was really long way. But we was always happy, we just joke and laugh and singing all the way. Also we shot many... Read more »
Covasna camp adventures - Jun 21, 2009, by danpop
I want to write a bit about the “adventure” happened on the way to the camp that became the coolest camp I have ever been to. It was in June, 2008 when, being at Masters at the University of Oradea I filled out a demand to a... Read more »
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