The Black Church in Brasov

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12 Ultimate Things To Do In Brasov, Romania Not To Be Missed

Brasov has a beauty that captivates you from the moment you arrive in the largest city within Transylvania, Romania. There are numerous things to do in Brasov that can easily keep you busy for days no matter when you visit.

It’s a place that feels much like a land of fairytales with its Old Town, fortresses, churches, castles, and mountains. There is a reason that Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania.

I would recommend taking some time to explore the city and see the top Brasov attractions as it is a stunning area of Romania.

Spend at least 2-3 days in Brasov old town and even more if you plan to use it as your base to see other areas of Transylvania.

So, is Brasov worth visiting? I think so! Keep reading to find out why this charming city should be on your Romania itinerary…

Beautiful pink historic building with white trim and ornate details in the main city town square of Brasov in Romania, on of the best things to do in Brasov when visiting.

Tip: If you are interested in more places to see in and around Transylvania, then find out where not to miss in Best Places To Visit In Transylvania, Romania!

Brief History of Brasov

When you think of Transylvania, it most likely conjures up images of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, garlic, and a lot of spookiness.

I admit that is about all that I knew of this region until visiting and am a little embarrassed as there is so much more to this spectacular area of Romania.

Dracula is a mythical character, so don’t get your hopes up on bumping into him…

Brightly colored buildings of pale blue, peach, and tan along Piata Stafului, the main square in Brasov, Romania.

Brasov’s history is rich going back as far as the days of the Romans but well known for being settled by the Hungarians.

Saxon colonists followed suit by settling in Brasov during the 13th century and later the Romanians in the early 1900s.

The architecture you see in Brasov has a strong Saxon influence seen in the buildings, cobblestoned streets, and fortress.

Buildings across from Piata Stafuli (town square) in different colors in Brasov, Transylvania.

Since the fall of communism in 1989, many of Brasov’s factories closed leading to a decrease in the population.

But around the same time, tourism was introduced into Romania and has continued to boom in popularity.

It is still not considered a very touristy area but over time I’m sure that will change. Other than in nearby Bran, I never saw any kind of touristy shop which was a pleasant surprise.

Things To Do In Brasov

1. Piata Stafului (Council Square)

Piata Stafului is the main town square in the center of Brasov’s baroque style Old Town. It is a large and wide square at the heart of town life making it a great spot to sit and people watch.

The square is rather beautiful with its arc-shaped design and colorful buildings surrounding it.

The main town square or Piata Stafului in Brasov

The square is lined with the most charming shops, restaurants, and cafes that entice you to step in within minutes of arriving in Brasov old town.

In the center of Piata Stafului, is the Casa Stafului or the Council House. It was built in 1420 and currently houses the Brasov Tourist Office, the History Museum and clock tower.

Just like most medieval town squares, it is pedestrian-only and a popular spot for holiday or festival celebrations.

As you can see in the photo, it is also where the Christmas tree sits for the December holidays.

Brasov's Tourist Office and Museum with its clock tower in the center of the main square in Brasov.

In December a Christmas tree decorates Piata Stafului next to the clock tower in Brasov.

Charming and colorful buildings along Piata Stafului in Brasov, Romania.

As with many cities that have a long history like Brasov, there are unfortunately darker periods throughout the years.

During the middle ages, the square was all too familiar for public executions. The individuals persecuted were those who broke the law and those who were thought to be witches.

Another interesting tidbit about Brasov is the well-known character, the Pied Piper of Hamlin (Germany).

He was the “rat catcher” for the town of Hamlin but when people didn’t pay their bill, he would punish them by leading their children away (like the rats).

It is said that the children were sent underground and reappeared at Piata Stafului in Brasov! I’m not sure how the two towns are connected but I find it so fascinating.

2. Black Church (Biserica Neagra)

Just steps from Piata Stafului is the Black Church or Biserica Neagra that is ironically not black in color.

Built in the 1400’s, the church got its name from the “Great Fire” of 1689 and practically destroyed the town.

The fire, blackened (soot) the outside walls of the church only destroying the interior and the roof.

The restoration of the Black Church took approximately 100 years and from that point on, the name “Black Church” stuck.

View of the Black Church from Piata Stafului between colorful buildings on each side in Brasov.

The Black Church stands tall and prominent over Brasov between a pale blue building one one side and a pink building on the other.

Originally the church was in a Gothic architecture but after the restoration, the style became more Baroque in style.

It’s claim to fame is that it is the largest Gothic church between Istanbul and Vienna.

The church stands out as a powerful presence and can be seen from most areas of Old Town. Take a moment to look up and appreciate the beauty of the clock tower’s face.

I particularly love the colors and details that decorate the church’s front. Make sure that you step inside the Black Church to take in its grace and lovely architecture.

The brightly pink and blue colored buildings next to the Black Church in Brasov old town in Romania.

The Black Church is the largest Gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul, an impressive sight in Brasov.

Don’t miss out on seeing and possibly hearing the 4,000-pipe organ from 1839 that is still in use today.

It is quite impressive and if you are lucky, try to catch an organ recital every Tuesday at 6 pm. During the months of July and August, there are additional recital times on Thursday and Saturday.

Church Hours:

April – September: The church is open to visitors from 10 am to 7 pm (Tuesday thru Saturday) and 12 pm to 7 pm (Sunday and Monday).

October – March: The church is open from 10 am to 3 pm (Tuesday thru Saturday) and 12 pm to 3 pm (Sundays). Closed on Mondays. Be aware that there are days of closure for religious holidays.

Admission: The cost to visit the Black Church is 20 Lei (~ $4.40 U.S.)

3. Take A Walking Tour

One of the best ways to see a city is to explore on foot and see the sights a town offers.

I highly advise on taking a walking tour exploring the main Brasov attractions and learning about its history spanning 800 years.

There are free walking tours, private, and ones that serve wine!

But one thing they have in common is the opportunity to learn about the towns history and see incredible architecture and more.

Walking one of many lovely streets of Brasov's Old Town with strings of small lights hanging over.

There is great mural art plus graffiti on the wall of a pink building in the old town section of Brasov, Romania.

Walking tours of Brasov usually last between 2 and 2.5 hours providing plenty of great information.

Taking a tour with a local is also a great way to get a local’s perspective on the town along with with insider tips on what to do in Brasov and best places to eat.

Top Brasov Walking Tours

Free Brasov Walking Tour – Explore old town with a local on this free walking tour. But of course, make sure to tip your guide in appreciation!

Old Town Walking Tour + Top Photo Locations – Discover the best photo opportunities throughout Brasov all while learning about the fascinating history in a small group!

Candlelight Tour of Medieval Architecture – A beautiful way to view incredible medieval architecture in Brasov than by candlelight!

Brasov City Tour With Wine – After touring Brasov on foot in a small group, finish with a glass of wine!

Tip: Try to take a walking tour your first day in Brasov so you have time to revisit anywhere or try out recommendations made by your guide.

4. White and Black Towers

The White and Black Towers are forts on the fortified walls of Brasov where you can get a beautiful view of the town.

The forts are directly across from Mount Tampa and give you a much different perspective of Brasov than from up on top of Mount Tampa.

Both of the towers offer panoramic views that won’t disappoint. The towers are from the 15th century, with the White Tower being larger than the Black Tower.

The towers are separated by a short walk between the two, making it easy to visit both. The path runs parallel to a stream of running water and plenty of foliage that is a tranquil area to take a stroll.

Walking a thin paved walking path to the White and Black Towers along a small creek in Brasov.

The woods near the White and Black Towers with a view of the Black Church on the other side in Brasov.

The stone Black Tower that is actually white in color in Brasov, Romania

The White Tower (Turnul Alb) sits above the Bastionul Graft and requires you to be somewhat fit as it is a steep climb up to the tower. But if you are capable, it is worth it for the excellent view.

A little further down the path, you will come to the walkway up to the Black Tower (Turnul Negru).

But much like the Black Church, the tower is not in fact black, but white. As with the church, it got its name from the blackened soot of a fire in 1599.

View of Brasov and the Black Church from the Black Tower.

View of Brasov's Old Town including tops of buildings, the clock tower, and main town square from the Black Tower.

Tip: Make sure you visit the towers before going to the top of Mount Tampa (#5 below).

The views might seem a little bit of a let down if you go in reverse. That is because Mount Tampa is much higher up. Both are worth seeing though!

Note: The towers are a few minute’s walk from the main town square or Piata Stafului. From Piata Stafului, walk west to the street Strada Gheorghe Baritiu (runs along square) and turn left walking until you see Strada Dupa Ziduri on your right. That will lead you to the towers.

The Black Tower is open from 10 am every day except Mondays and closes at either 5 pm or 6 pm depending on the month. The White Tower is open from 9 am to 5 pm except for Mondays.

5. Hike Up Mount Tampa To “BRASOV” Sign

As you meander about Piata Stafului and look up to the east side, you will see the striking Mount Tampa looming over the town of Brasov.

It is directly across and on the opposite side of town from the White and Black Towers.

Amongst the dense forest covering Mount Tampa, a sign with the letters spelling out “BRASOV” will catch your eye with its dominant presence.

For those of you who have been to California in the United States, it might remind you of the “HOLLYWOOD” sign.

In fact, the Brasov sign is many times referred to as the Hollywood of Transylvania for this reason.

The sign is relatively new as it was placed on Mount Tampa in 2004 and one of the more unique places to visit in Brasov.

The "BRASOV" sign up on Mount Tampa with the entire hillside and town square below covered in snow is a beautiful sight.

A close up view of the "BRASOV" sign among the forest of Mount Tampa and can be seen everywhere in Brasov.

Looking straight up the mountain to see the white BRASOV letters covered in a misty fog which adds to the beauty of Mount Tampa in Brasov.

So how do you get up there you might ask? There are two ways, hike up or take the cable car up. It all depends if you want a little exercise or not.

Or if you want to mix it up, hike up and take the cable car down. Expect to spend 1-2 hours hiking up the 2-3 km to the top of Mount Tampa.

The hike itself starts just a few minutes from the town square and there are two trails that you can choose from.

Both trails are fairly easy yet they will get your heart rate up a little! The first trail is the Serpentine Trail that starts near the cable car station at the base of Mount Tampa.

Looking over the top of roofs of buildings to see the "BRASOV" sign peeking through the fog...

The Serpentine Trail follows the red triangle markers up along a winding path to the top. The other trail is the Steps of Gabony (follow yellow triangle markers) which as its name says, are a bunch of steps to the top, about 200.

Once at the top, enjoy the breathtaking views and head back down either by foot or cable car.

Cable Car Info: The Cable Car is open from 9:30 am to 5 pm daily except Monday (closed). The cost is 20 lei (~$4.40 U.S.) one way for adults or 30 lei roundtrip ticket.

Fun Tours In Brasov

6. Strada Sforii (Rope Street)

Have you ever heard of the narrowest street? Well if you were curious as to whether there is such a thing, Brasov has it.

It is believed that the Strada Sforii or “Rope Street” is the skinniest street in all of Europe. And by the looks of it, I think this might be possible.

I’m not positive but I would venture to guess that it might be one of the narrowest streets in the world. And one of the top Brasov attractions you don’t want to skip during your visit.

The sign directing you to the narrowest street in Brasov and possibly in all of Europe.

The tiny entrance to Strada Sffori or "Rope Street", the skinniest street in Brasov old town.

Located near the Schei Gate, Rope Street is in between the Strada Poarta Schei and Strada Cerului. If looking on a map, it is a short walk from the Black Church.

The tiny street was thought to have been used by firemen that would use it to cross from one street to the next.

Its not hard to see why they call this narrow street, "Rope Street" as it is very skinny and long connecting two different blocks in Brasov.

Reaching out, I could touch both sides of the wall it being so narrow between pink colored walls and cobblestone path leading to the other side of the block and one of the top Brasov attractions.

Strada Sforii is 80 meters (260 feet) in length and 134 cm (53 inches) at its widest point and 111 cm (44 inches) wide at the narrowest point.

At the narrowest point, you can easily reach your arms out and touch both sides. Besides its famous size, it is a very charming street to walk.

And if you go early enough you might have it all to yourself!

7. The Schei Quarter

The Schei Quarter is an old Romanian neighborhood. You might be wondering the significance as all of Brasov is part of Romania.

Well way back during the days of Saxon reign (13th to 17th century), people who spoke the Romanian language were banned to live outside the city walls.

They were designated to live in the area near the Schei Gate.

Wandering the charming neighborhood streets of Brasov with different colored buildings in green, pale pink, and yellow all in need of new paint.

During that time, Romanians were only allowed to enter the city during specified times and had to pay an entry toll.

That was so that they could sell their fruits and vegetables to the people within the walls.

In more recent times (1940’s), when the communist era in Romania began, the people of the Schei Quarter said no to communism.

They dug up the roads leading to town and placed a sign saying, “Up To Here, Communism, From Here On, The Schei”.

The communists left them alone as they feared what would happen to them by crossing over into the Schei.

Colorful door in old town Brasov in a burgundy red with pale orange panels of an old yellow building.

I admire their courage and bravery and think its an important part of history to take note of and honor.

Today the neighborhood is full of quaint homes and churches along cobblestoned streets that are quite peaceful.

St. Nicholas’s Church is a pretty church to visit that is the first Orthodox church in Transylvania (1493 – 1564).

8. Catherine’s Gate (medieval gate)

Included as part of the Schei neighborhood, Catherine’s Gate is very prominent and looking much like a castle with its turrets. Or a section of one that is…

This architectural style will become recognizable as it can be seen throughout Transylvania.

You will notice that Catherine’s Gate is right next to the Schei Gate with Catherine’s Gate being built first in 1559 by the Tailors’ Guild.

The Catherine Gate separates the inner Old Town of Brasov and the Schei Quarter.

On the front of the gate, Brasov’s coat of arms is clearly displayed above the arched walkway. The gate got its name from St. Catherine’s Monastery that used to be in the same spot many years prior.

The significance of the Catherine Gate is that it was the only city gate that the inhabitants of the Schei Quarter could access the city by.

9. Take a Coffee Break

Don’t fear about finding a great cup of coffee in Brasov. Throughout my travels in Romania, I was pleasantly surprised to find excellent coffee in so many places.

Whether it is hot or cold out, a good coffee just seems to hit the spot during a long day of sightseeing.

I love finding the best coffee shops when visiting a new city and Brasov is no exception.

Cafeteca has a pink outer exterior on a corner that is a lovely place to enjoy a cup of coffee in Brasov.

The first is Cafeteca that is located a few blocks off of the Piata Stafului (main town square) on Strada Apollonia Hirscher.

Their coffee is excellent and with a very cozy and great place to relax or get some work done (for those digital nomads).

Dr. Jekelius Pharmacy Cafe in Brasov really does look like a old pharmacy.

Another coffee shop that I had enjoyed but since no longer in business is Dr. Jekelius, Pharmacy Café (photo above).

But a few other fantastic coffee shop options all within walking distance of Brasov old town are:

  • Kafea
  • NOLA Coffeeshop
  • CH9 Specialty Coffee

10. Nibble on a Kurtos Kalacs

A visit to Brasov is not complete without indulging in a kurtos kalacs!

A kurtos kalacs is a cylinder-shaped sweet cake that is roasted over a spit and is undeniably so yummy especially if you eat it warm. I am salivating at the memory of eating this sweet delight.

Originally a treat from Hungary, the kurtos kalacs was eaten during festivals.

Today you can find this mouthwatering snack any day in countries such as Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic and of course Romania.

kurtos klacas in the making as it is being cooked over a hot bed of coals in Brasov.

You can find a kurtos kalacs cart in Piata Stafului of old town Brasov.

Once the rolled bread has cooked over the spit, it is rolled in sugar, butter and then spices like cinnamon. The way it is wrapped, it is easy to tear off strips to eat.

The kurtos kalacs in Brasov are quite large and can be shared, but you might want your own once you take your first bite!

The warm and delicious kurtos kalacs is a perfect nighttime treat seen being sold at this cart under hanging lights.

You can find your very own kurtos kalacs at street carts located in the main town square of Piata Stafului.

There are a few more carts to be found on the cobblestoned streets branching off of Piata Stafului so don’t worry about missing out.

11. Wander the Streets of Brasov

If you have ever been to an Old Town, you know how easy it is to starting walking and wander aimlessly through the charming cobblestone streets.

Brasov is a city that is quaint and brimming with enchantment pulled straight from a fairytale.

An unusual shaped building with what looks like half the top of the building cut out in a pale yellow color.

Brasov is a very safe city and I had no issues wandering Old Town by myself. Of course, do you use basic judgment when traveling anywhere…

It is also fun to venture out and about in the evenings especially during the holidays when the lights are shining sparkly and bright.

Nights in December are quite lovely decorated in lights!

The best part of walking without a plan through Brasov is gazing upon the striking buildings and architecture.

Many times you will be surprised at what you might find if you walk just a few blocks from the main square.

If you want to capture photos without all the crowds, go early to have the cobblestoned streets all to yourself. Well, almost that is!

12. Indulge in Local Romanian Food

I had no idea what to expect about Romanian food prior to my visit but I can say that I more than enjoyed every bite I had!

Romanian food is excellent and has traits from Hungarian, German, Russian, Polish and Turkish cuisines blended to their own specialties.

And if you enjoy pairing food and wine, this dining experience with a sommelier is a treat!

Delicious Romanian food sarmale
Delicious Romanian food Sarmale

Many Romanian dishes will likely have sauerkraut, sour cream, polenta and/or garlic. I was in heaven with all the garlic…

The one local tradition that you must try is Sarmale that is cabbage leaves filled with minced meat (usually pork), rice, and spices.

Sarmale is served with sauerkraut and fresh sour cream. I am not a fan of sour cream in the U.S., but in Romania, the sour cream is incredibly good!

Hot Romanian Soup, Ciorba de Burta (beef tripe soup)
Hot Romanian soup, Ciorba de Burta

Another popular dish is Mici that are grilled minced meat that looks much like sausage links from home.

If it is cold out, Ciorba de Burta (beef tripe soup) will warm you up with its tasty flavors with the addition of sour cream, vinegar and garlic paste.

Romanian meat and onions to nibble on as an appetizer
Romanian meat and onions to nibble on as an appetizer

There are so many more amazing dishes, but those are a few that are essential to try when visiting Brasov.

If you have a sweet tooth, the ultimate dessert to try is Papanasi. I was blown away with the incredible taste and have decided this might be my favorite dessert that I have ever had.

Papanasi is the most delicious dessert!
Papanasi is the most delicious dessert at Le Ceaun!

Papanasi is somewhat similar to a donut and a beignet but much better as it has fresh sour cream and luscious fruit preserve poured on top of the fried dough.

The dough is also filled with soft cheese. The combination of these ingredients is mind-blowing!

Restaurants In Brasov

Below are a few wonderful places to eat in Brasov that you don’t want to miss especially if you are looking for a traditional meal.

Sergiana: Romanian and European food. A great place to get traditional Romanian food.

Le Ceaun: Serves local Romanian and European food that serves excellent food and is the only place you should be getting Papanasi! I tried Papanasi at a few places and it was the best here.

Ceasu’ Rau: Located a little way out of town, this restaurant also has traditional Romanian and European food.

No better way to start the day than at Luka's

Luka: This is a walk up and take-out that offers fresh bread and pastries that are perfect for that breakfast or snack on the go.

It is great to grab one as you walk around wandering the beautiful streets of Brasov. My two favorite are haiducesc and covigel.

Haiducesc is fresh bread with melted cheese, onions and warmed ham. Covigel is a pretzel filled with melted chocolate. Pure heaven…

The sensational covigel and haiducesc...
The sensational covigel and haiducesc…

Accommodation In Brasov

I recommend staying along Piata Stafului (main town square) or as close to it as possible so that you are in walking distance of all the Brasov attractions.

I am so happy that I chose to stay Casa Wagner that sits right on Piata Stafului which is the center of everything to see and do in Brasov’s Old Town.

Casa Wagner is one of the oldest buildings in Brasov right along the main town square and a lovely accommodation in Brasov.

Casa Wagner was very clean, comfortable and a charming 25 room hotel that looks out onto the square. The hotel has been around since 1477 and is one of the first buildings along the square.

Staying here, you are just steps from all the sights to see. To prepare for your stay, check Casa Wagner’s availability here.

A few other excellent places to stay in Brasov that are located on or near the main square are:

Bella Muzica
Vila Katharina

Where Is Brasov Located?

Brasov is located practically in the center of Romania in the region of Transylvania. You might not have heard of Brasov but I bet you are quite familiar with Transylvania!

About 2.5 hours north from Bucharest, Brasov makes for a wonderful destination to visit from Romania’s capital.

It is also just a 4-hour drive from the coast of the Black Sea (2 hours further than Bucharest). And within a short drive of Brasov are the Bucegi Mountains that has excellent hiking or further north the Carpathian Mountains.

Brasov really is a wonderful central location as a base to stay and venture out to the rest of Transylvania.

How To Get To Brasov

Brasov is pretty easy to get to from most cities in Romania by car, train or bus as Brasov is the most visited city in Romania after Bucharest.

Brasov is 170 miles (~ 106 miles) from Bucharest that takes about 3 to 4 hours depending on traffic.

As I visited in December I didn’t want to drive in the snow, so I took the train from Bucharest to Brasov.

After arriving at the train station in Brasov, it is just 10-15 minutes by Uber to Old Town. Both buses and trains arrive at the Brasov Railway Station.

I found it quite difficult to book a train ticket online so I went to the train station a few days before I wanted to leave and bought my ticket.

Beauty in the random graffiti art

To check the train schedule from Bucharest’s Gara de Nord railway station, click here. The train ride will take 2.5 to 3 hours.

Tip: If you are visiting during peak summer months or on a holiday, I recommend getting your ticket ahead of time as trains do sell out.

When To Visit Brasov

Brasov is a beautiful town in Transylvania to visit during any season but keep in mind that they get fours seasons. If you are looking for warmer weather, Spring through Fall will be ideal.

The summer will have the warmest temperature ranging from 19 C to 22 C (66 F to 70 F).

Since Brasov is at a higher elevation, it will be a little cooler than say Bucharest and the areas along the Black Sea.

Full moon one evening

The winters can be pretty cold and brutal, yet gorgeous covered in snow. Just be prepared and dress in warm clothes as it is not unheard of to get as cold as – 15 C.

I visited Brasov the first week of December and loved it. Brasov was completely white with snow, making it a lovely winter wonderland.

The holidays add a bit of fun and festivity to Brasov

I would recommend going in the fall or early part of winter as I think it is such a pretty time to go. In the fall you will see the changing of the leaves.

And in early winter it isn’t too cold yet you get to experience the snow and the holiday season decorations.

I also think this time of the year adds a little bit to the spookiness and allure of Transylvania’s tales!

What Currency Is Used In Romania?

Although Romania is part of the European Union (EU), the currency used is the Romania Lei (RON) throughout the country.

If you book things online ahead of time or at certain hotel chains, you might be able to pay in Euros. Just don’t count on it!

At some point Romania will convert to using the Euro for their currency but until then, plane on using the Romania Lei (RON).

Once you arrive in Romania, you can exchange money at the airport or at exchanges in most cities. I do know that Brasov has small exchanges that can be found in Old Town.

Tip: When getting cash out of an ATM, ALWAYS “decline the conversion” for the best exchange rates. You can still get cash out when declining.

A beautiful cobblestone street in Brasov old town with colorful buildings, restaurants, and hanging lights above.

But Before You Go…

After spending some time in Brasov, explore the many beautiful and magical places in the rest of Transylvania that includes castles, charming medieval towns, and more in the best places to see in Transylvania!

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Thought of traveling to Transylvania in Romania? Braşov is an Old Town in the heart of Transylvania that is straight out of a fairytale full of beauty, the Black Church and medieval architecture. Follow this guide to find out the ultimate things to do in Braşov even in snowy winter! #brasov #romania #transylvania #romaniatravel

Vanessa Shields

Vanessa Shields is the founder of Traveling Ness helping people with trip ideas, itineraries, travel planning, and boosting confidence for female travelers to take a solo trip. She has been a travel writer and content creator since 2019.

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes, all of Romania is so beautiful but especially Brasov. I’m so glad you enjoyed visiting it too as it has so much to offer visitors. 🙂

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