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You can take the cable car to the top which cost about $5 and from there a 10 minutes walk to the top where the sigh with the name of the city is. Great panoramic views of the city and a refreshing walk thru the...More
The ride withthe cable car costs around 18 lei for the round trip and it lasts like 2 3 minutes. After you gotthere you can climb upto the brasov sign or on the highest place of the mountain. Make sure you take some comfortable shoes...More
On the insistence of a local friend we went up to the Tampa mountain which is where the BRASOV sign is installed much like Hollywood and the walk up is super refreshing. Once you reach up and go towards the sign - Brasovs architecture and...More
Walked few times...loved it! It makes you feel more connected to yourself. Its trees encourages you through the serpentines. Looks like a challenge and helped me feeling released, more energetic, much joyful. Give it a try and...don't forget the Selfie up there, with an amazing...More
Definitely one of the things you need to do if you visit Brasov. The views are stunning. You have the option of walking up and / or down, or the cable car. Little to do at the top. They closed the restaurant last year but...More
There are a few options for getting to the top of Mount Tâmpa: choice of three different trails through the woodlands or a cable car. We took the cable car which was around £4 for both ways though we ended up walking down. The queue...More
What a great way to kick off the week in Transylvania!
Brasov is a comfortable and easy city to navigate, staying in the old town center definitely is a great move. Waking up just before the sunrise, I stopped by a coffee window and grabbed...More
Take the cable car up to the top of Mt Tampa (18 lei return) and walk through the cafe to the start of the path. It's an easy climb, unless you're mobility impaired. The path is rocky limestone and a bit slippery so be aware...More
I wouldn't say the place is hard to find, the hill itself is highly visible and the entrance at the bottom is well marked.
As for the service, it could very well be improved, but you can easily ignore the buzzkill.