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Alexander P wrote a review Sep 2020
Timisoara, Romania45 contributions13 helpful votes
Even though is the city centre , it is quiet and nice , there are a lot of places where you can choose to eat, or you can just take a few moments to relax.
Date of experience: September 2020
cristina wrote a review Aug 2020
Best view you ever had❤️ full of good and nice people. There are a lot of baloons to buy for kids, a photo guy that gives u a magnet photo for just 15 lei... Perfect
Date of experience: August 2020
Adam O'Keily wrote a review Apr 2020
Dublin, Ireland27 contributions1 helpful vote
As the title says, after visiting the Old Town, this was the place where we took a break. The buildings around look great and they give you the taste of an old era.
Date of experience: August 2019
Carol A S wrote a review Apr 2020
Marietta, Georgia4,211 contributions698 helpful votes
Council Square (a.k.a. Piața Sfatului) is in the heart of old town. Brașov was an important local and international trading center in medieval times; Piața Sfatului has been holding weekly markets since 1364. The former Council House (Casa Sfatului; built in 1420) is in the middle of the square and is now the Brașov County Museum of History. The square is a good starting point for exploring the old town. A great fire destroyed most of the former walled city in 1689; it took several decades to rebuild. Piața Sfatului is surrounded by 18th-19th century houses, historic sights, museums, indoor and outdoor terraces, shops and restaurants. The square and surrounding streets are accessible at all times with no entry fee. Landmarks are beautifully lit at night.…
Date of experience: September 2019
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Brenna E wrote a review Mar 2020
Red Deer, Canada18 contributions
I lived close to the Square when I lived in Brasov. There is so much to do here,some great coffee shops and places to eat. The Black Church and Livada Postei (the bus stop) are steps away.
Date of experience: March 2020