Hotel Privo is probably the hotel with most prizes in Romania: 31 in total and most of them international! Located in Targu Mures, Hotel Privo is all about minimalism, modernism and elegance! Rooms are very spacious and the colours are neutral with spot accents of colour
“Histria Winery is right by the sea and the breeze, together with the sun (360 days a year) give special aromas to our grapes and therefore to our wines”
The concept that guided the project is the concept of the courtyard. Courtyard houses are most common in Islamic architecture. They possess very important qualities for living, governed by values such as light, air, security and intimacy.
When visiting this place you will definitely feel transported in a another world maybe from another century even, when agriculture was the most important activity, when most of the work was done manually, when people lived in close communities, when horse power literally meant horse power (1-2 depending on how many horses you had 🙂 ) and when everything was “bio”
The Haferland region is situated in Transylvania, between the famous Sighisoara and Rupea. The German name is due to the German colonists that settled here in the 12th century and who made this place their home for about 800 years.
Cocor Spa is the largest spa I have been to in Romania (at least so far), It spreads on 3 floors, each of them with a different role.
Filled with cafes, bars, restaurants and all kind of shops, you don’t know what to admire first as you are making your way through the city centre. You want to stop at each step and take a thousand photos from a thousand angles, or just sit down at one of the charming coffee shops and enjoy a coffee/drink of your choice.
…Bali Spa! It immediately made me think of the lush landscape of Ubud, the smell of incense everywhere, the thousands of temples adorned with beautiful flowers, the beautiful frangipani flowers (my favourite flowers by the way). How can you say no to this?
A photo guide to Brasov, one of the most charming cities in Romania Geographically, Brasov is situated almost in the centre…
Small cobbled streets, narrow passages, coloured houses, beautiful market squares make you fall in love with it instantly.