Gheorghe Dima State Philharmonic
Opposite the historical museum is the Renaissance Hirscher House (built 1539–45), also known as the ‘Merchants House’. It was...
Braşov’s main landmark, the Black Church is the largest Gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul, and still used by German Lutherans...
This wide square, chock with cafes, was once the heart of medieval Braşov. In the centre stands the 1420 council house (Casa Sfatului),...
This place stages creative shows for kids on Sundays.
Keller Steak House
One of Braşov's premier steakhouses, you can eat inside its ochre interior or tackle your sirloin outside on the terrace. Steak and...
Lonely Planet review
Performing mainly between September and May, this orchestra has a fine reputation.