Inside Casa Vlad Dracul, this wondrous handicraft shop is the brainchild of self-styled 'Spoonman' Mark Tudose, who employs traditional woodcarving methods to fashion Transylvanian spoons (each with a local legend b…
Hand-stitched kitten ears, painted shoes and bags made from repurposed floppy discs… The imaginations of over 40 Romanian designers have run riot, filling this little boutique with inventive accessories and clothing…
Buy road maps for Romania and other European countries, pick up some hiking maps, or grab a drink in the cavernous cafe attached.
A little hut on the main street, opposite the church, sells a cheerful range of T-shirts, handmade jewellery, woollen rosettes, painted eggs, and ceramics.
On weekends and in high summer, this small pop-up souvenir market peddles jewellery, fridge magnets and other trinkets.
Snap up painted eggs, glass, scarves and postcards at this souvenir spot by the Bridge of Lies.
Good source for maps of Romania and books about Transylvania.