'If there is one word, which characterizes this guide to Transylvania it has to be 'enthusiasm'. Lucy Mallows' interest dates back to her early childhood when her mother read to her from fairy stories written by Queen Marie of Romania. She first visited Transylvania in 1997 and now, after repeated visits clearly driven by her love and fascination for the place, she has written one of the first guides to Transylvania to be published in English. Her passion for the place shines through the pages of her guide, generating interest and curiosity on the part of the reader'. - The Budapest Times
Transylvania is a wild, wooded, intensely romantic region, filled with mountains, gorges and valleys, myths and legends, dragons, bears, wolves and vampires. This guide covers a whole range of attractions and gives full details of practicalities i?? accommodation, eating out and transport. Discover old Saxon merchants' towns such as Brasov, Sibiu, Cluj, Medias and Sebes; impressive citadels like Sigisoara, Brasov, Hunedoara and Dracula's home at Bran. The villages of the historic Szekely region have been untouched for centuries, and there are many Dacian and Roman monuments to explore.
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