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The purpose-built resort in Poiana is located 13km up the mountain from the medieval town of
the south-eastern fringes of the Carpathian mountains.
The random sprawl of hotels in the pine forests around
is short on architecture and atmosphere, but the insides are pretty spacious. Mount Postavaru
The Kanzel pub, at the top lift station, could be just about the cheapest mountain restaurant in
In the absence of a village focus, the most convenient place to stay is the Sport, Bradul and Poiana complex, three well-run hotels under the same corporate ownership less than five minutes' walk from the Bradul cable car.
Most visitors have half-board packages that include dinner in their hotels, but the touristic Sheep-Cot is a top regional attraction, with bear steaks (which can be tough and overcooked) served at communal tables in a kind of folkloric Romanian yurt.
The pubs and cellar bars in
are unexpectedly sophisticated, with a
decent range of Romanian wines on offer. Festival 39 is recommended for its
extensive cocktail list, while the Blitz Club, in a new brutalist complex away
from the centre, is the late, late choice. Brasov
© 2012 Tip Writer
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