Bienvenido a la casa de huéspedes de Badiu

una experiencia tradicional rumana excepcional

Bienvenido

Ubicado a 10 km al norte de sibiu, en las faldas de las montañas de los cárpatos, esta hermosa casa rústica, fue construida parcialmente a mediados de 1800. Mientras que la propiedad ha sido renovada, el carácter y algunos de los detalles arquitectónicos originales, como el sótano, el granero y la estructura principal han sido cuidadosamente preservada.
El interior está decorado en un estilo tradicional con funcionalidad, lineas puras y materiales naturales. Hay 6 habitaciones dobles y una suite privada. Cada habitación está equipada con una cama cómoda, tv y una pequeña nevera. Algunas habitaciones tienen una terraza de madera privada.
Nuestro chef creativo y apasionado sr Badiu le deleitará con una alta calidad en cocina. La mayoría de los ingredientes son cuidadosamente cultivados y recogidos frescos de nuestras huertas locales, sin hormonas y libres de pesticidas. Las salsas y conservas están hechas en casa desde inicio a partir de recetas tradicionales y auténticas de nuestra familia. En el verano las comidas se sirven en el jardín tranquilo o un patio al aire libre. Nuestro amplio comedor de madera natural con chimenea , le cautivará con su ambiente cálido rústico durante los días de invierno. Creemos que una comida saludable le da la energía que necesita para un día emocionante por delante. estamos más que encantados de ayudarle a encontrar su “lugar” – sólo hay que preguntar.
Explorar la zona o simplemente relajarse en nuestro hermoso jardín. siéntase como en casa.

¿Hemos mencionado? Durante su estancia también podrá disfrutar de aparcamiento gratuito y conexión wi-fi.
Disfrutan de un ambiente relajado en Transilvania también conocido como el más romántico e inspiradora provincia de Rumania en combinación con nuestra verdadera hospitalidad.

Ubicado a 10 km al norte de sibiu, en las faldas de las montañas de los cárpatos, esta hermosa casa rústica, fue construida parcialmente a mediados de 1800. Mientras que la propiedad ha sido renovada, el carácter y algunos de los detalles arquitectónicos originales, como el sótano, el granero y la estructura principal han sido cuidadosamente preservada.
El interior está decorado en un estilo tradicional con funcionalidad, lineas puras y materiales naturales. Hay 6 habitaciones dobles y una suite privada. Cada habitación está equipada con una cama cómoda, tv y una pequeña nevera. Algunas habitaciones tienen una terraza de madera privada.Read more

Alojamiento

Si su estancia es por placer o por negocios, nuestras salas de relax le dan un refugio para relajarse después de un largo día. Nuestras 5 habitaciones dobles disponen de tv y conexión inalámbrica a internet wi-fi a rápida velocidad, que está disponible en toda la casa de huéspedes, así como un balcón o donde pueden relajarse.

Habitaciones y Tarifas:
Alojamiento y desayuno: 40 eur equipamiento / db* desayuno incluido
En casa Badiu pueden empezar su mañana de la derecha, con un delicioso desayuno abundante, saborear platos innovadores elaborados con los ingredientes más frescos, o simplemente relajarse con una taza de café en nuestro tranquilo jardín.
Cena: 15 euros / persona
Experimentan la auténtica comida rumana que ofrece una combinación de sabores únicos y deliciosos platos de Transilvania en un ambiente tradicional.
La cena incluye tuica (una bebida tipica y tradicional producida a base de frutas o de un grano de cereal), el vino de la casa, agua, sopa, un plato principal y postre.
La mayoría de los ingredientes que utilizamos son cuidadosamente cultivados y recogidos frescos de nuestra huerta o de las granjas locales cercas. Sólo utilizamos productos bio para nuestras comidas, para asegurarse con una cena saludable y abundante.
Comer en nuestra casa de huéspedes se convertirá en una experiencia que querrá repetir.

Políticas:
Entrada: 14:00
Salida: 12:00

Si su estancia es por placer o por negocios, nuestras salas de relax le dan un refugio para relajarse después de un largo día. Nuestras 5 habitaciones dobles disponen de tv y conexión inalámbrica a internet wi-fi a rápida velocidad, que está disponible en toda la casa de huéspedes, así como un balcón o donde pueden relajarse.

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Cosas para hacer

At Badiu Guest House we have a lot of activities to do during your stay both in summer and in winter.


VISITAS A ANTIGUAS FORTALEZAS


CABALLO Y PASEOS EN CARRUAJE


ESQUI Y SNOWBOARD


EXCURSIONISMO

Atracciones Turísticas

Sibiu tourism

Sibiu tourism

Sibiu is an indisputable touristic location which is appreciated and which was awarded the maximum Michelin quotation – three stars. Because of its good quality cultural life, due to its functional infrastructure, its geographical position and the natural landscape it is situated in, due to the availability and efforts of the local administration, Sibiu is today an acknowledged touristic location which receives a growing number of tourists every year, a city having the resources to offer something to each of its guests, regardless of age or preferences. The cultural life of Sibiu has always been very rich, due to the creative spirit and the cultural effervescence which always defined the city. But starting in 2004, the cultural actors and local authorities have invested more in cultural events, creating an annual calendar of events which attract numerous tourists every year. Read more

Astra Museum

Astra Museum

The ASTRA Museum of Folkloric Traditional Civilization is situated in the Dumbrava Forest, at a distance of 4 kilometers from Sibiu. The museum functions since 1963 under the name of the Museum of Folkloric Technique and stretches over 96 hectares and an exhibition circuit of 10 kilometers in length. The museum hosts original monuments representative for the values of the Romanian village. Dwellings from various parts of the country, interior decorations preserved in the original form, peasant industrial installations, traditional means of transportation etc are displayed here. All the domains such as agriculture, rising animals, apiculture, fishing and hunting are illustrated by means of characteristic households such as sheepfolds, wine cellars, small factories, etc. The museum is structured in five large sectors including the related thematic groups. Read more

The Lier’s Bridge

The Lier’s Bridge

The pedestrian bridge connecting the two parts of the Small square allows the link between the Lower Town and the Upper Town. The bridge is placed on a gate bridge belonging to the 2nd fortification wall. The initially vaulted passage used to be made through an conglomerate of buildings which had been demolished in 1851. The legend says that the bridge will collapse if someone will sit on it and tell a lie. In the local oral tradition circulates various legends about this bridge, legends about the lovers lies or those of the merchants that sold in the area

The defense Tower and Wall

The defense Tower and Wall

One next to another, the old stronghold towers gather round the heart of the city like a girdle of unflinching sentries. “The Red City” – that’s how they called Sibiu because of its red clay brick walls that kept the foes at bay. The fortifications watched over the whole history of Hermannstadt and these walls carry the city’s 823 years of attested history carved deep within them.

The Evangelic Church

The Evangelic Church

The Evangelic Church is one of the most impressive buildings in Sibiu. It was raised in the 14th century on the location of an old Roman church dating from the 12th century. The building is dominated by the seven level tower with the four towers on the corners, a mark showing that the city had the right of condemnation. With a height of 73.34 meters, the tower is the tallest in Transylvania.

The Council Tower

The Council Tower

Is one of the most famous monuments of Sibiu. It bears this name because it used to defend the entrance gate into the second precinct, situated in the immediate vicinity of the building which once hosted the City Hall of Sibiu, mentioned in the documents for the first time in 1324.

Paltinis / Arena Platos

Paltinis / Arena Platos

Built by the Transylvanian Carpathian Society in 1894, Paltinis (German: Hohe Rinne) is the highest (4,724 ft.; 1,440 m altitude) and oldest tourist resort in Romania. A favorite for ski enthusiasts, Paltinis, with its beautiful location, fresh air, and numerous hiking opportunities, is also an attraction for summer hikers. Marked trails make it easy to reach the main points on the surrounding mountains. Most of the trails are suitable for mountain biking, as well.

Brukethal Museum

Brukethal Museum

After his return to Sibiu as the Governor of the Great Principality of Transylvania (1777-1787), the Baron Samuel von Brukenthal brought along his collections, and Hochmeister’s Calendar for the year 1790 mentions among the attractions of the city the painting collections including 800 paintings divided in 13 halls of the Brukenthal Palace. Over time the collections enriched both through acquisitions and donations. At the present, exhibits from the National Art Gallery can be found at the first and second floor of the Brukenthal Palace, which became a genuine Museum of Art.

Biertan Fortified church

Biertan Fortified church

The village of Biertan (German:Birthalm), first mentioned in an official document in 1283, is home to one of the largest and most impressive medieval strongholds in Transylvania. Surrounded by quaint streets and vineyards, the 15th century fortified church at Biertan is perched high on a hill in the middle of the village. Three tiers of 35-foot-high defensive walls, connected by towers and gates, encircled the complex, making the church impossible to conquer during medieval times. Featuring late-gothic architecture with heavy doors and double exterior walls, the church boasts the largest Transylvanian multi-paneled wooden altar and a remarkable wooden door which once protected the treasures in the sacristy. Read more

Transfagarasan Road

Transfagarasan Road

Romania’s national roads network cannot rival the US Interstate Highway system but the Transfagarasan and TransAlpina, two unique thoroughfares over the southern Carpathian Mountains are part of any list of the world’s most amazing roads. Also labeled “the Road to the Sky”, “the Road to the Clouds”, “the Best Driving Road in the World” and even “A spectacular Monument to Earth-Moving Megalomania” the TransFagarasan climbs, twists and descends right through Moldoveanu and Negoiu – the highest peaks in Fagaras Mountains and in Romania. This is no pass through a gap but a frontal assault, a stark and spectacular reminder of unchecked power stamping itself on an obstreperous landscape. Also known as the “Transylvanian Alps”, the Fagaras Mountains are rich in unique wildlife and scenic hiking and biking trails. Read more

The Transalpina Road

The Transalpina Road

If adventure and Alpine scenery sound alluring, the TransAlpina road offers an ideal mix of the two. Winding its way through valleys and plateaus up to 7,038 feet – a height not reached by any other mountain passage in Romania – the TransAlpina road offers breathtaking views together with lots of driving excitement. Arguably the oldest road over the Carpathian Mountains, TransAlpina was built at the beginning of the 2nd Century AD by the Roman legions during their war campaign to conquer Sarmizegetusa – the capital of Dacia (modern-day Romania). After the conquest of Dacia, the Romans have used the TransAlpina to transport to Rome the gold extracted from the central part of Romania (Transylvania). At the beginning of the second millennium TransAlpina has become one of the main transhumance routes over the Carpathian Mountains; it still serves this purpose, even today. Paving of the road began in 1930 and eight years later King Carol II inaugurated the new TransAlpina (also named during the monarchy period “the The King’s Road”).

Cisnadie Fortified church

Cisnadie Fortified church

Originally built in the 12th century as a Romanesque basilica, the church was fortified during the 15th century to protect the local Saxon population against repeated Ottoman raids. The fortification process included the construction of fortified towers over the two side entrances and the choir, the building of a double structure of defense walls, a moat and several defensive towers along the walls. The clock installed in the 195-feet high (bell and clock) tower has been working since 1868; no repairs were ever needed! The tower of Cisnadie fortress also features the first thunder road installed in Transylvania (1795).

Sighisoara

Sighisoara

As a living part of history, the Romanian city of Sighisoara may be the most well-preserved medieval village in all of Europe and the lack of over development in this area has kept the city as close to its origins as possible. From this perspective, taking a trip to Sighisoara can be like stepping back in time, with several iconic buildings and the remnants of the original six-sided fortress that was once used to protect the city from attack. The Dracula connection; The history of the city is not only limited to its role of craft supplier to many neighboring areas. The real claim to Sighisoara’s fame is that it was the birthplace of Romanian ruler Vlad Tepes, who also spent time in the city later in his life. For those unaware, Tepes is thought to be the figure that Bram Stoker’s Dracula was supposedly based upon, with several stories of barbarianism and his penchant for impaling enemies. While this connection is very loose, Tepes is seen as a national hero of the country as he was able to repel Ottoman and Hungarian invasions on a number of occasions and the use of his likeness in relation to the Dracula story brings mixed emotions to many native Romanians.

Bran Castle

Bran Castle

Surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend and perched high atop a 200-foot-high rock, Bran Castle owes its fame to its imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Bram Stocker’s Dracula. Built on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212, the castle was first documented in an act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilege to build the Citadel. Although Stoker never visited Transylvania, the Irish author relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark and intimidating stomping ground of Count Dracula, leading to persistent myths that it was once the home of Vlad Tepes, ruler of Walachia. While the association with Dracula is sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction for all fans of the Count. From 1920 to 1957 Bran served as royal residence, a gift of the people of Brasov to Queen Marie of Romania. The castle is now a museum open to tourists, displaying art and furniture collected by Queen Marie. Narrow winding stairways lead through some 60 timbered rooms, many connected by underground passages, which house collections of furniture, weapons and armor dating from the 14th to the 19th centuries.

Corvin Castle Museum

Corvin Castle Museum

The Royal fortress (the 14th century)
Some researchers place this first stone fortress in the 14th century. There are others that claim this to be a 15th century fortress. This first fortress had an ellipsoidal shape, with pointed, northern and southern extremities. The walls are up to 2 m wide. They were built with dolomite limestone and pebble stone, directly on the native rock. Researches performed before the First World War show that in the northern part of the ellipse was a triangular tower with two rooms of triangular and trapezoidal shape, with analogies in the 13th to 14th centuries France and Germany.

Contacto

Contact person: Ilinca Popa
Address: Str. Octavian Goga, nr.786, Rășinari 550227
Mobile: +4 0745 308 276 (english and french)
Email: info@badiuguesthouse.ro

Location:
12 km away from Sibiu, bounded by the last remnants of the tram line that once crossed the city, unfolds the sight of the biggest commune, located at the confluence of the river Steaza with the creek Sibisel, at an altitude of 573 m.

Badiu Guest House can simply be reached when traveling with the plane to Sibiu airport.

Sibiu International Airport (SBZ)
Address: Sos. Alba Iulia 73
Web: www.sibiuairport.ro
The airport is located 3.5 miles from the city centre.
Taxi service available. Aproximate trip cost to our guest house is 40 RON – about 10 euro

Airlines with service to Sibiu:
Austrian Airlines – www.aua.com
Blue Air – www.blueairweb.com
Lufthansa – www.lufthansa.com
Wizz air – www.wizzair.com
Tarom – www.tarom.ro

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