Rasnov Fortress is the largest peasant fortress in southeastern Transylvania. It was built in the 13th century and helped to defend the inhabitants of Barsa Country for several centuries.
Bran Castle is the most famous fortress, mainly due to the legend that says that this was the residence of the vampire count Dracula. Built in sec. XIV, the castle is the main attraction of the area
The open-air ethnographic museum was set up in the park near Bran Castle. In this museum were brought and reconstructed some of the oldest and most typical constructions in the Barsa Country area.
Piatra Craiului National Park - is located within the counties of Brasov and Arges, respectively Zarnesti, Moeciu, Rucar and Dambovicioara, including the Piatra Craiului massif and an area comprising Dambovita Gorges and Ghimbavului Gorges. Located in the Southern Carpathians, the park comprises the massif about 25 km long between Zarnesti and Rucar, being delimited by the Bran-Rucar corridor and the Dambovicioara river to the east and southeast, by the Dambovita and Tamas rivers to the east and by the Barsa river to the north. The access in massif can be done either through Plaiul Foii or through Curmatura.
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