Tururi virtuale


Nr: 117-119
April-June 2014

"De la căruţă, la zborul cu motor"
"From carriage to motor-powered aircraft"
"Vom Pferdewagen zum Motorflug"
A szekértől a motoros repülésig
Instituţia Prefectului - 150 de ani
150 years of the Prefect`s Institution celebration
Das Amt des Präfekten ? 150 Jahre
150 éves a prefektusi hivatal
Descoperă sufletul Transilvaniei!
Discover the Heart of Transylvania!
Entdecke die Seele Siebenbürgens!
Fedezd fel Erdély lelkét!
Târgul de Florii și Paște
Florii (Palm Sunday) and Easter Fair
Virágvasárnapi és húsvéti vásár
Zilele Braşovului
The Days of Brasov
Die Kronstädter Tage
Brassó napjai
Armindeni în Transilvania
May Day in Transylvania
Das Maifest in Siebenbürgen
Májusfa napja Erdélyben
Basarabia - File din Poveste
Bessarabia ? Pages from a tale
Bessarabien ? ein Märchenland
Besszarábia ? mesék világa
Noul sezon de turism rural
A new rural tourism season
Die neue Saison im Dorftourismus
Új évad a falusi turizmusban
Bucătărie tradiţională sănătoasă
A Healthy Traditional Cuisine
Gesunde traditionelle Küche
Egészséges hagyományos konyha
Cununa Florilor ? Kronenfest
Kronenfest or Flower Crown
Das Kronenfest
Virágkoszorú ? Kronenfest
Şercaia: Ocazii suplimentare de relaxare
Extra Relaxation Opportunities in Sercaia
Schirkanyen: Zusätzliche Möglichkeiten zum Entspannen
Sárkány: Kikapcsolódási lehetőségel
Şinca Nouă ? moştenire vie
Sinca Noua, a Living Legacy
Şinca Nouă ? ein lebendiges Erbe
Újsinka ? élő örökség

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A Healthy Traditional Cuisine



Those who are fond of nature and healthy traditional Romanian cuisine can follow the cultural itinerary connecting Brasov to the European Capital, Sibiu. Starting from Sercaia, Mandra, Fagaras, Beclean, Voila, Vistea and then continuing along the foot of the Mountains Fagaras towards Sambata, Dragus, Lisa and Recea, visitors can stop over guest houses or locals` houses where they can taste traditional meals, which reflect the nature of the people and life here. Being close to the mountains represents another attraction for nature lovers who can wander through the forest by taking short trips or climbing up to the edge of Mountains Fagaras through four marked tracks. Tourists will be feeling fully rewarded with incredible landscapes.

Refined Cuisine

The traditional cuisine is robust and its purpose is to feed with less refinement than in other regions. It is in harmony with nature and meals are generally consistent and simple in their refinement. Specific dishes such as: polenta with cheese and milk, scrambled eggs or ham, minced-meat balls wrapped in cabbage leaves, soups, chicken or pork courses, are simple but satiable dishes, slightly borrowing influences from the Transylvanian Saxon and Hungarian gastronomies.

Shepherds` Region

As in any shepherds` region there is a wide variety of cheese in this region as well: cas, urda, telemea and milk with the taste of herbal flavours from the alpine pastures.
A remarkable variety exists among the fasting dishes and let us admit that rare are the places where one can eat for example mashed beans with pickled shallot, cumin soup or dried prune stew. All these can be also eaten in other regions of the country, but every dish has something specific to the region in its taste.

Indulging the gormandizers` appetite

Taking this traditional and cultural route, gormandizers can also indulge in oven-baked or roasted stuffed lamb, sheep pastrami, venison dishes or trout. For those who want dessert they can try homemade cozonac (sweet bread) and pies. Cozonac is always present on the occasion of various holidays and meals.


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