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Tourist Attractions in the Vulcan area (15-25 km)

  • Bazinul Olimpic Brasov
  • Biserica Fortificata Codlea
  • Biserica Fortificata Cristian
  • Biserica Fortificata Ghimbav
  • Biserica Fortificata Sanpetru
  • Biserica Neagra Brasov 
  • Cabana DihamCabana Malaiesti
  • Castelele si cetatile medievale din Transilvania 
  • Cetatea Brasovia
  • Cetatea Ghimbav
  • Cetatea Heldenburg (ruine) din satul Crizbav
  • Cetatea taraneasca Jimbor
  • Cetatea Dacica Magura Codlei
  • Cetatea Neagra
  • Cheile Gradistei
  • Cheile Moeciului
  • Cheile Rasnoavei
  • Complexul Agrement Tampa
  • Culoarul Rucar-Bran 
  • Gradina Zoologica Brasov
  • Grota Salina
  • Lacul de acumulare Dumbravita
  • Pestera lui Balan
  • Pestera Coltul
  •  ChiliilorPestera Gang
  • Pestera Gaura Sbarcioarei
  • Pestera Liliecilor
  • Pestera Rasnoavei
  • Pietrele lui Solomon

Bran Castle

Bran Castle is located 17 km from Vulcan and it is one of the most imposing historical monuments in Romania. The castle is located in Bran-Rucar Pass, between Bucegi Mountains and Piatra Craiului. It is a tourist attraction that brings here hundreds of thousands of tourists due to a legend: Count Dracula’s Legend, although the historical sources say that Vlad the Impaler was here only one time.

Built on a rock, the castle now houses the Bran museum, a museum that spans on four floors. And although foreign tourists come annually in search of Count Dracula’s legend, and the guide emphasizes its mythical side, Bran Castle’s history is also fascinating. The first documentary attestation of Bran Castle is represented by an act issued on 19 November 1377 by the King of Hungary. By this document, the Braşovians were given the privilege to build a stone fortress at Bran.

The fortress and the historical remains of Râșnov

Rasnov Fortress is located 13 km from Vulcan, on the old-fashioned road Brasov-Rucar-Campulung Muscel, linking Transylvania to Wallachia. It is built on the hill that rises to the south of the center of Rasnov settlement through the collective effort of the inhabitants of this settlement, helped by the neighboring villages, Cristian and Vulcan, and it was called “Taraneasca Fortress” because the main occupation of its inhabitants was agriculture. Visitors can find here a museum, a medieval tavern and souvenir statues.

Dâmbovicioarei Gorge and Cave

Located on the Rucar – Bran avenue, in the Dambovicioara village, the Dambovicioarei Gorge, with a length of only 3 km, the verticality of the rock walls and the narrow passage made by the small Dambovicioara creek are impressive. At its end of the road, there are the village and the cave of Dambovicioara.

The Dambovicioarei cave, located in the karst area of the Rucar – Bran avenue, it was formed in the Jurassic time of the Piatra Craiului mountain, due to the action of the waters of Dambovicioarei river.

Poiana Brașov

Poiana Brasov, located 22 km from Vulcan, is one of the most popular ski resorts and an important tourist center preferred by many tourists not only from Romania but also from other countries. After the post-2010 modernization, the ski area has grown from 50 hectares to 80 hectares and the length of the piers has increased from 13.8 km to 23.9 km. In 2013, it hosted artistic skating, alpine skiing and speed skating during the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival. Poiana Brasov is surrounded by four mountains: Postavaru, Piatra Craiului, Bucegi and Piatra Mare.