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Transylvania SOUVENIRS & more

Dear Tourist,

Welcome to Transylvania souvenirs & more. When traveling with us, whether chasing history in medieval castles, playing hide and seek within fortresses’ walls, finding Dracula or following the footprints of Prince Charles, at Book a guide in Transylvania we will make sure you won’t leave without trying, tasting and taking home a bit of Transylvania with you. You can call them souvenirs but there’s more than meets the eye. Trying to impress someone back home, flaunting your foreign goods, breaking the ice in any conversation or for a romantic dinner, we recommend:

slănină, ceapă roșie, horincă, cozonac, ouă fierte, mămăligă rece, caș

friendship bracelets

corn husk dolls

wool

Transylvanian survival kit

Not only can you take it anywhere in the world with you, but from fussy eaters to Michelin stars critics, everyone agrees: slănină, ceapă roșie, horincă, cozonac, ouă fierte, mămăligă rece, caș. Caution: this meal is not vegetarian friendly and is to be shared. Side effect: personal space might get smaller. Traditionally, this is how we make friends!

Friendship bracelets,

hippie enough to wear all around the year regardless if you’re 15, 45, 72 or 89; it’s not the wrinkles that matter but what’s on hand. Traditionally, worn during March and made from white and red string. Newborns wear a red one to keep evil eye at bay.

Transylvania SOUVENIRS

Corn husk dolls,

a great decorating object for any house, cottage, villa, studio, palace; any resembles to real people is voluntarily. Traditionally, used in ceremonies when the betrothed leaves you with a broken heart.

Wool

Ella F. sings to Ray C. “baby, it’s cold outside”. Too bad Ella didn’t wear knitted wool socks, sweaters, house shoes, vests, mittens, hats. She might have sung a different tune. Traditionally, everybody wears them but nobody likes to admit it. Fact: they never go out of fashion.

Horseshoe,

the legend behind it involves a femme fatale and the devil, also a decorative object, might come in handy at various situations: breaking the ice, breaking bad habits, breaking bad people. Traditionally used on horses, now hangs above a house entry.

horseshoe
And what better way to obtain these souvenirs than by meeting the people who make them: Roma and peasants, who haven’t forgotten their traditions and fight to keep them alive, their symbols, heritage and craft.

Book a guide in Transylvania

We will make sure you won’t leave without trying, tasting and taking home a bit of Transylvania with you