Brașov County (Cities: Brașov, Săcele, Fagaras)
Brașov is a Romanian county in the Transylvania region with the capital of Brașov district (German Kronstadt, Hungarian Brassó). The common abbreviation and license plate is BV. Brașov county borders Mureș and Harghita counties in the north, Covasna counties in the east, Prahova, Dâmbovița and Argeș counties in the south and Sibiu county in the west.
Brasov, the Latin name Corona and in German Kronstadt which means “Crown City” is located in the center of the country and is one of the most visited cities in Romania.
A mixture of architectural styles give authenticity and brilliance to the city making it unique by the presence of Gothic, Baroque or Renaissance style buildings that annually attract thousands of tourists from all over the world.