Turismul insuflă o viață nouă micilor castele din Covasna.
National Geographic Traveler, 2019
As my little car laboured around a bend in the snowy Carpathian logging road, a brown furry figure jumped out of the forest on all fours and made off in front of the car.
The Spectator: Neil Barnett, Thursday, 1st February 2007
Erdély mélyén, a Mikes grófok ősi birtokán jártunk vendégségben. A fordulatos sorsú, megtépázva is meseszép kastélyt és parkot birtokló fiatal házaspár mesélt nekünk nemesi családjuk megindító történetéről – és a happy endről.
Marie Claire, Lukács Zsolt, July 2007
Forget the fictional Count Dracula, Transylvania today provides a glimpse of a long-lost Europe.
CNN Traveller, Words: Tom Owen. Photos: Bela Szandelszky, April 2005
Transylvania was made famous by Bram Stoker but the region's real history and medieval villages are much more interesting than Dracula.
The Guardian, Patrick Barkham, Saturday November 3rd, 2007
At the first mention of this place there is one word that always comes to mind –Count Dracula.
Exit Magazin, Stephen Toner, Jan 2008
(...) Paun is standing at the perimeter of a certified Forever Forest in Transylvania, which is owned by the adjacent Zabola Estate. (...) Paun says that the minister liked what he saw at Zabola. https://ozb.ro/hope-for-romanias-forests/
OZB: Stephen McGrath, February 4th, 2020
This sylvan retreat at the base of the Carpathian Mountains is set amid what was one of the largest privately owned forests in Transylvania until confiscated by the Communists in 1949.
The Independent: Luxury Forest Retreats,Nov 2009, Melissa Hogenboom
The guesthouse ethos is "home from home", which – for me at least – translates as being left to your own devices, while knowing that there is always someone on hand to cater to your whims.
The Independent, Rhiannon Herries, October 11th, 2008
About Zabola Estate in the press.