The Anti-Stress Program
“STRESS IS FOR OTHERS”
The ‘Stress is for others’ program is designed for active young and adult people with jobs that are demanding for the neuro-psychical system, with perturbations of the sleep-wake and rest-effort biorhythms.
Also, you can choose the procedures provided in the Beauty and Maintenance Center, you practice a sport (football, tennis) on the multifunctional court of the complex participate in interactive games such as: paintball, archery, bowling, billiards, basketball, badminton.
Goals: to balance the nervous system, to eliminate physical and psychical discomfort generated by daily stress factors, to restore the sleep-wake biorhythm, to stimulate adjustment functions to fight stress, to induce a wellness state, healthy food consumption, behavioral education.
Medical recommendations: stress moods, rheumatism-related issues, obesity, hypertension, peripheral bloodrel, ated issues.
The packages include the medical visit and you can choose 3-5 wellness, relaxation and maintenance procedures decided upon by the balneologist.
*rates are for a bed in a room and include: full board, medical visit and 3 medical procedures (excluding Sundays);
**prepaid meal, account net value 17 EURO/day. Unused amounts ARE NOT REIMBURSED!
All rates are net, expressed in EURO include VAT (9% accommodation respectively 24% restaurant and treatment), the local fee and the resort fee – 5% of the first night accommodation rate.
Children under 12 benefit from free accommodation (hosted together with parents, no additional bed); the rate for an additional bed is 50% of the rate and include breakfast; this rate do not include prepaid meals;
INCLUDED Services: swimming-pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym access; car park with CCTV monitoring; internet access
In case the tourists want that the vehicle to be at their disposal, the rate is 1400 Euro/7 days (in the limit of 1000 Km).
Rate include: vehicle rent, fuel and road taxes.
Rate do not include: drivers accommodation and meal, parking.
You are liable for requiring procedures that are not recommended by the balneology doctor.
Procedures that may be recommended by the alneology doctor subsequent to a specialized medical
consultation, for each separate package: moffette (carbon dioxide emissions), hydrotherapy (carbo-gaseous bath with mineral water, underwater shower, swimming), electro-therapy (diadynamic currents, interferential currents, Trabert currents, magnetodiaflow, short wave radiation, ultrasounds), massage therapy (dry hand massage), individual or group kinetotherapy, vibration massage, sedative climatotherapy (highly negatively ionized air), crenotherapy (internal cure with mineral water).
The relaxing and sedative effects of Covasna resort, the treatment procedures provided in Clermont Hotel (electro-therapy, massage, and kinetotherapy), the opportunities to spend free time doing various activities contribute to removing the effects of everyday stress, to improving the functional capacity of the body and work capacity, to reducing medication.
Hotel Clermont Rules:
• Check-in after 2 p.m.; check-out 12.00 a.m. at the latest a.m.
• SMOKING IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN in Clermont Restaurant!
• Pets are not allowed in the hotel.
• It is forbidden to introduce or consume alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks in the hotel, other than those sold on premises.
• Additional services are available through prior reservation
1. Covasna – Brasov – Sibiu – Covasna
Day starts at 8:00am
The day is dedicated to Brasov and Sibiu
In Brasov short visit the Council Square (Piata Sfatului), known to the Saxon population as the Marktplatz, is the heart of the old medieval Brasov. Lined with beautiful red-roofed merchant houses, the square is one of the finest in the country. The buildings recall the region’s German heritage. We will admire the Black Church, the largest Gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul.
Bran Castle, situated near Bran and in the immediate vicinity of Braşov, is a national monument and landmark in Romania. The fortress is situated on the border between Transylvania and Wallachia. Commonly known as “Dracula’s Castle”, it is marketed as the home of the titular character in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. There is, however, no evidence that Stoker knew anything about this castle. Furthermore, there are persistent myths that it was once the home of Vlad Ţepeş, ruler of Wallachia. Lunch.
Arriving in Sibiu, Europe’ s Cultural Capital in 2007. Walking tour of the old part of the city, with its narrow streets, pass across Liar’s Bridge, visit the Evangelic Cathedral and the Catholic Church and find out that this is an old citadel built by Saxons, where history, art and folklore blend to the tourists’ delight. Back to Covasna. Dinner and the same accommodation. (B, L, D)
2. Covasna – Sighisoara – Covasna
From Covasna will drive to Sighisoara which is considered to be the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadel in Europe, with an authentic medieval architecture.
On the way visit of Prejmer Fortified Church. Belonging to the Teutonic knights and built in 1212-1213, Prejmer is the largest fortified church in southeastern Europe. Access to the building was through a 100-foot-long arched passage fortified with two rows of gates. Each village family had a designated room for shelter in case of attack. Historical records attest that in its 500 years of existence, the fortress was besieged 50 times. However, it was only captured once, in 1611 by Gabriel Báthori, Prince of Transylvania.
The fortress is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and a beautiful jewelry of Transylvania Endowed with bastions, drawbridges and a secret, subterranean passage, the church’s most famed war device was the “death machine,” made of several weapons that could shoot simultaneously, causing the enemy severe losses.
In Eastern Europe, Sighisoara is one of the few, and in Romania the only fortified town which is still inhabited. The town is made up of two parts. The medieval stronghold was built on top of a hill and is known as the “Citadel” (Cetate).The lower town lies in the Valley of Tarnava Mare River.
The city played an important strategic and commercial role at the edges of Central Europe for several centuries. Sighişoara became one of the most important cities of Transylvania, with artisans from throughout the Holy Roman Empire visiting the settlement. The German artisans and craftsmen dominated the urban economy, as well as building the fortifications protecting it. It is estimated that during the 16th and the 17th centuries Sighişoara had as many as 15 guilds and 20 handicraft branches. The Baroque sculptor Elias Nicolai lived in the city. The Wallachian prince Vlad Dracul, who lived in exile in the town, let minted coins in the city (otherwise coinage was the monopoly of the Hungarian kings in the Kingdom of Hungary) and issued the first document listing the city’s Romanian name, Sighişoara.
Visit to the Clock Tower Museum, take a peek to Vlad Dracula’s House, where Prince Vlad Tepes (“the Impaler”), nicknamed Dracula, was born. The house has been turned into a restaurant and a museum that preserves the old atmosphere. Passing through the town’s narrow streets with original architecture, cobbled alleys, steep stairways, secluded squares and towers, is like stepping back in time. Lunch. In the afternoon back to Covasna. Dinner and the same accommodation. (B, L, D)