In this UNESCO World Heritage Site in the historical region of Transylvania, you can find one of Romania’s seven citadel cities built by the Saxons in the 12th-century. Also, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler (AKA Dracula), make sure to check out the clock tower & museum.
Sighisoara is a quiet small town, with cobblestone streets that remain frozen in time, best known for its medieval sites and festival held there every summer. You can climb up to the viewing terrace for stunning views of the town and its surrounding countryside.
You will also receive an interesting insight into traditional Romanian art, with a beautiful variety of different artifacts.