We will reach Biertan, the largest fortified church in Transylvania built by the Saxons in the sixteenth century and nowadays listed as UNESCO monument.
We will head to Copsa Mare, a unique unspoiled Saxon village and witness the local living.
An important highlight of the Classic Romania Tour is Sighișoara, considered the only medieval fortress within UNESCO that’s currently inhabited. Walking up the winding cobblestone streets lined with historical buildings, we reach the Clock Tower, a symbol of the city, atop of which you can admire the breathtaking views. The Tower shelters a museum of medieval weapons and the chamber of torture. After visiting the tower we’ll climb the three hundred wooden steps up to the Church-on-the-hill, built in the XIV century.
We’ll visit Saschiz, a small settlement, structured around the hundred-year-old churches. You will enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside and you will be seduced by the archaic rhythm of life and uniqueness of the place.
Fascinated by life in the countryside and the peaceful atmosphere of this Transylvanian village, His Royal Highness, Prince Charles, restored one of the traditional houses, making it the place where he returns every year in May. Besides admiring the specific architecture of Viscri houses, we’ll visit the small church surrounded by thick walls and the tower where the locals traditionally keep their pickles and preserves.
We will reach Brasov, a city founded by the Teutonic knights.
Overnight in Brasov