We are offering you an extraordinary experience , in a two days tour in the heart of Transylvania.
* For any other destination that you require, we can customize a personal tour for you.
The guidance is provided by the professional guides of museums you visit once you have paid the entrance ticket (around 6 € / person) .
The departure will be at 8:00 a.m. , first day and we will take the free way to Sibiu City. First stop will be by the Clay Castle, not far away from Sibiu (aprox. 40 km).
The Clay Castle is located in the Valley of Fairies, Sibiu County and is a wonderful location made by clay, sand, straw and wood that will make you feel like in the fairytales. There is no doubt, that this place is on top of the list of places to visit in Romania.
After the magical time by the Clay Castle we will go to Sibiu City where you can first make the check-in in a beautiful 4* hotel and after, all the evening time you can enjoy the beauty of the city.
Sibiu (the city where the houses have eyes) might not be the largest town in Romania, but it packs a punch when it comes to sightseeing, charming medieval buildings and history that starts faraway back in the 12th century. Most of the main sites are located in the historical centre, which includes the Big Square, Huet Square, the Small Square, Liar’s Bridge and Goldsmiths’ Square. Here you can also visit the Bruckenthal Art Museum . You can see all this in around 4 hours.
We will start the second day with the departure to Sighisoara, ofcourse after you will have breakfast.
Sighişoara is one of the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadels in Europe. The city is located in the historic region of Transylvania, on the Târnava Mare River in Mureş county.
Sighisoara – known by the Latin name of “Castrum Sex” – is one of the most beautiful cities and municipalities of Romania, which has also played an important strategic and commercial role in Central Europe for many centuries.
Our last stop will be in Rupea, to visit Rupea Citadel – one of the most beautiful citadels in Transylvania and also the place where the last king of the Dacians, Decebal, lived .On the Dacian ruins , the people built the fortress to protect themselves against the Turkish invasions. We will simply let you have your own opinion about the place, but for sure you will be charmed .
From Rupea Citadel we will take you back to Bucharest, hoping you enjoyed this wonderful Medieval Tour.