Sibiu – Sighisoara & medieval villages: Biertan, Valea Viilor, Viscri

This tour is designated to help you discover the hidden beauty, the secrets of Transylvania: the bond made between human and nature, its people whose culture  resisted in time due to its strong roots and believes,  its history that can be touched in the walls of medieval cities and villages  .

The main attraction in these kind of trips is allowing yourself to get lost down in the tiny alleyways while marvelling at the incredible gorgeous architecture.

This trip to Sighisoara is a bit like stepping back in time as we will visit places where time seems to be trapped between the fortified walls of Valea Viilor, Biertan, Sighisoara and Viscri – all of them Unesco World Heritage sites.

Sighisoara is a popular tourist destination, due to its well-preserved walled old town. It is one of the most spectacular medieval town in Europe being the oldest inhabeted walled town in Eastern Europe.

This tiny medieval city of winding cobbled alleys, steep stairways and secluded squares will impress you with is coloured old buildings. Sighisoara is one of those places where almost everywhere you look you’ll find beauty.

In the three medieval villages of Valea Viilor, Biertan and Viscri you will discover once again the richness of the Transilvania people heritage. These villages made Prince Charles to love Transylvania, and to become the best ambassador for this region. Go back in time and witness  the life and customs of simple but happy people. Admire the vivid pastel colours of each house. Stroll around, chill.  These kind of places will make you to meditate, to discover and rediscover yourself.

Prince of Wales :

It seems to me that in Transylvania there is a combination of the natural ecosystem with a human cultural system,” “This extraordinarily unique integrated relationship is so hugely important. People are yearning for that sense of belonging and identity and meaning.”


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