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Short route description

This is a long tour, an almost all day one. The way winds among the hills inside Carpathian Arch crossing Transylvania from SE oblique to NV. Short after getting out from the grate Bogăţii Forest, the imposing silhouette of Rupea Citadel appears, newly renovated and open to the touristic circuit. After visiting it we will go on our way to Sighisoara on the main road for a while to turn then to the left in Bunesti Village to the rural site, Viscri, on a rustic country road. Viscri Village is representative for Transylvania, being very well preserved and so the modern influences being unimportant. It is one of the Transylvanian villages where prince Charles of Wales has a house. The village and its surroundings can be admired from the fortified church tower (UNESCO patrimony). After Viscri the way goes directly to Sighisoara, the citadel-city (UNESCO patrimony) with buildings, walls and defend towers from the Medieval Age. We will visit the “upper town” with Clock Tower, the house where Vlad the Impaler was born, the Covered Stair, the Hill Church and the Evangelic Cemetery.

The main objectives

  • Leaving Braşov
  • Marienburg Citadel
  • The village and Fortified Church Viscri
  • Sighişoara
  • Peasant Rupea Citadel
  • Back to Braşov


1-2 pers. – 110 eur./group

3-4 pers. – 150 eur./group

For more than 4 people, it is negotiable.


250 km long
About 9 hours

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