A visit to the city of Sighisoara, where you can see Vlad's birthplace, is interesting. But this itinerary is more of a pretext for a wander around the region, through conifer forests, by the side of lakes and prairies. Thus, you should explore Prahova Valley, passing through Sinaia (visit the castle and monastery), the Saxon citadels between Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu, visit the land of the Moti (Apuseni mountains), etc. Diverse walking itineraries are possible leaving from Sinaia, from Poiana Brasov ski resort, from Fagaras and from Cāmpeni.
Transylvania is the most central region in the country and is bordered by the Carpathian Mountains. Its villages and fortified churches are listed as UNESCO World Heritage.© Easyvoyage.com
A great way to discover the region is to visit its various enchanting Medieval cities that are still intact, such as Sighisoara, Brasov and Sibiu.© Easyvoyage.com
Transylvania is a verdant region traversed by streams and dotted with colourful little villages.© Easyvoyage.com
Transylvania is without a doubt the most romantic province in Romania. Its name alone brings to mind small villages constructed of wood and legends of a troubled past.© Easyvoyage.com
Located in Sibiu, this is the largest open-air museum in Romania and the second largest of its kind in Europe.© Easyvoyage.com