On the 3rd day, we go to Sighisoara one of the few medieval fortresses that are still inhabited, also registered in the World Heritage of UNESCO.
But before, we have a stop at Dracula’s Castle, a place with so much fame that does not need any presentation! Then, next stop at Rupea village, one of the oldest archaeological sites in Romania, with the first signs of human settlements dating from the Paleolithic and early Neolithic. Also during this day, we visit the village of Viscri, with a little over 100 inhabitants, home to one of the most spectacular fortified churches of the Transylvanian Saxons, one of the six registrations in the World Heritage of UNESCO. Viscri knew a lot of development after Prince Charles bought a property in this area, thus turning it from an isolated village into a true tourist attraction.