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Sightseeing in Transylvania

City of Brasov (5km)
Braşov, the ‘Prague’ of Romania, combines a medieval architecture with the pleasures of a modern city. The famous Black Church overlooks the sprawling Sfatului Square. Go dining, shopping or just enjoy a local beer or wine on a picturesque terrace, all still at very affordable prices!
Transfăgărăşan road (60km)
One of Ceauşescu’s mega-projects, this road will let you
cross the mountains by car and offers dramatic views of the peaks of the Făgăraş Mountains chain. Along the route, take a chance to visit one of the many monastries and churches you can still find in Romania.

Dracula’s Castle in Bran (30km)
Without doubt one of the most popular tourist attraction of Transylvania. Take the tour and learn the real story behind Dracula.
Bucharest (135km)
The capital of Romania is nicely situated on the banks of the Dămboviţa River. Must-sees are the grotesque Palace of Parliament, the Arc de Triomphe and Cişmigiu Garden.
Peleş castle in Sinaia (35km)
The Peleş royal palace is the best-preserved and most gorgeous castle in Romania. A tour through all stunning
and exquisite rooms will leave you with an unforgettable memory. Once here, we recommend seeing more of the
Prahova Valley area, known for its splendid wines and once the home of Romanian Kings and Royalty.

Prezmer Citadel (30km)
The Prezmer Citadel is a fortified church dating back to the 13th century! This fortress is known as the most powerful peasant fortress in Transylvania. The outer defensive wall - 4.5m thick - is the thickest of all remaining Saxon churches.
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