Sightseen, Adventure & Fun

Day trip to Sighisoara & Viscri

Clock Tower SighisoaraSighisoara: Founded by Transylvanian Saxons during the 12th century, Sighisoara still stands as one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this perfectly intact 16th century citadel with cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches rivals the historic streets of Old Prague or Vienna for atmospheric magic.
Vlad Dracula was born here in 1431 and lived with his family here for 5 years.His house is just one of the many attractions here. Others include the Church on the Hill with its 500-year-old frescoes, the 13th century Venetian House and the Church of the Dominican Monastery, known for its Transylvanian renaissance carved altarpiece,The Clock Tower and The Medieval weapons museum.
A walk through the town's hilly streets with their original medieval architecture is like stepping back in time.

       Dracula's House

ViscriViscri: You arrive into the village on an unpaved road, and when the road conditions are bad, you take a horse drawn cart that was designed for these roads a few hundred years ago. The little houses lining the 2 or 3 roads are the original Saxon houses, many of them lovingly restored, and painted pale blue, typical of Saxon villages. As you walk down the road, chickens are happily roaming the yards and pecking for food, residents are spotted working on some type of archaic implement that is still used for their farming.
Viscri is also home to a cottage industry for knitted goods – socks, hats, sweaters and scarves, whose income is the sole source for many households.
 Fortified saxon curch    Viscri      Cemetery Viscri
Tour details

  • 1 person - 80 euro
  • 2 persons - 100 euro
  • 3-6 person - 40 euro/person
  • +6 persons - 30 euro/person


  • Transport by private car/minivan
  • English speaking tour guide
NOT included: Entrance fees at Museums


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