Day 1. Departure to Sighisoara
Sighisoara is situated in Tarnava Mare valley, this city is the best-preserved medieval town in Romania. Its historic center is on the UNESCO Workd Heritage List. The fortress, the oldest section of the town, sits on a hill .Its bounded to the north by Tarnava Mare river . “The church on the hill", initially fortified Gothic hall-shaped church, sits on the hilltop. The protective wall and the defensive towers, almost completely preserved, surround the old city, its houses, market places, the monastery's church, the clock tower, and other key buildings. 'The Lower Town", built in medieval times at the base of the hill, stretches to the southeast. Sighisoara is mentioned for the first time in 1298, but archeological work has revealed earlier Romanesque and Early Gothic constructions. The city's Late Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings, as well as eclectic and Jugendstil houses, are quite impressive.Visits in Sighisoara: History Museum, Clock Tower, Wooden Covered Staircase, Hill Church.After lunch ,visit Biertan fortified church.Departure to Sibiu.Dinner and accommodation in Sibiu.
Day 2 Sibiu and Samabata
Sibiu. The settlement was first mentioned in 1191, in reference to the existence of an outpost of German colonists, called "Prepositura Cibiensis". The settlement was the administrative and religious center for these "guests" of the Hungarian king, Geza II. The village, called later "Villa Hermani", developed along the Cibin River. At the end of the 12th century, a Romanesque basilica was built on a plateau above the village. Later, the settlement developed substantially, becoming a town before the year 1366. Through the ages, four defensive walls were erected to protect the town. Around the year 1500, the area inside the walls covered 72-ha, the town of Sibiu being quite large by Central-European standards. Today the town is impressive, having been developed over eight centuries; the town includes valuable Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical buildings.Tour of Sibiu: Evangelic Cathedral, Liars' Bridge, Small Square, Large Square, citadel walls
Sambata de Sus Monastery.The "Brancoveanu" Monastery - Sambata de Sus - located on the valley of Sambata river- is famous for being a place The new monastery houses a museum, which exhibits one of the ancient glass painting collections belonging to the 18th-19th century (mostly painted in a naive manner) and very rare and historical valuable documents. Besides the glass-made-icons, one can admire ancient letters, the first edition of some newspapers, clothes worn by monks, ecclesiastical objects, a huge library and so onof recovery, comfort and spiritual balm for visitors who halt or pray in this sacred dwelling.