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Brașov

city in Brașov County, Romania

25km

45.666725.6167

Bucharest

capital of Romania

94km

44.432526.1039

Rousse

city in Bulgaria

128km

43.8525.983333
Sights

Sinaia Monastery

heritage site in Prahova County, Romania

460m

45.35533425.54962

Râșnov

town in Brașov County, Romania

21km

45.5933333325.46027778

St. Nicholas Church, Brașov

heritage site in Braşov County, Romania

22km

45.6355555625.58138889

First Romanian School

heritage site in Braşov County, Romania

22km

45.63584225.581191

Black Tower (Brașov)

tower

23km

45.641325.5856

Biserica Neagră

cathedral

23km

45.6410125.58803

Bran Castle

castle

24km

45.51525.36722222

Prejmer fortified church

It was built in the 13th century. Today it is a UNESCO world heritage site.

38km

45.722079325.7734555

Viscri fortified church

It is considered to be oldest church in Transylvania, and also one of the best preserved. It was built at the beginning of the 13th century. You can go to the top of the tower and have an amazing view of the surroundings, the village and the fortress itself. Go inside the church and the entrance to the tower is at the rear of the church sanctuary. The panoramic view from the tower is a highlight a trip to Viscri. As you walk down from the church, a small gate on the right side provides access to the graveyard which surrounds the church and offers a good view of the fortified church structure.

75km

46.05471225.088622

Saschiz fortified church

It was built in the 15th century. Today it is a UNESCO world heritage site.

92km

46.19407424.960175

Curtea de Argeș

city in Argeș County, Romania

98km

45.1391666724.67916667

Praid

Commune in Harghita County, Romania

103km

46.5525.13333333

Transfăgărășan

mountain pass

105km

45.598124.6165

Holy Trinity Church, Sighișoara

church in Sighişoara, Romania

107km

46.2220224.79571

Sighișoara Clock Tower

tower

107km

46.219324.7933

Historic Centre of Sighișoara

old town

107km

46.2177777824.79222222

Tinsmiths' Tower

The Tinsmiths' Tower is one of the nine towers located in the citadel of Sighișoara, belonging to Mureș County in Romania.Tinsmith’s Tower has the most expressive architecture: 25 meters high, the tower starts with a square base, right after the brick trunk stands in pentagonal shape and above suddenly widens and becomes octagonal. The roof, slightly unbalanced, has a hexagonal plan and the woodwork inside is a veritable masterpiece of carpenters of Sighisoara. The Tin Tower, together with the Clock Tower, has an exceptional defensive position.

107km

46.2182224.79225

Vlad Dracul House

Vlad Dracul House of Sighișoara is located in Tin Street No.1, between the Citadel square and the Clock Tower. It's the place were Vlad the Impaler, the historical character who inspired the Bram Stoker's Dracula, is supposed to be born, in 1431. His father, Vlad Dracul, the ruler of Wallachia, and his pregnant wife were hosted in this house by the mayor of Sighișoara between 1431 and 1435, during the Turkish invasion of Wallachia. It appears to be the oldest stone structure in the city, judging cylindrical vault river stone from the ground floor. Today Vlad Dracul house hosts a medieval -style restaurant on the ground floor and a tiny weapon museum on the first floor.

108km

46.219434724.7916553

Church on the Hill (Sighișoara)

The Church on the Hill is an architecturally significant church located in Sighişoara, Mureș County in Romania.This church is the most important monument of religious architecture in Sighisoara and is one of the great churches of Transylvania, being the third largest. Located at an altitude of 429 meters, on the Hilltop School, the church dominates by its massiveness the entire city and it is visible from a great distance almost from all directions. Most researchers believe that a number of architectural details such as slightly misaligned position of the bell-tower and choir demonstrate an evolution in stages, over several centuries, in the construction of this church.

108km

46.2176424.79057

Carpathian Mountains

The Carpathian Mountains are mountains in Central Europe from Poland to Romania.

127km

4725.5

Biertan fortified church

A UNESCO world heritage site.

129km

46.13519824.521323

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Sinaia

Romania
Sinaia is one of Romania's finest holiday resorts, located deep into the Carpathian Mountains. In the late 19th century King Charles I of Romania chose Sinaia as his summer residence and built the fabulous Peles Castle, which is today the city's best known landmark.

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