Visiting Sibiu and the surrounding villages, you’ll discover a region in which three main ethnic groups (Saxons, Romanians and Landlers) have lived together, through good and hard times. Join us and meet amazing people, explore the architectural heritage and enjoy the beautiful landscape.
Carriages pulled by horses are still a means of transport, and if you ever stay here, you may be woken up in the morning by the cows’ bells, as they walk along the little streets, heading towards the pastures.
Sibiu – Cristian Fortified Church – Sibiel Glass Icons Museum – Cisnădioara Fortress – Cisnădie Fortified Church – Sibiu
This tour will combine the stories of the Saxons, Romanians and Landlers, who co-existed in Sibiu for centuries.
In Cristian we’ll visit a beautiful fortified church (in the Bacon Tower, we’ll taste some delicious home-made food too!) and we’ll discover more about the ‘Town of Storks’.
At the museum, we’ll learn about some traditional crafts.
In Cisnădioara we’ll climb a hill to visit the oldest fortress in Transylvania and be rewarded with a stunning view of the surroundings.
In Cisnădie we’ll visit a Lutheran Church that features the first ever lightning rod in Transylvania.
Private Tour 8h
about 65 km | 40 miles
4 seat car | mini-van
Travelling in small groups
*Optional: a meal in a local traditional household
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