Run by Peter Suciu, Wanderlust offers day trips to the Saxon villages and cycling tours. You can also experience rustic life by meeting...
Collection of Medieval Arms
This small collection of armoury has four rooms devoted to medieval helmets, shields, crossbows, maces (aka ‘whips for fight’) and...
Inside the Clock Tower, the History Museum has small rooms that wind up to the 7th-floor lookout above the clock. On the 1st floor,...
Despite the ghoulish Dracula bust mounted to the wall, the house where Vlad was born could have been dealt a worse blow than this...
Piaţa Cetăţii · interesting places nearby
Casa Dracula information
Continuing west towards Piaţa Cetăţii, you come to the site in which Vlad Ţepeş (Dracula) was born in 1431 and reputedly lived until the age of four. The pretty, all-renovated Casa Dracula is now a restaurant. Bubble-burster: the building is indeed centuries old, but has been completely rebuilt since Vlad's days.