Run by Peter Suciu, Wanderlust offers day trips to the Saxon villages and cycling tours. You can also experience rustic life by meeting...
The symbol of the town is this magnificent medieval clock tower, built in the 14th century and expanded 200 years later. It originally...
Café International & Family Centre
Walking tours of the town at 10am, 11.30am, 3pm and 4.30pm.
Enjoying a refurb when we visited, with its suitably Gothic interior of exposed brick walls and candlebra; you may just get bitten by...
Despite the ghoulish Dracula bust mounted to the wall, the house where Vlad was born could have been dealt a worse blow than this...
Str Cositorarilor 5 · interesting places nearby
Casa Dracula information
Vlad Ţepeş (aka Dracula) was reputedly born in this house in 1431 and lived here until the age of four. It's now a decent restaurant, but for a small admission, the staff will show you Vlad's old room (and give you a little scare). Bubble-burster: the building is indeed centuries old, but has been completely rebuilt since Vlad's days.