Day 2. Brasov
After breakfast departure to Campina where we will visit Iulia Hasdeu Castle, a peaceful temple-castle based on the magic numbers 3 and 7. It was built by the academician B.P. Hasdeu, according to the blueprints designed by him, inspired, as he ensured, by the immortal spirit of his only child - Julia. We'll have a long day ahead so we'll take a hearty lunch at Cutitu' de Argint in Sinaia. Nestled in the Carpathian Mountains, on Prahova River Valley, Sinaia Resort is home to one of Europe's most beautiful Castles - Peles Castle. Next stop: Brasov. The city of Brasov has a history that extends more than 800 years and it's a wonderful mix of medieval and modern. After a walking tour of the town's historic centre we will have a traditional dinner at Taverna Sarbului Restaurant. Overnight at Ambient Hotel 4*, Brasov
Day 3. Transylvanian Fortresses
After breakfast we will start our journey through Transylvania countryside. Prejmer fortified church was built in 1212 - 1213 by the Teutonic Knights and is the largest and one of the best preserved of its kind in South - Eastern Europe. We continue our route up to Harman to visit the fortified basilica built in the 13th century by the Cistercian Monks in Romanesque style and featured in Gothic style in the 16th century after a fire. After, we continue our route to Viscri, to visit the fortified church, designated in 1993 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and have lunch. Also we will take a close look at the 18th Saxon houses of the village. One of these houses was bought and restored in 2006 by Charles, The Prince of Wales. Our next stop is Sighisoara, one of the few fortified towns which are still inhabited. Sighisoara Citadel is a 12th century Saxon edifice and is listed as a World Heritage Site. We will dine at Casa cu Cerb, in the heart of medieval citadel. Overnight at Korona Hotel 4*, Sighisoara.