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Sighișoara

The birthplace of Vlad Țepeș „Dracula”

The birthplace of Dracula. A medieval citadel in the heart of Transylvania.

170 kilometers from Bucharest is the city of Sighișoara, one of the most beautiful medieval cities in all Europe, entered in the UNESCO heritage. Sighișoara represents the first stop for many of the people passionate of Dracula’s legend, but also of the history and inspiration behind it.

Sighişoara stronghold welcomes its visitors with a journey into the past, and as one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world, this amazing destination should definitely be visited for its unique charm.

Vlad Dracul House

The old city of Sighisoara is the actual birth place of Vlad Tepes, the historical figure made known worldwide by Bram Stoker’s famous novel, Dracula. Bram Stoker wrote the novel inspired by the story of the bloody Romanian ruler who was said to drink the blood of those he tortured and executed for various crimes.

Currently, tourists can walk on the streets of Sighișoara after sunset to enter the Romanian atmosphere perfectly, or they can even choose to serve dinner at the restaurant set up in the building that was once Vlad Dracul’s house.

Dracula House, located on Cositorarilor street at number 5, currently serves as a medieval restaurant where travelers on the trail of the famous vampire can dine with traditional inspiration. On request I can choose to visit Dracula’s bedroom where they are greeted by a small surprise in the form of an actor dressed in the costume made famous by the Romanian-inspired films, ready to scare even the bravest guests.

What to visit in Sighișoara?

Vlad Dracul House
The Clock Tower
The Tower of the Blacksmiths
The Monastery Church
The Venetian House
The County Palace – Sighisoara City Hall
The House of Chronicler Georgius Krauss
House with Deer
Torle Gate
Covered stairs
The Church in the Hill
The Fortress Square
Tailors Tower
Tower of Boots
Tailors Tower
Cojocarilor Tower
Butchers’ Tower
The Tobacco Tower
The Tower of the Rangers

What to visit in Sighișoara?

Vlad Dracul House
The Clock Tower
The Tower of the Blacksmiths
The Monastery Church
The Venetian House
The County Palace – Sighisoara City Hall
The House of Chronicler Georgius Krauss
House with Deer
Torle Gate
Covered stairs
The Church in the Hill
The Fortress Square
Tailors Tower
Tower of Boots
Tailors Tower
Cojocarilor Tower
Butchers’ Tower
The Tobacco Tower
The Tower of the Rangers

Want to visit?

This location is included in the Dracula Story tour.