Transylvania is home to a lot of villages with fortified churches built by the Saxons between the 13th and 15th centuries. Seven of the fortified churches have been designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites of Romania. A lot of them is located in the middle of villages, close to greenery so travellers have a great experience going about it.
Founded by German craftsmen and merchants known as the Saxons of Transylvania, Sighisoara is a strong example of a medieval town which played an important role in strategic and commercial fringes of Europe for several centuries.
One of the most picturesque heritage of Romania, the painted Monasteries of Bucovina is known for its beautiful paintings and art work. One of the most popular listing in the World Heritage Site of Romania.
Structured as long, pointed these stands as a gothic style of churches and have a lot of significance among the locals and the tourists too. The walls of the church are painted by the local artisans and are fresh and intact even till date.
The classic blend of the military and the religious architectural blend you got to visit this place as one of the top World Heritage sites of Romania.