Welcome to Transylvania, it’s a mysterious and beautiful land, and listed the first place on the Top 10 Regions in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016. His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Wales considered the Transylvania as his second homeland. After 1989, Prince Charles of Wales visited Transylvania every year to spend his holidays in this beautiful place. Also he bought properties in the villages of Transylvania, including Sibiu, Viscri, Zalan Valley etc. The Prince of Wales reveals his passion for Romania:” It’s the timelessness of it which is so remarkable, almost out of some of those stories one used to read as a child. It’s quite remarkable. People are yearning for that sense of belonging and identity and meaning!“
- The Peles Castle in Sinaia: Built at end of the 19th century by King Carol I, with the new german style;
- Dracula Castle: Built in the 14th century by german Saxons and served as customs for many centuries between Transilvania and Wallachia;
- Brasov City: Settled by the Teutonic Knights in the 12th century, the Crown of Transylvania;
- Sighisoara: The birthplace of Count Dracula, one of the still inhabited medieval fortresses in the world, being protected by UNESCO.