The same day I took these photos, we decided to drive into the hills surrounding the town and see if we could find a scenic spot from whence to photograph it. We found a couple of spots. There are a couple of pensions perched up there, with great views of the valley and the town. … Continue reading Sighisoara from a distance
These were taken in November of 2010, so let's say it was eight years ago or so. Things may look different now -- hopefully better, given how much tourism this little town gets each year. It was one of our typical jaunts through the medieval fortress, along its walls and back down the stairs toward … Continue reading More images from Sighisoara
As opposed to these photos, the ones you'll see here are popular sights most tourists get to see (or not, depending on what they're looking at). Enjoy!
Back in August, I took several panoramas during a trip from Sighisoara to Fagaras where we decided to take the winding country roads, which meant also meant driving on dirt roads for quite some time during that trip. The views were worth it. Here are a few of them. Go ahead, click through to see … Continue reading Panoramas from Southern Transilvania
This Labor Day, we drove into Sighisoara and we decided to see it differently from the way most of its visitors see it. The typical route is to park at the bottom of the hill, walk up the stairs, see the clocktower, tour the piazza, buy some trinkets and go back down... We drove into … Continue reading Sighisoara: off the beaten path
We attended a wonderful concert last night, given by the Brasov Opera Orchestra in Sighisoara (Schassburg), at Casa de Cultura Mihai Eminescu, an old venue at the foot of the Sighisoara Castle. Sighisoara is a medieval city in the province of Transilvania, Romania. There were two soloists: Cristian Braica, a wonderful Romanian contrabassist now based … Continue reading Brasov Opera Orchestra concert at Sighisoara