UNESCO Heritage

Travel across time with the UNESCO World Heritage of Romania, from antic Dacian sites to medieval fortified churches and much more.

Saschiz Fortified Church: 500 Years of History in Transylvania

fortified chuech of Saschiz

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Romania, the fortified church of Saschiz is one of the highlights of Transylvania’s Saxon heritage.  Read more ›

Sarmizegetusa Regia: The Legendary Capital of the Dacians

Sarmizegetusa Regia

Hidden in the dense forests of the Carpathians, Sarmizegetusa Regia is one of the oldest, most surprising and mysterious attractions in Romania.  Read more ›

Prejmer Fortified Church: For Centuries in the First Line of Attacks

Prejmer fortified church

Now a UNESCO Heritage Site, Prejmer Fortified Church was conquered only once, but went through 50 sieges during its hundreds of years of existence.  Read more ›


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Moldovita Monastery: Rare Frescoes from the Medieval Ages

Moldovita Monastery

Moldovita Monastery is one of the eight painted churches from the UNESCO Heritage Sites, all masterpieces inspired by the Byzantine art.  Read more ›

Sucevita Monastery: The Masterpiece of Painted Churches

Sucevita Monastery

Few religious monuments are as mesmerizing as Sucevita Monastery, one of the painted churches from Bucovina included on the UNESCO World Heritage list.  Read more ›

Humor Monastery: World Unique Paintings and Centuries of History

Humor Monastery

Humor Monastery is one of the religious masterpieces and top attractions of Bucovina, also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Read more ›

Viscri: The Saxon Village Where Traditions Came Back to Life


With a history that goes back to the 12th century, Viscri is today one of Romania’s most famous villages and a must-see authentic attraction from Transylvania. Read more ›