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This tiny village is special in that it is possible for visitors to visit a local family.
It’s a pedestrian city, with an imposing medieval wall, well-preserved towers, narrow streets, gabled 17th century buildings, the infamous Liar’s Bridge, and two church-dominated squares – Great Square and Little Square.
Completed in 1883, the elaborately adorned castle served as the summer residence of King Carol’s royal family until 1947.
It was the first European castle to adopt electricity, and host to Romania’s first movie projection in 1906 in its own dedicated theater room.
Vlad the Impaler, while not immortal, was pretty scary and nasty in his own right, known for his cruel and intimidating method of torturing his enemies.
Built in 1495, the gothic-style Evangelical church stands on the site of a 13th century Roman basilica.