The Saxons first arrived in Romania’s Transylvania region in the 12th Century, but over the past few decades the community has all but vanished from the region.
This city, compact and cultural, cuts a figure as European as any of its EU counterparts: it is steeped in history, has impressive architecture, quaint cobbled streets and squares lined with coffee shops and restaurants.
A new app is aimed at helping people swap the city for the great outdoors
Discover a rural hideaway that’s big on food, and is near the city that inspired the vampire legend
From stunning nature to fine wine, Stephen McGrath on Romania’s under-appreciated delights
Schuster’s family history in Cincșor stretches back hundreds of year, “at least,” she says. – OZB Magazine
The Transylvanian citadel that’s perfect for a budget break – The Spectator
It may sound like a nightmare, but records show that this form of marriage counselling in Transylvania was rather effective – BBC