Incredibly picturesque, with colorful houses, cozy terraces and small hotels everywhere. Not necessarily typically Romanian, but German/Transylvanian, given the history of the town. Naturally, a bit touristy with souvenirs and guides, a medieval festival and steeper prices in the most popular attractions, but very romantic and fairytale-like. This is a place you definitely have to visit while in Romania. I myself and Romanian but living in Sweden and I hadn't had the chance up until now. I'm enjoying myself. This part of the country is beautiful!
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