Marble paved streets, pastels houses, eclectic architecture, bougainvillea at every corner, stunning cliff views, crystal clear water and much more
The Haferland region is situated in Transylvania, between the famous Sighisoara and Rupea. The German name is due to the German colonists that settled here in the 12th century and who made this place their home for about 800 years.
Small cobbled streets, narrow passages, coloured houses, beautiful market squares make you fall in love with it instantly.
Transylvania’s landscape is spectacular, from the mountains, valleys, beautiful roads, numerous castles, and fortified churches to charming old towns and modern cities
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