Biertan - a quiet village in the heart of Transylvania, famous for its fortified church - largest in the area and a UNESCO World Heritage site. First mentioned in 1402, the initial Gothic basilica was demolished and rebuilt between 1500-1525. The wooden furniture dates from early 16th century and the clock still works. The legend says that one of the towers was used as a prison to punish husbands who wanted a divorce. Couples were held in the tower in rooms with one bed, one chair , one table, one glass, claiming there was only one divorce in 300 years!
Jidvei - known for more than 700 years as a centre of wine producing, located in a sunny hills area, this village was created by Saxon colonists in the early 13th century. They brought grape vine varieties from their home land, explaining why Jidvei is considered second motherland of the well known German Traminer wine. It is now one of the finest wine producers in the country, famous worldwide.