Sighisoara (rum. Sighişoara; Ger. Schässburg; hung. Segesvár; lat. Castrum Sex)) is one of the seven known Saxon cities in Romania. It is located in the central part of the country, in the historical province of Transylvania, which is the most important center of Cluj.
Sighisoara is located in the county of Mures. Sighisoara is famous as the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler, known as Count Dracula. The old core of Sighisoara is one of the best preserved medieval city core, not only in Transylvania and Romania, but also in Central Europe. Therefore, the old city within the walls Jegra included in the list of world heritage by UNESCO. Also, the city is the same reason he became the meeting place of tourism in recent decades.