Traseul Celor Trei Fortificatii - A recent addition to the touristic map of Alba-Iulia.
Piața Cetății - On any festival day, the citadel is decorated with medieval flags and has stalls selling food and drinks and souvenirs.
Muzeul Național al Unirii - Discover the history behind Romania's unification. In front of the museum there is an alley of important figures of Romanian history.
Catedrala Romano-Catolică - The Roman-catholic cathedral is over 1000 years old. Inside is the tomb of Iancu de Hunedoara, an important historic figure in both Romanian and Hungarian history.
Catedrala Reîntregirii Neamului - The cathedral was build in the early 1920 for the 1922 coronation of Kind Ferdinand and Queen Maria as rulers of United Romania, following the 1918 unification of all the historic Romanian lands.
Turnul Sfatului - Climb up steadily and take in the view of the city.
Piața Mare - The heart of the city, the place where everything happens. Check for festivals, fairs and markets.
Biserica din Deal - The view is impressive, as you can see all around you the hills and the forest.
Concordia Café - It does offer good food, but service is rather slow, so in case you do not have much time to spend in Sighişoara, preparing sandwiches in advance might be a better idea.
Turnul cu Ceas - Go up to the walls, go through the gate under the clock tower and enter a piece of history.
The Old Town Hostel - A perfect place to "recharge your batteries" before you set out to discover Sibiu
Piața Mică - A lively place during both by day (artisan's markets) and by night (cafes & bars)
Fortress in Alba Iulia, Romania
Terracotta Warriors, Xian, China. You can't imagine the smell of earth or the scale of this dig site until you're standing in front of it.
The other Romanian Capital ~ Romania Tours. The Bathyaneum Library from Alba Iulia, a must see for any culture afficionado
A little bit funny! Chicken Man Xian, China
Muzeul Național al Unirii
Little Wild Goose Pagoda @ Xian