This walking food tour takes you to the UNESCO protected citadel (Burg) and to the lower old center. You will have the chance to taste some exclusive local products and try recipes.
The cuisine of southern Transylvania is a mosaic that reflects the multicultural gastronomic and cultural influences of the populations and various trends in society. There are 11 different cultural influences in the region: those who lived here (Romanians, Saxons, Hungarians, Armenians, Jews, and Roma) and influences of the surrounding, regional, or historical powers and authorities (Austrian, Turkish, Russian, French, and Greek).
Learn more about how nature and the territory influenced the local food and the characteristics of the regional gastronomy in the oldest school in Sighișoara.
Try some typical cheese from the Târnave area of the Transylvanian Highlands and delicious pork specialities.
Taste some local white wines, such as the Fetească Regală (Royal Maiden), from a small, local wine producer.
Get an introduction to the various sweet and sour soups, the everyday meal of the majority of the Transylvanians.
Experience an old Saxon recipe, reinterpreted by an open-minded chef from a local restaurant.