Cetatea romaneasca este pe aceeasi lista cu orase precum Salzburg, Bruges, Winchester sau Luxemburg, scrie realitatea.net
Site-ul Flexijourney.com a realizat o listă cu cele mai frumoase 66 de oraşe mici din Europa. Site-ul a aşezat pe listă şi cetatea medievală Sighişoara. Tarile vest europene au prezenta foarte buna in top, dar regasim si cateva bijuterii urbane din Croactia, Cehia, Bosnia sau Bulgaria.
Pe locul 52, Sighisoara este in topul celor mai frumoase 66 de orase mici din Europa, potrivit Flexijourney.com
Sighişoara is a city and municipality on the Târnava Mare River in Mureş County, Romania. Located in the historic region Transylvania, Sighişoara has a population of 32,287 (2002). During the 12th century, German craftsmen and merchants known as the Transylvanian Saxons were invited to Transylvania by the King of Hungary to settle and defend the frontier of his realm. The chronicler Krauss lists a Saxon settlement in the actual Sighiṣoara by 1191. By 1280 it was known by the Latin name of Castrum Sex, and by 1298 by the Saxon name of Schespurch resp. Schaesbrich. By 1337 Sighişoara had become a royal center for the kings, who awarded the settlement urban status in 1367 as the Civitas de Segusvar. The city played an important strategic and commercial role at the edges of Central Europe for several centuries. (based on a wikipedia article / cc by-sa)