Făgăraş is a town in Transylvania.
As Făgăraş is on the main road between Braşov and Sibiu it is reached by very frequent buses from both of them (travel time one hour-one hour and half). A few buses from Sighişoara (two and a half hours away) also exist. Some schedules are available on autogari.ro
Făgăraş is reached by five-six commuter trains daily from Braşov (travel time of around one hour 40 minutes). Timetables can be found on rail operator's CFR website 
The town is small enough to be visited on foot.
- Făgăraș Citadel (Cetatea Făgărașului), Piaţa Mihai Viteazul nr. 1 (near downtown), ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. June to September Tu-Fr 8AM-6PM, Sa-Su 8AM-4PM; October to May Tu-Su 8AM-6PM. A major medieval fortress built in the 14th century (later one of the palaces of the Transylvanian princes) with a surprisingly well preserved initial structure. It also houses a museum with history, ethnography and art collections 5 lei adults, 2 lei children, 10 lei guided tours.
- Saint Nicholas Church (Biserica Sfântul Nicolae), strada Tudor Vladimirescu nr. 16, ☎ . A Orthodox church built in 1697-1698 in the famous Brâncovenesc architectural style.
Accommodations are available in a few guesthouses/small hotels, with prices ranging between €14-€50/night.
- Sâmbăta resort (20 km south-west of town) is a good base for hikes into the Făgăraş massif