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Hotel Sibiu (oras)

Hotel Golden Tulip Ana Tower
Hotel Golden Tulip Ana Tower
Hotel Golden Tulip Ana Tower 4 stars Sibiu, Sibiu

Opened in September 2008, Golden Tulip Ana Tower**** hotel is one of the best accommodation options in Sibiu, both in terms of comfort of accommodation and staff services. More details

Hotel  Levoslav House
Hotel Levoslav House
Hotel  Levoslav House 4 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Originally built in 1840 and completely renovated in 2008, Levoslav House**** hotel building was for 40 years the residence of composer and conductor Jan Levoslav Bella. Located in the historic... More details

Hotel  Libra
Hotel Libra
Hotel  Libra 4 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Away from the daily bustle, Libra**** hotel awaits its clients for relaxation in style and good taste. Libra**** in Sibiu is a luxurious, four star classified hotel, offering its services for... More details

Hotel  The Council
Hotel The Council
Hotel  The Council 4 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Villa Astoria**** hotel has proposed to create in luxury properties an atmosphere of delicate luxury, for those who love the classic environment and also to participate through its services... More details

Hotel  Ana
Hotel Ana
Hotel  Ana 3 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Ana*** hotel in Sibiu, present on the local market since 2004, is the first hotel of Ana hotel group and defines the concept of quality service of the 3 stars market. The ambiance is modern,... More details

Hotel  Fantanita Haiducului
Hotel Fantanita Haiducului
Hotel  Fantanita Haiducului 3 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

In an idyllic landscape, in which smoothly join with a modern purpose, nature, wood and stone, Best Western Fantanita Haiducului *** complex is at your disposal with a rich supply of services.... More details

Hotel  Ibis Sibiu
Hotel Ibis Sibiu
Hotel  Ibis Sibiu 3 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

At the end of September 2009, Ibis Romania network marked the official opening of the 4th Ibis hotel, in Sibiu. Ibis Sibiu*** is designed to offer a safe choice in terms of level of service and... More details

Vila/pension Sibiu (oras)

Pension  Elixia
Pension Elixia
Pension  Elixia 4 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Casa Elixia**** is a pension with style and high quality services. It offers its guests hospitality, sophistication and quality of a first class pension. Great atmosphere, elegance and promptitude... More details

Villa  Andra
Villa Andra
Villa  Andra 3 stars Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Andra*** villa in Sibiu is a small, intimate and comfortable location, offering good conditions of accommodation at affordable rates. More details

Pension Casa Romana
Pension Casa Romana
Pension Casa Romana 3 daisies Sibiu, Sibiu (oras)

Casa Romana*** pension is the perfect location for vacations, business trips or for a stop of a day or two in the beautiful city of Sibiu. Fully restored in 2008, under the roof of a Saxon house in... More details

Description of the destination Sibiu (oras)

One of the most important cities in Romania in terms of tourism - Sibiu - enjoyed the privilege of being named the "European Cultural Capital" in 2007, hosting exceptional cultural events. Sibiu is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Romania, offering its guests excellent accommodation and leisure.
Sibiu (in German - Hermannstadt) is the seat of the county with the same name, an important economic and cultural center of Transylvania, now called "martyr city". Sibiu is located in southern Transylvania, in the depression Cibin, crossed by the river with the same name.
The medieval fortress of Sibiu - remained intact after two world wars and untouched by the communist regime - still preserves the spirit and atmosphere of long gone centuries. The first written mention of the fortress of Sibiu was made in 1191, under the name Cibinium in an ecclesiastical document from the Vatican. In XIV century, Sibiu has become a major trade center and, for centuries, it was the most important German city in Transylvania. In Sibiu was published the Lutheran Catechism (1544), the first book printed in Romanian. Since 1692, with the growing of the Austrian influence, Sibiu became the capital of Transylvania. This was a flourishing period of the city, the most important building in this period was Brukenthal Palace. In 1872 it was built the first rail line, and in 1897 Sibiu is electrified.
Sibiu city center is very well preserved; the walls and fortification systems are in very good condition. In Sibiu you can visit: Brukenthal Museum, Museum of History, History of Pharmacy Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of Arms and Hunting Trophies, Emil Sigerus Museum of Saxon Ethnography and Folk Art, Franz Binder Museum of Ethnography, Transylvanian Civilization Museum, Museum of Popular Techniques, Museum of Steam Engines; Parish Evangelical Church, Orthodox Cathedral, Ursulinelor Church and Complex, the Roman Catholic Church in Piatra Mare, Franciscan Church, Reformed Church, "Johanniskirche" Evangelical Church, Church of the Pit (Biserica din Groapa), the Church of the Fir trees (Biserica dintre Brazi), Holy Cross Chapel, Jewish faith Synagogue. Another points of is of great tourism interest are: the Bridge of Lies (Podul Minciunilor), Piata Mare and Piata Mica, Hall Tower and Stairs Tower, Stairs Passage, City Hall.
Evangelical Church - one of the most beautiful and impressive Gothic buildings in Transylvania, built in 1520 on the place of an old Romanic basilica since the XIIth century. In front of the church there is the statue of Bishop Georg Daniel Teutsch (1817-1893), built in 1899. The interior of the church is in Gothic style, with arched vaults and tombstones on the walls of the north. The building is dominated by the 7 storey tower with four turrets on the corners, a sign that the city had the right of condemnation. The cathedral tower, with a height of 73.34 m, is one of the highest in Transylvania. The cathedral choir is located in the balcony on the south side and includes a Baroque organ made by a Slovak craftsman in 1671, which replaced the first organ brought in Sibiu in 1585. In 1914, the great organ was installed in the church, the largest organ in the south-eastern Europe, and in 1997 it was completely renovated.
Lutheran Cathedral with two frames of the portal, located inside the north and south porches. The southern portal is older (1457). In the north, mason Nicholas finished the porch in 1509, modeled on the south one.
Orthodox Cathedral - built between 1902-1906 on the site of a Greek church (built in 1778) which until then served as an Episcopal cathedral; it has the characteristics of a Byzantine basilica, being a small-scale copy of St. Sophia Church in Constantinople.
Ursulinelor complex is composed of the Greek Catholic Church and former monastery of the Ursuline. The first building raised on the site in 1474 was a Dominican convent until 1543, when, at the religious reform that led much of the Saxon population shift to the Lutheran religion, the place of worship came into possession of Lutherans.

Close to the church was there is Sarii Gate (Poarta Sarii). In 1733, eight nuns from Bratislava came to Sibiu and founded a Catholic school for girls, building Ursulinelor Monastery next to the church. The monastery, known as Kloster Kirche, was taken in 1755 by the Order of Ursulines nuns. Currently, the building houses Andrei Saguna Pedagogical College and, since 1996, it bears a marble plaque that commemorates 200 years of pedagogical education in Sibiu.
Holy Trinity Parish Roman Catholic Church was built by Jesuits in 1726-1733, in the spirit of early Viennese baroque, on the site of the pharmacy building. The building was restored in the years 1971-1975, and the painting in 1977 to 1978. Among the valuable items inside, we mention: Mary and Child fresco that decorates the main altar, the work of the painter Anton Steinwald (1774); the tomb of General Count Otto Ferdinand of Abensberg Traum (1677-1747), military commander of Transylvania, a work in high relief and Rondo-bosso of bronze of sculptor Anton Schuchbauer of Cluj.
Franciscan Church - Gothic church supported by buttresses; inside it there is a baroque church (hall type), having a semicircular arch, with a gallery above the north side.
Church of the "pit" (Biserica din groapa) - Orthodox church built between 1788 - 1789, a small church hall type with a tower on 3 levels, on the west side. The rich interior painting was done after 1960, by Nicolae Brana.
Church of the fir trees (Biserica dintre Brazi) - the oldest Romanian religious building in Sibiu, dating from 1788; it is dedicated to Sts. Peter and Paul. It has Baroque elements such as massive columns, pilasters and ground shell. In the small cemetery surrounding the church, there are numerous funerary monuments of historic importance.

Chapel of the Holy Cross – on the place of the current chapel it was found a Dominican convent, which was built in the first half of the thirteenth century. The crucifix story began in 1417, when Austrian artist Peter Lantregen has carved out of a single block of stone the monument Jesus on the Cross, between Mary and John. The 7.30 meters high cross is placed over the Dominican church altar. After the Turkish invasion in the year 1432, the Dominican convent and church suffer great damage, for which in 1474 the order moves inside the city walls. The former Dominican monastery is used as a shelter for sick and poor people, which is why it will be known as the "Church of suffering people". The siege of Sibiu by the Hungarians in 1659 lead Sibiu authorities to demolish the church, so that it do not be used as a point of attack, and the cross was buried in debris and mud for 24 years. Since 1683, the crucifix was dug and, by successive work during over two centuries, was born the chapel in the form that we see today. It was inaugurated in 1755. Inside the chapel it is the Holy Cross.
Council Tower - one of the most famous monuments of the city of Sibiu. It has this name because it defends the gateway to the second precinct, located near the building that sheltered the Sibiu City Hall, mentioned in documents in 1324. The probable dating of the tower corresponds to the edification of the two fortified enclosures, in the period 1224 to 1241.
Bridge of the Lies (Podul Minciunilor) – the bridge, built after the demolition of the houses that laid close to the Council Tower, was inaugurated in 1860, a year after its building. It is the first wrought iron bridge built in Romania. The resistance elements of the bridge consist of four metal arched traverses, decorated with rosettes and a belt of items inscribed in circles. On one is inscribed the name of Fredericus Hütte, the creator of the bridge. Next to the Bridge of Lies, you can descend to Down Town on the Citizens’ Stairs.  
Arts House – being originally the Butchers Hall, documented in 1370, then it was owned by the furriers and in  XVIII century it was used as a granary. In 1765, for a short time, it was used as a theater room for actors of a theater group, led by actress Gertraut Bodenburger. After extensive restoration works, Arts House was reopened to the public on October 17, 2006, now being the headquarters of the Museum of Saxon Ethnography "Emil Sigerus" and the Folk Art Galleries.
Hermes House - the building is important in historical terms because it is located in the oldest central part of the city and also because here formerly lived personalities of the time - the committee of the Saxons, royal judges - XVII – XVIII centuries.
The no. 13building, XVI cntury, presents two arches and a passage connecting with Huet Square, known as the Shoemakers Passage, a long vaulted passage of 16 m.
The no. 22 building is the only one of the same characteristics of the Main Square (Piata Mare) buildings, with courtyard and entrance arch. The rooms on the right side, at the ground floor, present a number of invaluable murals, dating from 1631. The garden is divided transversely by a medieval wall of defense, where it was made a gate with a stone staircase with two diverging ramps (XVIII century). A second medieval wall separates the garden of the plot from Street Ocnei, no. 10.
The eastern side of the square starts at building no. 24, XVI century, the highest in the square, which includes in the facade one of the defense towers of the second chamber, Goldsmiths Gate Tower (XIII century). At no. 25 there is the Goldsmiths Guild House (XV-XVI centuries) with four semi-circular openings of the house on the square on columns of stone.
The no. 26 building has 4 semicircular vaults opened to the square and a massive portal, vaulted with a crossing passage. Here, between 1600 and mid-century XIX, it was the pharmacy "At Black Bear” (La Ursul Negru). The building dates from the year 1568 and now houses the Museum of the History of Pharmacy.
In Sibiu is located in the oldest restaurant on the actual territory of Romania - "The Barrel of Gold (Butoiul e Aur)" – which, since the XVI century, is located in the same building in the Passage of Stairs (Pasajul Scarilor). They say that Mihai Viteazul himself arrived here after the battle of Selimbar. The second oldest location in Sibiu, where there is now a restaurant, is located on the street Al. Papiu Ilarian at number 3 - Old Sibiu Cellar (Crama Sibiul Vechi) restaurant.

We recommend visiting the following tourist attractions: Palace Brukenthal, Brukenthal Picture Gallery, the Print Cabinet, Romanian Art Gallery, Brukenthal Library, Brukenthal Breviary, History Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of the History of Pharmacy, "Franz Binder" Museum of Ethnography, Arts House - "Emil Sigerus" Museum of Saxon Ethnography, ASTRA Traditional Civilization Museum and Museum of Locomotives. There are also interesting: Arms Square, Fortress Walls, the Haller Bastion, Soldisch Bastion (of the Mercenaries), Archebuzierilor Tower, Potters Tower, Carpenters Tower, Thick Tower, Stairs Tower, Cisnadiei Gate Tower, Powder Tower, Tanners' Tower, Priests, Goldsmiths Stair Tower, Council Tower.
Annual cultural events taking place in Sibiu: the International Theater Festival, the Medieval Art Festival, "La Strada" Unconventional Art Festival and Sibiu International Jazz Festival.
Two blocks from the city of Sibiuthere are the ethnographic area Marginimea Sibiului, the resort of Paltinis, the salty lakes from Ocna Sibiu, Transfagarasan road and Balea Lac Lake.

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