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Sibiu is a multicultural and multiethnic city that vibrates with life, where there is always something to do. Sibiu is a city of superlatives, split between the medieval town which preserves testimonies of the past and the modern city involved in European projects. Find short-term accommodation in Romania’s most beautiful city in unique buildings of ancient charm. Short-term rental options in Sibiu are diverse, you have a choice between luxury villas, comfortable suites at affordable prices, bed and breakfasts that take you back in time or apartments located in the tourist areas of the city.


Top attractions in Sibiu


Symbol of Sibiu, the Tower Hall is located between the two most important squares of the city, Piata Mare and Piata Mica. You must visit the Brukenthal Museum, the first museum in Romania and in this part of Europe, started as a private collection of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal. Nowadays, the Brukenthal Palace houses one of the most important European art galleries in Romania. Another location is the famous Bridge of Liars, the first iron bridge in Romania and one of the most important symbols of the city, famous for its legend that if someone tells a lie on the bridge, it will collapse. You must also see the Astra Museum, the second largest open air museum in the world, which represents the synthesis of traditional folk civilization in Romania.


Sibiu city life


A walk in Sibiu will reveal evidence of the past everywhere, in the historic buildings from the central squares, in the old walls of defense, in the museums and memorial houses. Sibiu rewrites every year its history as a modern European city, with dozens of projects and events. For those who visit the city in winter, we recommend Paltinis, the oldest mountain resort in Romania, situated at the highest altitude in the country (1442m).


Regarding the gastronomic experience, there is a wide range of traditional markets and restaurants. Sibiu is in the running for the title of gastronomic capital of Europe for 2019. As special locations, Saxon food lovers should visit Hermania, and the romantics should go to the Wine Cellar, Winekellar, location of medieval inspirational where you can enjoy a wide range of wines.


How to get to Sibiu


Sibiu is easily accessible from all over Romania. The train ride from Bucharest takes about five and a half hours. Sibiu has an international airport, and the trip from Bucharest by plane lasts 45 minutes.