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    Sibiu – a brief overview

    Set on a flat plain abutting the Transylvanian hills, medieval Sibiu could have been plucked from the pages of a European fairy story. During the 12th century, this was the largest and most prosperous of the seven fortified cities built by Saxon settlers in the hills of central Romania, and its streets are still lined with medieval houses and looming watchtowers.

    Sibiu has a long history as a centre for science, education and the arts: the first school, hospital, pharmacy and library in Romania were all constructed here during the medieval period. Today, Sibiu offers a medieval centre to rival Prague, but without the vast crowds of sightseers. Come here to see the real Transylvania.

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    Brukenthal National Museum

    Brukenthal Palace, Piaţa Mare 4-5
    550163 Sibiu
    Romania
    Tel: +40 269 217 691
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1000-1800 (Apr-Oct)
    Wed-Sun 1000-1800 (Nov-Mar)

    Housed in the stately Brukenthal Palace, the former home of the Austrian governor, the Brukenthal Museum is the nation’s top art gallery, with an impressive collection of Romanian and European paintings and sculpture. The collection includes a series of works by European masters that were confiscated by the Communist government and later stolen, before being recovered by the museum.

    History Museum

    Strada Mitropoliei 2
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Tues-Sun 1000-1800 (Apr-Oct)
    Wed-Sun 1000-1800 (Nov-Mar)

    Administered by the Brukenthal Museum, the history museum in the Altemberger House charts the history of Romania from prehistoric times through invasions and empires to the modern day. The collection covers everything from Roman statues and medieval jewellery to flintlock rifles and suits of armour.

    Evangelical Cathedral

    Piața Albert Huet FN
    Sibiu 550182
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Various

    A grand Gothic edifice lording it over Piața Albert Huet, the Evangelical Cathedral (aka the Lutheran Cathedral of Saint Mary) is the city’s most famous monument. Founded in the 12th century, the cathedral contains the mausoleums of Romanian royalty and a famous organ from 1772, with a font made from metal reclaimed from captured Turkish cannons.

    City Walls

    Bulevardul Corneliu Coposu
    Sibiu 550245
    Romania
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    The 12th-century walls of the fortified city of Sibiu are still visible in many parts of the city, and nine of the 39 watchtowers that once guarded the city are still intact. Built in classic Transylvanian style, these iconic towers conjure up images of the horse-drawn carts and men-at-arms who paraded under their arches in the medieval heyday of the Principality of Transylvania.

    Pharmaceutical Museum

    Piața Mică 26
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1000-1800 (summer)
    Wed-Sun 1000-1800 (winter)

    Medicines and remedies were sold on this site for centuries before the pharmacy was converted into a fascinating museum, charting the history of early medicine in Romania. Shelves are piled high with pills, tonics and sinister-looking medieval medical tools.

    Franz Binder Museum of World Ethnology

    Piața Mică 11
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1000-1800 (mid-May to Sep)
    Tue-Sun 0900-1700 (Oct to mid-May)

    Step from Romania to the far reaches of the globe at this quirky museum, displaying the curiosities amassed by the 19th-century collector Franz Binder. Displays cover everything from Asian shadow puppets to African masks and carvings.

    Astra Museum of Traditional Folk Civilisation

    Calea Dumbrăvii
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1000-1800 (Apr-Sep)
    Tue-Fri 0900-1700 (Oct-Mar)

    South of the centre, this open-air museum gathers together an impressive 120 traditional buildings in a vast country park. With structures rescued from across Romania, it’s a fascinating place to explore, and live-re-enactments bring the local traditions to life.

    Museum of Hunting

    Strada Şcoala de Înot 4
    550005 Sibiu
    Romania
    Tel: +40 369 101 784
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1000-1800 (summer)
    Wed-Sun 1000-1800 (winter)

    Set in the former hunting lodge of Colonel August von Spiess, master of hunts for King Ferdinand I, this intriguing museum is stuffed with mounted heads, trophy antlers and ancient muskets. It’s set beside the sprawling expanse of Sub Arini Park.

    Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral

    Strada Mitropoliei 33
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Various

    The graceful Orthodox cathedral on Strada Mitropoliei is said to have been inspired by the Byzantine churches of Constantinople (now Istanbul), embellished with baroque and Transylvanian elements. The main reason to visit is the lavish interior, painted floor to ceiling with images of saints and sinners.

    Turnul Sfatului

    Piata Mica 1
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1000-1800

    The Turnul Sfatului, or Council Tower, rises elegantly above Piața Mare on one side, and Piața Micã on the other. From the top of this medieval landmark, there are sweeping views over the old city to the green hills beyond. Paintings of Sibiu through the ages are displayed in the stairway that climbs to the top of the tower.

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    Country overview

    There aren’t many countries in Europe where farmers still drive horse-drawn wagons and covered markets dominate over shopping malls, but then Romania isn’t quite like other places. While other Eastern Bloc members have seen their cities spruced up and populated with boutique hotels, international restaurants and

    quaint attractions, this traditional country still clings to its dog-eared charm. Yes, you’ll find the usual smattering of resort towns clustered around the Black Sea Coast, but outside the tourism hotspots Romania dances to the same rhythm it’s tapped out for a hundred years.

    Geography

    Romania is bordered to the north and east by Moldova and Ukraine, the southeast by the Black Sea, the south by Bulgaria, the southwest by Serbia and in the west by Hungary. The country is divided into four geographical areas. Transylvania (a belt of Alpine massifs and forests) and Moldavia compose the northern half of the country, which is divided down the middle by the north-south strip of the Carpathian Mountains. These comprise of 14 mountain ranges above 2,000m (6,560ft) with Moldoveanu Peak at 2,544m (8,300ft) the highest point. The terrain around here is a mix of extinct volcanic cones, lunar plains, thick forests and glacial lakes – perfect for hiking, cycling and adrenaline sports.

    South of the east-west line of the Carpathians lies the flat Danube plain of Wallachia with the capital Bucharest, its border with Bulgaria being defined by the course of the Danube. The Danube Delta, the best-preserved of its kind in Europe and a haven for wildlife, is a biosphere reserve and a biodiversity World Heritage Site. Romania’s other major rivers include the Olt, the Siret and the Mures.

    Romania’s coastline runs for nearly 200 km (120 miles) along the Black Sea, incorporating the port of Constanta and the Danube Delta.

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    Key facts

    Population: 21790479

    Population Density (per sq km): 91

    Capital: Bucharest.

    Language

    Romanian is the official language. Some Hungarian and German are spoken in border areas, while French and English are spoken by those connected with the tourist industry.

    Currency

    New Leu (RON; symbol (plural) Lei) = 100 bani. Notes are in denominations of Lei500, 100, 50, 10, 5 and 1. Coins are in denominations of Bani50, 10, 5 and 1. (Old notes were in denominations of Lei1,000,000, 500,000, 100,000, 50,000 and 10,000 and coins in denominations of Lei5,000, 1,000, 500 and 100.)

    Electricity

    230 volts AC, 50Hz. Plugs are of the two-pin type.

    General business opening hours

    Mon-Fri 0900-1700.

    Public holidays

    Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2016 – December 2017 period.

    2016

    New Year’s Day: 1.-2. January 2016
    Labour Day: 1. May 2016
    Orthodox Easter Monday: 2. May 2016
    Whit Monday: 20. June 2016
    Assumption Day: 15. August 2016
    National Day: 1. December 2016
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2016
    Second Day of Christmas: 26. December 2016

    2017

    New Year’s Day: 1.-2. January 2017
    Orthodox Easter Monday: 17. April 2017
    Labour Day: 1. May 2017
    Whit Monday: 5. June 2017
    Assumption Day: 15. August 2017
    National Day: 1. December 2017
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2017
    Second Day of Christmas: 26. December 2017

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    Nightlife in Sibiu

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    As elsewhere in Romania, the prime location for nightlife is the city centre. Many of the city’s best bars and pubs are tucked into the vaulted cellars and basements around Piața Micã and Piața Mare.

    For a more sophisticated night out, there’s always an orchestral concert at Sala Thalia.

    Sala Thalia

    Strada Cetății 3-5
    Sibiu 550245
    Romania
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    Franz Liszt and Johann Strauss were regular visitors to Sibiu, and the elegant Sala Thalia, home to the State Philharmonic of Sibiu, is the best place to hear the sound of wind and strings today.

    Oldies Pub

    Nicolae Balcescu 13
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    True to its name, this old-fashioned beer hall feels like a step back in time; come for guest beers, live bands and a cheerful, laid-back vibe.

    Atrium Classic Cafe

    Piața Mică 16
    Sibiu 550182
    Romania
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    A self-styled art café with DJ sets, art shows, quirky live stage performances and bistro-style bar snacks.

    Imperium

    Strada Nicolae Bălcescu 24
    Sibiu 550159
    Romania
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    This moody, dimly lit basement jazz club is the place to come for hip sounds and cool cocktails.

    Music Pub

    Piața Mică 23
    Sibiu 550182
    Romania
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    An atmospheric vaulted cellar on Piața Mică, with live bands and just the right amount of dive bar chic.

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    Restaurants in Sibiu

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    Food in Sibiu follows a traditional furrow, with most restaurants serving variations on classic Romanian cooking, or familiar dishes from around Europe.

    Look out for Transylvanian delicacies such as ‘cheese pies’, a little like Turkish pide prepared with local cheese.

    Max

    Strada Ocnei 22
    Sibiu 550188
    Romania
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    Price: Expensive

    With moody lighting and tables on the terrace, this is a great choice for a romantic dinner, with an eccentric menu that ranges from homemade pasta and pizzas to meat cooked on a hot stone.

    Pardon Café & Bistro

    Strada Cetății 14
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Price: Moderate

    The perfect place for dinner before a show at the State Philharmonic, with a pan-European menu and walls piled high with antiques.

    Crama Sibiu Vechi

    Strada A. Papiu Ilarian 3
    550160 Sibiu
    Romania
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    Price: Moderate

    Set in an atmospheric cellar, this reassuringly old-fashioned eatery is the best place to sample old-fashioned Romanian cooking.

    Crama Sibiana

    Avram Iancu 1-3
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Price: Moderate

    A popular retreat from the bustle on Piața Micã, with tables in a cosy basement and a hearty menu of Romanian and Transylvanian staples.

    La Pasaj

    Strada Turnului 3A
    Sibiu
    Romania
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    Price: Cheap

    A friendly and unpretentious café, tucked away on a lane in the Lower City, with a broad menu of soups, salads, pizzas and pasta dishes.

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    Sibiu Easter Fair

    25 – 28 March 2016
    Website

    Venue: Piața Mare.

    Over 40 traders from across Romania set up wooden stalls over Easter selling all manner of enticing products. Meticulously decorated chocolate eggs are heaped in baskets alongside beautiful dried flower decorations. Shoppers can also pick up leather goods, jewellery and edible treats such as spicy sausages or fresh cookies.

    Sibiu International Theatre Festival

    10 – 19 June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues.

    Dubbed the ‘third most important performing arts festival’ after Edinburgh and Avignon by the European commission, this arts extravaganza takes over Sibiu for 10 days each June. Among the hundreds of events are hilarious street performances, interactive dance shows, spectacular circus acts and world-class theatrical productions and concerts.

    TIFF (Transilvania International Film Festival)

    22 – 26 June 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues.

    Showcasing the best in Romanian cinema along with a superb selection of international films, TIFF screens an enthralling mix of contemporary movies and old favourites, using indoor and open-air venues. Watch out for extra-special events, such as the showing of a silent film to the accompaniment of a live orchestra.

    Carl Filtsch International Competition: Festival for Pianists and Composers

    4 – 10 July 2016
    Website

    Venue: Thalia Hall.

    Named after 19th-century child musical prodigy and composer Carl Filtsch, who died shortly before his 15th birthday, this competition is open to young pianists and composers from around the world. Auditions are open to the public, with a prize winners’ concert on the final night.

    ARTmania Festival

    28 – 31 July 2016
    Website

    Venue: Piața Mare.

    Rock music is the main focus of this week-long festival, but the programme extends to art and photography exhibitions, film screenings and workshops. A stellar line-up of bands performs everything from punk and alternative rock to heavy metal and gothic metal.

    Pottery Fair

    3 – 4 September 2016

    Venue: Piața Mare.

    Usually held in the first weekend of September, Sibiu’s pottery fair brings specialist craftspeople from all over Romania to show their wares in the main square. Visitors can admire and buy beautifully crafted ceramics, watch pottery demonstrations or even try their hand at spinning clay.

    Astra Film Festival

    17 – 23 October 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various Venues

    In this festival devoted to documentaries, awards are presented in four categories: international, Romanian, Central and Eastern European, and student films. Astra also shows a thought-provoking choice of out-of-competition films, and audiences have the chance to meet and debate with directors.

    Sibiu Christmas Market

    24 November – 26 December 2016
    Website

    Venue: Piața Mare

    In the run-up to Christmas, traditionally decorated stalls fill the main square, adorned with gleaming lights and packed with an astonishing selection of goodies from hand-stitched cuddly animals to artisan smoked sausages. Carol singing, ice skating and gingerbread decorating complete the festive atmosphere.

    All information subject to change. Please check the dates on the relevant event organizer’s website.

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    Hotels in Sibiu

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    Fitting its status as cultural capital of Transylvania, Sibiu has an impressive assortment of places to stay.

    Choose from grand historic properties, international chains, modern business hotels or a huge collection of simple pensiunea (guest houses).

    Hilton Sibiu

    Strada Pădurea Dumbrava 1
    Sibiu 550399
    Romania
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    Category: Expensive

    Away from the centre but close to the museums in the southern suburbs, the Hilton offers immaculate rooms, four restaurants, a superior spa and views over the green expanse of Dumbrava Sibiului Natural Park.

    Casa Luxemburg

    Piața Mică 16
    Sibiu 550182
    Romania
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    Category: Expensive

    You pay a premium for the location, but the smart, contemporary rooms with views over the Piața Micã and the Evangelical Cathedral are worth the mark up.

    Hotel Imparatul Romanilor

    Strada Nicolae Bălcescu 4
    Sibiu 550159
    Romania
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    Category: Moderate

    A hint of belle époque grandeur hovers over this grand 18th-century hotel, full of gilt furniture, classical busts and potted palms.

    Golden Tulip Ana Tower

    Strada Școala de Înot 2
    Sibiu 550005
    Romania
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    Category: Moderate

    A smart, business-class hotel, with great views, a superior restaurant and gym, and a handy location close to Sub Arini Park.

    Ibis Sibiu

    Calea Dumbravii 2-4
    550324 Sibiu
    Romania
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    Category: Cheap

    Set in a neat modern tower, the Ibis offers all the expected creature comforts and great city views, at a bargain rate.

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    Climate & best time to visit Romania

    Romania is a great year-round tourist destination. The best times to visit in terms of climate are the end of April to the beginning of July and from end of August to the end of October as temperatures are mild and pleasant. Summers can be hot especially in Southern Romania, including Bucharest, but along the Black Sea Coast, sea breezes offer moderate temperatures. Winters are coldest in the Carpathian Mountains where there is snow from December through to April. Snow also falls throughout most of the country.

    The ski season in Romania runs from December to March, although high resorts such as Stana de Vale often remain open until late April. Prices are cheaper at the beginning and the end of the season, with Christmas often the busiest time.

    On the Black Sea Coast, tourism reaches its height between June and August and temperatures during the summer months can reach a sizzling 40°C. Look for deals in May and September, when the weather is still balmy but the season isn’t yet in full swing.

    Other seasonal activities include bird-watching (from mid-April to mid-May in the Danube Delta) and wine-tasting, which focuses around a series of festivals in September and October.

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    Phone calls & Internet

    Telephone/Mobile Telephone

    Dialing Code: +40

    Telephone

    Public telephones are widely available and can be used for direct international calls; most require a calling card. Hotels often impose a high service charge for long-distance calls, but usually do not charge for local calls.

    Mobile Telephone

    Roaming agreements exist with many international mobile phone companies. Coverage is good around Bucharest and Romania’s other large towns but can be variable elsewhere – particularly in upland areas. Local mobile phone hire is available.

    Internet

    Romania has numerous internet cafés, some offering Wi-Fi. As of 2012, there were 8.7 million internet hosts in the country and around 8 million internet users.

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    Shopping in Sibiu

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    Key Areas

    Art galleries and antique shops add a hint of class to shopping in Sibiu. The best shopping areas are in the old centre, around Piața Mare and Piața Mică, and along Strada Nicolae Bălcescu.

    Markets

    The Christmas and Easter markets in Piața Mare pull in huge crowds, but there are several year-round markets that are worth browsing for local foodstuffs. You can pick up good Transylvanian cheeses in the Cibin Market on Piața Cibin, while the Rahova Market on Strada Rahovei has fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers.

    Shopping Centres

    Mall offerings are lean in historic Sibiu. A futuristic mall for the centre is still in the planning stages, but Shopping City Sibiu (out of town on Strada Sibiului DN 1) has megastores, supermarkets and brand name franchise stores for all.

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    Traveller etiquette

    Social Conventions

    A handshake is the most common form of greeting, but Romanian men may kiss a woman’s hand when being introduced. Mr or Mrs should be used when greeting someone for the first time. Visitors should follow normal European courtesies on social occasions. Dress tends to be rather conservative but casual wear is suitable. Beachwear should not be worn away from the beach or poolside. If visiting a home, a small wrapped gift should be given to the host, such as flowers or chocolates (to women only), wine or liquor. Flowers should be given as a gift in odd numbers only. Many Romanians are smokers and gifts of Western cigarettes are greatly appreciated.

    Other well-appreciated gifts include toiletries.

    Photography

    Military installations should not be photographed. Some tourist attractions require visitors to pay a fee (sometimes hefty) for taking photographs.

    Smoking

    The Romanian government bans smoking in every public place, but, as in many countries in Eastern Europe, smokers have little respect for non-smokers and for smoking laws. Smoking is forbidden on planes, on buses and on some trains. Luxury hotels have designated no-smoking floors but very few restaurants have no-smoking sections.

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    Health

    Main emergency number: 112

    Food & Drink

    Mains water is normally chlorinated, and whilst relatively safe, may cause abdominal upsets; bottled water is available. Milk is pasteurised and dairy products are safe for consumption. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables are generally considered safe to eat.

    Other Risks

    Hepatitis C and tuberculosis occur and hepatitis B is endemic. Stray dogs may carry the tick-borne African typhus disease and rabies is also present. If bitten, seek medical advice without delay. There have been confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza (bird flu) in the Danube Delta, Transylvania and Bucharest. The Romanian authorities have taken measures to contain the outbreaks and no human infections or deaths have been reported. In 2012, several cases of the West Nile Virus were reported by the Romanian National Institute of Health, and travellers to the Danube Delta are recommended to wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers and to apply insect repellent.

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    Visa & Immigration

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    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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