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City of Guilds
Tourist Guide
Sibiu - Young since 1191
Young since 1191
Cit y of Guilds
Young since 1191
Following the
guilds’ footsteps
Main cultural
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The museums
of Sibiu
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Sibiu was first mentioned in documents in 1191, under the name of Cibinium.
In 1223 Sibiu is mentioned under the name of Vila Hermanni, a rural type of
dwelling. The disaster caused by the Tartar raids between 1241 and 1242 led to
the acknowledgment that the dwelling needed to be reinforced. Fortification
works thus began and extended during the next centuries so that in the 15th
century Sibiu became one of the best defended fortresses in Transylvania. The
first hospital on the present day territory of Romania opened in 1292 in the
Asylum Church, a building still existing today. In 1366 Sibiu is mentioned for
the first time under the name of Hermannstadt.
The fortress’s resistance facing the Ottoman attacks in 1438 caught
the attention of the entire Europe. Pope Eugene the 4th called the
city of Sibiu a “defender of the entire Christianity”.
In the 15th century, the economical and social life and the
most important events of the fortress unwound around
the three squares: the Small Square, the Large Square
and the Huet Square. They were extremely well defined
from a structural and social point of view: the houses
of merchants and craftsmen were situated in the
Small Square whereas the imposing houses of
the city elite dominated the Large Square.
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Whereas the city development,
the flourishing of the guilds and
commercial activity are concerned,
these become a constant in the
city life between the 14th and the
18th century, a period during which
Sibiu was the most important
crafts center in Transylvania. The
number of guilds in Sibiu increased
from 19 in 1376 to 26 in 1719, 34 in
1724 and 40 such organizations in
The activity of the guilds had a
determinant role in the development of crafts and in the economical and
commercial evolution of the area, by setting rules for the production and the
quality of products, for the selling of goods, for the acquisition of raw materials and the founding of new workshops, etc. However, almost 500 years later,
the strict rules, which had the role to maintain the small manufactures at any
price, became an impediment in the economic evolution of the cities. Consequently, by means of the decree in 1872, the guilds were transformed in crafts
enterprises, thus concluding an important page in the history of Sibiu.
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During the 18th century, the city becomes no different than other West
European cities, with imposing churches and buildings, in the Viennese
Baroque style. The city’s cultural life thus begins an extraordinary development, music and theatre having an important place in the city life. Famous
musicians such as Franz Liszt and Johann Strauss sustained concerts on the
stages in Sibiu in the 19th century. Following the union of Transylvania with
Romania (in 1918), major changes occurred in the city life, especially in the
city planning domain and in the social and cultural fields; education in the
Romanian language also develops and the main modern cultural institutions
were founded during the next period: The State Theatre (1947) and the State
Philharmonics (1949). The instauration of communism after 1945 brought
along a forced industrialization process, numerous set backs from the point of
view of city planning being recorded in consequence.
In 2007 Sibiu held the title of European Capital of
Culture, thus succeeding in highlighting its extremely valuable cultural and historical heritage.
Following this event, the city’s image significantly
improved, foreign visitors placing Sibiu among
the top five European Capitals of Culture.
This confirms the fact that Sibiu left a powerful
positive impression and has the necessary potential to maintain its statute of cultural touristic destination of European importance.
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Following the
footsteps of the guilds
Sibiu is magic indeed. For those who live here, for those who visit it, for those who
read or learn about it and for those who discover it. The first hospital, the first school,
the first library and the first pharmacy in Romania functioned in Sibiu. This is where
the first books were printed, whether religious, scientific or manuals. The rocket
was invented in Sibiu and this is also where
tellurium was discovered. Great minds of
Transylvania and the entire Romania and
world famous personalities lived and created here in Sibiu.
To discover its charm and stories, you
need to roam around the streets, pass
every wall and go by every house in Sibiu.
Find out the history of medieval times
guildsmen in the Goldsmiths Square (Piaţa
Aurarilor), learn about those who fought
for their rights and liberties on Mitropoliei
Street, hear the stories of those who
defended and saved this city on Cetăţii
Street, learn about the landlers on Bielz
Street and on Gladiolelor Street and Raţiu
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Street find out how Habsburg emperors named the baroque neighborhoods
after them: Terezian or Josephine. To get a taste of all these by yourselves, we
dare to invite you to take a walk with us through the city of Sibiu. Through this
tour we invite you to discover Sibiu through the eyes of guilds and guildsmen,
the places they built or they perfected. Crossing every street and every square
we will try to present each location in Sibiu which, one way or the other, is
connected to their activity during a period of over 600 years.
The Small Square
The Small Square was the center of
the guilds’ existence and was born
out of the need of craftsmen and
tradesmen to protect themselves,
their merchandise and the pro-ducts
they created. The Small Square area
was fortified at the beginning of the
14th century. In time, the fortification
was replaced by buildings which
mostly belonged to the guilds
and the guildsmen. Here we discover the THE BRIDGE OF LIES (1)
1 . It is
the first cast iron bridge on the present day territory of Romania, made in
1859, ensuring the access from the Lower Town into the fortress. We have to
warn you that the legends connected to the name of this bridge say that it
squeaks every time someone crossing it tells a lie, threatening to break under
the “weight” of a bigger lie! We then head out attention to the houses: THE
BUTCHER’S HALL (the present day House of Arts) 2 (no. 21, Small Square).
The butchers’ guild is one of the oldest in Sibiu and also one of the most
important and wealthiest such organizations. This building stands out among
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the guilds’ houses situated in the
Small Square, being first mentioned
in documents in 1370. In the 18th
century the house was used by the
community as a theatre hall. The
coat of arms of Sibiu and the year on
the front piece of the building are a
proof of the moment in which the
building enters in the administration
of the Magistrate. Starting with 2004,
the building is part of the ASTRA
National Museum Complex. If we go
inside the HOUSE AT NO. 22 3
we will discover the so-called “Fresco
Hall”, where a series of priceless mural
paintings can be admired, impeccably
restored and dating from 1631. THE
LADDER 4 , (no. 24, Small Square) is
one of the gate-towers of the Small Square. It makes the connection between
the Lower Town, a medieval road and the medieval fortification. The name
comes from its vicinity with the House of the Goldsmiths’ Guild, a guild
which apparently took care of this building’s maintenance. The House of the
Goldsmiths’ Guild (no. 25, Small Square) is one of the buildings raised on the
second fortification belt. The building has all the characteristics of a medieval
house and the coat of arms of the guild may be observed in the main room
of the building, situated on the first floor. Right next door we come across the
5 (no. 26, Small Square).
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The museum is situated on the ground floor where the “Black Bear” pharmacy
functioned over a period of three centuries, starting with the year 1600. A
commemorative plaque reminds us of Cristian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann
(1755-1843), the father of homeopathy.
Reaching THE HOUSE AT NO.13, which dates from
the 15th century, we go through the arched passage of
the building, called the SHOEMAKERS’ PASSAGE 6 .
Here is a good example of the small routes connecting the various streets and squares in the city. These
were essential at times of plagues or in case of a siege.
They bear the names of guilds due to the fact that most
of these passages or small streets were used by the
guildsmen in this area.
Huet Square
Going through the passage, we reach Huet Square, the
first fortified precinct of Sibiu which later became the
cultural and spiritual center of the fortress. The area is
dominated by one of the most impressive and representative gothic buildings in Transylvania: THE “SAINT MARY” EVANGELIC
PARISH CHURCH 7 , (no. 1, Huet Square). Built between the 14th and the
16th century with the support of the guilds of quarriers, carpenters, blacksmiths, goldsmiths and silversmiths, the building dominates due to its central seven-story tower (the second highest tower in Transylvania), flanked by
other four smaller towers at the corners. The decorations of the church belong
to the great guilds’ maters of those times: Andreas Lapicida, Elias Nicolai and
Sebastian Hann. Starting with 1496, for a period of 300 years, the church
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served as a burial place for the city’s
personalities and this is where Baron
Samuel von Brukenthal also found his
resting place.
In 1853 the tomb stones covering
the graves were dismantled from
the church navy and set within the
walls of the ferula, thus obtaining
a gallery of 67 tomb stones, unique
in the country. The statue of Bishop
Georg Daniel Teutsch, one of the
most significant personalities of the
Saxon community in Transylvania at
the end of the 18th century is situated in the courtyard of the Evangelic
Church. Every Wednesday during the
summer season, the cathedral hosts
exquisite organ concerts. Leaving the Evangelic Church courtyard, stop for a
minute and admire the building at no. 2 on Samuel Brukenthal Street, an edifice hosting the THE CITY HALL OF SIBIU 8 . Even though this building is
not included in the category of medieval architecture, we suggested visiting
it due to the fact that it was built at the beginning of the 20th century. You
will notice the special architectural style of the edifice. The façade displays
many figurative elements and the interior replicates motifs from the Jugendstil repertoire. At the first floor you will find a wonderful stained glass in the Art
Nouveau style, and the entire hall way is decorated with Greek motifs and lion
heads. The restoration of the building was finalized in 2006, the local administration currently unwinding its activity here.
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The Large Square
Here we are in the Large Square, the center of the city. This is where the
guildsmen unwound their activity (fairs were organized here, goods were
produced and stored in this location). This is where most of the town fairs
used to take place, this is where public trials unwound, this is where religious or military processions were organized and this is where the most
important events in the city life were celebrated. This was also the location
chosen by the rich to build their residences. Across the street from the City
Hall building you will discover the THE “BRUKENTHAL” PALACE 9
(no. 4, Large Square), the most representative edifice in Sibiu. A closed
plan with an inner courtyard was adopted for the construction of the building. It is one of the most important works of baroque making in
Central Europe, preserving a series of elements of artistic carpentry, borders and folds decorated in a Baroque style. Settle to admire its exterior for
today, because the wonderful art collections inside deserve at least one
day of your vacation. THE BLUE HOUSE 10 (no. 5, Large Square) is situated to the left of the Brukenthal Palace. The building dates from the 17th
century, but the Baroque style transformations begin only in 1773. For a
short period of time, between 1768 and 1783, the building hosted theatrical performances. The name “The Blue House of the city” dates from 1819.
The old coat of arms of Sibiu is painted on the front of the house. THE
Large Square) which dominates the South-Eastern part of the square was
built in the early Viennese Baroque style. Among the elements which impress through their historical and artistic value, we mention here the fresco
representing Mary and the Baby made in a Baroque style in 1777, the
stained glass windows and the organ installed in 1860. Going past the
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Church we see the THE COUNCIL TOWER 12 (no. 1, Large Square). It is one
of the best known monuments of Sibiu and it became a symbol for the city. It
bears this name due to the fact that the old City Hall is situated right next door,
the building being mentioned in documents as early as 1324. Over time, the
tower had several uses: from grain storage to an observation deck for fires, a
prison or even a museum of natural sciences (at the middle of the 18th century).
Across the street from the tower lies the THE WEIDNER-REUSSNERCZEKELIUS HOUSE 13 (no. 16, Large Square). The edifice bears the name
of those who owned it over time. A sculpted stone border dating from 1582
and representing the owner of the house at that time may be found in the
entrance alleyway. The main doorway also displays the motif present on the
Haller House, exhibiting in a central location the coat of arms of Mayor Johann
Reussner junior. The coat of arms is accompanied by the year “1652” and by a
monogram spelling “E.N.” (sculptor Elias Nicolai). THE LUTSCH HOUSE 14
(no. 13, Large Square) was built on the location where the headquarters of
the prepositure functioned before 1424. After this date, this building hosted
the high officials visiting Sibiu, among them being King Matei Corvin. THE
HALLER HOUSE 15 (no. 10, Large Square). The Renaissance style building preserves several elements
of its original construction. The
house belonged to the Haller family for a period of 354 years, from
1537 to 1891, when the last descendent of the family sells it to
August Teutsch. Moving on, we find
THE HECHT HOUSE 16 (no. 8,
Large Square). The first security
printing office in Sibiu functioned
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in this building in 1456. In 1472, the new owner, Mayor Georg Hecht, redecorates the house in a Gothic style. A century later the house passes
into the property of Mayor Johann Waida, remaining in his family for 237
years. He will bring a few alterations in the Renaissance style. Saxon local
administrators lived here for a long time and in 1821 the building was
bought by the Saxon University. Next door we find THE GENERALS’
HOUSE 17 , (no 7, Large Square). The building dates from the 15th century, over time entering in the possession of the several of the city’s
personalities. In 1779 the building was purchased by the Magistracy
and later on, between 1784 and 1904, the General commander of the
Austrian Troops in Transylvania had his headquarters here. This is the reason why the house is called “The Generals’ House”. Then we go through
the arched access way of the Generals’ House and we reach Arhivelor
Street where, on the left side we see THE STATE ARCHIVES 18 . The
first steps in organizing an archive in Sibiu were taken as early as the
14th century. An important part of what we call today the Archives of
Sibiu is formed of the guilds’ documents in Sibiu: their statute, their records and their contracts. In 1911 steps were taken in the direction of
building a new space for the archive. The building was inaugurated in
1923, after Transylvania’s union to Romania. The building preserves the
archives of the Saxon nation, those of the Magistrate and the Gathering
of the centumviri. We continue our walk through the Schiller Square and
further on to the Tipografilor Street and Alexandru Papiu Ilarian Street
until we reach THE WALL ON CETĂŢII STREET 19 . This wall preserves
its aspect dating from the second half of the 15th century, when it was
rehabilitated in brick and a guard road was created.
Cetăţii Street is flanked by three defense towers which belong to the third
fortification belt. They bear the names of the guilds responsible with
their construction, their maintenance and repair works: the Carpenters’
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Tower, the Potters’ Tower and the Harquebusiers’ Tower. The three
towers are very different from the point of view of their architecture, being built in different time periods and due to the fact that every guild
tried to imprint its specific style. THE HARQUEBUSIERS’ TOWER 20 ,
was built on an octagonal foundation. It later changed its name into the
Weavers’ Tower, after the guild caring for it. It is the Southern most of
the three towers. It has the shape of an octagonal prism and the firing
holes on the first floor are shaped as a key hole. The construction has a
stone base (up to the height of 1 meter) and then it continues upward in
brick masonry. THE POTTERS’ TOWER 21 , was built in stone in the 15th
century and was consolidated a century later. The tower belonged to the
guild of the potters, has a rectangular shape and five harquebus firing
locations are placed around it. The guild of the carpenters was responsible for the THE CARPENTERS’ TOWER 22 . It is a construction which
was built on a circular shape, separated by a pronounced cornice. From
this level up, the tower has the shape of an octagonal prism, concluded
in its superior part by the classic standing out section, sustained by consoles with burned oil muzzles between its arches. THE THICK TOWER
23 (no. 5, Cetăţii Street), built in 1540, was part of the series of defense
rondeaux of the fortress, displaying several defensive levels and being
considered a genuine “war machine”. After 1788, when the tower lost its
military defensive role, the space was reconfigured in order to host the
first theatre in town. The interior of the tower was used as a stage in front
of which a hall was built. The first cinema projection in Sibiu took place
here in 1898. Recently renovated, the whole ensemble is known under
the name of Thalia Hall, serving as the State Philharmonics in Sibiu today.
We continue our walk on Pompeiu Onofreiu Street until we reach the
THE HALLER BASTION 24 . Dating from 1552, it is built of brick and
filled with earth. The walls have a total length of 223 meters and 9 me-
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ters in height. In 1771 a horse riding school (manege) was built on the
bastion, and the building hosting the present day Neurology Hospital
was erected here during the first decade of the 20 th century. We go up
Manejului Street and we make
a left on Şelarilor Street where
we discover close together THE
MONASTERY 25 . The exterior
Gothic aspect corresponds in the
interior, a hall type church, built in
a late Baroque style. The Church,
initially erected during the first
half of the 15th century for the Clarisse nuns, was turned over to the
Franciscan monks in 1716. The
stone funerary monument of count
general Damian Hugo von Virmond (1666-1722) will head your attention
towards the Northern wall of the church choir. The central part of the
monument displays a commemorative inscription and the inferior part,
the sarcophagus, is decorated with the allegory of Victory. Go through
the passage nearby the church and you will reach the General Gheorghe
Magheru Street where you will see the THE CHURCH OF THE FORMER
URSULINE MONASTERY 26 . The Dominican monastery was built here
in 1479, but in 1543, along with the religious reform which determined
the majority of the Saxon population to embrace the Lutheran religion,
the monastery passed in the possession of this religious group. The
Ursuline nuns took it over in 1755. Our walk will continue on Felinarului
Street and Movilei Street, thus entering the Lower Town, the area where
most of the guildsmen used to live. The most eloquent proofs of this fact
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are the names of the streets, most of these taking the names of the
old guilds. THE GOLDSMITHS SQUARE 27 . It is one of the oldest
squares in the Lower Town and it formed at the intersection of several
medieval roads. A pipe fountain could be found here as early as 1496.
The Goldsmiths’ Passage, one of the most romantic places in Sibiu,
makes the connection with the House of the Goldsmiths’ Guild situated in the Small Square. It’s time we left this small square via
Argintarilor Street and reach THE 9 MAI STREET 28 , the oldest street
in the city. This street bore the name of Elisabeta Street for a long time.
Seven buildings which were declared historical monuments may be
admired on this street (the houses at numbers 14, 22, 30, 36, 43, 75
and 83).
The intersection of THE 9 MAI STREET with OCNEI STREET 29 , is
considered the center of the Lower Town. The location where the
first houses appeared was named Dragoner Square. Until 1976,
the building hosting the headquarters of the Austrian dragons was
placed in the middle, under the shape of an island. We then turn on
VOPSITORILOR STREET 30 and we discover a typical guild street.
This is where most of the workshops of the dyers’ guild were situated. At no. 13 we find the oldest house in the area, dating from the
15th century and having all the elements of a workshop house. The
gate has the original decoration - a representation of a solar disc.
The road further takes us on the past scented streets: Plopilor Street,
Victor Tordoşanu Street, Târgul Vinului Street, Cojocarilor Street and
then we enter ARMELOR (WEAPONS’) SQUARE 31 where we find
the building of the former arsenal (the Kempel Barrack). Dating from
the 18 th century, it was erected on the foundations of a building in
the 15th century. A defense tower was integrated in the north-western
part in 1457, this building being part of the 4th fortification precinct.
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The building west of the tower belonged in the 15th century to local
administrator Tobias Hetzeldorfer. The part looking onto the square
was rebuilt in 1784. During the Austrian occupation, the building
functioned as an inn, then as an arsenal, then a hospital and then as a
barrack. We go up on Centumvirilor Street and we continue our walk
reaching Alexandru Odobescu Street, through the THE STAIRS’
PASSAGE 32 or the “The Arched Wall”, connecting the Upper Town
with the Lower Town through two ramifications of stairs and arcades
which circle the fortress walls around the Evangelic Church. The west
side of the Passage is part of the wall which belonged to the second
fortification belt.
We then go up towards the THE STAIRS’ TOWER 33 , the only one
of the three access gates in the first fortification precinct which was
preserved. The tower was built in the 13th century, being the oldest
edifice preserved in Sibiu. Its present day form dates from 1542. It is
made of brick, it is one story high, with an arched crossing at the first
level through which we reach the stairs which connect the “Upper
Town” with the “Lower Town”.
And here we are again in the Huet Square where we stop for a moment at the THE APPRENTICES’ HOUSE 34 (no. 3, Huet Square).
This is the first house belonging to apprentices which is situated outside the borders of Germany, Switzerland or France. An old law of
the guildsmen in Europe says that, when they become apprentices,
they must take a journey – an initiation in the life experience and an
experience in the craft they chose. Today, Sibiu continues this tradition as well, being the Eastern most city where an apprentices’ house
is preserved and where apprentices can rest during their journey.
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Apprentices worked together with various organizations and countries in order to renovate it, and traveling apprentices can work here
within the workshops organized every summer. Cetăţii Street hosts
demonstrations of craftsmanship, the street thus transforming in a
small village of the guilds. On the other side of the tower we see the
THE EVANGELIC PARISH HOUSE 35 (no. 1, Huet Square). It is built
of four distinct bodies, each of them erected during different periods
of time. The façade of this building is important due to the decorative
artistic elements. The doorway, made by the great master of the quarriers’ guild, sculptor Andreas Lapicida, is typical for the transition between the Gothic and the Renaissance style. The building underwent
modifications at the beginning of the 19 th century, but during the last
years extensive restoration works were carried out, revealing two mural paintings with a religious character and a coat of arms belonging
to Matei Corvin, king of Hungary at that time.
Continue your walk and don’t be shy in opening old gates, discover
mysterious passage ways and narrow streets, reminding of past and
history. Stop and have dinner at one of the open air terraces in the
Small Square, in a peaceful atmosphere. Take your time in exploring
the old city and soak in its paradoxical youth and the youth of people
living and enlivening it. You will then discover more things which will
convince you once again that staying in Sibiu was the right decision.
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Main cultural events
Sibiu held the title of European Capital of Culture in 2007. The city wishes to preserve its acquired cultural
prestige and continues to improve its offer of cultural events every year. To see an update of the cultural
events taking place in the city, please access our web site www.turism.sibiu.ro
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in Sibiu
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„The Carnival of the Lole”
An old Saxon tradition, the carnival brings
together all the guilds represented in
Agnita, a town in the county of Sibiu. The
tradition of the Lole is characteristic for
the carnival period, rooting deep in the
guilds’ activity. Having the role to lead the
craftsmen’ associations, the guilds organized elections for the appointing of a new guildmaster every year, in the
last Sunday of the month of January. A carnival is organized on this occasion (the last Sunday of January or the first Sunday of February), celebrating the tradition of the handing over to the new guildmaster the dowry
crate (Laden forttragen) together with all the documents of the guilds. The
whole procession is accompanied by the Lole
(Urzeln) – amusing characters who had the role to
protect and accompany the crates to the place they
were deposited for safekeeping – a fact which preserved the stability of the guilds until next year, on
the occasion of the Lord’s Baptism Holiday.
The Lole Parade will take place in Sibiu as well.
Organizer: “The Guild of the Lole”
Web: www.breaslalolelor.ro
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Sibiu Jazz Festival
A festival with tradition and European recognition. Numerous concerts, jam sessions and workshops will take place during the seven days of the
festival, its theme being jazz music and the interferences of this musical genre with other musical
genres, such as: folklore, symphonic music, rock,
salsa, hip-hop, etc.
Contact: Pro Art Hermannstadt Foundation
Tel: 004 0269 224 282
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.sibiujazz.eu
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The International
Theatre Festival in Sibiu
The most important festival of performing arts in Romania. It includes over 350
events presented by companies from over 70 countries. The most spectacular
section is that consisting of street performances and the concerts sustained in
the Large Square.
Contact: The “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu
Tel: 004 0269 210 092
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.sibfest.ro
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The theatrical performance entitled
directed by Silviu Purcărete
Program: 2 performances/month
Organizer: The “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu
Tel: 004 0269 210 092
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.sibfest.ro
Tickets can be purchased online.
Presented to the public in the official section of the Festival in
Edinburgh, where Ofelia Popii received the prize for best actress
interpretation, “Faust” is an exceptional performance due to the
director’s perspective and the complexity of the parts presented
in a baroque construction mastered to the smallest and most defining details: set and light design of an impressive plastic force,
daringly suggestive costumes, whether elegant or burlesque,
engaging or overwhelming music with sound effects adequate
to this extravagant ambiance, ingenious video projections and
very realistically articulated in the architecture of the entire stage
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The theatrical season at the
“Radu Stanca” National Theatre
No. 2, Corneliu Coposu Boulevard, Sibiu
The Theatre has a repertoire of 72 performances. Performances in Romanian or German
are staged each night, with few exceptions. Please see the schedule of performances of
the theatre on www.sibfest.ro. You may purchase tickets either online on www.bilete.
sibfest.ro, from the Theatrical Agency or on the evening of the performance, at the entrance of the theatre hall. The Theatrical Agency is opened:
Monday-Friday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Address: No. 17, Nicolae Bălcescu, tel. 004 0369 101 578
The State Philharmonics in Sibiu
No. 3-5, Cetăţii Street, Sibiu
The program of the concert season can be consulted on www.filarmonicasibiu.ro.
Tickets are sold from the headquarters of the State Philharmonics (entrance on C.
Coposu Boulevard) and on the evening of the concert, at the entrance of the concert
hall. For further information, please call 004 0269 210 264
Performances for children at the “Gong”
Theatre for Children and Youth
No. 4, Al. Odobescu Street, Sibiu
The “Gong” Theatre is one of the few theatres in Eastern Europe which preserves and
cultivates the art of puppet handling. The program of the theatre can be consulted on
www.teatrulgong.ro. The access of the public into the theatre hall is made based on a
ticket sold at the headquarters of the theatre between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. or at the entrance of the theatre hall, 30 minutes before the commencement of the performance. In
order to reserve places, please contact us Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4
p.m. at phone number 004 0269 210 906.
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The International Film Festival, TIFF,
the edition in Sibiu
The International Festival for the Feature Film in Romania became
a well known brand in the region, not only for the quality of the presented events but also for the excellent organization, the effervescent
atmosphere and the great number of events: from seminars and workshops to concerts and parties till dawn.
Contact: The Association for the Promotion of the Romanian Film
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.tiff.ro
Summer Concerts –
The Romanian –
American Music Days
American music concerts of all types.
Contact: The State Philharmonics
in Sibiu
Tel: 004 0269 210 264
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.filarmonicasibiu.ro
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RedBull Romaniacs,
Hard Enduro International Rally
The event enjoys a great success, gathering 220 participants from 5 continents
and over 30 nations (South Africa, New Zeeland, USA, Canada, Peru, Russia,
Lithuania, France, Austria, Spain, etc). The best pilots of the moment come to
Sibiu from all the corners of the world in order to participate in this unique race taking place in the wilderness of the Carpathian Mountains. The competition
already has a tradition of over 5 years and, every year,
it starts with a show taking place in the center of the
city. Every time, this show succeeds in gathering over
10.000 adrenaline lovers in the audience.
Contact: The Adrenalin Sports Club
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.redbullromaniacs.com
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ARTMANIA Rock Music Festival
Famous artists and rock bands sang on the festival stage in the past
editions. We mention here but a few: Him, Amorphis, Tristania,
Anathema, Lacrimosa, Tiamat or My Dying Bride or Serje Tankian.
Contact: The Artmania Foundation
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.artmaniafestival.ro
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“Transylvanian Fortresses” Medieval Festival
For three days Sibiu becomes a genuine medieval market, animated by
dance and theatrical performances, knights tournaments, music concerts, circus shows, all having a central theme: medieval art.
Contact: The Cultural Department of the City of Sibiu
Tel: 004 0269 229 627
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.sibiuccm.ro
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The Potters’ Fair
Master potters from all over the country and representatives of the most renowned pottery centers in Romania are present within this fair. For the whole
duration of the fair, the Large Square in the center of Sibiu regains its original
function, that of a holiday fair.
Contact: The “Cindrelul Junii” County Center
for the Conservation of Traditional Culture, Sibiu
Tel: 004 0269 210 945
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.juniisibiului.ro
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ASTRA Film Festival
Astra Film is an international film festival, unique in this part of Europe, promoting the best nonfiction film productions in Romania and the entire region and offers film-lovers the opportunity
to meet film producers from all over the world. Astra Film Fest is dedicated to documentaries on
the subject of contemporary society issues.
Contact: The Astra Film Studio
Tel: 004 0269 210 134
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.astrafilm.ro
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The Christmas Fair
The event presents a holiday village where the public is invited to visit the
wooden houses in which over 40 merchants will present products characteristic for this season.
Moreover, trains and merry-go-rounds for children will be brought here
for the small ones. The open air skating ring, with a surface of 900 square
meters is the main attraction of the fair. Music and carols concerts will take
place over the whole duration of the fair.
Web: www.targuldecraciun.ro
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The Museums of Sibiu
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The Brukenthal National Museum
The European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage – Europa Nostra 2010
Opened (valid for all section of the museum):
March 21st – October 21st: Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Monday and first Tuesday of every month: CLOSED
October 20th – March 20th: Wednesday – Sunday 10 a.m. -6 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday: CLOSED
The “Altemberger House” Museum of History
Address: No. 2, Mitropoliei Street
Fees: adults 12 lei; pupils, students 3 lei and retired persons 6 lei.
The approaches of the museum
are diverse but the general concept of the permanent exhibition (reorganized in 2006 and
2007) is that of the local history.
Starting with the presentation of
every day life in the Paleolithic,
the exhibition offers a view of
the way in which people lived in
caves, cottages, households, villa
romana or in medieval dwellings.
One of the basic exhibitions is also
the permanent exhibition entitled
The Guilds of Sibiu.
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The history of the urban development of Sibiu is closely connected to
the emerging and the development of the guilds. From the point of view
of their organization and functioning, the guilds in Sibiu were similar to
those in other Saxon cities or central European cities. At the present, the
Brukenthal Museum collections include over 2000 exhibits belonging to
the guilds and brotherhoods of apprentices dating from the 14th to the
19th centuries.
The Samuel von Brukenthal Museum
Address: No. 4-5, Large Square
Tel: 004 0269 217 691
Fees: adults 12 lei; pupils, students 3 lei and retired persons 6 lei
It opened to the public in 1817 comprising at first the collections of
Baron Samuel von Brukenthal. Here we can visit: The European Painting
Collection which displays around 1,200 works belonging to the main
European panting schools from the 15th to the 18th century; The Stamp
Cabinet – master pieces of European engraving signed by Albrecht Durer,
Marcantonio Raimondi, Agostino Carraci and many others; The Romanian
Art Gallery –comprises painting, graphic, sculpture, furniture, silverware,
porcelain and glass works, etc, belonging to the period between the 15th
century and the contemporary period; The Decorative Art Collection - altars, sculptures, lay and religious silverware (from the 15th to the 18th centuries), glassware, etc.
The Museum of Natural History
Address: No. 1, Cetătii Street
Fees: adults 8 lei; pupils, students 2 lei and retired persons 4 lei.
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The museum was founded in 1849, by the Foundation of the Natural Science
Society in Ardeal. The collections of the museum comprise almost 1,100,000
exhibits from the domain of geology, paleontology, botanic and zoology. The
most modern natural history exhibition in Romania was opened in December
2007. From the point of view of the thematic, the exhibition presents the main
groups of animals in their philogenetic evolution.
The Museum of the History of Pharmacy
Address: No. 26, Small Square
Fees: adults 6 lei; pupils, students 1.5 lei and retired persons 3 lei.
Opened in 1972, the museum brings together over 6,600 exhibits from the
16th and the 19th century. These exhibits came from various pharmacies, pharmaceutical offices, medical institutions and private individuals from all over
the country.
The ASTRA National
Museum Complex
The “Emil Sigerus” Museum
of Ethnography and Saxon
Popular Art
Address: No. 21, Small Square
Opened: October-May:
Tuesday-Sunday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Tuesday-Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tel: 004 0269 218 195
Fees: adults 5 lei; pupils, students 1 leu.
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The basic exhibition entitled “Transylvanian Tiles. The 15th to 19th century” offers
an ampler and more generous perspective over the multi-cultural nature of the
Transylvanian space, over the communion, cohabitation and cooperation relationship which has been going on for centuries between Romanians, Saxons and
Hungarians in Transylvania. A number of 326 tiles are presented chronologically,
taking into account the work techniques which were used to produce them, starting
with those dating from the 15th century, not enameled, with biblical, mythical representations, representing fantastic animals, to the tiles produced in the 19th century,
enameled in green and painted polychromic with cobalt blue, green, yellow and
brown. The most beautiful and valuable tiles from the Renaissance period which
exist in the museum’s collections are those with catholic representations: Madona,
Hristofor, The Virgin Mary holding Baby Jesus, Saint George slaying the dragon, and
also the fur tile in a late Transylvanian gothic style. The tiles with heraldic motifs,
the Habane tiles from Vinţu de Jos, the tiles made in the sgrafito and kerchief in
cobalt blue technique and those made with led and tin enamel produced in Braşov
also have a great artistic value. Three complete stoves, a Saxon stove from Drăuşeni,
Braşov county dated 1891, a Hungarian stove produced in the second half of the 19 th
century by potter Beretzky Zsigmond from Chişmed, Harghita county and a Romanian one dating from the 19th century originating in Poienii de Sus, Bihor county.
The ASTRA Museum of Traditional
Folkloric Civilization
Address: Sibiu, Calea Răşinari
Opened: October-March: Tuesday - Sunday 9 a.m. -5 p.m.
April - May: Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
May – September: Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Tel: 004 0269 242 599
Fees: adults 15 lei; pupils, students and university students 3.5 lei
- Young
- Tânăr
din 1191
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Situated in the Dumbrava Forest, the ASTRA Museum of Traditional Folkloric
Civilization spreads over a surface of 96 hectares and has an exhibition circuit
which is 10 kilometers long, being the only open-air museum in Sibiu. The Museum hosts original monuments which are representative for the value system
of the rural traditional civilization in Romania. Here you can discover centuries
old peasants’ households brought here from various regions of the country,
rebuilt in whole within the museum, with the finest details. The interiors were
decorated with original weavings and household objects.
The “Franz Binder” Museum
Address: No. 11, Small Square
Opened: October – May: Tuesday - Sunday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
June - September: Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Fees: adults 5 lei; pupils, students 1 leu
The “Franz Binder” Museum is the first and the only museum of extraEuropean ethnography in Romania. The collection of the museum comprises exotic works of Egyptian, Ecuadorian, Indonesian, Chinese and Japanese
origin. The building hosting the museum is known under the name of the
Hermes House, the foundation of this building dating from the 16th century.
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The Museum of the Evangelic
C.A. Church in Romania
„The Teutsch House”
Address: No. 30, Mitropoliei Street
Tel: 004 0269 206 730
Opened: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fees: adults 8 lei; pupils, students, retired persons, persons with disabilities 5 lei
Inaugurated on July 14th, 2007 within the
“Friedrich Teutsch” Center for Culture and Dialog,
the Museum of the Evangelic C.A. Church in
Romania constitutes an important space of remembrance and the experience accumulated
over centuries of existence of the Evangelic
Church of Augustan Confession. One of the highest interest spots of the exhibition is represented
by “vasa sacra” – the thesaurus composed of
pots and various other valuable objects which were used to celebrate the
Holy Communion. These were created between the 14th and the 18th century in the workshops of the Transylvanian goldsmiths, among which master
Sebastian Hann, originating in Sibiu. The works of art of Transylvanian goldsmiths and silversmiths include chalices decorated with the technique of
the filigree enamel, the so called “modo transsilvano”. Documentary films
and recent interviews about the history and the present day status of the
Transylvanian Saxon population living in the villages of Southern Transylvania
are available to viewers in the multimedia area of the exhibition.
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If you are already in Sibiu and wish
to take short one-day road trips,
here are a few places in the surroundings of the city which are truly
worth seeing. Please request details
about transportation possibilities
towards these locations from the
tourist information centers.
The Sub Arini Park
Stretches in parallel with Victoriei Boulevard
and the Dumbrava Forest; the park spreads
over 22 hectares displaying 68 species of
trees. Around 95 species of birds found their
home in this landscape. The park imprints a
special mood, which is also completed by the
Music Pavilion in which concerts and music
shows take place during the summer season.
Those looking for a more active relaxation
may find here a 6 km long bicycle track.
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Fortified churches & fortresses
The first mountain resort in the Carpathian
Mountains (1894) is consecrated as both a ski
resort offering plenty of snow, cable transportation booth and a ski drag, recommended to
those with illnesses in the area of endocrinology and the nervous and respiratory systems.
Păltiniş is therefore a potential vacation destination all year round. It is situated at a distance
of only 32 km from Sibiu, at 1,400 m of altitude.
The majority of the fortified churches dating
from the 12th to the 16th century are to be found
around Sibiu and around the city of Mediaş.
Beautiful and very well preserved, the fortified
churches in Biertan and Valea Viilor were declared heritage monuments, being included
in the UNESCO list. Aside these two objectives you may also want to visit the fortress in
Slimnic, the fortified churches in Cisnădie and
Cisnădioara, the Cistercian Abbey in Cârţa, and
many others.
The Bâlea Cascade and Lake
Here are two spaces which attract due to the
wonderful and wild mountain landscapes. It is
a good location for skiing and the snow doesn’t
thaw until July. Access is made from DN 7 –
Transfăgărăşan, at a distance of about 77 km
from Sibiu. Notice! The section between the
Bâlea Cascade and Bâlea Lake is closed to auto
traffic between November and July, but access
is ensured through a carriage back. The only Ice
Hotel in South-East Europe is built here during
the winter.
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Ocna Sibiului
Balneary resort which was built around a series
o natural lakes with a high salinity, it is the ideal spot for relaxation, sunbathing, swimming
and therapeutic mud treatments. The resort is
situated 15 kilometers away from Sibiu.
If you wish to go fishing for trout, relax, have
a good meal or go mountain hiking in the
Făgăraş mountains, then it is worth going to
Mărginimea Sibiului
(a cluster of villages situated
around Sibiu)
The typically rustic atmosphere, the intact preservation of folkloric traditions and
habits, the hospitality of the peasants and the
culinary skills of the hosts make Mărginimea
Sibiului an ideal space for spending your holidays.
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Ocna Sibiului • www.ocnasibiului.ro
Albota • www. albota .sobis.ro
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How to get to Sibiu
The International Airport in Sibiu
is situated at a distance of 5 km
outside the city, in a western direction, with direct access to E81
road. Tarom, Carpatair, Austrian
Airlines, Blue Air and Lufthansa
are air companies which operate
on the airport in Sibiu. In order
to consult the flight schedule,
please access www.sibiuairport.
ro or request information via telephone at 004 0269 253 135.
In order to obtain direct information regarding the best connections for your travel, please contact the Railway Agency in Sibiu,
no. 6, Nicolae Bălcescu Street,
telephone: 004 0269 212 085
(Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
or access www.cfr.ro or www.
Sibiu is crossed by European road
E68 >Arad-Sibiu-Braşov< entering the country through Nădlac
customs and E81 >Cluj-SibiuPiteşti-Bucharest< entering the
country through Borş customs.
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The tourist information centers
in Sibiu insure the essential connection between the city and the
tourists. These centers offer directions and you may also find
maps and informative leaflets
The City Hall of Sibiu
No. 2, Samuel Brukenthal Street, entrance C,
Tel: 004 0269 208 913, fax: 004 0269 208 811
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 9 a.m.– 1 p.m.
International Airport in Sibiu
No. 73, Alba Iulia Road
Tel/fax: 004 0269 253 999
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday 1 p.m. - 8.30 p.m.; Wednesday, Friday 12 p.m. - 5.30 p.m.;
Saturday 1 p.m. - 8.30 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m. - 5.30 p.m.
CFR Railway Station in Sibiu
No. 6, 1 Decembrie 1918 Square
Tel: 004 0269 208 913, fax: 004 0269 208 811
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.,
Saturday - Sunday CLOSED
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The ASTRA Museum of Traditional
Folkloric Civilisation
Calea Răşinari
Tel: 004 0269 252 976
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Opened: April 1st - 31st October: daily
between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. November 1st
– March 31st: Monday – Friday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Kultours Info Center
Small Square, ground floor of the House
of Luxemburg
Tel: 004 0269 216 854
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: non-stop
Info Point Sibiu
No. 1, Huet Square
Tel/fax: 004 0269 244 442
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: May 1st - October 31st:
daily between 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
November 1st – April 30th: CLOSED
The FRESCA Hall of the Brukenthal
National Museum
No. 22, Small Square
E-mail: [email protected]
Opened: March 21st – October 21st:
Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mondays and the first Tuesday of every
month: CLOSED; Oct. 20th– March 20th:
Wednesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mondays and Tuesdays: CLOSED
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Useful information
Methods of payment
You may use the following credit cards:
American Express, Dinner Club, JCB International, Euro Master Card and VISA. These are
excepted by the majority of the hotels, rent a
car companies, hyper markets and some of the
restaurants. We advise you to check that in advance.
Emergency number -112
In case of emergency, call emergency number
112, cost free.
004 0269 216 477 (8 a.m. -4 p.m.)
004 0732 140 144 (non stop)
The Service for the Protection
and Support of Tourists SPAT
Address: No. 2, Samuel Brukenthal Street
Operational: between May 1st and Sept. 30th
Telephone number: 004 0269 208 913
Functioning under the coordination of the
Public Service of Community Police of the city
of Sibiu. SPAT offers support and protection for
tourists visiting Sibiu. SPAT agents offer information about transport options, foreign exchange
rates, emergency numbers for Embassies and
Consulates or ATM utilization. SPAT officers patrol the historical center as well as the Railway
Station Square in Sibiu, carrying maps and leaflets with them. This service is available during
the summer season.
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Accomodations in Sibiu
56 Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
1, Pãdurea Dumbrava
5* No.
Continental Forum
4* No. 10, Piaţa Unirii,
004 0372 692 611
[email protected]
Golden Tulip Ana Tower
4* No. 2, Şcoala de Înot Street
004 0269 234 000
[email protected]
21-23, Calea Guşteriţei
4* No.
004 0269 234 244;
004 0369 428 000
[email protected]
4* No. 12, Gen. Magheru Street
004 0269 216 185;
004 0788 14 34 38
[email protected], [email protected]
4* No. 2, Emil Cioran Street
004 0269 235 505
[email protected]
Casa Moraru
11, Alexandru Vlahuţã
4* No.
004 0269 206 522;
004 0269 216 291
[email protected]
Villa Astoria
1-3, Avram Iancu Street,
4* No.
No. 31, Piaţa Mică
004 0369 446 917
[email protected]
3*/4* No. 18, Charles Darwin Steet
004 0269 212 222;
004 0724 522 071
[email protected]
76, Gen. Vasile Milea
3*/4* No.
004 0744 503 059;
004 0269 244 804
[email protected]
2-4, Calea Dumbrăvii
3* No.
004 0269 218 100
[email protected]
www.ibishotels.ro; www.
Am Ring
3* No. 14, Piaţa Mare
004 0269 206 499
[email protected]
3* No. 120, Alba Iulia Road
004 0269 228 875;
0040 755 032 042
[email protected]
Apollo Hermannstadt
3* No. 14, Nicolae Teclu Street
004 0269 212 465
[email protected]
004 0269 505600
[email protected]
Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
Bolta Rece
4, Aleea Mihai Eminescu
3* No.
Class Hermannstadt
3* No. 40, Rahova Street
004 0269 206 999;
004 0369 405 251
[email protected];
[email protected]
Împăratul Romanilor
3* No. 4, N. Bălcescu Street
004 0269 216 500
[email protected]
0269 423 559;
3* No. 1-3, Şcoala de Înot Street 004
004 0369 408 993
[email protected]
3* No. 12, Calea Dumbrãvii Street 004 0751 106 000
[email protected]
3* No. 1, Aleea Mihai Eminescu
004 0269 243 985;
004 0269 232 678
[email protected]
Grand Dumbrava
2* No. 14, Parc Dumbrava Street 004 0269 252 922
[email protected]
2* No. 55, Victoriei Boulevard
[email protected]
2* No. 47, Ştefan cel Mare Street 004 0744 939 484
[email protected]
2* No. 2, Octavian Goga Street
004 0269 212 237
[email protected]
Vincenza Square
5* No. 17, Turnului Street
004 0269 223 927;
004 0732 950 332
[email protected]
4* No. 13 A, Înfrăţirii Street
004 0269 227 203;
004 0751 105 705
[email protected]
004 0269 216 360
[email protected]
004 0269 215 975
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Type of unit
4* No. 3, Hipodromului Street
004 0369 426 053
[email protected]
Casa Salzburg
3* No. 46, Cetăţii Street
004 0369 450 991;
004 0476 037 773
[email protected]
Happy Day
3* no. 2D, Lungă Street
004 0269 234 985
[email protected]
Casa Romana
3* No. 40, Gen. Magheru Street
004 0740 612 270;
004 0369 442 966
[email protected];
[email protected]
3* No. 59, E.A.Bieltz Street
004 0748 287 824
[email protected]
3* No. 38, Semănătoarelor Street 004 0740 467 843
[email protected]
3* No. 16, Nicolae Iorga Street
004 0740 046 819;
004 0269 442 572
[email protected]
3* No. 5A, Prejbei Street
004 0722 318 788;
004 0269 242 666
[email protected]
98, Calea Turnişorului
3* No.
004 0743 113 092;
004 0269 228 200
[email protected]
3* No. 116, Calea Turnişorului
004 0744 762 814
[email protected]
Casa Baciu
3* No. 29, 9 Mai Street
004 0733 979 924
[email protected]
Casa Burgheză
3* No. 11, Fochiştilor Street
004 0723 695 304;
004 0369 442 694
[email protected]
79 B (Viilor FN)
3* No.
Podului Street
004 0744 577 512
[email protected]
Cocoșul Roşu
3* No. 19, Ocnei Street
004 0369 427 482;
004 0745 143 732
[email protected]
Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
Casa Sibianului
3* No. 37, 9 Mai Street
004 0369 496 558;
004 0725 928 610
Casa Conţiu
3* No. 20, Bahluiului Street
004 0745 251 457;
004 0731 336 329
[email protected]
3* No. 1, Măsarilor Street
004 0269 243 924;
004 0749 400 738
[email protected]
Gasthof Sara
139, Calea Turnişorului
3* No.
004 0744 690 833
[email protected]
3* No. 77, Octavian Goga Street
004 0269 252 153;
004 0742 079 365
[email protected]
3* No. 22, Al. I. Cuza Street
004 0733 090 590;
004 0369 429 613
[email protected];
[email protected]
144, Calea Turnişorului
3* No.
004 0745 267 276;
004 0269 250 325
[email protected];
[email protected]m
Casa Cardinal
3* No. 9, Justiţiei Street
004 0269 214 814
[email protected]
1, Pădurea Dumbrava
3* No.
004 0269 252 935;
004 0748 834 935
[email protected]
3* No. 101, Viilor Street
004 0744 85 4052
[email protected]
Buon Gusto
3* No. 53, C-tin Noica Street
004 0269 211 516;
004 0754 366 862
[email protected]
3* No. 7C, Piaţa Crişan Street
004 0269 207 680;
004 0269 207 681
[email protected]
3* No. 51, Ana Ipătescu Street
004 0269 230 385;
004 0744 698 869
[email protected]
3* No. 53, Lungă Street
004 0744 577 756;
004 0269 222 456
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Type of unit
3* No. 23, Rotarilor Street
004 0741 151 618
[email protected]
Kon Tiki
10, Tudor Vladimirescu
3* No.
004 0269 220 350
Gasthof Clara
3* No. 24, Râului Street
004 0269 222 914;
004 0722 244 456
[email protected];
[email protected]
3* No. 42, Luceafărului Street
004 0269 238 479
[email protected]
Villa Santa Maria
3* No. 43, Livezii Street
004 0743 224 451;
004 0269 224 451
[email protected]
3* No. 1, Constituţiei Street
004 0269 211 707
[email protected]
Haus Paltinul
3* No. 14, Paltinului Street
004 0728 275 444
[email protected]
Pensiunea Hermannstadt 3* No. 13, Blănarilor Street
004 0269 212 340;
004 0744 542 405
[email protected]
Casa Ioana
3* No. 13, Lucian Blaga Street
004 0269 213 265
[email protected]
Casa Ivan
3* No. 34, Călugăreni Street
004 0269 233 991
[email protected]
3* No. 8, Luptei Street
004 0269 225 533;
004 0369 405 444
[email protected]
Casa Luxemburg
3* No. 16, Piaţa Mică Street
004 0269 216 854
[email protected]
1A, G-ral D. Praporgescu
3* No.
004 0742 464 991;
004 0269 237 994
[email protected]
0722 210 690;
3* No. 10, Charles Darwin Street 004
004 0746 526 654
[email protected]
Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
3* No. 41, Moldoveanu Street
004 0728 936 348
[email protected]
3* No. 16, Livezii Street
004 0721 985 032
Casa Veche
3* No. 4, Liviu Rebreanu Street
004 0269 213 034;
004 0745 491495
[email protected]
3* No. 1, Mirăslău Street
004 0722 275 062;
004 0369 429 982
[email protected]
3* No. 76, Calea Cisnădiei Street
004 0269 212 766;
004 0722 216 094
[email protected]
Casa Frieda
3* No. 40, Nicolae Bălcescu Street 004 0269 218 821
[email protected]
La Viorel
3* No. 2, Lector Street
004 0269 211 410;
004 0741 107 337
[email protected]
3* No. 11, Ştrandului Street
004 0751 954 457;
004 0269 226 230
[email protected]
2* No. 24, Călţun Street
004 0745 503 468;
004 0369 436 696
[email protected]
American Inn Bella
2* No. 6, Aurel Decei Street
004 0269 218 084;
004 0728 830 822
[email protected];
[email protected]
Casa Bianca
2* No. 93, E.A. Bielz Street
004 0744 599 466
[email protected]
Carul cu Flori
2* No. 34, Luptei Street
004 0744 355 822;
004 0744 550315
[email protected]
Nelu & Klein
124, Calea Dumbrăvii
2* No.
004 0269 252111
[email protected]
Casa Spătar
2* No. 5, Nicovalei Street
004 0741 212 844
[email protected]
62 Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
2* No. 104, Alba Iulia Street
004 0269 228 492;
004 0753 221 803
2* No. 26, Vasile Milea Street
004 0748 100 869;
004 0269 212 411
[email protected]
2* No. 43, Nouă Street
004 0269 215 197
[email protected]
2* No. 52, Calea Dumbrăvii Street 004 0740 246 825
[email protected]
Casa Tobias
2* No. 15, Gării Street
004 0740 163 692;
004 0269 230 860
[email protected]
2* No. 67, E. A. Bieltz Street
004 0269 227 800
[email protected]
2* No. 10, Măsarilor Street
004 0269 212 509
2* No. 2, Berăriei Street
004 0369 427 427
[email protected];
2* Nr 18, Vasile Aaron Street
[email protected];
[email protected]
2* No. 6, Moş Ion Roată Street
004 0722 215 412;
004 0269 244 826
004 0729 133 777;
004 0269 218 392
Podul Minciunilor
2* No. 1, Azilului Street
004 0269 217 259
[email protected]
2* No. 25, Anton Pann Street
004 0752 572 546
[email protected]
2* No. 101, Rahovei Street
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
004 0740 246 825;
004 0269 242 050
0369 448 867;
2* No. 22, Porumbacului Street 004
004 0745 285 946
0747 222 602;
2* No. 11, Ecaterina Varga Street 004
004 0751 872 022
[email protected];
[email protected]
Accomodations in Sibiu
Type of unit
2* No. 22, Konrad Haas Street
004 0269 214 076
Casa Arcaş
1* No. 2, 16 Februarie Street
[email protected]
Han Veştem
Calea Răşinari,
2* Sibiu,
Dumbrava Forest
* Dumbrava
- The Open Air Museum
004 0269 432 578;
004 0745 056 099
004 0269 252 976;
004 0756 085 795
004 0269 252 948
[email protected]
Flying Time
2* No. 6, Ghe Lazăr Street
[email protected]
2* No. 8, Felinarului Street
[email protected]
La Padre
2* No. 14, Someşului Street
[email protected]
Villa Teilor
2* No. 4, Teilor Street
004 0369 730 179;
004 0726 278 330
004 0269 235 260;
004 0749 901 171
004 0722 258 715;
004 0743 558 715
004 0269 238 161;
004 0766 242 874
[email protected]
Old Town Hostel
1* No. 26, Piata Mică Street
004 0269 216 445
[email protected]
Apartments (as
hotel rooms)
Apartments (as
hotel rooms)
Apartments (as
hotel rooms)
Apartments (as
hotel rooms)
Apartments (as
hotel rooms)
Apartament Central
3* No. 1-3, N. Bălcescu Street
004 0728 111 149;
004 0369 804 600
[email protected]
Ap. Tourism&
2* No. 1,Vasile Milea Boulevard
004 0722 551 073
[email protected]
Ap.Galeria "Grafit 1"
No. 3, Xenopol Street
[email protected]
Ap. Galeria "Grafit 2"
No. 5, Piaţa Dragoner
[email protected]
Ap. Samuel Brukenthal
No. 4, Samuel Brukenthal
004 0741 072 678;
004 0723 591 478
004 0741 072 678;
004 0723 591 478
004 0740 843 678;
004 0269 211 344
[email protected]
* No.19, Tipografilor Street
004 0742 55 35 96
[email protected]
Room for rent
PF Budac Veronica
2* No. 9A, Anton Pann Street
004 0269 250 046;
004 0751 361 084
Young since 1191
Photo: Scott Eastman © 2009,
Daniel Bălțat, Marcel Baciu, Petre Dadu
Translation: Mirela Grigore
Design & Print: Honterus Sibiu
Edited by The Office for the Promotion and Development in
Culture and Tourism within the City Hall of Sibiu and the Cultural
Department of the City of Sibiu
Printed in 1,750 copies
To be distributed free of charge

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