The historic center of Sibiu is still partially enclosed by its original 12th-century medieval walls. Begin your visit in the Piata Mare, home to the Brukenthal Palace, containing the main halls of the Brukenthal National Museum. Descend the Passage of the Stairs down into lower Sibiu, and make sure to be on your best behavior as you cross the Bridge of Lies. A trek in the nearby Făgăraș Mountains will lead you past breathtaking ridges and serene glacial lakes.
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Big Square is Sibiu’s historical centre, where there are important historical monuments, many of which are part of the UNESCO patrimony.
This is a very pleasant square. It is pretty much free from the modern signage that can ruin such an urban landscape. The dimensions of buildings to square are good and there is a good sense of open space and pleasant vernacular architecture enhances the beauty.
It snowed heavily while I was there and thus added to the sense of magic about the square.
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This is the heart of medieval city of Sibiu. It's like walking through history. The buildings are from 15 to 19 century, in an average to good condition. They are charming during day or night, all seasons. You can find nice restaurants and coffeshops, little shops with souvenirs, art and handcrafts, churches and small alleys.
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Well is ok to spend sunny sundays but i am not that happy with the infrastructure of the place..majorly is all right !Thank you for your review and we are waiting for your next coming. Can you tell us more details about the problems occured with our infrastructure for improving the unpleasant stuff?
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A challenging climb up what seems and endless journey is paid off with stunning views of the whole town and the Carpathian Mountains as a backdrop. There are 4 turrets that you step in to give you views from all corners of the main tower. You can open some of the little windows to get the best photos. On the way up you will see the massive Burch bells that will rattle you to the core fin you are in the tower when they ring, this all adds to the atmosphere. The tiles on the roof that are clearly visible are fantastic and being inside the tower it give you and idea of the structure and craftsmanship that it takes to build such a monumental building. Well worth the epic journey up the many stairs. Don’t forget your camera
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The entry to the tower is modest, only 2 RON (up to 0,5EUR) Inside there is not much to see is mostly empty, at the first level there are some painting workshops where you can buy paintings. The most spectacular is the top view.
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A huge lesson of arts and history, I enjoyed every piece of the Romanian art gallery, really nice vibe (almost shivers) being around all those famous paintings of Aman, Grigorescu, Ciucurencu, Sirato, Luchian, Iser, Tattarescu and many others. In the European side I was really impressed by Bruegel's Massacre of innocents.
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We visited during the holiday decor of the bridge. It was nicely lit with Christmas lights which made it a nice back drop for pictures. It has some decent legends behind liars bridge, but most are unsubstantiated.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
We like more the parallel street (Cetatii) which is much more quiet but there is no way you can avoid Balcescu street as it is the main pedestrian/ shopping street. There are restaurants, cafes, ice cream shops, souvenirs. 101 things you can do and a very good pharmacy at no. 52.
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