TOURIST INFORMATION CENTERS

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Tourist Information Center was open in 2000 and provides maps, information and brochures. Here the visitor can find information related to:
- accommodation
- descriptions of the main objectives of tourist interest in Sibiu & Sibiu County
- suggestions about spending your time
- promotions of various local companies.

Sibiu City Hall

Str. Samuel Brukenthal, nr. 2, Large Square Entrace (F)
Tel: 0040 269 208 913,
fax: 0040 269 208 811
E-mail: turism@sibiu.ro
Opening hours:
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 20:00
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00

OTHER TOURIST INFORMATION CENTERS

Kultours Info Center
Piaţa Mică, ground floor of the House of Luxemburg
Ţel: 004 0269 216 854
E-mail: office@kultours.ro
Opened: non-stop

Sala Frescă a Muzeului Brukenthal
Piaţa Mică, nr. 22
Ţel: 004 0269 217 691
E-mail: info@brukenthalmuseum.ro
Opened: March 21st - October 21st: Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mondays and the first Tuesday of every month: CLOSED October 20th - March 20th: Wednesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays: CLOSED

Info Point Sibiu
Piaţa Huet, nr. 1
Tel/ fax : 004 0269 244 442
E-mail: info@isibiu.ro
Opened: 1.05 - 31.10: Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 - 21.00; Monday 10.00 - 21.00
1.11 - 30.04: CLOSED

Info Point Păltiniş
Ţel.: 004 0269 574 035
E-mail: office@scpaltinis.ro
Opened: Monday - Friday 8.00- 20.00

MORE INFOS

German Consulate Sibiu
Cancelary: 550169 Sibiu
Str. Lucian Blaga Nr. 15 - 17
Tel.: 0040-269-206 211
Fax: 0040-269-206 299
e-Mail: info@hermannstadt.diplo.de
Open: Monday-Friday 9.00-11.30

Honorary Consulate of Austria in Sibiu
550 185 Sibiu, Gral Magheru 4
Tel./Fax: +40 (0)269 211 311
e-mail: andreas.huber(at)konsulat-at.ro

Travel formalities

American and Canadian citizens as well as citizens of most European countries do not need an entry visa to visit Romania (for stays up to 90 - ninety - days).
However, a valid passport is required for all international visitors except for citizens of the countries of the European Union who can enter Romania with their Identity Card.
There is no Entry or Departure Tax.

The Romanian Telecommunication agency is called Romtelecom and the postal service is Posta Romana. To use a public telephone you need a phone card which is sold in post offices, some news-stands or at Telecom office.
The telephone numbers have ten digits: the first four digits – 0269 - indicate the Sibiu code and the rest six the number. When calling from abroad dial 0040269 following by the six digits number.

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
Jan 1-2 2006 New Year Jan 6 Epiphany
Apr 24 Easter Monday (Orthodox)
May 1 Labour Day
Dec 1 National Day
Dec 25-26 Christmas


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Local Police

politia 0269 208 800