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15 Undiscovered European Destinations

Data apariţiei: 4.7.2014

Unde: Huffingtonpost.com, USA

15 Undiscovered European Destinations

8) sibiu, Romania

Built in the 12th century, the Romanian citadel city of Sibiu is an ideal destination for history buffs. Still boasting many of its original fortifications, visitors can walk through mazes of stone staircases and archways to explore the area's rustic architecture. Stop by Grand Square to visit Brukenthal Palace, a majestic 18th-century Baroque mansion that houses one of the oldest museum collections in the world.

Sightseeing in Sibiu, Romania

Data apariţiei: 24.5.2014

Unde: A Brit and A Broad, UK

Sightseeing in Sibiu, Romania

The only sound I could hear was the rhythmic thud of my shoes on time-worn stone. Every now and then, a solitary black cat would catch up to me looking for attention, the only sign of life or activity in the area.

The Most Charming Towns In Europe You’ll Want To Visit ASAP

Data apariţiei: 5.1.2014

Unde: Huffingtonpost.com, USA

The Most Charming Towns In Europe You’ll Want To Visit ASAP

Sibiu, Romania

This pedestrian-friendly town has an upper level full of historic spots and lower level complete with homes on cobblestone streets. No wonder it was a European Capital of Cultural in 2007.

Sibiu: A Cultured City

Data apariţiei: 6.7.2013

Unde: Pinoy Erasmus Mundus, Filipine

Sibiu: A Cultured City

Journey to Sibiu, Romania, with our correspondent

Mari-An C. Santos, and soak in the culture of her second hometown in Transylvania – with Count Dracula safely out of sight.

Sibiu (Hermannstadt/Nagyszeben) : Michelin’s recommendations

Data apariţiei: 2013

Unde: Michelin Travel Guide, FR

Sibiu (Hermannstadt/Nagyszeben) : Michelin’s recommendations

Saxon colonists dispatched by the Hungarian king Geza II founded Hermannstadt in the 12C on the banks of the River Cibin. A stroll down from the upper town to the lower town reveals this medieval settlement’s character: vaulted passageways, fortified doorways, a maze of little streets and squares. This Baroque city of colourful façades nicknamed "Little Vienna" is surely Romania’s most beautiful.