Sibiul s-a bucurat în ultimii ani de o importantă recunoaştere internaţională a frumuseţii sale şi a potenţialului turistic de care dispune.
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Transylvania

Data apariţiei: 25.03.2012

Unde: Naples Daily News

Transylvania

Articol despre Sibiu, scris de Johan Martin Taylor pentru ziarul Naples Daily News. Nu exista varianta online

In Transylvania, getting beyond Dracula

Data apariţiei: 16.3.2012

Unde: The Washington Post, USA

In Transylvania, getting beyond Dracula

It wasn’t the occult that drew me to Transylvania. It was a cookbook.

I’ve never read any of the "Twilight" series, nor a single word of an Anne Rice novel (though a friend did persuade me to see the film version of "Interview With the Vampire" when it was released in 1994).

Sibiu: a girl’s guide to the best shops, hotels and restaurants

Data apariţiei: 11.12.2011

Unde: The Telegraph, UK

Sibiu: a girl’s guide to the best shops, hotels and restaurants

The city of Sibiu in Romania has been described as Prague without the tourists. Named European City of Culture in 2007 this Translyvanian gem is filled with art, churches, cobbled piazzas and Medieval archways.

Sibiu – could almost be Bavaria

Data apariţiei: 14.06.2011

Unde: Adevarul (VOX Europ)

Sibiu – could almost be Bavaria

Convinced that Romania was a land of sadness and misfortune, I made a two-day stopover in Sibiu to take advantage of a weekend opportunity to visit the book fair hosted by the Transylvanian city with its German pedigree and German name: Hermannstadt.

In Pictures: Europe’s Most Idyllic Places To Live

Data apariţiei: 18.11.2008

Unde: Forbes, USA

In Pictures: Europe’s Most Idyllic Places To Live

No. 8 Sibiu, Romania.
In the heart of Transylvania lies Sibiu, an important but little known city of 160,000. Outside Romania, Transylvania is best known as the sinister setting of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula.