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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Data apariţiei: 29 septembrie 2015
Unde: RossandHelen Travel blog
The magical city of Sibiu
We wish to write in each article how much we enjoyed Romania, namely its magical Transylvania. The city of Sibiu makes you fall in love with it at first sight; it hypnotizes you with its eyes, real eyes that are watching you from all houses. This is the most unique city we have ever been to. It’s not the city, it’s a miracle. We would recommend visiting Sibiu the most in Romania.
Data apariţiei: 27 septembrie 2015
Sibiu, 6th place in Best Value Cities for 2016
Sibiu is 6th in Trivago list of 100 best value popular global cities for 2016.
Sibiul ocupă locul 6 în top 100 cele mai convenabile oraşe la nivel mondial ce trebuie explorate în anul 2016.
Data apariţiei: august 2015
The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Central and Eastern Europe
Top 10 cele mai frumoase orase din Europa Centrala si de Est
By Lani Seelinger
Many people who are new to the history of Eastern Europe don’t realize that before the changes that came along with the modern era, there were German settlers scattered everywhere from the Baltic States to the Balkans.
Data apariţiei: februarie 2015
Europe’s Top 10 Cultural Destinations You Didn’t Know About
10 destinaţii culturale europene de care nu ştiai
By Chloe Hay
A fusion of Romanian, German and Hungarian cultures, the city of Sibiu across the Cibin River in Romania, is a beautiful blending of architecture from the Middle Ages. It is loved primarily for its medieval charm, but it is also home to plenty of exquisite restaurants and is surrounded by beautiful parkland too.
Data apariţiei: 6.02.2015
Unde: Chicago Tribune
Park Ridge artist draws from Transylvanian inspiration
Chicago Tribune despre experienta unei artiste americane in Sibiu.
by Jennifer Johnson, Pioneer Press
Studying art wasn't always a high priority for Park Ridge native Alexandra Giannopoulos. "My parents pushed me to study languages," the 1998 Maine South graduate recalls. "I took four different languages [in high school]."