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Attractions in Sibiu



The Council Tower (Turnul Sfatului)

No. 1, Little Square

It is one of Sibiu's most famous monuments. It was built in the 13th century and was used as an entrance gate to the second row of fortified walls built around Sibiu. Throughout its existence, the tower served as a grain storehouse, a fire watchtower, a temporary prison and even as a museum of botany.


Brukenthal Palace (Palatul Brukental)

4-5, Big Square

The stunning Brukenthal Palace was built between 1778-1785 by a Viennese architect in a refined late-baroque style. It is home to the Brukenthal Museum (Muzeul Brukenthal), the oldest and one of the finest art museums in the country.


Blue House

Next to Brukenthal Palace

Sibiu's fairy-tale Blue House is an 18th century Baroque house bearing the old coat of arms of Sibiu on its facade.


Natural History Museum

1, Cetatii Street

The museum was started in 1849 and features more than 1.000.000 items on display, representing areas such as geology, paleontology, botanics and zoology.


The Bridge of Lies (Podul Minciunilor)

It was built in 1859, by Fredericus Hutte, and was the first wrought iron bridge in Romania. It is one of Sibiu's most important symbols and it is a favorite strolling place for young couples. The bridge stands out due to its resistance pieces decorated with rosettes and a belt of elements placed in circles with decreasing sizes and adorned with vegetal and neo-gothic geometric motifs.


Goldsmiths’ Square (Piata Aurarilor)

It is a peaceful and intimate square surrounded by charming old houses with medieval windows, doorways and turrets. It has been, for many years, the main point of passage between the Little Square and the Lower Town.


Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedrala Ortodoxa Mitropolitana Sf. Treime)

35 Mitropoliei Street

It was constructed between 1902—1906 on the site of a former Greek church, and has a similar architectural style to Saint Sofia Cathedral in Istanbul, Turkey. The interior is dominated by a massive gold chandelier and features neo-Byzantine decorations. It is Romania's second largest Orthodox cathedral, following the one in Iasi.

Other major attractions in Sibiu, include: Ursuline Monastery (Manastirea Ursulinelor), ASTRA Open Air Museum (Muzeul in aer liber ASTRA -Dumbrava Sibiului), Museum of Hunting Weapons and Trophies (Muzeul de Arme si Trofee de Vanatoare), Pharmacy Museum (Muzeul de Istorie a Farmaciei), The Steam Engine Museum (Muzeul de Locomotive cu Aburi), The Museum of Painted Glass Icons (Muzeul de Icoane pe Sticla), including nearby Fortified Church in Cristian, which is about 5 miles west of Sibiu, and Marginimea Sibiului, at the foothills of the Cindrel Mountains, a half-hour drive from Sibiu, considered to be one of Transylvania's best-preserved ethnographic areas.