Sibiu travel guide

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You're Going to Love Sibiu

Historic and charming, Sibiu boasts a recently renovated old town and a thriving culture that is renowned throughout Romania.

The city was named the European Capital of Culture in 2007 and ever since, it's been buzzing with events that celebrate the Germanic, Hungarian, and Romanian heritage of Sibiu.

Whether you're looking to admire beautiful architecture or explore the countryside, Sibiu will have something for you to enjoy.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Sibiu

What to do in Sibiu

When to Visit Sibiu

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Like much of Romania, Sibiu is pleasant in spring and fall and cold in winter. Summer temperatures can reach the 90s so it may be best to avoid the heat of August.

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How to Get to Sibiu

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Where to Stay in Sibiu

Numerous hotels and hostels can be found in the city. Cheap rooms can be found at Smart Hostel, while the Hotel Continental Forum has comfortable rooms in a very central location.

Popular Neighborhoods in Sibiu

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How to Get Around Sibiu

The Cost of Living in Sibiu

Shopping Streets

The Old Town is the best place to shop if you're interested in local craftsmanship. There are also more traditional stores, where a dress will cost about RON125.

Groceries and Other

Grocers can be found throughout the city. A dozen eggs will run about RON7, as will a pound of chicken breast.

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Where to Eat in Sibiu

Numerous restaurants serve locals and visitors. Laid-back Romanian options like Crama Sibiana come to about RON20 per person for a meal, while mid-range options such as La Dobrun will cost about 35.