12 dec. 2018 - 13 dec. 2018
2 oaspeți - 1 cameră
realy beautiful and good renovatet City, of course lots of other tourists but the old City is a must if you are there. a Little bit ca. 15 KM in the east is a campground, Near the Center are a lot of parkinglots not expensive.
A UNESCO World Heritage site for its restored center, Sibiu is a charming place to experience Transylvania - just don't expect to find any vampires.
Milestones in Sibiu's history 1191 - Mentioned for the first time in a document of the Vatican, under the name "Cibinium" (due to the river Cibin that flows through the city) 1292 - The first hospital in the Kingdom of Hungary was attested. 1380 - The first documented school in the Kingdom of Hungary. 1494 - The first pharmacy in the Kingdom of Hungary. 1534 - The first paper mill in the Kingdom of Hungary. 1544 - The first book in the Romanian language was printed in Sibiu, funded by John II Sigismund Zápolya. This was in Cyrillic letters. 1551 - Conrad Haas's experiment with rockets. 1570 - The Ottoman-dependent Principality of Transylvania was formed after the Ottoman conquest in Hungary. 1671 - Methane gas was discovered near Sibiu. 1782 - Franz-Joseph Müller von Reichenstein discovered the chemical element tellurium. 1788 - First theatre in Transylvania. 1795 - The first lightning rod in Transylvania and in Southeastern Europe was installed in Nagydisznód (present-day Cisnădie). 1817 - The Brukenthal Museum, the first museum in Transylvania was opened. 1867 - The Principality of Transylvania was reunited with Hungary in the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary 1872 - The first railway opened between Sibiu and Copşa Mică 1896 - The first use of electricity in Austria-Hungary, and the first power line in Southeastern Europe. 1904 - The second city in Europe to use an electric-powered trolley (after Timisoara - Romania). 1905 - The Electric Tram is inaugurated(replacing the trolley) 1918 - Upon the Union of Transylvania with Romania, Sibiu became part of Romania. 1928 - The first zoo in Romania. 1941 - Saxons lost their historical majority in the population 1989 - The third city to take part in the Romanian Revolution. 2007 - European Capital of Culture 2007 2011 - The 17.5 km of motorway forming a partial beltway around Sibiu was fully completed on August 30.
Sibiu is a wonderful place in Transylvania. It reminds me a lot of Brasov with its medieval center. It was the European Culture Capital in 2007 and was named by Forbes one of the top idyllic places to live in ! http://www.forbes.com/2008/11/18/europe-homes-dollar-forbeslife-cx_po_1118realestate_slide_4.html It can be reached by car, bus, train or plane.