Sibiu, a picturesque city in Transylvania, bears a striking resemblance to Western European metropolises.

Along with Luxembourg, it was named the European Capital of Culture in 2007 after undergoing a lengthy restoration process. The result is a medieval city centre that exudes charm and can easily be explored on foot. Stroll down pedestrian streets and quaint squares surrounded by historic buildings. Sibiu, also known as Hermannstadt in German, has long been a hub for the German community in Transylvania. Founded by German colonists in the 12th century, it was considered the easternmost city in Europe during the 17th century. Today, Sibiu is home to a diverse population of Romanians, Hungarians, and Germans, whose cultures have influenced the city’s unique architectural style.

Sibiu Hotels

Art Hotel Sibiu$$

This 4-star hotel is situated in the heart of Sibiu’s historic centre. It is conveniently located within walking distance of many popular attractions, including the Council Tower of Sibiu, Albert Huet Square, and Piata Mare. The ART Hotel features a restaurant, terrace, and shared lounge. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk. The boutique hotel offers bright and comfortable air-conditioned rooms, each with a flat-screen TV, a desk, and a private bathroom with free toilet...

Art Hotel Sibiu
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