3rd1 Decembrie 1918 ST, Sibiu 550200, Romania
Nice hotel for a good price.
I stayed one night at the Apollo hotel after having stayed at another place for the previous 4 nights, but i decided it was time to try something new and this place was also a bit cheaper thanthe other one i had stayed in.
The Apollo hotel is around 10 minutes walk from the old city center.
My room was absolutely fine and functional and had all i needed.
Wifi at the hotel worked very fine and the reception staff was friendly and heltful.
Breakfast was no sensation but acceptable and they had a nice seating area outside where i was sitting in the evening with my book and my laptop.
The place has a good parking area if you are coming by car.
If you are looking for a middle class hotel with an attractive price then this is a good place.
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I whant to now evry thing about nightlife in sibiu
When I was in Sibiu I did not really go clubbing, but I was in a few bars. The one that I likes the most is the Art Cafe, a cousy bar with a lot of german speaking folks around. I was also in an other cellar bar but I forgot the name or it. I also heard that the chilloutclub is worth visiting. Check out the sites below.
BTW: If you're interested: I know some poeple in Sibiu. Maybe one of them likes to show you around.
Chill out club
Travel Tips for Sibiu
Piata (pronounced piazza) Mare
Sibiu was the principal Transylvanian Saxon town, established as a fortified town in the twelfth century by settlers encouraged by the Hungarian king, Geza. This is the Piata Mare (the Great Square), the largest of three in the city center. It is fronted all round by the renovated premises of sixteenth and seventeenth century merchants' homes, as well as the nationally famous Brukenthal Museum. (The early eighteenth-century Catholic Church is in the center of the picture.)
The Orthodox Cathedral is a must-see!
Because it is not adjacent to the old town, some tourists might miss the Orthodox Cathedral. Or perhaps some will intentionally avoid it since it dates only to the early twentieth century. Missing it for whatever reason would be a mistake. Start with the massive, intricately carved doors and proceed in to the huge gold chandelier which dominates the interior. Patterned after the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul, this building has many neo-Byzantine flourishes and is truly exquisite both inside and out.
See the Museum of the Romanian...
See the Museum of the Romanian Village. You will like it a lot if you are either a Romanian or from another country. It is the bestof this kind from the whole Romania and rated as the best European Museum of the year some years ago. It will take a lot of time to visit it, so maybe you should reserv a whole day for it.
Traditional Houses from all over the country, which you can admire as a whole, meaning both interior design and exterior and with yard and everything that was needed in the old times to make it a good home. Usually the houses are also specific for people who did a certain work (e.g.: shepherd, sewer etc). And also there is a special part of the museum with old workshops.
There is also a very beautiful church and some pulic place like the inn where you can really try traditional Romanian food at not so high prices. So enjoy!
Brukental Museum is the oldest museum in Romania. Its opening happened on February 25th 1817. It is also the second oldest museum in Europe. The name comes from the former governor of Transsylvania - Samuel von Brukenthal, and the first collections were his personal donation. Also, the building of the museum was his personal residence. In the classical art gallery you can find items by Antonello da Messina, Lorenzo Lotto, Alessandro Magnasco, Albrecht Dürer, Rubens, Botticeli, Jan van Dyck and Titian. I would recommend a visit to the Brukental Museum for the art lovers and for the fact that it is the oldest museum in Romania and the second oldest in Europe.
The Council Tower
The Council Tower was built in the 13th century being the first time mentioned in a document dated 1370.
Its name is related to the next building, which was the first Town Hall of the city.
The tower became the entrance gate of the second fortified walls.
It partially collapsed in 1586, and was reconstructed in 1588.
The roof was modified several times.
In 1829 the last level was added and the roof was modified under the actual shape.
During the years the tower was used for various porpoises, including a jail and corn storehouse.
At the last floor, an observation desk allows a bird-eyes view over the historic town and one floor below you can see the clock mechanism
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