Hotel Levoslav House

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

General Magheru, Nr. 12, Sibiu, 550185, Romania
Hotel Levoslav House
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples88
  • Solo75
  • Business80

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Travel Tips for Sibiu

Brukenthal Palace

by Fam_Stoica

The Brukenthal Palace is one of the most remarkable monuments in late baroque style in Romania. It was erected between 1778-1788 as an official residence for Samuel von Brukenthal and as a shelter for his collections. Some of its specific elements are the decorum of the façade with the Brukenthal’s coat of arms, garlands, rosettes, stone flower bunches, artistic carpentry, wall-cotton and silk, locksmith’s elements (door handles, door bolts), faience stoves and candelabras .

Today, the Brukenthal Palace houses the Art Gallery and the Brukenthal Library.

Address: 4-5 Piata Mare, 2400 Sibiu, România.
Tel : +40 69 211699; Fax :+40 69 211545;
Opening hours : 9 - 17, Monday closed.

The Brukenthal Museum is one of the greatest Romanian museums. Its collections were constituted by baron Samuel von Brukenthal (1721-1803), governor of Transylvania between 1777-1787. In 1790 (three years before the Louvre was opened) the collections of Samuel von Brukenthal could be visited. The official opening of the museum took place on the 25th of February 1817; it is the first museum in Romania that has been functioning ever since.

The Stairs Tower

by iwys

Turnul Scărilor, the Stairs Tower, is one of the oldest buildings in Sibiu. It stands on the foundations of an even older building, a 12th century fortifed church. The present tower was built in 1542 and modified in 1863. It has a single floor and a vaulted passage under the tower reaching the stairway which connects the Upper Town and the Lower Town. The stairs themselves were constructed in 1860.

You will walk through the archway under the tower when you climb the steps from the Lower Town to the Upper Town.

Small Square

by codrutz

The Small Square is the second largest historic place of Sibiu and one of the most beautiful square in town. From the Small Square a road goes beneath the Council Tower and goes straight below the Liars' Bridge. Here in the Small Square you will find well preserved medieval buildings and a few more passages connecting it to the Big Square. Museum of Pharmacy, Museum 'Emil Sigerus' and Museum 'Franz Binder' are located here, as well as The Art House and the Goldsmith's Tower (1567) that connects the square with the lower tower through the Goldsmiths Passage, one of the most beautiful places in town. Don't miss the pubs near the Luxembourg House.News:The whole pavement of the Small Square, as well as the Liars' Bridge, was totally rebuilt with regard to the year of 2007. The look and feel is different now more than ever (what I've been used to see in my childhood).

Liar's Bridge

by Dabs

"I am the Easter Bunny"

"I am Santa Claus"

Like many tourists before us, we stood on the Liar's Bridge, and told and out and out lies, waiting for the bridge to collapse beneath us. I guess since I was standing on it that I can't say I was disappointed in the outcome as I really didn't want to plunge to my death.

The bridge's nickname comes from the shifty merchants who met on the bridge to trade and the young lovers who met there declaring their undying love. The guidebooks both point out that Ceausescu managed to give a speech here without the bridge collasping so really what chance did we have of making it collapse???

Cariatid's House-Casa cu cariatide

by adema29

This is not an usual view for Romania.
I haven't seen too many caryatids in Romania and perhaps this is why I have spent few minutes in front of it.
Cariatid's House was built in 1786 in late Baroque style by the widow of Georg Bethlen.
In the nineteenth century, the locals called it "The stone virgins."

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