Erasmus Courses in Sibiu, Romania

Sibiu is a picturesque city located in the heart of Transylvania, Romania. It is renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant cultural scene. Sibiu, formerly known as Hermannstadt, has a history dating back to the 12th century. It was founded by German settlers and was an important medieval trade and cultural hub.

The city is a cultural hotspot in Romania. It was designated the European Capital of Culture in 2007, which further enhanced its cultural scene. The city hosts numerous festivals, museums, and theaters, making it a cultural hub for both locals and tourists.

Sibiu has become a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world. The city offers a range of activities, including exploring historic sites, enjoying traditional Romanian cuisine, and attending cultural events.

The surrounding area of Sibiu is known for its natural beauty, with the Southern Carpathian Mountains providing opportunities for hiking and outdoor activities.

Sibiu has good transportation links, including an international airport, making it accessible to travelers. It’s also well-connected to other Romanian cities and European destinations.

Cultural Activities

A Sightseeing Tour is included in the price of each Erasmus course in Sibiu. The Tour will encompass all the main attractions of the city: The Main Square, The Small Square, The Huet Square, and the Cetăţii Street, with all highlights. Our guide will feed your curiosity and share with you the hidden stories behind famous attractions, such as The Liar’s Bridge and the Eyes of Sibiu’s roofs.

Best Things to Do and See in Sibiu

1. Old Town (Centru): Explore the historic Old Town of Sibiu, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander through its cobblestone streets, admire the well-preserved medieval architecture, and visit the city’s three main squares: the Large Square (Piața Mare), the Small Square (Piața Mică), and the Huet Square. Don’t miss the colorful houses, ornate facades, and charming cafes.

2. Brukenthal National Museum: Visit the Brukenthal National Museum, one of Romania’s oldest museums. It houses an impressive collection of European art, including paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. The museum is located in a Baroque palace and also includes the Brukenthal Library.

3. Council Tower (Turnul Sfatului): Climb the Council Tower for panoramic views of Sibiu. This medieval tower offers a great vantage point to see the city and its surroundings. It’s especially beautiful at sunset.

4. Liar’s Bridge (Podul Minciunilor): This picturesque bridge in the Small Square is famous for its legend that says it will collapse if you tell a lie while standing on it. It’s a great spot for photos and offers a nice view of the square.

5. ASTRA National Museum Complex: Located just outside Sibiu, the ASTRA Museum is an open-air museum showcasing traditional Romanian village life. You can explore authentic rural houses, churches, and workshops from different regions of Romania.

6. Potters’ Tower (Turnul Olarilor): This medieval tower houses the Museum of Folk Civilization, where you can learn about traditional Romanian crafts and culture.

7. Surroundings: Consider taking trips from Sibiu to explore the beautiful Transylvanian countryside, including visits to nearby towns like Sighișoara, Biertan, and the Transfăgărășan Highway for stunning mountain scenery.