Banca Agricola is Piaţa Mare’s most impressive building; it now houses the town hall and tourist information centre.
The History Museum displays Palaeolithic Age tools, ceramics, bronze, jewellery and life-sized home scenes, costumes and furniture....
Franz Binder Museum of World Ethnology
Named for a 19th-century collector from Sibiu, the great Franz Binder Museum of World Ethnology has an unexpectedly rich collection of...
The Go In is a traditional-style bar with lots of twentysomething couples sharing tables over beer and cocktails.
Zorba Greek Restaurant
Next to the Franz Binder Museum, Zorba dishes up Aegean-fresh fare: colossal Greek salads, souvlaki, calamari, pizza and pasta.
Lonely Planet review
The Brukenthal Museum is the oldest and likely finest art gallery in Romania. Founded in 1817, the museum is in the baroque palace (1785) of Baron Samuel Brukenthal (1721–1803), former Austrian governor, and hosts excellent collections of 16th- and 17th-century paintings.