The most important art museum in this part of the country features separate galleries dedicated to European (1st floor) and Romanian...
Banca Agricola is Piaţa Mare’s most impressive building; it now houses the town hall and tourist information centre.
The Gothic church, built from 1300 to 1520, was closed and covered in scaffolding during our research due to long-term renovation. The...
After you've strolled the lovely squares, repair here for your kaffee und kuchen (coffee and cake). True to its name, the Wien...
At the foot of the passage of stairs this is a perfect spot to catch a quiet frothy coffee and tuck into a menu of salads, pasta and...
Str Mitropoliei 2 · interesting places nearby
History Museum information
The History Museum displays Palaeolithic Age tools, ceramics, bronze, jewellery and life-sized home scenes, costumes and furniture. Other sections hold guild exhibits, an armoury, Roman artefacts and a treasury.