The centre of the old walled city, the expansive Piaţa Mare is a good start for exploring Sibiu. Climb to the top of the former Council...
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...
Lively backstreet cellar club beneath Old Town Hostel, piping out reggae and good vibes for a young crowd.
Zorba Greek Restaurant
Next to the Franz Binder Museum, Zorba dishes up Aegean-fresh fare: colossal Greek salads, souvlaki, calamari, pizza and pasta.
Pharmaceutical Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the Piaţa Mică pharmacy (opened in 1600), the Pharmaceutical Museum is a three-room collection packed with pills and powders, old microscopes and scary medical instruments. Some exhibits highlight Samuel Hahnemann, a founder of homeopathy in the 1770s (Romania was one of Europe’s first countries to legitimise the use of giving small doses of a disease in order to fight the disease itself).