If you're short on time, a stroll along Piaţa Primeriei allows a glimpse of the prettiest architecture, including the City Hall (1895–96) and 18th-century baroque Hungarian Reformed Church (Református Templom).


There is a handful of budget and midrange guesthouses in the centre of town, mostly aimed at business travellers and overnighting tourists (few stay longer than one night). There’s also an enormous range of budget pensions north of the centre, along route 13A.


Hungarian coffee-and-cake culture brightens Odorheiu’s food scene. Find places to eat and drink in Piața Primăriei and its surrounding roads. There are fast-food joints and supermarkets along Str Bethlen Gábor.

Drinking & Nightlife

Pubs and late-opening bars are lined along Str Kossuth Lajos, which stretches south from Piaţa Primăriei.