Sibiu was voted Cultural European Capital in 2007 and named by Forbes as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live”. But that’s not why you should visit. No, this city has something far more unique and interesting: first of all, it’s based in Transylvania, the home of Count Dracula, and second of all: the houses have eyes. And they are watching you. Here's what to see and do in Sibiu, Romania.
The Lutheran Cathedral of Saint Mary, Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania. Its massive 73.34 m high steeple is a landmark of the city. The Cathedral was built in the 14th century on the location of another 12th-century church. In 1671 a Slovakian craftsman built an organ to replace the previous one that was built in 1585. Today the newer organ is the largest in the southeastern region of Europe.