There is a tourist office on the Large
Sq. It provides maps, information and
brochures. They also can help you in finding
All travelers should consider purchasing
travel insurance. There are many pharamacies
throughout the city and a short list is
provided on this page.
You can exchange money at banks and privately
owned bureaux de change, called ‘Casa
de schimb valutar” Usually there
is no commision charged for transition.
Not all the banks exchange travelers’
checks. The Romanian currency is called
LEU and is the only currency accepted
in shops and restaurants. The most accepted
foreign currency are the American dollar
and the Euro, so be sure that you have
some of these before enter the country.
Telephone and Postal service
The Romanian Telecommunication
agency is called Rotelecom and the postal
service is Posta Romana.
The public telephones in Sibiu have push-button;
Usually a telephone directory could be
found in the telephone booths.
To use a public telephone you need a phone
card which is sold in post offices, some
news-stands or at Telecom office.
The telephone numbers have ten digits:
the first four digits – 0269 - indicate
the Sibiu code and the rest six the number.
Do not dial the initial zero when calling
The Romanian code number is 004. Mobile
telephony is widely used in Romania.
Letters are dropped into red mail boxes