Sebes, located in the centre of Romania, lies to the south-west of Transylvania in the Alba district. Our tranquil city is overlooked by two of Europe’s most important roads, the E 68 and the DN 7C. A destination of beauty, history and culture, it is certainly a place to visit. Sebes has a rich and varied cultural heritage, with churches dating back to the 16th century and the ruins of the old city walls telling a story of hundreds of years of history. The close proximity of our city to the Apuseni Mountains makes it well-known to hikers and nature lovers. The countryside around Sebes is beautifully wild and unspoiled, offering travelers a unique experience. Overall, Sebes is a great destination for anyone looking for a vibrant and varied city to explore.