The second city we visited in Romania was Sibiu. It was a rainy and gloomy day, but as soon as I saw the colourful houses in the old town, I fell in love with it, and forgot about the sad weather. There was a lot of tourist, but the town was still charming, with lots of tiny streets, where you could escape the crowds. We also chose a fantastic hostel, located in one of the most beautiful historic houses in the old town, which all added to our feeling, that we are in some fairy tale place. In the evening, when we have already walked around the tiny old town a couple of times, we decided to see what the nightlife is like in Sibiu. We went to a St Andrews scottish pub, small and cozy place, full of people, and with a great selection of beer. Sitting there, just chatting and sipping a good dark beer, we felt that Romania is truly a pleasant place to visit. We wanted to stay longer in Sibiu, but instead we had to leave early in the morning, as the next day we had to take a train back home from another city – Brasov.