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Nicknamed the “little Vienna”, Timişoara will charm you with its elegance and dynamism. Located in the heart of the fertile Banat plain and crossed by the Bega river, Timişoara is the great western metropolis and the fourth largest city in the country. It is an important economic, scientific and cultural centre, which, due to its geographical location and historical links with the rest of the continent, has become Romania’s true gateway to Western Europe.
The history of Timişoara, punctuated by invasions, explains the attractive diversity of its architectural styles, a heterogeneity that also characterises its population. Although it has become less common, the city still has a strong multi-ethnic tradition, as evidenced by a German or Hungarian school, a synagogue or a Serbian church.
If you come from Hungary, you won’t really be disoriented by the colourful 19th century architecture. However, if you come from Bucharest, you will find a very different, more European atmosphere here. The city centre is largely reserved for pedestrians and is structured around three large squares: Piața Victoriei, opposite the cathedral; the more intimate Piața Libertății, the main tramway station; and, finally, the superb Piața Unirii and its square surrounded by 18th-century buildings, a meeting place for locals.
On sunny days, terraces colonise the pedestrian streets, which are pleasantly lively. Outside the centre, the Iosefin and Fabric districts, to the south and east, offer the opportunity to go for a nice walk. The city is also known for its beautiful flower-filled parks along the Bega River. Designated European Capital of Culture in 2021, Timişoara is undergoing a major transformation. Many historic buildings have been restored to their former glory, or are in the process of being restored, while the hotel and cultural offer abounds.
Known for its sumptuous parks, enchanting rose gardens and magnificent gardens, Timişoara is a destination that will delight you. The fourth largest city in Romania, it has a remarkable tourist potential that does not fail to attract travellers. When you visit it, you will discover a whole series of unmissable monuments such as the Huniado Castle, the Banat Museum, the Rose Park, etc. What about the many antique buildings in baroque style that surround the city, giving it the nickname of “Little Venice”? It is clear that Timişoara will amaze you!