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Timişoara is a university city and industrial center in western Romania. It is often described as the most cosmopolitan city in Romania.
Timisoara is also known as the city of roses and parks, and has a very green face, especially in spring, when tulips abound. Some call it little Vienna, because of similar architecture and the number of museums.
The city is served by Romania's third-largest airport, Traian Vuia International Airport, located 10km away from the city center. It was the hub of Romania's second-largest airline, Carpatair As of May 2014, after bankruptcy, Carpatair no longer operates in Romania or Moldova. There are still flights from/to major European and one domestic destinations:
TAROM has daily flights to Bucharest.
Lufthansa has daily flights to Munich.
Wizz Air has flights to Barcelona, Bergamo, Brussels Charleroi, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Forli, Frankfurt Hahn, London Luton, Madrid, Memmingen (Munich West), Paris Beauvais, Rome Fiumincio, Treviso and Valencia.
Belgrade (Serbia) is 150 km away ( a 2 1/2 hour drive).
Budapest (Hungary) is 286 km away ( a 3.5 hour drive).
The bus terminal (Autogara) lies two hundred meters to the south of the North Railway Station (Gara de Nord).
There was mention here before of buses to Vršac, just over the border with Serbia, but at time of writing (April 2015), no buses were running.
Probably the best way to see the city is by taking a free tour of the city. Understanding that it's better to bring as many tourists as possible and not to charge them for everything, locals offer free city tours, mostly for English speakers but also for German/Hungarian speakers. A simple search on Google will find such free city tours.
What to see
Piaţa Victoriei (Victory Square or Opera Square). It's the symbol of the Romanian revolution. Here you can find The Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral, The Opera House, The City Hall, The Philharmonic, The Banat Museum and beautiful palaces built at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.
Piaţa Unirii (unnion Square). With its beautiful palaces and all the coffee houses it is the old city's center. Here you find The Catholic Dome, The Baroque Palace (now a beautiful art gallery), The Serbian Church and other important buildings.
Piaţa Libertăţii (Liberty Square). Located between Piata Unirii and Piata Victoriei is a small square with old buildings. Here you can find the old City Hall and the beautiful St. Nepomuk's Statue.
The Bastion. Part of Timisoara's old defensive walls. The Bastion is located near Piata Unirii, it has been recently renovated.
Parks. Timisoara is known in Romania as the City of Parks. Important parks you can visit are: Botanical Park, Rose Park, Central Park and other.
Piaţa Traian. This is also a part of the old city, but is more quite like a separated neighborhood, often called Fabric, due to his old factories around that used to run from old times. The buildings are beautiful, but be careful.
The Village Museum. Located near Padurea Verde (The Green Forest). Here you can discover the Romanian tradition.
The Zoo. Located in the same area as The Village Museum, it's a small zoo, but your children will love it.
The Museum of the Revolution, Popa Sapca nr. 3-5. A great museum to visit to better understand what happened in the short seven days during which Romania overthrew its communist dictatorship.
What to do
Enjoy nice coffee products in Piata Unirii or Piata Victoriei. Taste the week-end nightlife by dancing all night long at Club The Note or D'Arc, or their summer locations, River Deck or D'Arc terrace on the shores of Bega Channel.
Centre culturel français, Bd Loga. The French and Francophile communities of Timisoara frequent the local CCF which organizes exhibits, concerts, and various events.
Rent a Bike in Timisoara, Circumvalatiunii Street. 24. Explore the city of Timisoara with a bike. There are some special bike lanes in Timisoara but they are part of the sidewalk most of the time.
Chocolaterie Carels, Str. Gheorghe Lazar, Nr. 6, Timisoara, Romania. The only shop of fine Belgian chocolate, Belgian pralines and figurines fresh from fabrication in Gorj.
In Timişoara you can buy everything, from well known brands to Romanian products. The important shops are located in the city center. If you want an authentic adventure visit Piata Aurora or the Brancoveanu shopping area, but be careful and keep a close eye on your valuables. Police won't help you at all.
Piaţa Victoriei. The center of the city, with many shops.
Iulius Mall. One of the biggest shopping malls in Eastern Europe. You can find many Romanian and international brands and a Cinema City multiplex there.
Bega Shopping Center, (near Hotel Continental). The first important shopping mall in Timisoara.
Every weekend there are two flea markets taking place at:
Piaţa Mehala. Also the city's biggest market for second hand cars and bicycles
The markets are also open during the weekdays but with a much weaker participation. If your gear gets stolen while staying here, chances are it might turn up in one of these markets.