Timisoara travel guide

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You're Going to Love Timisoara

Romania's third largest city is probably its most beautiful. Timisoara is a city of elegant squares and boulevards, tranquil gardens and fairy-tale churches, all with a fun-loving party vibe as well.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Timisoara

What to do in Timisoara

Piața Victoriei
Memorialul Revoluției
Piata Unirii
Parcul Rozelor

When to Visit Timisoara

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Most visitors arrive in summer, between mid June and early September. If you love rock and dance music, early July is a good time to go, as Timisoara hosts its Revolution Festival.

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How to Get to Timisoara

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Where to Stay in Timisoara

Excellent hotels in Timisoara's historic center include the Do Stil Boutique Hotel, the North Star Continental Resort (which has a handy spa facility) and the Hotel Timisoara.

Popular Neighborhoods in Timisoara

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How to Get Around Timisoara

The Cost of Living in Timisoara

Shopping Streets

Timisoara is a great place to shop for vintage fashions, with huge weekend flea markets like Piaţa Mehala offering hundreds of stalls. Otherwise, Piaţa Victoriei is the main shopping area.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include Billa and Kaufland. To give an idea of prices, 12 eggs will cost around RON6.50.

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Where to Eat in Timisoara

Timisoara has some genuine gourmet restaurants that match the best in Bucharest. Standout places include Caruso - which serves up experimental and traditional Romanian dishes - as well as Nora, where the grilled meats are exceptional. Meal prices start at about RON20.