Discover the best top things to do in Arad, Romania including City Hall, St. Anthony of Padua Church, Malul Muresului, Filarmonica Arad, Statue of Liberty, National Theatre, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Trajan Bridge.
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4.5 based on 74 reviews
The town hall is one of the most beautiful public building in Arad. "Ferdinand" room is a spectacular location where I had the chance to participate in few Conferences. Last summer I've been part of a beautiful wedding of dear friends there. The location is gorgeous and can be visited during certain hours, with permission. Don't miss this place. It's in the center of the town and you may even have the surprise to do shopping and listen nice music during the festivals organized in front of it.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
I would definitely recomment visiting the shore to anyone that comes to Arad.It is so relaxing,so beautiful and so fun.
It has been one of my favourite places ever since I can remember.It's just perfect for everything!Walking alone,walking with friends,a significant other,there are parks for children,everything!Love,love,love!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Worthwhile to see but try to go when there is a concert.The best concert is the New Years Concert in early January which features Strauss. The building contains 2 small museums. One is a natural history museum which you can walk through in 30 minutes. Don't bother to pay extra money for photos.The second is upstairs and traces Romania's history with an interesting section on the 1989 revolution.Now bear in mind my rating is in comparison to other Romanian museums so don't expect the British museum but is good place to kill 2 hours.You might also cach someone practicing in concert hall.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This is the monument for the heroes of the 1848/49 revolution against the Habsburgs in Hungary. 13 general were executed in Arad, and this monument from György Zala to remember them. The very strange think that there is also a monument on the square for the roumanian "heroes", who helped the Habsburgs to defeat the revolution. It show only, that there is still a very strong opposition against the Hungarians who was the main population for ages in this city.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The "Ioan Slavici" Theatre is located on the end of Bulevardul Revoluției, the biggest street in Arad. The building is one of the most beautiful in Arad and has been a theatre since its opening.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
4.5 based on 8 reviews
There's not really much to see, but this is definitely a beautiful bridge (a bit similar to the Liberty Bridge in Budapest). Because earlier the river Mureș used to split 2 different administrative divisions, there were custom houses on each side of the river. One of them (the one from the southern side, from Aradul Nou) still exists, hosting a bar today.
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