The friendly city of Timisoara lies on the Bega River, in Western Romania. Just six miles from the centre is the Traian Vuia International Airport, which connects the city to the UK, France, Germany and many other European destinations. Gara De Nord, the main train station, is within walking distance of the city centre, and also provides local, national and international connections.
As the area’s largest city, Timisoara offers vibrant culture and cosmopolitan living, with year-round music and theatre performances, as well as stunning art galleries, diverse museums, numerous Churches, and a buzzing nightlife.
You can explore all this easily on foot. But if you’d prefer, there are several bus, tram and trolleybus routes that connect all the main areas and sightseeing attractions.
Steeped in history and architectural character, dating back to 1212, this “city of flowers” has it all; panoramic views, excellent business facilities, elegant parks, charm, tradition, stylish restaurants, and fantastic neighbourhoods and public squares – showing influences from Austria, Turkey, Germany and Serbia.
In a nutshell, Timisoara offers a varied and exciting way of life, to which you’ll be welcomed with open arms.