Explore one of the biggest cities in Romania on a 2-hour guided walking tour. Built on the site of an ancient Roman fortress from the 13th-century, Timisoara is situated on the northern bank of the Bega River. Discover the first European city that used the horse-drawn trams and electrical street lighting and the first Romanian city that reacted at the Revolution in 1989 against the Communist regime.
Begin your walking tour in the downtown quarter and admire its many old buildings in Art Nouveau or Baroque styles, stroll through the large pedestrianized squares and feel the multicultural atmosphere of the city.
In Victory Square visit the impressive Orthodox Cathedral, the Opera and Theatre House. Next, explore the Old City Hall situated in Liberty Square. Then travel to Union Square which is dominated by the Catholic dome-church, Serbian-orthodox Cathedral and Arts Museum next to the President's Palace.