Things to see and do - Arad
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Arad Travel guide
Arad : Michelin's recommendations
Near the Hungarian frontier, Arad’s old Austrian citadel stands on a peninsula formed by a bend in the River Mures. Its streets and squares, and its famous Revolution Boulevard, are lined by fine buildings in Secessionist and eclectic styles, including its palace of culture, town hall (Xenopol Street), and palace of the national bank (Closca Street). A even older vestige of Arad is the Orthodox church of Sts Peter and Paul on Avram Iancu Square at the head of the boulevard.
Tourist attractions Arad : Things to see and do
B-dul Revolutiei RO - Arad
A stroll down this long main street evokes the ambience of the towns of the late-19C Austro-Hungarian Empire. The street is lined by important historicist and Secessionist buildings bearing witness to the city's former prosperity, interspersed by ple..
Str. Dornei RO - Arad
Built in 1698 and remodelled in the early 19C, this Serbian Orthodox church is a fine Baroque building. A rare survivor of old Arad.
Str. Nicolae Stefu Nr. 6-8 RO - 310151 Arad
Prix Prices from : 30 €
Located 700 metres from the centre of Arad and 200 metres from a bus stop, Hotel Lotus features a restaurant, free WiFi and a terrace. Free private parking is possible on site. The air-conditioned rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV, a minibar an..
Constantin Brancusi St no 20-22 RO - 310389 Arad
Prix Prices from : 17 €
Hotel Queen is located in Arad in the Mures River Valley, 20 km from Hungary. It provides rooms with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and double-glazed windows. The restaurant serves diverse pizzas as well as traditional Romanian cuisine. Indoor and outdoor..
310130 Arad, 79-81Revolutiei Blvd RO - 310130 Arad
Prix Prices from : 53 €
Continental Forum Arad occupies the highest building in Arad in a central location. The elegant rooms boast amazing views over the old town from their private balconies. You can start your day with a rich buffet breakfast or enjoy your favourite bev..