Things to see and do - Curtea de Arges
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Curtea de Arges Travel guide
Curtea de Arges : Michelin's recommendations
This little town was as its name suggests the seat of a Royal court in the 14C. From this golden age it retains fine churches (episcopal church and church of St Nicholas) which alone merit a visit here. Curtea de Arges is also gateway to the Carpathians, which can be explored along spectacular roads like the Transfagarasan or the Rucar-Bran route.
Tourist attractions Curtea de Arges : Things to see and do
Crossing the Carpathians on the Transfagarasan is an unforgettable experience for thrill seekers. Decreed by Ceausescu, the construction of this vertiginous route was a remarkable feat of engineering. It carves a narrow path through the heart of a be..
Str. Negru Vodã
The region's oldest Orthodox church (14C) is striking primarily for its stone and brick façade. Inside, the well-preserved wall paintings (1364-1384) are believed to be the oldest surviving examples of Romanian painting. Although influenced by Byzant..
Hotels Curtea de Arges
Str Negru Voda , Nr 5 RO - 115300 Curtea de Argeş
Set in Curtea de Arges within 500 metres from the old city centre and the St. Nicholas Church, this hotel features a large restaurant with a summer garden and terrace. It serves Romanian and international dishes. All rooms at Hotel Camino come with ..
Bd Basarabilor, nr. 27-29 RO - 115300 Curtea de Argeş
The Posada Hotel complex is located in Curtea de Arges near the Master Manole Monastery and has been completely modernized in the 2008. The charming Posada Restaurant offers tasty Romanian and international cuisine and folklore evenings take place o..
str. Plopis 3 RO - 098766 Curtea de Argeş
Surrounded by the lush garden, Casa Domneasca is located in the center of Curtea de Argeș. It offers an on-site restaurant serving international dishes, an indoor swimming pool and a gym. Free Wi-Fi is provided. All rooms feature classic-style woode..