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
RO - Curtea de Arges
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 RO - 115300 Curtea de Arges
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. 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..
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 ..