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By car

Access to Arad by car is from the Pan-European corridor no.4 [E68]. Buses can be taken from Cluj-Napoca, Brasov, Bucharest, Sibiu and Constanta City.

By plane

For plane access there is a small international Airport with flights to Stuttgart, Verona, Valencia, Milan, Barcelona, Bucharest.

By train

At the main train station there are services from Budapest, Praha, Warsaw, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Venezia, Thesalonoky, Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Sibiu, Bucharest, Oradea, Timisoara, Constanta, Galati, Iasi, Baia Mare, Suceava, Craiova and Ploiesti.

Key places to visit
Arad Museum Complex, Parcul Reconcilieri, Parcul copiilor, Arad Orthodox Cathedral, Ioan Slavici Classical Theatre


Places to Visit

Arad Museum Complex

The Arad Museum Complex is primarily a history and archaeology museum in the city of Arad, Romania.The museum presents archaeological items from the Iron Age, the Dacian Period, the Age of the Migrations and Early Medieval Period. Also showcases history items relating to the Revolution of 1848 in Transylvania and the Union of Transylvania with Romania in 1918, ethnographical items, natural science exhibits relating to the Arad area, minerals, flora and fauna specimens, classical and contemporary Romanian art, European paintings from the 17th - 20th centuries, decorative art items and exhibits relating to the history of theater: programmes, posters, photographs
The museum building is the Culture Palace, a monument of architecture from 1913, by the architect Ludovic Szantay. The museum owns items listed in the Romanian National Cultural Heritage Treasure

Parcul Reconcilieri

Parcul Reconcilierii, an area dedicated to the reconciliation between the Romanians and the Hungarians, it has two statuary complexes. Excellent for relaxing.

Parcul copiilor

Parcul copiilor, situated along the shore of the Mures river, the Children's park offers an excellent way to recreate while having a nice promenade along the shore.

Arad Orthodox Cathedral

Arad Orthodox Cathedral is a must see it has beautiful paintings inside.

Ioan Slavici Classical Theatre

The Ioan Slavici Classical Theatre is a theatre in the city of Arad in north-west Romania.
It was built in 1874, and displays a neoclassical architecture style. It was designed by the architect Anton Czigler.
The name was given by Ioan Slavici a Romanian writer and native of Arad.

The House with the Padlock, built in 1815

The Old Theatre (Hirschl), built by Jacob Hirschl in 1817, the oldest stone theatre in Romania

Water Tower, built in 1896, medieval dungeon architectural style

The Old Custom House, built in 1907, used as a customs point for goods entering the Arad markets

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