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    Predeterminado Suceava



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    Suceava es un distrito (judeţ) ubicado en la zona meridional de Rumania, en la región de Moldavia. Su superficie es de 8.553 km² y su población es de 688.435 habitantes (en 2002), con una densidad de 80 hab/km².
    La ciudad capital del distrito es la homónima Suceava (105.865 hab).
    Distritos vecinos
    Distritos de Botoşani y Iaşi por el este.
    Distritos de Maramureş y Bistriţa-Năsăud por el oeste.
    Ucrania por el norte (Oblast de Chernivtsi).
    Distritos de Mureş, Harghita y Neamţ por el sur.´

    View of the city from fortress remains. The Church of St. Demetrius is visible in the distance.
    Demografía
    En el año 2002, la población del distrito ascendía a 688.435 habitantes, mientras que la densidad poblacional era de 80,5 hab/km².Rumanos - 96,3%
    Romaníes - 1,3%
    Ucranianos, polacos, eslovacos y otros.
    Economy
    The predominant industries in the county are:
    Wood industry - the county has the largest surfaces covered with forests in Romania.
    Food industry.
    Mechanical components industry.
    Construction materials industry.
    Textile and leather industry
    For Market Example for all the stuff above: Metro(one of the biggest Markets in Romania).
    There are also metals explorations in the mountains.
    Tourism
    The main tourist attractions in the county are:The city of Suceava with its medieval fortifications.
    The Painted churches of northern Moldavia and their Monasteries:
    The Voroneţ Monastery - The Putna Monastery - The Moldoviţa Monastery -
    The Sucevita Monastery - The Bogdana Monastery from Rădăuţi -
    The Humor Monastery - The Arbore Monastery - The Probota Monastery -
    The Dragomirna Monastery - The Vatra Dornei Resort -
    The cities of Rădăuţi, Fălticeni and Câmpulung Moldovenesc

    Romania - Monastero di Voronet (1488 circa)
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    Administrative divisions
    The county has 5 municipalities, 11 towns and 98 communes.
    Municipalities
    Suceava - capital city; population: 118,670
    Fălticeni - Rădăuţi - Câmpulung Moldovenesc - Vatra Dornei
    Towns
    Broşteni - Cajvana - Dolhasca - Frasin - Gura Humorului - Liteni - Milişăuţi - Salcea - Siret - Solca - Vicovu de Sus
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    Suceava, capital
    Comarca: Suceava - Estatus: Capital de distrito
    Superficie: 52 km² - Población: ~ 110.000 hab. - Densidad: ~ 2.032 hab./km²
    Web: www.primariasv.ro/
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    Suceava es la capital del Distrito de Suceava, Bucovina, noreste de Rumania.
    Geografía
    La ciudad cubre dos tipos de áreas geográficas - las colinas (de que el punto más alto es la Colina de Zamca) y las praderas del valle del Río Suceava. La configuración excepcional de la Ciudad de Suceava incluye dos arboledas - Zamca y Şipote - ambas localizadas dentro del perímetro urbano. Burdujeni, uno de los barrios, está conectado al resto de la ciudad por una avenida, haciendolo parecer un pueblo satélite de Suceava.
    Historia
    La ciudad de Suceava fue por una larga temporada capital del estado moldavo y residencia principal de los príncipes moldavos (entre 1388 y 1565). Durante el reinado de Alexandru Lăpuşneanu, la sede fue trasladada a Iaşi.
    Junto con el resto de Bucovina (de que fue el centro administrativo principal), Suceava estuvo bajo el reinado de la Monarquía de Habsburgo (Austro-Hungría posterior) de 1775 a 1918; la frontera de dominios de Habsburg pasados apenas sudeste de la ciudad. A fines de la Primera Guerra Mundial, llegó a ser parte de la Gran Rumania.
    Turismo
    En los ultimos años Suceava empezó a evolucionar más rápidamente, pero aún así sigue siendo una ciudad pequeña. Los turistas pueden visitar el Museo de la Historia, Hanul Domnesc, Cetatea de Scaun (fortaleza), Muzeul Satului, el Planetario, el Museo de Ciencias naturales y, en la vecindad de la ciudad, unos pocos monasterios, los lagos, el bosque y la reserva floral de Bosanci. La Iglesia San Jorge de Suceava es una de las siete iglesias Pintadas de Moldavia septentrional incluyda en la Lista del Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO.
    The city of Suceava was for long the capital of the Moldavian state and main residence of the Moldavian princes (between 1388 and 1565). During the rule of Alexandru Lăpuşneanu, the seat was moved to Iaşi.
    Together with the rest of Bukovina (of which it was the main administrative center), Suceava was under the rule of the Habsburg Monarchy (later Austria-Hungary) from 1775 to 1918; the border of Habsburg domains passed just south-east of the city. At the end of World War I, it became part of Greater Romania.

    Falticeni
    Suceava Airport - Local Authority Website from Suceava
    Suceava | images and words - The "Ştefan cel Mare" University of Suceava
    Photos of Suceava, from the old town - Photos of present-day Suceava
    Photos of Areni Stadion Suceava - Suceava Press - Suceava Online Community
    Pretul Suceava - Sport Suceava
    (Wikipedia)
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    Understand
    Although it has a very long history, it's not a particularly interesting city but it's worth coming here as a starting point to visit the Painted Monasteries in Bukovina.
    Talk
    Not many people speak English. Anyone over thirty would probably speak Russian or Italian rather than English. Younger people would speak French, English or Italian. However, there are no guarantees.

    Vatra Dornei
    www.magest.ro/oferte/Turism-de-Sanatate/
    Statiune balneoclimaterica permanenta, situata in nordul tarii in judetul Suceava, la altitudinea de aproximativ 810 m intr-o depresiune intramontana, la 105 km de municipiul Suceava si 30 km de orasul Campulung Moldovenesc. Vatra Dornei este principala statiune din nordul Romaniei, dispunand de o importanta structura de cazare si tratament, partii de schi, fiind de asemenea un important punct de plecare pe traseele montane in muntii din imprejurimi. Prin valorae lor terapeutica, apele carbogazoase de Dorna, asociate cu alti factori naturali de cura, au reprezentat si reprezinta remedii incontestabile in tratamentul diferitelor boli.
    Get in
    By plane
    The Stefan cel Mare International Airport is located some 11 km east of the city. There are flights from Bucharest with Tarom and Timisoara with CarpatAir.
    By train
    The main train station is Suceava's newly-remodeled Gara Burdujeni-- plainly Suceava on the timetables, sometimes called Suceava Sud. From Bucharest there are 4 Rapid, 2 InterCity and 1 Accelerat type trains. The InterCitys are recommended, but the Rapid and Accelerat trains are of a high quality as well. The latter does arrive in the middle of the night. There are also four Accelerat trains from Cluj, three from Timisoara, five from Iasi and one from Brasov. The train from Brasov usually has very poor rolling stock.

    Rdauti
    Get around
    The train station is quite far from the center. The bus number 5 will bring you to the center; you can buy the ticket on board and it will cost you 1 leu. The bus station is close to the center and you can go walking.
    See
    The main attraction of the city is Suceava fortress, which is reachable from the city center (Piata Unirii). It was built in the 14-15th century, and improved by Stephen the Great. It was never conquered in fighting by the attackers. There are also churches, an Astronomic Observatory and the Museum of Bukovina relatively close to the center. You can reach these places by walking. There are of course, many interesting churches all around.
    Do
    Go visit the Painted Monasteries in the surroundings. For information about how to reach them or to joined a planned trip, there are two tourist information centers in the main square, Piata Unirii. They can speak English.
    Eat
    You can eat in Chagall. It's a popular pub where you can eat traditional food or very good pizzes for a good price. There are 2 chagals in Suceava. One is in the center next to the main square (ask, everybody knows) and it's underground. The other it's next to the university stefan cel mare, and it's has a big popular terrace outside. Always full of poeple taking beers and eating.
    Sleep
    There are hotels in the city, 2 or 3 stars. The best choice is probably Continental Hotel or Villa Alice.
    Get out
    From here you can go to Dragomirna by taxi (if you can choose, leave from Gara de Nord and not from the center, it's closer) or to Gura Humorului by both bus and train.
    Suceava travel guide
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    La región de Suceava, situada en el norte de Rumanía, no tiene igual en cuanto a la variedad y en cuanto a la complejidad. Aquí se ponen en contacto la comarca de Cimpulung, ida de las hayas umbrosas, y la comarca de Botosani con los grandes trigales tiernos, sus crestas arboladas perforadas por claros y jalonadas por monasterios innumerables, sus altas montañas pobladas de rebaños y de fieras y rica en mineral.
    A cada paso, nos topamos con los vestigios de un pasado heroico y con las realizaciones de un obsequio lleno de esperanzas.
    La región de Suceava empieza en los Cárpatos orientales que se apoyan en las estribaciones paralelas de las crestas, se extiende a lo largo de ríos impregnados de personalidad, tales Suceava y Moldova, atraviesa Siret este bulevar trazado en corazón lleno de Moldavia y abraza(besa) al este las colinas y los afluentes de Jijia hasta la cama de Prut.
    Las Montañas del norte de Moldavia no son tan abruptas(bruscas) como Bucegi. Son montañas prudentes y apacibles, revestidas de taladros de coníferas y de hojosos donde se abren claros floridos.
    Reencontramos los pueblos con sus casa nítidas blanqueadas rodeadas de jardinillos y de prados(praderas) allí o venía para entregarse tiene el ensueño el poeta Mihail Eminescu y el compositor Jorge Enesco ellos no nacieron en vano en este país. Mihail Eminescu Jorge Enesco
    La región de Suceava no comprende ciudades muy grandes .En desquite, ella todos los poblados(aglomeraciones) a los cuales Moldavia debe de haberse hecho un estado: Baia, Botosani, Radauti y ante todo Suceava ella hasta.
    (bucovine.com)
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    Foto fuera de lugar que subí en el distrito de Arges, cuando en realidad pertenece al distrito de Suceava. Es que en el anterior distrito hay una ciudad que se llama "Cimpulung" y esta foto es de otra ciudad que se llama "Cimpulung Moldovenesk" y está en el distrito de Suceava.

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    Predeterminado Timiş

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    Distrito de Timiş
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    Región: Transilvania - Capital: Timişoara
    Matrícula: TM - Población: ~ 670.000 hab - Densidad: ~ 76 hab/km²
    Superficie: 8.697 km² - Web: Consejo del distrito - Prefijo telefónico: (+40) x56

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    Timiş (Temes en húngaro, Tamiš/Тамиш en serbocroata, Timiš en búlgaro del Banat) es un distrito (judeţ) situado en la zona occidental de Rumanía, en la región histórica de Banat. Su capital es la ciudad de Timişoara.
    Geografía Timiş limita con los distritos rumanos de Caraş-Severin, Arad y Hunedoara, y con el estado de Serbia al oeste.
    Administrative divisions
    Timişoara metropolitan area
    The county has 2 municipalities, 8 towns and 85 communes.
    Municipalities
    Timişoara - capital city; population: 305,977 as of 2004
    Lugoj - 46,189

    Lugoj
    Towns
    Sânnicolau Mare - 13,298 - Jimbolia - 11,605 - Recaş - 8,188 - Buziaş - 7,738
    Făget - 7,356 - Deta - 6,582 - Gătaia - 6,101 - Ciacova - 4,939
    Tourism
    The main tourist attractions in the county are:
    -The city of Timişoara.
    -Buziaş Resort.
    -Castles at Banloc and Carani.
    -The area around Făget.
    -There are also a lot of places for hunting and fishing.
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    Timişoara, capital
    Timisoara Tourism - Map Hotels Restaurants Shopping Info



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    Timişoara (en húngaro Temesvár, en alemán Temeswar, Temeschwar o Temeschburg, en serbio: Temišvar, en turco: Tamışvar) es una ciudad en la región occidental de Rumania. Con una población de 336.089 personas en 2006, es la capital del distrito de Timiş.
    Todas las variantes del nombre derivan del río Timiş, conocido en la antigüedad romana como Tibisis o Tibiscus. Timişoara es una ciudad multicultural con influyentes minorías, principalmente alemanes, magiares y serbios, así como italianos, palestinos y griegos. Fue el lugar de nacimiento de Johnny Weissmuller (el nadador olímpico, más conocido por sus papeles como Tarzán en el cine). Gustave Eiffel, el ingeniero que construyó la Torre Eiffel en París, y el puente peatonal de Timişoara sobre el Bega. Se trata de una ciudad industrial con amplios servicios.

    The Victory Square(view at The Orthodox Church)
    It is a multicultural city with influential minorities, primarily Hungarians, Germans, and Serbs, as well as Italians, Arabs, Indians, Bulgarians, Roma people, Jews and Greeks.
    The city is also called "Little Vienna", because it belonged for a very long time to the Habsburg Empire and the entire city center consists of buildings built in the Kaiser era, which is reminiscent of the old Vienna. Timişoara is an important university center with the emphasis on subjects like medicine, mechanics and electro-technology. An industrial city with extensive services, it was the first European city to be lit by electric street lamps in 1884. It was also the second European and the first city in what is now Romania with horse drawn trams in 1867. There are numerous claims that Gustave Eiffel, the creator of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, built one of Timişoara's footbridges over the Bega.
    The old city consists of historic city quarters with several historic squares and proms. These are: Cetate (Belváros in Hungarian, Innere Stadt in German), Iosefin (Józsefváros, Josephstadt), Elisabetin (Erzsébetváros, Elisabethstadt), Fabric (Gyárváros, Fabrikstadt). Numerous bars, clubs and restaurants have opened in the old center in the fine old baroque square.

    The Unirii Square (summer)
    Historia
    La primera referencia de Timişoara en un documento escrito (como Dibiscos/Bisiskos/Tibiskos/Tibiskon/Timbisko/etc.) aparece en 1019, en un texto del emperador bizantinoBasilio II, si bien no todos los historiadores concuerdan en esta identificación. Se cree que fue anexionada al Reino de Hungría en 1010.
    La primera fábrica tabacalera de la actual Rumanía fue establecida en Timişoara. La ciudad fue también la primera en el Imperio Austrohúngaro en contar con alumbrado público usando candelas y lámparas de grasa y aceite, y la primera en tener una estación de ambulancias en el entonces Reino de Hungría.
    En diciembre de 1989 comenzó en Timişoara un levantamiento popular contra el régimen comunista de Nicolae Ceauşescu. Los ciudadanos apoyaban al pastor László Tőkés contra los intentos de deportarlo por parte de la Securitate (policía secreta). Este fue el comienzo de la revolución rumana de 1989, que acabó con el gobierno comunista una semana después.

    "Politehnica" University's main building, the "Lloyd Palace", situated in Victoria square
    Name
    All of the variants of its name derive from the Timiş River, known in Roman Antiquity as river Tibisis or Tibiscus. The evolution of the river name from antiquity (with the phonetic change "b" → "m") can be explained by the transition of Latin into Old Romanian. Although the Bega passes through Timisoara, the city received its name from the Timiş river because at the time of the setting of the name, the Bega and Timiş river's paths were very much mixed up. It is frequently spelled in English simply as Timisoara (without the diacritical mark beneath the s which actually produces a "sh" sound as in "shape").
    Economy
    In recent years, Timişoara has enjoyed a significant economic boom as the number of foreign investments, especially in high-tech sectors, has risen constantly. It is frequently considered the second most prosperous city in Romania (following Bucharest) and there have been frequent debates on whether the so-called "Timişoara Model" could be applied to other cities. In an article in late 2005, French magazine L'Expansion called Timişoara Romania's economic showcase, and referred to the increased number of foreign investments as a "second revolution".
    Apart from the several local investments, many substantial investments from the European Union take place in Timişoara, particularly from Germany and Italy, as well as from the USA. Continental AG has produced tires here for several years. The company Linde produces technical gases, and a part of the wiring moulds for BMW and Audi vehicles are produced by the company Draexelmaier. The US company Solectron maintains a large workplace in the west of the city for the production of mobile telephony and government inspection department devices. The American company Procter & Gamble manufactures washing and cleaning agents in Timişoara. The Swiss company Nestlé produces waffles here.
    Main sights
    Timişoara Orthodox Cathedral
    Timişoara State Theater
    The Roman Catholic Cathedral (The Dome)
    Millennium Church
    Huniade Castle

    Enlaces externos
    Mapa de Timisoara
    Sitio web de la ciudad (en rumano)
    Alcaldía de la ciudad (en rumano)
    Timisoara Tourism En
    Mapa satelital (Google Maps)
    (Wikipedia)
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    Timişoara is a university city and industrial center in western Romania. It is often described as the most cosmopolitan city in Romania.
    Understand
    Get in
    By plane
    The city is served by Romania's second-largest airport, Traian Vuia International Airport, located 10km away from the city center. It is the hub of the Romania's second-largest airline, Carpatair. There are regular flights from/to numerous major European and domestic destinations: Carpatair flies internationally to/from Ancona, Athens, Bergamo, Bari, Bologna, Budapest, Chisinau, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Lviv, Munich, Odessa, Rome, Stuttgart, Thessaloniki, Torino, Venice and Verona; it also has domestic flights to Bacau, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Constanta, Iasi, Oradea, Satu-Mare, Sibiu and Suceava.
    TAROM has several daily flights to Bucharest.
    Austrian Airlines has flights to Vienna.
    MALEV has flights to Budapest.
    Lufthansa has flights to Munich.
    Bus line 26 links the airport with downtown Timisoara; car hire is also available.
    By train
    There are direct trains daily from Budapest (a 5 hours trip), Belgrade (4 hours), Vienna (8 hours) and Munich (15 hours). Check timetables here. Naturally, there are also numerous trains to Bucharest and most major towns in Romania; check timetables here.
    By car
    Belgrade (in Serbia) is 150km away ( a 2 1/2 hours drive).
    Budapest (Hungary) is about 320km away ( a 4 hours drive).

    King Carol I Street
    By bus
    Get around
    Timisoara has a good transportation service including trolleys, trams and buses. The majority of buses and trolleys are new. The trams are old German models, but the travel conditions are quite decent. A major problem in Romanian public transportation is respecting a schedule. Unfortunately Timisoara makes no exception. In Timisoara there is no shortage of taxis. You can reach about any point in Timisoara by paying a fee of 10-20 Lei (about 3-6€). Don't negotiate with the driver and insist for the meter to be turned on. If you don't want to overpay avoid private taxis and call for a local taxi company (Tudo, Radio, Timisoara, Autogenn, Fan or Prompt). If you want to rent a car there are plenty of car rental companies. They offer good priced services and all types of vehicles.
    See
    Piata Victoriei (Victory Square or Opera Square). It's the symbol of the Romanian revolution. Here you can find The Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral, The Opera House, The City Hall, The Philharmonic, The Banat Museum and beautiful palaces built at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.
    Piata Unirii (Union Square). With it's beautiful palaces and all the coffee houses it is the old city's center. Here you find The Catholic Dome, The Baroque Palace (now a beautiful art gallery), The Serbian Church and other important buildings.
    Piata Libertatii (Liberty Square). Located between Piata Unirii and Piata Victoriei is a small square with old buildings. Here you can find the old City Hall and the beautiful St. Nepomuk's Statue.
    The Bastion. Part of Timisoara's old defensive walls. The Bastion is located near Piata Unirii.
    Parks.Timisoara is known in Romania as the City of Parks. Important parks you can visit are: Botanical Park (near Piata Unirii, it's the most beautiful park in Timisoara), Rose Park (near Piata Victoriei), Central Park (near Piata Victoriei, just behind the Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral), Children's Park (near the Student Campus) and other.
    Piata Traian (Traian Square). This is a part of the old city. The old buildings are beautiful, but be careful. Try not to visit the area at night and always keep an eye on your valuables.
    The Village Museum. Located near Padurea Verde (The Green Forest). Here you can discover the Romanian tradition.
    The Zoo. Located in the same area as The Village Museum, it's a small zoo, but your children will love it.

    Podul de Fier Lugoj
    Do
    Enjoy nice coffee products in Piata Unirii (Union Square) or Piata Victoriei (Victory Square). Taste the week-end nightlife by dancing all night long at Club The Note and Heaven Studio or their summer locations, River Deck and Heaven Outdoor Club. Eat a great pizza or pasta at Da Toni, enjoy a nice beer at Bierhaus (you can find around 50 types of beer there), eat tasty Romanian food at Club XXI, don't miss the cocktails at River Deck or Club The Note. If you like shopping, Iulius Mall is the place to visit. Enjoy a nice walk in the Botanical Park. Timisoara is a very cosmopolitan city and if you ask around you can enjoy all kinds of activities.
    Learn
    Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara (Polytechnic University) and Universitatea de Vest Timisoara (West University) are the most important universities in the area.
    Buy
    Iulius Mall. One of the biggest shopping malls in Eastern Europe. You can find here many Romanian and international brands. Also here you can find a very modern cinema, Cinema City, where you can enjoy the latest movies.
    Piata Victoriei. The center of the city, with many shops.
    Bega Shopping Center. Located near Hotel Continental, is the first important shopping mall in Timisoara. You can find important brands here.
    In Timisoara you can buy everything, from well known brands to Romanian products. The important shops are located in the city center. If you want an authentic adventure visit Piata Aurora or the Brancoveanu shopping area, but be careful and keep a close eye on your valuables.
    Eat
    If you want to eat in Timisoara, you can find places for every budget. Because Timisoara was and still is a very cosmopolitan city, the local cuisine is influenced by Italian, Serbian, Hungarian, Turkish, Arabian and German cuisine.
    Budge
    McDonald's. Located in Piata Victoriei. Near the "Dan Paltinisanu" Stadium you can find a McDonald's drive in.
    Stradivarius. Located in Piata Unirii, it's well known for it's international cuisine and sandwiches.
    Pan Rusovan. Located near Piata Victoriei, this small place, it's well known for it's sandwiches.
    Napoleon. Located in the Student Campus, it's a good place to eat a pizza or a hamburger.
    Timisoreana. Located near the beer factory, is a very popular restaurant. It is known for it's barbecue meals and cold local beer.
    Mid-range

    Club XXI. Located in Piata Victoriei, it's well known for the Romanian cuisine.
    Da Toni Pizza. Located on Daliei Street, it's the best restaurant for enjoying Italian cuisine. The price for a pizza ranges from 5 to 10 €.
    Pasta e Basta. Located near Piata Unirii, it's well known for very good Italian food, but is more expensive than Da Toni.
    Tinecz. Located in Calea Aradului, it's a very popular restaurant in Timisoara.
    Sabres. Located near "Dan Paltinisanu" Stadium, it's the best sea food restaurant in Timisoara.
    Splurge

    Casa cu Flori. Located near Piata Libertatii, it's well known for it's international cuisine.
    Marele Restaurant Chinezesc - Chinese Restaurant. editLocated near Piata Badea Cartan, on Simion Barnutiu Street, it's the best asian restaurant in Timisoara. A meal will usually cost you around 10-15 €.
    River Deck. Although it turns into a club at night, during the day you can enjoy excellent fusion cuisine. But be carefull with drinks and desert you can easily pay 15-20 €.

    The Traian Square
    Clubs
    River Deck. This is Club The Note's summer location, on the bank of the Bega Channel. It's notorious for the week-end parties, but also for the excellent cocktails and the fusion cuisine. If you want to reserve a table for the week-end do it a week in advance, because this is one of the trendiest places in Timisoara. Entrance fee around 3€.
    Club The Note. Probably the best club in Timisoara. Well known for it's cocktails, week-end parties and concerts with famous guests. For a reservation you need to call days in advance. Entrance fee around 3€.
    Heaven Outdoor Club. Heaven Club's summer location, near "Dan Paltinisanu" Stadium. It is one of the best clubs in Timisoara, famous for it's guest djs and week-end parties. Entrance fee around 3€.
    Heaven Club. Just recently opened, in 2007. It's the largest club in Timisoara and it's famous for the week-end parties and the rivalry with Club The Note. If you want to reserve a table you need to call days in advance. Entrance fee around 6€.
    D'Arc Club. A well known club in Piata Unirii. Located at the basement of an old building, is notorious for the Thursday Night Party and for being overcrowded. No entrance fee.
    Club 30. Located in Piata Victoriei and known for the retro music played here. It's a nice club, but it tends to get overcrowded.
    Sleep
    Hotel La Residenza. Shakira stayed here for her concert.
    Hotel Continental. The best known hotel in Timisoara.
    Hotel Elysee. The only 5 star hotel in Banat. It's located near Timisoara, in Sacalaz.
    Reghina Hotels.
    Perla Hotels.
    Hotel Ambassador.
    Hotel Savoy.
    Hotel Boca Junior.
    Other 3 star hotels like Hotel Strelitia, Hotel Pacific, Hotel Royal Plaza.
    The accommodations in Timisoara are good if you stay at a 3 star or plus hotel.
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    Predeterminado Caraş-Severin

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    Caraş-Severin
    -Distrito
    Región: Banat - Capital:Reşiţa
    Matrícula: CS - Población: ~ 340.000 hab. - Densidad: ~ 39 hab/km²
    Superficie: 8.514 km² - Web: Consejo del distrito - Prefijo telefónico: (+40) x55


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    Caraş-Severin (Krassó-Szörény en húngaro, Karaš-Severin/Караш Северин en serbocroata) es un distrito (judeţ) situado en la zona sudoccidental de Rumanía, en la región de Banat. Tiene una superficie de 8.514 km² (3,6% de la superficie total del país) y una población de 333.219 habitantes (2002), con una densidad de 39 habitantes/km².
    Geografía
    Caraş-Severin limita con los distritos rumanos de Timiş, Hunedoara, Mehedinţi y Gorj, y tiene frontera con el estado de Serbia a lo largo del curso del río Danubio.
    Sus ciudades más importantes son Reşiţa (capital), Caransebeş, Bocşa, Oraviţa, Moldova Nouă, Oţelu Roşu, Anina, Băile Herculane.
    El relieve montañoso constituye el 65% de la superficie de Caraş-Severin y crece en altitud de oeste a este, culminando en los Montes Godeanu, con alturas de entre 1.600 y 2.200 metros. El punto más elevado es el Pico Gugu, con 2.291 metros.
    El clima es de tipo continental moderado, con influencias submediterráneas. La temperatura media anual varia en función de la altitud, siendo de unos 11-12°C en la zona de colinas y llanuras, y 4-9°C en las áreas elevadas. Las precipitaciones van desde 700 mm/m² en las zonas bajas a 1400 mm/m² en los Montes de Godeanu.
    Datos históricos
    102 d C. se levanta el asentamiento romano Tibiscum
    1289 la localidad Caransebeş aparece en los documentos con el nombre de Opidum.
    1718 como consecuencia de la Paz de Passarowitz, la región de Banat queda bajo dominio del Imperio Austrohúngaro.
    1769 se abren centros metalúrgicos en Reşiţa, y en 1771 comienzan a funcionar los primeros altos hornos del territorio de Rumania.
    1783 la ciudad de Caransebeş se convierte en la sede del Obispado Ortodoxo.
    1817 se inaugura en Oraviţa el primer teatro permanente del sudoeste de Europa

    Băile Herculane
    Monumentos y lugares de interés
    Băile Herculane - Uno de los balnearios más antiguos del mundo. Su existencia está documentada desde el año 153 a.C
    Ruinas de la fortaleza medieval Mehadia
    Teatro viejo de Oraviţa
    Reserva natural de la Fuente Bigăr
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    Băile Herculane (German: Herkulesbad, Hungarian: Herkulesfürdő, Latin: Aqua Herculis) is a town in RomanianBanat, in Caraş-Severin County, situated in the valley of the Cerna River, between the Mehedinţi Mountains to the east and the Cerna Mountains to the west, elevation 168 meters.
    History
    The spa town of Băile Herculane has an ancient history. The numerous archaeological discoveries show that the area has been inhabited since the Paleolithic era. The Peştera Hoţilor (Cave of the Thieves), contains multiple levels, including one from the Mousterian period, one from the Mesolithic period (late Epigravettian), and several from the later Neolithic periods.
    Legend has it that the weary Hercules stopped in the valley to bathe and rest. During the 165 years of Roman domination of Dacia, the Herculane Spa was known all over the Empire. Unearthed stone carvings show that visiting Roman aristocrats turned the town into a Roman leisure center. Six statues of Hercules from the time have been discovered. A bronze replica of one of them, molded in 1874, stands as a landmark in the town center.

    Oferta Speciala Baile Herculane (Baile Herculane, Caras-Severin)
    HOTEL DOMOGLED 2** HOTEL DOMOGLED 2** Capacitate: 138 camere - 276 locuri Dotari Hotel: Parcare, lift, baza de tratament, restaurant, restaurant terasa, bar, bar de noapte, farmacie, frizerie & coafura, biblioteca, bowling, discoteca, sala de gimnastica. Dotari Camera: Baie si dus, televizor, cablu TV, telefon CAMERE...
    The modern spa
    In modern times, the spa town has been visited for its natural healing properties: hot springs with sulfur, chlorine, sodium, calcium, magnesium and other minerals, as well as negatively ionized air. Before World War II, it remained a popular destination with Western Europeans, who lent the town a refined elegance. During Communist rule, mass tourism facilities were built, such as the tall concrete hotels which dominate the skyline. It was especially popular with retirees, who would spend their state-allotted vacation vouchers there, hoping to improve their health. Today, they share the town with a younger crowd, attracted by its beautiful mountain setting.
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    Divisiones administrativas
    El distrito tiene 2 municipalidades, 6 ciudades, 69 comunas y 1 aldea.
    Municipalidades
    Reşiţa - Caransebeş
    Ciudades
    Anina - Băile Herculane - Bocşa - Moldova Nouă - Oraviţa - Oţelu Roşu
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    Reşiţa, capital
    Resita Map | Romania Google Satellite Maps

    Distrito: Caraş-Severin - Status: Capital del distrito
    Población: ~ 90.000 hab. - Coordinadas: 45°18′0″ N 21°53′25″ E / 45.3, 21.89028
    Website: www.primaria-resita.ro/
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    Reşiţa (German: Reschitz, Hungarian: Resicabánya, Krashovani: Решица or Rešica) is a city in western Romania and the capital of Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region. Its 2004 population was 83,985.
    History
    Historically, the town has its origins in the 15th century under the name of Rechyoka and Rechycha. Archaeological research found traces of habitation going back to the Neolithic, Dacian and Roman eras. It was mentioned in 1673 under the name of Reszinitza, whose citizens paid taxes to Timişoara, and by the years 1690 – 1700, it was mentioned as being part of the District of Bocşa together with other towns in the Bârzava Valley. The town was referenced to in the conscription acts of 1717 under the name of Retziza. On 3 July 1771, it became an important metal-manufacturing center in the region. The foundation of the industrial Reşiţa were laid with the establishment of factories near the villages of Reşiţa Română (Reschiza Kamerală or Olah Resitza) and Reşiţa Montană (Eisenwerk Reschitza, Nemet Reschitza or Resiczbanya). Reşiţa Montană was at first inhabited by Romanians, and later, in 1776, 70 German families settled there. Between the years 1910 – 1925, Reşiţa had the status of a rural area, and in 1925, it was declared a town thanks to its development to a powerful industrial location in modern Romania. In 1968, it became a municipality.

    After 1989 Reşiţa lost most of its importance and its economy faced a drawback, along with the Romanian economy. The population also suffered a decrease, dropping from 110,000 in 1989 to 86,000 in 2006. After the fall of communism, the Reşiţa Steelworks (Combinatul Siderurgic Reşiţa, CSR) were bought by an American investor who brought the factory just one step away from bankruptcy. Today the steelworks are run by a Russiancompany, who has projects of modernization for the CSR. Still, it is believed that CSR would never reach again the status it had in the communist era.
    Features
    An important iron and steel center, Reşiţa is the site of blast furnaces, iron foundries, and plants producing electrical appliances, chemicals and machinery.
    The locomotive museum
    A locomotive museum featuring Romania's first locomotives is located in Reşiţa, in the Triaj neighborhood.
    There are also important cultural points in Reşiţa that have been renewed in 2006, including the Scoala de Beton, Centrul Civic (Downtown) and Sala Polivalenta.
    The Centrul Civic has been mostly renovated in 2006, but it is not yet finished, even though most of it is free of restrions. Another important point to view in Reşiţa is its famous fountain located in the Centrul Civic witch has been built in the communist era and it is one of Europe's most beautiful fountains, which can even change the water's shape in the air. Unfortunately it is not always on because it consumes a large amount of electricity. The city is considered by inhabitants as being divided into two big areas, Reşiţa de sus or oraşul vechi (old city), respectively Govândari area built after 1965. The old town is made up of 10 neighbourhoods : "Muncitoresc", "Valea Domanului", "Lunca Pomostului", "Moroasa I and II", "Driglovăţul Nou" , "Driglovăţul Vechi", "Stavila", Minda", "Başovăţ" şi "Lend"; while the newest part of the city, Govândari is divided into 4 "Microraioane". Complementary to this there are the surrounding small towns, considered neighbourhoods: Câlnic, Ţerova, Secu and Cuptoare and Moniom .
    Also, the city is a hub for leisure locations all around. Locations near Reşiţa include the ski resort at Semenic, Lake Gozna, Lake Secu, the Trei Ape Lake, Gărâna, Brebu, and Văliug.
    Transport
    Public transport
    Resita's public transport relays on 2 Tram lines and 5 bus lines, and is run by the Prescom company.
    Trams
    The 2 Tram Lines are Renk-Muncitoresc line (0), and Renk-Stavila line (DP) witch is basically an expansion of the Renk-Muncitoresc line, but there are only 3 trams on this line. The full tram fleet is consisting of about 28 trams. The current trams are GT8 models imported from Germany, and fully replaced the former pre-89 trams in 2002. Today there are only 2 of these former trams remaining, but they are out-of-use and scheduled for destruction.
    Buses
    Resita's bus fleet consists of about 25 buses running on 5 lines (2,3,4,9,10). There are 4 buses types: MAN, DAC, Robus, Ikarus and Roman buses. The most frequent are the Ikarus buses. Buses are used very rarely in Resita, and they are most used by people living at the peripheria or in suburbs. In the past buses were more common in Resita, because there were the private buses to supplement the Prescom ones, but private buses were forbidden since November, 2005 because many clients complained about their unpunctuality and poor condition of some of those buses, as some even got on fire because of their old engines.
    Road transport
    Resita features a main 4 lane road that connects the neightebourhood Stavila to the neightbourhood of Calnic. This main road passes through almost all important neighbourhoods in resita. The rest of the neightbour hoods in resita are accessible via 2 lane secondary roads or single-lane roads. Roads of Resita are usually well maintained, especially the main road, but there are occasional pot-holes on secondary roads. The road signs are usually well placed and well maintained, and traffic is usually friendly and traffic jams are a myth. Accidents are very rare and almost never lethal. Externally Resita is connected by national roads to Caransebes (Continued to Bucharest) , and respectively Timişoara. There are also 3 county roads connecting Resita to Oravita, Vama Năidaş and respectively Anina.
    Shopping
    Resita currently has 4 supermarkets of which two Carrefour supermarkets, one Plus supermarket, and one Spar supermarket. The Shopping Center of Resita is the Nera Shopping Center located in the Centrul Civic. There are a variety of companies operating in Resita, offering almost everything a normal consumer wold need.
    There are also resorts for people who prefer nightlife, the most important being the Club Gladiator and Hot Club.
    Economy
    Resita has long been considered as the second largest industrial center of Romania. It has a population of about 86,000 inhabitants (2006). It is an important center in manufacturing steel and vehicle manufacturing. C.S.R. (Combinatul Siderurgic Reşiţa) and U.C.M.R. (Uzina Constructoare de Maşini Reşiţa) are the factories which sustained the city's life for more than 300 years. The first factories were born in 1771, during the reign of Maria Theresa. During the XIXth century, the steel works were known as StEG. After the end of World War 1, when Banat became part of Romania, they changed their name again, this time to Uzinele şi Domeniile Reşiţa or UDR (Reşiţa Works and Domains). Only later, under the Communistregime, did the UDR split to CSR and UCMR.
    The economy of Resita has faced a drawback since 1989, but now it seems it's going forward as more investors come. In communications services Resita is a modern city, with many Internet service providers, some even offering speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s and high quality telephone and cellphone servicesIndustry: Automobile industry, Iron industry, texture industry, civilian constructions;
    Agriculture: 1% of the labour force of the city works in agriculture;
    Services : public alimentation, internal and international transport;
    Tourism : 2 tourism societies (Tourist Semenic SA and BIRTA SA);
    (Wikipedia)
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    Predeterminado Băile Herculane

    Las aguas termales y minerales de Baile Herculane fueron descubiertas y utilizadas por los soldados romanos conquistadores de la antigua Dacia. Teniendo en cuenta las facultades curativas de las aguas, los romanos la llamaron "Ad aguas Herculi Sacras", que dio su nombre actual. La estación prosperó mucho en el siglo XIX, bajo la ocupación del Imperio de Austria-Hungría, cuando estaba de moda tanto que la visitaban el emperador Franz Josef y la emperatriz Elisabeta, con sendos pabellones en la estación.
    Clima:
    Ameno, de influencia submediterránea, sin vientos fuertes, con temperaturas máximas continentales disminuidas (en invierno y en verano), precipitaciones escasas (700-800 mm anualmente). Altitud: 160 m.
    La más renomida estación balneoclimatérica es Baile Herculane. Ha sido construida por los romanos en el valle selvado de Cerna en un lugar idílico.
    Esta estación está abierta durante todo el año. La quince fuentes medicinales y termales existentes aquí se utilizan en el tratamiento de las afecciones reumáticas, nerviosas y nutricionales.
    Las dotaciones de la estación incluyen salas de masaje, como también piscinas cubiertas o al aire libre. Los hoteles son modernos y confortables


    En la estación de ferrocarril de Herculane paran los trenes rápidos de la línea internacional Bucarest-Timisoara (puestos fronterizo de Jimbolia y Moravita). Aeropuerto interno e internacional en Timisoara


    Baile Herculane Spa - hot springs.
    See www.baile-herculane.ro

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    Predeterminado Lugares de interés

    LOCAL PLACES OF INTEREST
    Within 2 hrs of our mountain guesthouse there’s plenty to do and see.
    We have a car available for use.
    Around these places of interest are also beautiful walks.

    River Danube at 1 km wide, boat trips and fresh fish restaurants, many places of interest here.
    Baile Herculane Spa - hot springs.
    See www.baile-herculane.ro

    World famous collection of rock minerals, local and world wide.

    Comarnic underground caves and caverns.
    See http://comarnic.exploratorii.ro

    Timisoara city with its historical buildings, church and museums and where in the town centre the revolution against communism dictator Ceausescu started. See www.timisoara.com
    Old steam train ride.
    Relax by the lake 500m from our guesthouse.


    To contact us:
    e-mail sf.palmer@virgin.netUK tel. No 01368 840 728Romania Tel.No 0040/ (0)741 547 1260040/ (0)722 138 774
    www.walkinromania.co.uk/Interest.htm

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    Predeterminado Băile Herculane

    Băile Herculane
    Considerata una dintre cele mai vechi statiuni din Europa, cu o vechime atestata de aproape doua milenii, statiunea Baile Herculane Statiunea este situata în judetul Caras-Severin, în zona de sud-vest a Romaniei, pe Valea Cernei, la 5 km de principala artera rutiera care leaga vestul tarii de Bucuresti. Existenta neantrerupta de doua milenii a statiuni Baile-Herculane a fost favorizata de eficacitatea miraculoasa a izvoarelor termale, dar si de pitoreasca asezare a statiunii într-o vale adapostita de munti, de o frumusete aparte. Bogata diversificare a metodelor de tratament de la cura balneara clasica la diverse metode de fizio si electroterapie, masaje, acupunctura, etc. au conferit acestei statiuni un înalt grad de atractivitate.

    Hoteluri
    Hotel Afrodita (2 estrellas)
    Locatie: In statiunea Baile Herculane, pe malul stang al Cernei.
    Hotelul are parter+12 etaje, camere duble, single si apartamente, restaurant, bar, parcare, baza de tratament....
    vezi oferta...

    Pensiunea Ambasador (3 estrellas)
    Descriere:
    ...
    vezi oferta...

    Vila Belvedere (3 estrellas)
    Locatie: In statiunea Baile Herculane, in spatele hotelului Hercules.
    Vila dispune de 22 locuri in camere duble, restaurant, bar de zi bazin cu apa termo-sulfuroasa....
    vezi oferta...

    Hotel Dacia (2 estrellas)
    Locatie: In centrul statiunii Baile Herculane.
    Hotelul areparter + 10 etaje, restaurant cu terasa, bar si discoteca, baza de tratament, farmacie, sala de gimnastica, bowling, salon de friz...
    vezi oferta...

    Hotel Diana (2 estrellas)
    Locatie: In centrul statiunii Baile Herculane.
    Hotelu are parter + 12 etaje, restaurant, bar, piscina, sauna, strand cu apa termala, parcare, baza de tratament....
    vezi oferta...



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    Predeterminado Spa resorts, Romania

    Spa resorts, Romania


    Spas in Romania:
    BALVANYOS - BORSEC - BUZIAS - CALIMANESTI - CACIULATA
    COVASNA - EFORIE - FELIX - GEOAGIU - GOVORA - HERCULANE
    MANGALIA - NEPTUN - OLANESTI - SANGIORZ - SINAIA
    SLANIC MOLDOVA - SLANIC PRAHOVA - SOVATA - TECHIRGHIOL
    TUSNAD - VATRA DORNEI - VOINEASA

    The classic European spa is a thermal - mineral water springs resort, where people take a cure under medical supervision.
    Romania has one third of European thermal and mineral springs. The healing effect of these springs is proved and make these spas so popular.
    First discovered by ancient Romans, Hercules Spa (Baile Herculane) and Calimanesti-Caciulata Spa, from where Napoleon III use to take mineral water are famous spas.
    Romania is very rich in mineral resources, as the thermal, the sulfurous or salted water, the natural mud. The salt-mines, the ozone rich mountain air are other healing natural factors.

    Claims to the Most Revolutionary Spa Program in the World is in Romania.

    The Green Bel is an area of lakes and public gardens situated in Northern Bucharest.
    Dr. Ana Aslan discovered here the serum that is supposed to stop the aging process and in certain cases to reverse it.
    The patented biothopic drugs Gerovital H3 and Aslavital are available as an additional treatment at most Romanian Spas, as well as the specialised Green Bel Otopeni Clinic and Flora Geriatric Hotel in Bucharest.
    Gerovital is good for "preserving youthfulness, vitality, increased energy to unparalleled levels, improvement of memory and physical and intellectual capacity." In the words of Dr. Ana Aslan, "Under the direction of my qualified staff, you will be able to feel young once again".


    FELIX SPA (BAILE FELIX) (is situated near Oradea)
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Rheumatism, Arthrites, Arthrose, Spondilosis, Muscle diseases condition, Neurological and Metabolical disorders.
    Natural factors:
    Thermal mineral water, rich in sulphur, bicarbonates, calcium and oligoelements, Sapropelic mud, Balanced Climate.
    Hotels: International (***), Termal (***), Felix (**) and Nufarul (**).
    HERCULES SPA (BAILE HERCULANE) gained its name from the Roman legend that Hercules cured the wounds inflicted by the Hydra by bathing in its mineral springs.
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Rheumatism, Post treumatism, Metabolic illnesses, Gynaecology, Oftamology, Cardiovascular ailments
    Curative factors:
    15 mineral and termal spring water (41-60 C)
    Hotels: Roman (***), Afrodita (**), Dacia (**), Diana (**), Hercules (**).
    SOVATA (60 km from Târgu-Mures), altitude 500m, near Gurghiu volcanic mountain.
    Well known for the heliothermal waters of lake Ursu, unique in Europe due the temperature of the deeper water higher than the surface temperature. Therapeutic Indications:
    Cardiovascular, Gynaecological diseases, disorders of the Locomotor and Nervous system, combating Sterility.
    Curative factors:
    strongly mineralized waters and the sapropelic mud.

    Hotels: Alunis (**), Bradet (**), Faget (**), Sovata (*).
    SINAIA

    The clean air, rich in ozone and the relatively low pressure are the main cure factors recommended in the treatment of astheric neurosis, weakly conditions, physical and intellectual overexertion, certain endocrine disorders.
    CALIMANESTI-CACIULATA was Napoleon III's favourite source of mineral water.
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Digestive, Urinary, Kidney and Gall Bladder related diseases, also Gynaecological, Neurological, Endocrine and Sterility disorders.
    Curative factors:
    The climate, the mineral water springing from a depth of 250 m
    Hotels: Caciulata (**), Cozia (**), Oltul (**), Traian (*).
    BAILE TUSNAD (32 km from Miercurea Ciuc) Therapeutic Indications:
    Disorders of the nervous system, cardiovascular, digestive and endocrine diseases.
    Curative factors:
    Ferruginous mineral waters, rich in chlorine, and the ionized air.
    Hotels: Olt (**), Tusnad (**), Ciucas (*).
    GEOAGIU BAI, much praised by the ancient Romans (200 A.C.) as Germisara, lies in an area of wooded hills, 46 km from Deva.
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Rheumatic, Endocrine diseases, post-traumatic stress, Gynaecological, Nutritional and Dermatological disorders.
    Curative factors:
    Thermal-water pool (30 C), bicarbonated mineral waters, rich in calcium and magnesium, and the ferruginous, iodated muds.

    Hotels: Diana (**), Deva (**).
    EFORIE NORD, EFORIE SUD and TECHIRGHIOL- resorts on the Black Sea coast - are well-known for the curative properties of the black, sapropelic mud extracted from nearby lake Techirghiol.
    Curative factors:
    The strongly ionized air, the sea aerosols, and the wide beaches provide excellent conditions for combining vacation with balneary and geriatric cures.
    NEPTUN and MANGALIA, also the sea coast, have facilities for the treatment of degenative rheumatic diseases, as well as for articulary and inflamatory ailments.
    BAILE OLANESTI
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Chronic Kidney and Urinary System disease, Digestive, Gastritis, Hepatitis, Urinary and Gall Bladder related diseases, Diabetes, Obese, Lung diseases, Laryngitis, Nose or Respiration allergists,
    Neurological and Endocrine dysfunction.
    Curative factors:
    The hill climate, 24 mineral water springs.

    Hotels: Olanesti (**), Parang (**).
    BAILE GOVORA
    Therapeutic Indications:
    Rheumatism, Nervous system diseases as paresis, Gastritis and Ulcer, Renal diseases as infections in incipient phase, Gynaecological, Neurological dysfunction.
    Curative factors:
    The hill climate, the mineral water springs.
    Hotels: Palace(**), Parc (**), Silva, Oltenia(**).



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    Predeterminado Băile Herculane

    Băile Herculane
    Situated in the South-Western part of the country, on both sides the Cerna river, reaching till the foot of the Dormogled Mountain Mass, Baile Herculane is a natural reservation famous for its variety and riches of its flora. The resort is the oldest one in Romania among all resorts and it was founded almost 2000 years ago. (1825 years since its foundation were celebrated in 1978).
    Baile Herculane lie at 160 m altitude and because of some relief particularities, the climate is mild, having Mediterranean influences. The annual average temperature is +9,3 C degrees. The winds are weak, the rainfall is reduced. The place is also dominated by mild winters, short, early springs and cool summers. The cloudiness is less present, and therefore the clear days start in March and end in October.


    Baile Herculane resort- general view.
    One other characteristic of the climate in Baile Herculane is revealed through the negative air-ionization, which causes favorable biological effects on the human organism.
    Because of the increased thermal and mineral effects, the physiological agency of the waters in Herculane is very complex and their therapeutic value is high. The temperature of the thermal waters alternates between 41 C degrees and 60 C degrees. The waters are sulphurous, calcic, magnestic.
    The multifold landscape, the amazing flora and fauna, the pleasant climate, the picturesque surroundings, all of these make Baile Herculane to be a favourite place for holydays, relaxation and active rest.



    Baile Herculane resort.
    The museum from the resort presents documents that reveal the history of Baile Herculane and of its surroundings. In the museum, one may find out votive stones, numismatic pieces etc.
    Every year in August, the tourists are invited to the “Hercules Folklore Festival”-a parade of Romanian costumes, songs and traditional dances, which reveals the the Romanian folklore artists’ imagination, fantasy and skill.
    The tourists can be checked in at comfortable, modern hotels, such as:
    HOTEL FERDINAND ****
    Piaţa Hercules, nr.1
    Tel/Fax: +40 255 561 131
    www.hotel-ferdinand.ro
    office@hotel-ferdinand.ro
    HOTEL CLAUDIA ***
    Str. Complexelor, nr9
    www.hotelbaileherculane.ro
    marcel@hotelbaileherculane.ro
    HOTEL SARA’S SONS ***
    Aleea Teilor, nr 2
    Tel: +40 745 097 453
    www.sarassons-herculane.go.ro
    sarassons2000@yahoo.com

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    Maramureş
    Región: Transilvania - Capital: Baia Mare
    Matrícula: MM - Población: ~ 520.000 hab. - Densidad: ~ 81 hab/km²
    Superficie: 6.304 km² - Web: Consejo del distrito
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    Maramureş es un distrito (judeţ) ubicado en la zona septentrional de Rumania, en la región de Transilvania. Su superficie es de 6.304 km² y su población es de 510.110 habitantes (en 2002), con una densidad de 81 hab/km².
    La ciudad capital del distrito es Baia Mare (137.976 hab).
    La mayoría de la población es de origen rumano (82%), mientras que las principales minorías las constituyen los húngaros y los ucranianos.
    Distritos vecinos
    Distrito de Suceava por el este.
    Distrito de Satu Mare por el oeste.
    Ucrania (Oblast de Ivano-Frankivsk y de Zakarpatyia) por el norte.
    Distritos de Sălaj, Cluj y Bistriţa-Năsăud por el sur.
    Demografía
    En el año 2002, la población del distrito ascendía a 510.110 habitantes, mientras que la densidad poblacional era de 81 hab/km².Rumanos - 82,02% (418.405 hab.)
    Húngaros - 9,07% (46.300 hab.)
    Ucranianos - 6,67% (or 34.027 hab.)
    Romaníes - 1,74% (or 8.913 hab.)
    Alemanes - 0,39% (or 2.012 hab.), y otros.
    Geografía
    El distrito tiene una extensión territorial de 6.304 km², de los cuales el 43% están ocupados por los Montes Rodna, Cuyo pico más alto (el Pietrosul) tiene 2.303 m de altitud. Junto con las cordilleras de Gutâi y Ţibleş, los Rodna forman parte de los Cárpatos Orientales. La geografía del resto del distrito se caracteriza por sus colinas, mesetas, y valles. Maramureş es atravesado por el río Tisza y sus principales afluentes: los ríos Iza, Viseu, y Mara.

    Economía
    Maramureş es reconocido por sus actividades pastorales y agrícolas, que no fueron afectadas en forma importante por la campaña de industrialización llevada a cabo durante el período comunista. Las tareas de arado, plantación y cosecha se realizan en forma manual en la mayoría de los casos.
    El distrito también cuenta con una desarrollada industria minera, con zonas de extracción de metales en distintos puntos de su territorio. Las plantas industriales construidas en los alrededores de Baia Mare durante el período comunista han causado un alto grado de contaminación en el lugar.
    Turismo
    La región es reconocida por sus bellos paisajes y sus artesanos, así como también por sus iglesias y su arquitectura rural. No hay muchas rutas asfaltadas en las zonas rurales, y algunas de ellas no están transitables en todo momento.
    Los principales destinos turísticos son:
    Las ciudades de Baia Mare y Sighetu Marmaţiei y Targu Lapus / Lapus.ro.
    Los villorios en los valles de Iza, Mara, y Vişeu.
    Rozavlea Church
    Las Iglesias de Madera de Maramureş.
    El Cementario Merry de Săpânţa.
    Monasterio Rohia Monasterio Rohia
    Los Montes Rodna.
    Enlaces externos
    Viejo Maramures Trabajo fotográfico con textos sobre la región y sus gentes
    Página web del pueblo de Poienile de sub Munte
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    Baia Mare, capital
    Baia Mare map -

    Distrito: Maramureş - Estatus: capital de distrito
    Coordinadas: 47°42′60″ N 23°20′00″ E / 47.7166, 23.3334
    Población: ~ 155.000 hab. - Web: http://baiamarecity.ro/
    Superficie: 233.3 km² - Altitud: 228 msnm - Densidad: ~ 641/km²

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    Baia Mare (significa en rumano: Mina Grande, húngaro: Nagybánya, alemán: Frauenbach o Neustadt) es una ciudad importante del distrito Maramureş, región de Maramureş, en Rumania. Tiene una población de 148.263 habitantes. Antes de la firma del tratado de Trianon, entre los años 19401944, Baia Mare era parte de Hungría.
    Baia Mare tiene una ciudad hermana: Hollywood, Florida (Estados Unidos).
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    Baia Mare (meaning Big Mine, pronunciation in Romanian: /'ba.ya 'ma.re/; Latin: Rivulus Dominarum, Hungarian: Nagybánya, German: Frauenbach and seldom Neustadt, Yiddish: באיה מארה ) is an important city in northern Romania and the seat of Maramureş County. It is located in the northern part of the county, on the middle course of the Săsar River, at an average altitude of 228 metres, surrounded by the Igniş and Gutâi mountains. The city has an area of 233 km² and also contains the following settlements: Blidari, Firiza, Valea Neagră (The Black Valley) and Valea Borcutului. It is ranked 17th in terms of population.
    Due to the concentration of economic activities found in the city and their importance, Baia Mare ranks third in economic importance[clarify] in northwest Romania, after Cluj Napoca and Oradea.[citation needed]
    Population
    The municipality of Baia Mare had a total population of 137,976 in 2002 , the majority being Romanians. In 2004 Baia Mare had a population of 149,735. The city is also home to a sizeable Hungarian community. The diverse ethnic composition of the city is as follows:Romanian: (79.81%) - Hungarian: (14.84%) - Roma: (0.51%) - German:(0.36%)
    Ukrainian: (0.25%) - Jews: (0,10%) and 642 others, including Greeks, Turks, Italians, Lippovans, Poles and Slovaks.
    Before the Second World War, Baia Mare had a large Jewish Community, more than 1.000 Jews, out of which only around 130 still live in the city, due to the extermination of the Jews in the Holocaust. Along with Rădăuți, Gura Humorului and others, Baia Mare was one of the country's shtetls. The city's Jewish community benefits from a synagogue, dating from 1885.
    Geography


    The city is situated in the vicinity of the Gutâi and Igniş Mountains. Altitudes reach 1400 meters in some peaks. The area is famous for its outstanding landscapes and the mountains are easily accessible from the city, famous routes being: Igniş (1307 m), Mogoşa (1246 m), Gutâi (1443 m), Creasta Cocosului (1450 m), Piatra Soimului (839 m), Plestioara (803 m), Dealul Bulat (683 m), Murgau (633 m), Dealul Crucii (500 m) etc. Some of these mountains provide skiing slopes, most notably the one at Mogoşa, which is the most difficult slope in Northern Romania[citation needed]. The city is situated in the Baia Mare valley and is encircled on all sides by hills and mountains, which makes the climate in the city milder than the rest of the surrounding area. Proof of this is that the outskirts of Baia Mare are the only areas where you can find chestnut trees that usually need Mediterranean climate to grow. This is the northern most reach of the chestnut tree. However, abrupt temperature changes take place and, during the winters, the temperatures may occasionally drop below -20 degress Celsius. The summers are mild, cooler than in the rest of the country. The precipitations in this area are quite high, due to the mountains in the north and east which do not allow the air masses to pass beyond the region's limits, the average rainfall being almost 1000 mm/year. The city of Baia Mare is the most populated of all Northern Romanian cities (Satu Mare, Suceava and Botoşani), with a population of approximately 149,735. It also has high a level of culture and education, being home to many theatres, schools, museums and art galleries. Not far from the city there are a few very important natural reservations, among which: Creasta Cocoşului, Cheile Tătărului, Lacul Albastru etc. Because of its privileged location in the Eastern Carpathian mountains it is considered one of the most picturesque cities in Romania.
    History
    During the Bronze Age, the region around Baia Mare was the realm of the Thracians, from whom the Geto-Dacians later descended[citation needed]. It was also part of the large Dacian state formed by Burebista[citation needed]. The first mention of the settlement is from 1142, when King Géza II of Hungary settled it with Transylvanian Saxons. The name of the settlement was Frauenbach in German (Asszonypataka in Hungarian, Rivulus Dominarum in Latin), meaning “River of the Ladies” or “Women's Brook”. The richest documentation, however, is found in the act of privilege issued by Louis I of Hungary in 1347.
    King Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor, as part of treat with serbian ruler Despotus Stefan Lazarević, gave him Nagybanya as a gift at 1411., until Depotus' death in 1426. A year after, lord of Nagybanya became Stefan's succesor Despotus Đurađ Branković of Serbia.. A document from that year speaks of the Mint in Baia Mare, one of the oldest and most famous in Transylvania.
    In 1446, the mines and domain of Baia Mare became the property of the Hunyadi family as a token of gratitude for the bravery shown by John Hunyadi in his battles against the invading Turks. John Hunyadi commissioned the Saint Stephen cathedral whose Stephen Tower remains a landmark of the city to this date.
    In 1469, King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary bestowed upon the city the right to develop its defense system by erecting fortified walls and keeps, strengthened by deep moats and large palisades to keep out the invaders. Baia Mare thus became an impressive fortress.

    In 1567, it was annexed by John Zsigmond, prince of Transylvania. The city was in Szatmár County of the Kingdom of Hungary.
    In 1600, as a sign of gratitude for having cancelled several of the city's debts, the tenant of the local mines, Felician Herbstein, ordered a coin to be minted in gold, displaying the effigy of Michael the Brave (Mihai Viteazul), voivod of Wallachia. Collectors agree that this is an effigy of the prince of great numismatic value.
    Between the years 1605 and 1606, 1621 and 1629, and 1645 and 1648, the city and the surrounding county was part of the Principality of Transylvania. From the 16th century the settlement was officially called Nagybánya.
    In 1703, the legendary outlaw, Pintea the Brave (Pintea Viteazul), was witness, alongside Francis II Rákóczi, to the freeing of the city from the hands of the AustrianHabsburgs during a kurucs war. The year 1889 saw the printing of the first newspaper in the Romanian language - Gutinul - a weekly paper dealing in social, literary and economic matters. In 1910, the town had 12,877 inhabitants: 9,992 (77.6%) Hungarians, 2,677 (20.8%) Romanians, 175 (1.4%) Germans.[2] In the same time, the municipal area of the town had 30,584 inhabitants, including 83.73% Romanians, and 15.13% Hungarians. [1]
    From 1919/1920 (Treaty of Trianon) to 1940 (Second Vienna Award), Baia Mare was part of the Kingdom of Romania, and during 1940-1944 part of Hungary. The Treaty of Paris after the Second World War returned the city to Romania. From 1952 to 1960, Baia Mare was in the Baia Mare Region, from 1960 to 1968 in the Maramureş Region, and since 1968 has been in Maramureş County.
    Economy
    The economical activity of Baia Mare has been built around the mining activities located in the surrounding areas. However, after the 1989 Revolution these mining activities have decreased visibly, being replaced with several activities which have improved the city's economy in recent years. Nowadays, Baia Mare has become one of the most economically evolved cities in the region. As a result, several supermarkets have been built in the city and at least 3 malls are due to open for the public no later than December2008. As well, the largest sofa manufacturing plant in Eastern Europe, Italsofa, is located near the Baia Mare city ring.
    The road infrastructure within the city is changing to be able to better connect the city and absorb the traffic on the express road which is to be built between Petea (at the border with Hungary) and Baia Mare, a project for which the feasibility study has just completed. The express road will connect the cities of Baia Mare and Satu Mare to the Hungarian motorway M3 and thus the whole European motorway network.
    (Wikipedia)
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    Imágenes de Rumanía - 11 días desde €1349
    Localidades:
    Rumanía: Bucarest, Braşov, Baia Mare
    Categorías
    Viajes, Cultura, Visita turistica y Hospitalidad » Tours de 6 dias y mas; La Familia, Seniors, Solteros y otros » Mayores
    Operador:
    Transylvania Live - Expert in Transylvania
    Descripción
    ÚNICA salida garantizada, Julio 18, 2008,
    11 dias desde €1349
    Incluye: pensión completa i entradas a todos los objectivos turisticos del circuito, Sibiu, una de las ciudades rumanas, que mejor conserva su trazado medieval, el Castillo de Drácula,la ciudad sajona medieval de Brasov, Los Monasterios de Bucovina, la ciudad medieval de Sighisoara.
    Incluido
    Guía en castellano
    pensión completa menos un almuerzo en Baia Mare
    entradas a todos los objectivos turisticos del circuito
    transporte
    Excluido
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    Libre
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    Una vuelta de 11 días1349.00 EUR* Por favor compruebe con el operador los precios actualizados ya que han podido cambiar desde la ultima vez que se actualizaron aqui.
    Itinerario
    Duración:
    Una vuelta de 11 días
    Día 1: ESPANA - BUCAREST
    Salida en vuelo de linea regular a Bucarest. Llegada en el aeropuerto internacional de Otopeni, encuentro con el guia y transfer hacia el Hotel Hilton*****/Bucarest. Cena en un restaurante local.
    a 2: Bucarest - Piatra Neamt - 360 km
    Desayuno. Visita de la ciudad de Bucarest, con el Museo del Pueblo, Academia Militar, Iglesia Patriarcal. Almuerzo en un restaurante local. Por la tarde salida hacia Piatra Neamt, cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Central*** o similar/Piatra Neamt
    Día 3: Piatra Neamt - Moldovita - Sucevita - Marginea -
    Desayuno. Salida hacia la región de Moldavia, una de las más representativas regiónes turisticas de Rumania. Los monasterios moldavos de la comarca de Bucovina, declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad, son uno de los legados del arte bizantino más importantesdel mundo, equiparables a los de Capadocia, Mistra o Los Meteoros. Visitaremos los monasterios de Molodvita, Sucevita, Humor, Voronet y Los Talleres de Ceramica Negra del Pueblo de Marginea. Almuerzo en Radauti.
    Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Popas Bucovina***+ o similar/Campulung.

    Targu Lapus
    Día 4: Campulung - Baia Mare - 250 km
    Desayuno. Salida hacia la ciudad de Baia Mare, atravesando la región de Maramures. En ruta visitaremos las Iglesias de madera de Bogdan Voda y Rozavlea. Almuerzo campestre en las casas de los campesinos con vino y aguardiente en el menu. Por la tarde llegada en Baia Mare, cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Carpati****/Baia Mare.
    Día 5: Baia Mare - Surdesti - Sapanta - Baia Mare - 200 km
    Desayuno. Comenzaremos la visita de la región de Maramures, uno de los pocos lugares de Europa, que han logrado conservar los costumbres y el folclore tradicional de la zona. Salimos hacia el pueblo de Surdesti, donde visitaremos la iglesia de madera con el mismo nombre, dedicada a los Arcángeles Miguel y Gabriel. Construida enteramente en madera, presenta una bonita torre de 54 m de altura, la más alta de Europa. Por su beleza e imprtancia historica, forma parte de Patrimonio UNESCO. A continuación, nos dirgimos hacia el pueblo de Sapanta. La visita de Sapanta es obligatoria, para todo aquel que recorra la región de Maramures. En este pueblo se encuentrán las famosas puertas talladas en madera, que muestran en relieve y color, aspectos de la vida y de las preocupaciones de la gente. Visitaremos el famoso Cementerio Alegre de este pueblo, unico en Rumania. Por la tarde llegada en Baia Mare. Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Carpati****/Baia Mare
    Día 6: Baia Mare - Sighisoara - 300 km
    Desayuno. Salida hacia la ciudad Medieval de Sighsioara. Almuerzo en ruta. Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Sighisoara*** o similar/Sighisoara.
    Día 7: Sighisoara - Sibiu - Sighisoara - 200 km
    Desayuno. Visita de la ciudad de Sighisoara, con la Torre del Reloj, que alberga en su interior, el Museo de Historia de la ciudad, el Museo de Armas Medievales, la Camara de Tortura. A continuación, salimos hacia la ciudad de Sibiu, que mejor conserva su trazado medieval. Se puede afirmar que Sibiu es uno de los mejores conjuntos arquitectonicos que se conservan en nuestro pais. Visitaremos la Plaza Mayor, la Plaza Menor, Catedral Evangelica, Puente de Los Moentirosos. Almuerzo campestre, en las casas de los campesinos, con vino y aguardiente en el menu. Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Sighisoara*** o similar/Sighisoara.
    Día 8: Sighisoara - Brasov - Bran - Sinaia - 200 km
    Desayuno. Salimos hacia la ciudad de Brasov, donde despues de un tour panoramico de la ciudad, visitaremos el más importante monumento gotico de Rumania, la Iglesia Negra. A continuación, nos dirigimos hacia el pueblo de Bran, donde visitaremos el castillo con el mismo nombre, conocido tambien, bajo el nombre de Castillo de Dracula. Almuerzo en un bonito restaurante de este pueblo, colocado en las faldas de los Carpatos. Por la tarde llegada en la bonita estación de Sinaia, denominada por su belleza, la Perla de los Carpatos. Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Palace****/Sinaia
    Día 9: Sinaia - 50 km
    Desayuno. Visita del maravilloso Palacio de Peles, construido por el primer Rey de Rumania, Carlo I, miembro de la familia de Hohenzollern. A continuación visita del Monasterio de Sinaia, construido por el Principe Miguel Cantacuzino, despues de una visita al Monte Sinai. Almuerzo en un restaurante local. Cena y alojamiento en el Hotel Palace****/Sinaia
    Día 10: Sinaia - Bucarest - 120 km
    Desayuno. Salida hacia Bucarest. Almuerzo en un restaurante local. Tarde libre para las compras. Cena en un restaurante local. Alojamiento en el Hotel Hilton*****/Bucarest
    Día 11: BUCAREST - OTOPENI - ESPANA
    Desayuno. A la hora establecida transfer hacia el aeropuerto internacional de Otopeni, para el vuelo de regreso hacia España.
    Contacto: Email: Email oparador - ES: Oficina de Bucarest, Calle Cupolei, no 2, bloque 105, ap.62, Bucarest, código postal 061156 - Sito del Web: http://www.visit-transylvania.us

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