In Romania, the region of the mythical Transylvania, we find the beautiful city of Arad. Unknown to many, but truly magical and full of beautiful buildings that invite tours of their streets. The region now occupied by Arad, a city with 190,000 inhabitants and more than 40 square kilometers, bears traces of inhabitants from about 400 BC, although the first documentation oficialices appear to 1131 AD.
Among the first visitors who can perform, in the center of the city, highlighting the Old Theatre, the Palace Buhus, the Water Tower and Arad Synagogue. Situated not far from each other, form the historic center of the city, and concentrated most of the travelers, offering a destination not to be missed in the architecture and history of society, culture and religion in Romania.
Continuing with the buildings and monuments, the Cathedral, the Monastery of St. Simon and Count Liberia and the Fortress of Arad, once used to protect people and lords of the constant attacks of the barbarians. The city also has some interesting museums such as the National Gallery “Delta” and the Museum of Arad County, and the importance of art in the city has led to the creation and consistent presentation of shows including State Drama Theatre, Philharmonic Arad and Puppet Theatre.
On our next visit to Arad, as well conclude with the main attractions of the region, will talk about the surroundings, which include walks and hikes through beautiful vineyards, villages and castles.