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ORADEA MEDIAEVAL FORTRESS HISTORY AND EVENTS WITNESSING THE PASSAGE OF TIME If nowadays we can hear about history in school and see it in museums, this is the best place to feel it. The fortress has witnessed the passage of time and continues to...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Piata Unirii nr 1, cam. 234, Oradea 410100, Romania
Good place to visit, the museum entrance fee is just 5RON (£1) and there's plenty to see. Unfortunately, if you get there later in the day you'll need to hurry up to see all the displays. And although the opening hours are until 6PM the...More
the Oradea Fortress is situated nearby the Continental Forum Hotel Oradea ; it was completely renovated and has the shape of a structure with five corners and an inner court ; it houses several institutions but also a hotel,a bar ,the art gallery and also...More
Oradea fortress is similar with Alba Carolina fortress. It has the same star shape. It'a place that can be easily visited. They are still working on it, but it's nice and quiet. Also they have parks at the fortress exterior walls where you can see...More
The fortress has been recently restored and looks very good. There is an interesting museum to visit inside the main building and a nice amphitheatre for performances during the summer time. The cafe is also good.
The Fortress is accessible as it has been recently renewed, in fact in the middle of the Fostress the work has not been finished yet. Despite the fact that it is stoned it wasn't difficult for the wheelchair to move. As it was a place...More
The fortress is a must visit when in Oradea, is one of the few fortresses restaurated in Romania. Can be visited every day with or without a guide. The price of a ticket is 5 ron - €1,20. During the summer there are a lot...More
We spent most of the day here with our 5 children (ages 1-12). Most people spoke at least a little English. We may be biased because a Turkish food festival was happening while we were there and that was really great, but we loved the...More