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Timisoara hotel prices reflect favourably on your budget when travelling from Western Europe, with even four-star hotel ratings eliciting competitive prices.
Travellers wishing to immerse themselves in Timousoara's theatre district will find Hotel Timișoara a prime spot, resting alongside The Romanian National Opera building and the National Theatre as nationally recognised opera, ballet and theatrical performance halls.
Couples looking to embrace the city's undoubted romantic allure will find hotel spaces such as Hotel Boutique Fleurs de Temps particularly inviting, featuring Victorian-themed decorative splendour and antiques.
Timisoara is a veritable goldmine for authentic Romanian antiques and fabrics, with local Romanians traditionally renowned for advanced embroidery techniques lending a desirable finish on everything from skirts and blouses to tablecloths and leather bags, while wood based designs are also particularly visually appealing.
Larger shopping malls when shopping for internationally recognised brands exist in the form of Iulius Mall (Strada Aristide Demetriade 1). Here you will find clothes and accessories in the same breath as beauty salons and food courts.
Timisoara is widely regarded as having the finest cuisine in western Romania.
Timisoara Restaurant in Piața Operei showcases how diverse traditional Romanian cuisine is beyond purely sausage based dishes as the stereotype goes. Much of the food found here and throughout the city arrives in freshly cooked, platter style portions, all at very agreeable prices. Often including roasted peppers, pork dishes and flavour-filled salads, dining in the city can also include combinations of traditional cooking with international stapes, as seen at D.A.F. Junior, where Vegas culture includes the chance to go bowling as well as sampling delectable Romanian fusion cuisine.
Beer lovers will rejoice at the chance to tour Timișoreana brewery, which still manufactures the region's favourite local beer of the last several centuries.