InVerve Hostel is footsteps away from Unirii Square, today the most important Baroque architecture reserve in the city. Here, in the very heart of the city, the main buildings are the two cathedrals, the Roman Catholic and the and the Orthodox, now Serbian, as well as the Baroque Palace and the Trinity Monument, all belonging to the Baroque style - except for some elements of the Orthodox church, which are in the classical style. Subsequently, buildings belonging to other styles also appeared.
- 280 m
- The place where you can relax, eat or have a drink
Timişoara’s historical center has a system of three urban squares, unique in Romania, each square presenting different sizes, plastic solutions and architectural styles. Being the connecting link between Unirii Square and Victoriei Square, Libertăţii Square is the central element, Timişoara’s urban system’s rotary. In terms of aesthetic perception, going through the three squares in the Cetate district and the streets that connect them, the fascinated visitor passes from the embrace of one urban space in that of a new one, “from one embrace to another”.
- 240 m
- The place where you meet the locals and not only...
The Victory Sq.
Situated in the heart of Timișoara, surrounded by imposing palaces in the 1900s style, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palace of Culture, Victory Square is a place of reference for the city. Victory Square, the newest of Cetate's markets, is where, on 20 December 1989, Timișoara was proclaimed the first free city in Romania marking the beginning of victory in the revolution against communist dictatorship.
- 400 m
- The place where the National Opera is
The Art Museum
The museum is located in the Baroque Palace, one of the representative buildings of Timișoara, built in Baroque style in the second half of the 18th century in the Main Square of the City (now Unirii Square). The exterior decorative motifs betray a close Viennese filiation, reminding similarities with Kinsky Palace. One of the main exhibits is the collection of the painter Corneliu Baba, with over 80 works signed by the master in various periods of his creation.
- 290 m
- The place where the Art is
Memorial of the Revolution of December 1989
The Revolution Memorial Museum in December 1989 in Timișoara is the most important point of storage and presentation of information about the Revolution of December 1989 throughout the country. In this space, the "Memorial of Revolution 16-22 December 1989" Association collects written, audio and video information about bloody events, some of which are exposed to visit. The exhibitions also cover life under the communist dictator Ceausescu, but also the unfolding of the Revolution in Timişoara, which eventually led to the overthrow of the regime. You can watch movies featuring the drama of those days.
- 350 m
- The place where the Revolution is ducumented
The Metropolitan Cathedral
Right in the city center, with its height of 83.7 m, The Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the tallest buildings in Timisoara, being the tallest church in Romania and one of the most spacious, capable of sheltering over 5000 people. At the same time in the basement of the cathedral, there is an interesting collection of religious art.
- 450 m
- The place where the pictures look great