Visit Vest

The Vest of Romania is a region located in the western part of the country, bordering Hungary and Serbia. It is home to the historic cities of Timisoara, Arad and Oradea, as well as some spectacular natural wonders like Padis Plateau and Retezat National Park. The vest also boasts some impressive historical monuments such as Huniazilor Castle in Oradea, Mocioni Palace in Arad and Banatul Montan Monastery near Timisoara.

When visiting the Vest of Romania there are plenty of activities to enjoy. Take a stroll through one of its beautiful city parks or take a tour around one of its many museums, galleries and churches. There are also lots of great restaurants to try out traditional Romanian dishes like sarmale (cabbage rolls) or mamaliga (corn mush).

An interesting historical fact about this area is that it was an important part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918 when it became part of Romania after World War I. This rich history has left behind some fascinating relics from this era including old fortresses, castles, monasteries and grand palaces that still stand today for visitors to explore.