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Oradea travel guide

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You're Going to Love Oradea

Charming, historic, and relatively undiscovered, Oradea is one of the largest cities in Romania's picturesque Transylvanian region. With baroque architecture, Hungarian influences, and a beautiful riverside, the city is perfect for those looking for an idyllic stay in Romania.

Offering easy access to attractions such as the Apuseni National Park, Oradea is a great starting point for adventures in Romania.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Oradea

When to Visit Oradea

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Oradea has a fairly seasonal climate, with warm summers and cold winters. Spring and fall are the best times to visit the city.

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How to Get to Oradea

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Where to Stay in Oradea

Oradea has many hotels, the most convenient of which are located in the old town. The Hostel Oradea is a good, budget-friendly option, while the Avalon Rooms is a popular mid-range establishment.

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How to Get Around Oradea

The Cost of Living in Oradea

Shopping Streets

While Oradea does not have many large shopping centers, there are many craft stores throughout the Old Town area. A pair of jeans costs about RON140 in the city.

Groceries and Other

There are numerous grocers in the city. A dozen eggs costs about RON6, while a loaf of fresh bread runs somewhere between RON2 and RON3.

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Where to Eat in Oradea

Oradea has many high-rated restaurants. Popular choices include Rosecas Restaurant si Terasa, with an à la carte menu of dishes like shrimp in cognac sauce, and Hanul cu Noroc, which serves pizza, soups, and stews. Low-key eateries will run about RON15 for a meal in town.