|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$200.52|
|1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff||$0.10|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$1.08|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$6.17|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$50.90|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$4.63|
|Chicken breasts at the market||$4.94|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$14.50|
|Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment||$115.68|
Hunedoara, located near the Poiana Rusc? Mountains, is a city in the south-western Transylvania region of Romania. The city is a popular tourist destination with its numerous beautiful parks, tree-lined streets and the nearby mountain range with its host of attractions. There are also a few heritage buildings and monuments that make a holiday here extremely pleasant, especially with the availability of numerous cheap flights to Hunedoara.
The Hunyadi Castle, also known as Corvin’s Castle, is a wonderfully impressive architectural beauty that easily makes it one of the most attractive monuments in the region. The castle is situated on a huge rock in the middle of the Zlasti River; the remarkable draw bridge, imposing towers and a number of courtyards in the interior besides the two massive halls are features that will make your visit extremely interesting. Staying back in one of the comfortable hotels in Hunedoara is a good opportunity for exploring the surrounds of this attractive town that makes flying by the cheap flights to Hunedoara even more worthwhile.
Go to the Oak Forest of Chizid standing on top of a nearby hill that affords a great scenic view of the surrounds. This is also a good opportunity to explore the Chizid Zoo that has a lot of interesting animals such as lions, wolves and bears. At the Cincis Accumulation Lake, you can see the remains of the five villages that were covered with water owing to the flooding of water required to create this artificial reservoir for the supply of water to the town’s steel mill. The lake is now a fine resort attracting a lot of visitors. The Poiana Rusc? Mountains is a wonderful place to explore on foot; apart from the unique flora and fauna in a beautiful scenic setting, it is possible to see the culture of the ancient p?dureni (woodlanders), the original inhabitants of the area; there are also a number of festivals each year that offer a unique insight into their culture and lifestyle. The Nandru Caves, now closed to the public contains a great many Neanderthal cultural artifacts and are also their ancient burial grounds. The Paleontological Natural Reservation of Buituri and Nandru have a fascinating collection of fossils, mainly snails and fish.