Hotel Maxim

Calea Radnei 122 , Arad, Transylvania, Romania | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Calea Radnei 122 , Arad, is near Unirii Square, Orthodox Cathedral, Victory Square (Piata Victoriei), and Piata Operei (Theatre and Opera House).
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    Travel Blogs from Arad

    Storks and art-deco camping

    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 18, 2014

    5 photos

    ... is low, around 40mph. We stretch the legs on the well-surfaced carriageways when we can and thunder on across the interminable plain.
    There are hundreds of stalls selling melons along the route. There's rarely much of a pull-in for shoppers so we're often forced out to the tank tracks as we pass them by.
    "Well I dreamed I saw the silver space ships flyingIn the yellow haze of the sun,There were children crying and ...

    Desde el 'Barrio' de Arad (Kingdom of Telenovelas)

    A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 09, 2013

    12 photos

    ... talking with them and satisfying my social needs. However, the connection in Budapest was like traveling to a parallel universe. Budapest Keleti station is a bit confusing and its information board a true mess but I managed to get to the right train by sheer luck. The demographics of this new train were very different. The general profile of the travellers of the previous train was more joyful and happy, with many young people traveling to Budapest from all ...

    The dangers of Romania..

    A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Jun 07, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... and how we survived them alive!

    As far as we know, there are four major dangers in Romania, or so it is said. For those who plan to go to Romania but are afraid to do so because of the situation, here is how we dealed with it.

    Dogs: barking dogs apparently don't bite. We had lots of dogs, lots of barking, but luckily only one attack on our yellow bicycle bag and none on us. After a month or so, we were not so very ...

    New heading

    A travel blog entry by nadinesmith28 on Apr 25, 2010

    2 photos

    I often struggled with making decisions. I would ask anyone about what they thought i should do instead of thinking for and deciding for me what was best for me. Now that im flying solo i have found that i am responsible for every decision and i must admit i can often become quite overwhelmed by it all. At the risk of returning to my prior self, i looked at all these plans and started freaking out. With a stuffed ankle what can one really do in Romania? Maybe i should fly ...

    Arad, Transylvania, Romania - Day 20

    A travel blog entry by denill on Sep 04, 2009

    9 photos

    Arad: On the road today at 6.30am so we could max our time in Arad, just 100ks away. The very small part of Romania we have seen could have been Serbia . Soon after crossing the border we stopped at Nadlac, population 8,154, to get some money changed and the first coffee for the day. The bank staff was most helpful, including the guard with the obligatory sidearm. Our coffee stop was shared with a few locals, some drinking coffee, the others, beer. An early start, but not ...