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Visit Oradea offer free guided tours on the weekends to any visitors or locals who are interested in learning more about Oradea's outdoor museum.
The Union Square is the starting point for the guided tours, which are conducted in Romanian and last between 2.5 and 3 hours. On request, tours can also be conducted in English and Hungarian. These tours can also be an opportunity for young people who are enthusiastic about tourism to help them learn more about the industry and discover interesting facts about the architecture and history of the buildings they see.The tours are led by certified tour guides with expertise in both indoor and outdoor tours.
Free guided tours schedule for 1st June and 17 September 2023:
Friday, 6:00 p.m., meeting and departure point: Union Square
Saturday, 10:30 a.m., meeting and departure point: Union Square
Sunday, 10:30 a.m., meeting and departure point: Union Square.
*Due to extended weekends on June 1st, June 5th, and August 15th, departures from Union Square will be at 10:30 a.m.
Participants will enjoy learning about the exteriors of the Ullmann Palace, 1 December Park, the exterior of the Darvas-La Roche House, Traian Park, the Palace of Justice, the Bar Building, and the BNR Building, as well as the iconic palaces on Republicii Avenue, such as the Apollo, Moskovits Miksa, Stern palaces, Ferdinand Square with the State Theater, the Poynar House, the Adorjan Houses, the Pannonia Hotel, Unirii Square and Vasile Alecsandri Street.
The goal of the project is to provide a special experience to both domestic tourists and residents of Oradea who haven't had a chance to see the city and its significant architectural historical landmarks. As a pilot program that may be replicated in the future depending on participation, the Visit Oradea project seeks to enhance tourists' experiences during this period.
The free guided tours are an added benefit to the "Oradea cu drag" gratuities campaign, which offers free museum admission, free 24-hour public transportation, and discounts at participating cafes and restaurants to tourists who stay in Oradea for at least two nights.
Additional information is available on the website visitoradea.com, via phone at +4 0359 807 907, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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