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Along with several other 'highlights' of Alba Iulia, the museum containing most of the Roman remains and artefacts was closed. As one of the major tourist attractions of Transylvania, this is poor.
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Inside the citadel of Alba Iulia there have been found important traces of a Roman Castrum as here there was the headquarters of the 13 th Roman Legion “Gemina” which conquered Dacia in the first century AC; the ruins can be seen outdoors but the...More
Extraordinary absolutely everything. From the ladys and men who welcomes you to the flower pot. Speechless. History is the true soul that represents us. Their example, of those who support this wonder of nature in understanding what tourism means must be proved. BRAVO thousand times
The Roman Castrum has just some small remains inside Alba Iulia citadel. But the visit of Alba Iulia citadel is great. So, consider the ruins of Roman Castrum like a specific item, part of a bigger tour.
After paying an entry fee and receiving a map I found it very hard to find and get to the points on the program. Some Romanian students were having the same problem. We shared our discoveries and directions with one another. The costumed guide they...More
One of our stop in Alba Iulia tour was Castrium Museum, where we welcomed by two Roman soldiers from Legion XIII . A history of ancient Apulum was told by the two ans curried us in ancient times by detalied details of
The place and its surroundings are simply beautiful.
You can have long relaxing walks here, children have lots of space for playing and blend it with learning about history.
It is definitely a place you need to see in Alba Iulia.
This is part of the citadel of Alba Iulia that has a paid entrance, but it is well worth it. Beautiful views when you walk on the city walls, especially during the changing of the guards, daily at noon (12am) Be sure to stand on...More