Timisoara – the sound of music

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Tour highlights:

  • Timişoara Orthodox Cathedral
  • Victory Square and the national Theater
  • Alba-Iulia Street
  • Liberty Square with the old Courthouse and the statue of the Saint Nepomuk and the virgin Mary
  • The Dome Place
  • Piața Libertății mit dem Alten Rathaus und der Statue des Heiligen Nepomuk und der Maria
  • Der Domplatz

General description

  • Tour type: individual or group
  • Duration: 2-2,5 hours
  • Start point: Timisoara
  • End point: Timisoara
  • Languages: English, German, Romanian, Serbian
  • Participants: from 1 person to 40

Special description

  • Time: 2 - 2.5 Hours
  • Start point: Timişoara Orthodox Cathedral
  • End point: Unirii Square


  • Price: 95 Eur/person (1-5 persons), 75 Eur/person (over 6 persons)

The price includes:

  • guide
  • lunch or dinner in a typical Romanian restaurant (music program and traditional food )
  • one of the following:
    • Opera ticket for one person
    • Ticket for one person at a performance of the Philharmonic Society
    • Ticket for one person at a play of the German State Theater.


Since hundreds of years, Timisoara has imposed itself as a place of cultural melting point.  Music could make, of course, no exception.  Since the second half of the XVIII nth century, various music organizations existed between Timisoara’s borders.
1871 marks the opening of the Philharmonic Society. The first concert, directed by Heinrich Weidt takes place on the
8th December 1871. Two vocal symphonic works are played:  “Die Frithjofs Saga” by Max Bruch and “Der Taucher”.
During the years, well-known players like Johannes Brahms (1879), František Ondriček (1893), Jan Kubelik (1900) or Bela Bartok (1906) appear on the stage of the Philharmonic Society.
In 1947, the Rumanian State Opera is opened.  The building of the opera host by now four cultural institutions, sign of the strong intercultural interactions from Timisoara: the Romanian Opera, the Romanian national theater, the German states theater and the Hungarian theater “Csiky Gergely”.
“Timisoara – the sound of music” invites you to discover a part of Romanian’s culture, as well as the cultures which converted Timisoara in a meeting place of Serbian, Hungarian and German influences.

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