Kelsey HayneComment

Timisoara

Kelsey HayneComment
Timisoara

Timisoara. Such incredible beauty. It's been awhile since I've looked at the photos, nonetheless been there. I took a hiatus when I returned to the states, but with my upcoming trip to South East Asia only a week away, I needed to get the photos of the last few cities uploaded on here. 

Timisoara wasn't an original destination. I wanted to go to Romania, but needed to visit somewhere within my route northward that didn't require obscenely out-of-the-way travel. Since I needed to visit Serbia and get to Budapest, Hungary, it seemed perfect geographics, and let's be honest, I was shocked at how beautiful Timisoara was and needed to see it for myself. I wish I could have spent months exploring every corner of Romania. The architecture is amazing and the people are so kind. 

Timisoara is known as Little Vienna. At one point, the area was governed by Austria, and therefore the gorgeous buildings were built in likeness. It's not very big, and originally not on the map 

There are two squares. Victoria's Square (Piaţa Victoriei):

 

And the stunning gem of the city: Unirii Square (Piata Unirii) 

I stayed for a few nights, and made sure to go back to Unirii every day, I got multiple days worth of photographs, but the sunset ones are some of my favorite. It was such a magical place. 

Along the side streets had different personalities of architecture, and some of my favorite alley ways on my trip. 

The final small square Piața Libertății, was charming, serviced a tram line, and had a cute statue of a boy.

 We had a chat.

 We had a chat.