On January 9, 2023, Timisoara officially became European Capital of Culture 2023 (together with Veszprem and Elefsina), by taking over from last year’s capitals in a ceremony held in Athens.
The first major events in Timisoara will take place during the weekend of 17-19 February 2023. Until then, if you intend to visit this year (how do Peter Sloterdijk, Olga Tokarczuk and Orhan Pamuk sound?) arm yourselves with our fun, #friendly and insightful #travel #guide TIMISOARA23, full of photographs, little-known facts, and travel tips. Because there is more to Timisoara than meets the (hurried) eye. As a matter of fact, the entire historical region of Banat, extending all the way to the Danube Boilers, has some pretty fabulous experiences to offer. So, travel back in time and explore them with us!
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And just in case you’re curious what exactly it is you are buying, here is a little teaser for you:
Should the video fail to work, you can view it on Facebook, here. Hope you enjoy it! This book has taken me two years to research, write, and edit, and I think it can make a great companion during your travels or a nice gift/souvenir for folks back home.