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Baia Mare is the largest city in Maramures, a city of contrasts that combines very well the rural life with the urban life of the area. Baia Mare is a cultural center that offers visitors plenty to see and do, so discovers the possibilities of short-term accommodation and discover one of the most beautiful areas of Romania. Rent modern apartments with great views, spacious homes ideal for family trips or luxury villas for holidays with friends.

What to visit in Baia Mare

The town has retained much of the medieval past in the Liberty Square. The oldest building here dates from 1440, a reminder of the long gone castle built by Transylvanian prince Iancu de Hunedoara for his wife Elizabeth. The house is called Casa Elisabeta and is currently used for temporary art exhibitions. In the square can also be found Stephen's Tower, a 37 meters tall bell tower of a former church. Izvoarele Market hosts the largest outdoor market. Next to it is the only remaining part of the medieval fortifications of the XV century, the Butchers Bastion. If you want to visit museums, the most interesting are the Ethnographic Museum, teh Village Museum, the Museum of History and Archaeology Mures, the Mineralogical Museum and the Museum of Art.

The main attractions of the Baia Mare region are the wooden churches under UNESCO Patrimony, located 20 km away from the city. The churches that have stood the test of time are built in the Gothic style, and are not only historical, but also religious centers that attract believers. The most important are Barsana, Budesti, Desesti, Surdesti, Ieud, Plopis, Iza Meadows and Rogoz. The Merry Cemetery in Sapanta is also near the city, and is a unique collection of wooden crosses that immortalizes in verse things about the deceased.

What to do in Baia Mare

Nature lovers should take a walk in Tineretului Park, or visit the Rodnei Mountains National Park, a UNESCO protected reserve located near the city. You can visit Plestioara Hill, a beautiful recreational area with forests of beech and chestnut trees. In Liberty Square the restaurants and bars abound, and this is the place to be if you want to experience the nightlife of the city.

How to get to Baia Mare

The city is at a considerable distance from Bucharest, being the other side of the country, about 530 kilometers away. It can be reached by any means of transport, train, bus or car, but the trip can be quite long. The Baia Mare airport is located 10 kilometers west of the city.