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Unfortunately we did not have time to stop but we saw lots of superb old buildings and there were many senior locals walking to the hot mineral springs in their bathing suits on the side of the road. There were also big hotel towers near...More
This town has a long history of human habitation since the Paleolithic era. There is a legend that Hercules stopped here to rest and bathe. The best period in the history of this town was from 1930 to 1990, after that this place has been...More
We enjoyed our walk to the historical center of Herculane but it is a pitty that the beautiful buildings are not all in the process of renovation, we discovered a lot of public medicinal baths that were used in Ceausescu's time but now they are...More
this is a place loaded with history.
Luckily you may still see the wonderful handcrafted iron and wood buildings, which are fighting the time and the elements.
Some refurbishing work started but it's still far concerning the place's true potential.
Some touristic oriented key investor...More
This place is fantastic from historical perspective. It is a historic center with a very long history and plenty of features related to different historic periods. Unfortunately, all these buildings are ready to go down. The place is fantastic, but the image today is very...More
The whole place presents itself as having a glorious and noble past. Emperors and kings visited this place. I mean, Empress Sissi stayed here for 6 weeks.
The casino (all in ruins) still keeps the leasure of an aristocratic past, as well as the pools...More
The neglected place is untreated and is not invested in tourism at all.
The building is an architectural gem and the historical basis for this entire city is neglected and untouched.
Unfortunately, there are no restaurants or businesses in the area. Too bad....More
Response from carmend924 | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest Afrodita. If you are not staying there, they accept guests from outside the hotel, but need to pay. There is also a rudimentary place on Vicol street, 5 RON per day, or 7 springs-7 izvoare, which is farther... More
I would suggest Afrodita. If you are not staying there, they accept guests from outside the hotel, but need to pay. There is also a rudimentary place on Vicol street, 5 RON per day, or 7 springs-7 izvoare, which is farther away from the center