Tourist attractions

Craiova (Dolj County)

The main attraction of the Art Museum is the art gallery dedicated to the Romanian Constantin Brâncuși, with 6 of the most recent sculptures on display (including the best known version):
The Kiss (1907), The Thigh (1909), Mrs. Pogany (1902).

Brâncusi's "studio" has been recreated in the museum. For those who are interested in enjoying a relaxing afternoon outside, the Nicolae Romanescu Park is a true oasis of greenery. The park is one of the most valuable architectural landscapes in Romania. If you visit the Oltenia Museum you can learn everything about the history of the region, starting with the prehistoric period.

Great care was taken in presenting, in complete detail, the traditional trades and occupations of the inhabitants of Oltenia, starting with hunting, fishing or gatherings
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Drobeta Turnu-Severin (Mehedinți County)

The city of Drobeta was named by the Romans. Next to the Severin Tower are remains of Trajan's famous bridge, the largest in the Empire. Considered an emblematic monument for the people of Severin, the Water Tower gives identity to the city, being built in one of the major roundabouts of the settlement.

The medieval fortress of Severin was built by the Hungarian Empire under the leadership of Ladislaus I (1077 - 1095) as a strategic point against the Second Bulgarian Empire.

The Iron Gates Natural Park is the largest natural park in Romania - 115,655-hectares (285,790-acres).

Another tourist point is represented by the rock sculpture of Deecebal, the last king of Dacia, who fought against the Roman emperors Domitian and Trajan to preserve the independence of his country, which corresponds to modern Romania.

The sculpture was made between 1994 and 2004.
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Târgul-Jiu (Gorj County)

Brâncusi Memorial House - The house where the sculptor Constantin Brâncusi was born in 1876, where he spent his childhood, is open to visitors and a small museum dedicated to artists. The house features the original architecture, furniture and household.

The infinity column is a monumental sculpture by Constantin Brâncuși, part of the Tîrgu Jiu Monumental Ensemble, composed of 17 rhomboid cast iron modules and is a 30-meter high column.

Dating back to 1375, Tismana Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Romania. Today the monks continue the Olten traditions of carpet weaving and glass painting.

Cheile Sohodolului - Nature enthusiasts will enjoy the area of the gorge, the caves, the springs and the spectacular column carved into the steep walls of the mountain.
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Râmnicu-Vâlcea (Vâlcea County)

The town of Horezu is famous for its folk tradition in Romania, also known for the Horezu Monastery founded by Constantin Brâncoveanu and the ceramics produced here.

Cozia Monastery, built near Călimănești by Mircea the Elder in 1388 and housing his tomb, is one of the most valuable monuments of medieval art and architecture in Romania.

Voineasa is an important tourist destination and 25 km upstream is Lacul Vidra, one of the largest dams and reserves in Romania. With its 4 spa resorts, Băile Olănești, Călimănești, Băile Govora and Ocnele Mari, Vâlcea County could claim its title as the capital of spa tourism since the 19th century
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Airport Technique

Craiova Airport has:

runway with dimensions of 2500 x 45 m, PCN 46 F/C/W/T taxiway with surface: 380m X 25m, PCN 46 F/C/W/T embarkation/disembarkation platform on the surface of 24,000 m², 8 seats of parking for type C aircraft, PCN 52 R/D/W/T
As means of air navigation, we mention:
Approach light system: on direction 27, cat. II-III -900 m, and on direction 09, inaccuracy - 420 m.
Airport Security
At Craiova Airport, the security system complies with ICAO rules, with 6 X-Ray devices available (RAPISCAN) with the possibility of processing a no. of 600 passengers/hour, having 2 separate flows of passengers and luggage for departures and arrivals.

Located at a distance of 7 km from the center of Craiova, along the Craiova - Bucharest route, the airport serves the entire area of Oltenia, being the closest air gateway for the 5 counties: Dolj, Gorj, Mehedinti, Olt and Valcea.

Thus, the entire developing region of South-West Romania has at its disposal the fastest and most comfortable means of transport to other destinations in Europe, being able to take over at the moment a flow of 600 passengers per hour and also being the only one that serves the 2.3 million inhabitants of Oltenia.