Climate: Timisoara city has the oceanic climate, it features consist of various and irregular weather conditions. The average high temp is 21°C in the month of July and average low temp is -5°C in the month of January.
Places to visit:
Timisoara Orthodox Cathedral: It is an is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral in Timisoara. The Cathedral is the tallest building in the city,180 meters high. The cathedral was raised between 1936 and 1941, is Neo-Moldavian style. It is home to many historic and artistic religious objects, including many vintage Romanian icon paintings. The church's interior and exterior paintings were created by the painter Anastase Demian. . It has 11 towers, of which the central and the highest has a height of 90.5 meters. The Metropolitan Cathedral is listed in the National Register of Historic Monuments.
Victory Square: The square feature most interesting sites are its elegant baroque buildings, spread around town and particularly along the main square, Piata Victoriei, which stretches from Opera Square to Loga Boulevard.
Union Square: Union square features the picturesque Habsburg-era Piata Unirii, so-named for the imposing sight of the Romano-Catholic and Serbian Orthodox Cathedrals facing each other. During the 18th century, the square was the city's commercial centre and the venue for numerous military processions and religious ceremonies.
Freedom Square: It is an open space in the city is Piata Libertatii which offers a great display of Secessionist architecture. The square features a seven-star- shaped bastion and gate-towers were constructed and the marshes surrounding the town were drained by the new Habsburg governor, General Mercy.
Nicolas Lenau College: It is located in the north side of the union square, was built in 1761 and was home to the earliest theatre in Timisoara.
Other major attraction: Fructus Tower, Timisoara City Hal, The Village Museum, The Museum of the Revolution.