City Hotels Slatina, Oltenia Romania 2021
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Bulevard Prestige Hotel, Slatina

Bulevard Prestige Hotel

Slatina, Oltenia, Romania

    • No transport provided
    Hotel Zytto By Razvan Rat, Slatina

    Hotel Zytto By Razvan Rat

    Slatina, Oltenia, Romania

    • Hotel with parking  
    • No transport provided
    La Cristina, Slatina

    La Cristina

    Slatina, Oltenia, Romania

    • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
    • No transport provided
    Parc, Slatina

    Parc

    Slatina, Oltenia, Romania

    • Hotel with parking  
    • No transport provided
    Hotel Senator, Slatina

    Hotel Senator

    Slatina, Oltenia, Romania

      • No transport provided

      About SlatinaDetails and images of Slatina

      Slatina

      Slatina is the capital and largest city of Olt county, Romania. The town is located in southern Romania, on the left bank of the river Olt in the historical region Muntenia Oltenia contact with the contact zone between the Piedmont Plateau and the Romanian Plain. Slatina has a population of 79 171 thousand inhabitants, being an important industrial center. With a history of 650 years and a preserved historical center, the city has an important cultural role in the region.

      Recommendations for travel Slatina

      Confectionery "The Albanian Athlete" oldest private company in Romania
      Olt County Museum - with two sections: history and folk art - has among other things, valuable pieces from the Paleolithic era farthest discovered Dârjovului Valley, interesting costumes, sewing and fabric of the region.
      Triptych Church - the oldest building in the city, built in 1645 and renovated in 1729.
      Cathedral - built in 1782 by Ionaşcul Cupet, great local merchant and later painted by George Tattarescu.
      Forest Srehareţ - beautiful natural park with a lake. The forest is:
      Hermitage Strehareţ - built between 1664-1668, repaired in 1844, whose church is founded by Metropolitan Varlaam in 1672.
      Clocociov Monastery - founded by Michael the Brave in 1594, rebuilt in 1645 Diicu Buicescu, grandson of Matei Basarab.