Castle Hill - home to the Fortress of Deva, attested medieval building from 1269 and a botanical preserve. Thus, the protected area of 30 hectares of landscape elements, flora and fauna. At the foot of Citadel Hill in the north at an altitude of 192 m
occurring mineral chlorine, bicarbonate atermale (17-18 degrees C) used in medical salt baths.
Deva Citadel - climbing by cable car - is picturesque hill situated at the foot of which lies the modern town, dressed in colorful clothes of the new building. Passing on these lands in the middle of last century, the English traveler Paget, excited by the
sight that takes place at the height of the city, testified that: "Few places have walked through many countries, presents a view more beautiful than that of the Mures Valley. "
Under Castle Hill is Magna Curia Palace (today the Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization), built in sec. XVI, slightly elongated rectangular plan, provided decros elbows with one aspect of the tower. Transformed by Gabriel Bethlen in 1621, the Magna Curia
prevalent acquired a Baroque appearance in sec. XVIII, when he added a monumental staircase and a balcony polilobat contempt park.
St. Nicholas Cathedral hosts Ordotoxa Heroes Monument, located at the intersection with Bd Decebal street Avram Iancu
Reformed Church located on Gh Baritiu, near the High School Teacher
Equestrian Statue of Decebal located in Victoria Square
Statue of Emperor Trajan located in Union Square (in front of City Hall Deva)
Bejan Forest - forest reserve, located in the southwest of the city.
Deer Forest - located in the northwest of the city.